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GB News POLL: Will you switch from BBC Breakfast and GMB to watch new morning show?

Readers can vote in our poll on whether they plan to ditch BBC Breakfast and ITV’s GMB to watch the new network’s morning programme called The Great British Breakfast. And let us know more about what you think in the comments section below.

Our poll comes as the new channel, chaired by veteran political interviewer Andrew Neil, launches with a special programme in just one week.

The new network will kick off with a show called Welcome To GB News at 8pm on June 13.

Their morning show will feature a selection of hosts including former Sky Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher and ex-Euronews breakfast anchor Rosie Wright.

Other presenters on The Great British Breakfast are Nana Akua, Rebecca Hutson, Inaya Folarin Iman and Darren McCaffrey.

The new morning show will be competition for BBC Breakfast, whose presenters include Dan Walker, Naga Munchetty, Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt.

It will also be fresh competition for GMB after Piers Morgan sensationally quit the ITV programme known for its fiery debates earlier this year.

Meanwhile, Kay Burley returns to her breakfast slot at Sky News on Monday following a six-month suspension for breaking Covid rules to celebrate her 60th birthday last December.

Mr Neil, widely regarded as TV’s toughest political interrogator, will lead GB News’s evening line-up with a prime-time news and interview programme.

READ MORE: GB News to take on BBC Breakfast with the Great British Breakfast

And broadcaster Nana Akua will host Tonight Live With Nana Akua.

Broadcaster and author Neil Oliver, known for programmes including Coast and A History Of Ancient Britain, will host Neil Oliver Live.

Comedian Andrew Doyle will host Free Speech Nation, described by the network as “a fearless filleting of the country’s thorniest debates”.

Former ITV presenter Alastair Stewart will anchor Alastair Stewart And Friends, featuring conversation and analysis of current affairs.

Mr Brazier and social commentator Mercy Muroki will host a joint show, as will former Labour MP Gloria De Piero and economist Liam Halligan.

Mr McCoy and Alex Phillips will also co-host an afternoon programme.

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: UK Feed

Inside chef James Martin's stunning home on James Martin's Saturday Morning

The chef showed off his spacious country abode with an indoor and outdoor kitchen, perfect for a chef. James often shares images on Instagram.

His fridge is covered in signatures and messages from guests.

The chef has a huge clock attached to his wall, so there is no excuse for over or under-cooking his food.

James’s outdoor kitchen, on the other hand, is a testimony to a more relaxed style of cooking.

He has a pizza oven, an essential for fans of the classic Italian dish.

He also has an outdoor grill and two ovens.

The area boasts a workbench, blue pendant lights, and lots of worktop space.

Sharing a picture of his garden, fans were treated to a glimpse of his rolling views.

He recently made a salsa and salad dressing perfect for BBQs.

James Martin’s summer salad dressing recipe is both a salad dressing and a salsa, he claimed. 

James advised making it using a pestle and mortar or a simple blender.

It was made with green tomatoes, garlic, gentlemen’s relish and lemon.

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Life and Style Feed
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Adil Ray makes Piers Morgan jibe ahead of his Good Morning Britain return

In another update, the 47-year-old revealed that he received his second dose of the Covid vaccination yesterday.

“Double dosed!,” he wrote online before thanking the doctors involved.

“Thank you Dr. Farooq and Laura. Feels great to be part of a human collective that has one intention to save lives of friends, families and complete strangers.

“Thank you to all the clever people who made this happen. #takethevaccine,” he continued, adding a picture of himself receiving the jab.

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Celebrity News Feed

Holly Willoughby shares excitement on Midsomer Murders set in role away from This Morning

Holly frowned, looking unconvinced, and replied: “Come on!”

DCI John Barnaby actor Neil then mischievously joked in reference to the cast’s acting pedigree: “That’s never held us back in Midsomer!”

Joining in on the joke, Nick quipped: “Neil’s been doing it for 10 years, come on in!”

“You’ll be fine,” Neil agreed, while Holly and Phillip burst into giggles over his remark.

Holly then added that she can only see herself having a small part in the series, saying: “I’ll just walk through the back of shots slightly.”

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Celebrity News Feed

Stroke: One 'simple' way to lower your risk first thing in the morning

Symptoms of AF include palpitations, chest pain, tiredness, shortness of breath, and dizziness. The fluttering feeling of the condition can last for a few moments to a few hours. Why does this occur? The British Heart Foundation (BHF) stated that “damage to the heart is the most common cause”. This can be the result of high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, diabetes or a handful of other conditions, such as:

  • Heart valve disease
  • Congenital heart disease
  • Pericarditis
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Heart surgery
  • Sick sinus syndrome
It can also be brought on by “physical and mental stress”, and is associated with:

  • Asthma
  • Lung cancer
  • Pulmonary embolism

The American Heart Associated said that you may avoid AF and, consequently the risk of a stroke, by “foregoing your morning cup of coffee”.

AF increases the risk of a blood clot forming inside of the heart muscle, which can be life-threatening.

For example, if the blood clot travels to the brain it can lead to a stroke.

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There can be triggers for AF, which may be unique to the person with the condition.

For instance, some people might experience heart fluttering if they drink coffee.

Thus, if drinking coffee triggers a bout of heart fluttering for you, it’s best to avoid the beverage completely.

Other common triggers can include stress, alcohol, certain exercises, and some foods.

A stroke can cause significant damage to the brain, and recovery can take years.

If the person is lucky enough to survive, they might have a heightened risk of vascular dementia.

Furthermore, there can be lasting debilitating after effects of the brain attack.

For instance, it can affect a person’s speech, mobility and grip, and it may cause bladder issues.

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Health Feed
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Child killed in multi-vehicle crash early Sunday morning in Manor

MANOR, Texas (KXAN) — Austin police say a child was killed in a crash early Sunday morning in Manor.

It happened on State Highway 130 near U.S. 290. Police received multiple calls just after midnight, saying up to six vehicles were involved in a collision.

At least five people were taken to the hospital.

SH 130 was shut down for several hours.

Author: Russell Falcon
This post originally appeared on KXAN Austin

Man calls This Morning for advice about wife in Labour

This Morning viewers had just one thing to say to a new dad who called in to the show this morning (Friday).

This Morning, presented by Dermot O’Leary and Alison Hammond on Friday, were doing their regular Dear Deirdre feature, where callers can give the team a ring for a bit of advice.

Today was an open house, so they were taking calls on a wide range of topics, when ‘Krishnan’ (not his real name) called in.

Dermot said “Let’s go to Krishnan first, my wife is in labour… let’s call it what it is Krishnan, how can YOU stay calm”

Krishnan told viewers and the presenters: “It’s such an exciting time but I’m bouncing off the walls”

Adding his congratulations to the news, Dermot invited Deirdre to to offer her advice, and she said: “I think, a really important thing to remember, Krishnan, is it’s all about her and the baby, not you.

“If you do some very steady breathing, try to breathe out a bit longer than you breathe in – breathe in to a count of four, out to a count of six.

“As Dermot said earlier, stay up the head end.

“Be supportive. It is about her, don’t try and give her advice, don’t try and tell her how to handle this. Just say I’m there for you, I love you, you’re doing brilliantly.”

Alison added: “I’ve got a tip, just be there. You don’t need to even say anything, just having you there is lovely.”

Dermot added: “Drink it all in my friend, it’s the most wonderful, wonderful moment. For both of you, enjoy it.”

Krishnan added: “She said ‘don’t annoy her'”

Alison, Dermot and Deirdre on This Morning
Alison, Dermot and Deirdre on This Morning

Adding a bit more, he said: “We’re at home, my wife has gone onto the ball, kind of doing some stretchy things. I’m on the phone for now, we’ve got snacks ready.

“It’s slowly intensifying, a very excting time.”

Alison added: “You sound like you’re doing such a great job.”

But Dermot added: “Good luck, I’m glad you called, but get off the phone.”

But viewers watching at home were all tweeting the same thing at Krishnan – the upshot was that they all agreed with Dermot.

One said: “Yeah great help texting into the tv when you should be concentrating on your wife”

Rob posted: “My missus is in labour. I know, I’ll call #thismorning”

Leanne tweeted: “My wife is in Labour, how can we stay calm?” Erm We?! It’s his wife who is doing the pushing #ThisMorning”

@MissLionHeart said “You rang #ThisMorning just to tell the whole nation that your wife is in labour?”

And @Mysteron_Voice added: “My wife is in labour… who can I call… I know, Deidre on #ThisMorning …”

And finally, Diana shared: “Trust me get off the bloody phone and be with her not talkinh (sic) too deidre”

This Morning returns weekdays from 10am on ITV, and you can catch up on ITV Hub

Author: [email protected] (Andrew Stuart)
This post originally appeared on Hull Live – Celebs & TV

Search to resume this morning for boy who drowned after being caught in rip current in Galveston

GALVESTON, Texas (KTRK) — The search will resume Wednesday morning for a 7-year-old who drowned after being caught up in a rip current in Galveston.Authorities said they were notified around 8:09 p.m. Tuesday that the child had gone missing just off the beach near 37th St. and Seawall Boulevard. He had been at the beach with his family.

The boy was last seen wearing black shorts.SEE ALSO: Rip currents: Safety tips and what to know

Beach patrol, along with a helicopter from the U.S. Coast Guard, searched for the boy Tuesday night, but did not recover his body.

The search will continue at 9:30 a.m. His name has not been released.

With summer fast approaching, more people may be hitting the water.

If you plan to go to the beach, you should be aware of rip currents and what to do if you get caught in one.

Rip currents are a narrow channel of water that flows away from the beach and can quickly carry you out to sea. They’re often underestimated and potentially deadly since they are subtle, but powerful.Instead of trying to swim back against the current, you need to first escape it.

Swim parallel to the beach to break the rip current, then swim back in to shore.

The National Weather Service advises that you check its forecast for local beach conditions before you leave for the beach. When you get there, ask lifeguards about rip currents and other hazards.

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Author: Charly Edsitty

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Holly Willoughby swiftly deletes bath pic as This Morning fans spot her reflection in taps

This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby, 40, has now removed a photo of her bubble bath after some of her 7.1 million Instagram followers claimed they could see her reflection in the sparkling clean taps. The star was alerted to the situation in the comments section of her snap by fans after she shared an insight into her day off.
Holly’s dedicated followers pointed out the potential error after noticing her partial reflection as she leaned forwards in the tub to take the photo at the home she shares with her husband Dan Baldwin and their three children, Belle, 10, Chester, six, and Harry, 11.

The ITV favourite had shared the image after she spotted the foam from her bubble bath had created a pretty heart shape in the water.

However, most fans were distracted by their concerns about Holly’s reflection.

One fan commented: “Already comments people saying they are zooming in on the reflection!”

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“Now, I’m finally at a point in my life where I can see a little more clearly and I want to share my truths in the hope that maybe they’ll help you too.

“This book is my celebration of how inner and outer beauty can work together in perfect harmony.

“I hope this book will start conversations, whether they’re about how to find your signature lipstick, reclaim your sexuality, or treat yourself more kindly – and, ultimately, what it means to feel beautiful, confident, complete.” 

Holly then told fans how they will be able to get their hands on a signed copy.

She continued: “You can pre-order signed copies if you like, the link is in my bio. I can’t wait to share it with you all and yet can’t help but feel nervous at the same time…

“I think the more important something is… the scarier it feels… deep breath… I hope you enjoy it…. #reflections.”(sic)

The book is due to be released in October and is available to pre-order on Amazon for £20.

The television personality also teased the novel’s artwork, as she appeared on its temporary front cover smiling in a pink jumper alongside the words “cover to be revealed”.


This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Celebrity News Feed

James Martin health: Saturday Morning chef’s ‘nightmare’ condition – the symptoms

James Martin, 48, has opened up about having dyslexia on a number of occasions. Dyslexia is described as a common learning difficulty by the NHS that can cause problems with reading, writing and spelling. Looking back at how the condition affected him growing up, James revealed it led to him failing cookery at school.
“But I can’t read autocue. If I read it I make a mistake.”

James opened up again about his dyslexia earlier this year.

Speaking to guest Mollie King on ITV’s Saturday Morning, he began asking the Saturdays star about her dyslexia.

“I know a big passion of yours is this dyslexia foundation which I wanted to pick up on because it’s something that’s close to my heart, because I’m dyslexic as well – severely dyslexic,” he said.


“I know that you are as well and you found that out when you were a young kid.”

Mollie told James she knew she had the condition at the age of 10, to which James replied: “I didn’t know about mine until I was 30 years old, when I started in television to read the autocue.

“For me it’s an absolute nightmare, to read that.”

He continued: “I’ve got to walk and talk and it wasn’t until a wonderful lady, I’ll always remember her and I’d like to thank her as well.

“She works for the BBC and she turned around and said, ‘You’ve got to walk and talk at the same time,’ and sent me away for a little lesson on how to do it.

“You need somebody like that to give you the confidence, don’t you really?”

How do you know if you’re dyslexic?

The signs of dyslexia usually become apparent when a child starts school and begins to focus more on learning how to read and write, says the NHS.

The health body says a person with dyslexia may:

  • read and write very slowly
  • confuse the order of letters in words
  • put letters the wrong way round (such as writing “b” instead of “d”)
  • have poor or inconsistent spelling
  • understand information when told verbally, but have difficulty with information that’s written down
  • find it hard to carry out a sequence of directions
  • struggle with planning and organisation

But people with dyslexia often have good skills in other areas, such as creative thinking and problem solving.

If you think your child may have dyslexia, the first step is to speak to their teacher or their school’s special educational needs co-ordinator about your concerns.

Additional support may be offered to help your child if necessary.

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Health Feed
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