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This Morning

Season 18 2005

  • 2005-01-21T05:30:00-05:00 on ITV1
  • 120 mins
  • 5 days, 0 mins
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • Family, Home And Garden, Special Interest, Talk Show

Since 1988 This Morning has brought smiles to millions of housewives and husbands, with its mix of current affairs, celebrity gossip, food, wine, clothes, TV and anything else going on in the world. The show is currently in its 30th series and was completely relaunched ahead of its start, as for the first time in some years it took 6 weeks off. From the weekend of Saturday 20th March 2010, the show began airing 7 days week, with additional episodes airing on the weekends This Morning: Saturday and This Morning: Sunday, featuring highlights of the weeks shows and new content, hosted by regular hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. Between Series 1 and Series 13 (1988 - 2001), husband and wife team Richard Madeley & Judy Finigan hosted, however from 1998 Fridays were hosted between Caron Keating & Ross Kelly (Series 10) and John Leslie & Fern Britton (Series 11). When Richard & Judy departed, originally Coleen Nolan and Twiggy hosted Mondays to Thursdays and John & Fern took over on Fridays. When the viewing figures dropped considerably, Coleen & Twiggy were replaced permanently by John & Fern. In 2002 when certain allegations were made in the press about John, he was dismissed and replaced by Phillip Schofield. In 2003 (Series 15) Lorraine Kelly joined the team replacing Fern on Mondays and Fridays, allowing her more time with her family. In 2006 (Series 18) Lorraine left the show to concentrate on her show on GMTV, meaning Phil & Fern presented Monday to Thursday and Eamonn Holmes & Ruth Langsford presented on a Friday. Ruth & Eamonn also have presented on school holidays since joining the show. At the end of series 21, a pay dispute led to Fern Britton leaving the show and when it returned for its new look in September 2009, Holly Willoughby took over Mondays to Thursdays.

60 episodes

18x01 21st Jan

  • Season Premiere

    2005-01-21T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

18x02 17th Feb

  • 2005-02-17T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

18x03 Monday 28th February

  • 2005-02-28T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Lorraine Kelly and Phillip Schofield find out how to boost the body's immune system.

18x04 Tuesday 1st March

  • 2005-03-01T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Liam Neeson talks to Fern and Phil about his newest film 'Kinsey'.

18x05 Wednesday 2nd March

  • 2005-03-02T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Including tips on how to improve childs manners.

18x06 Thursday 3rd March

  • 2005-03-03T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Howard Brown, famous for his appearances on a well-known bank's TV adverts, talks about his first charity single.

18x07 Friday 4th March

  • 2005-03-04T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Lorraine and Phil present as Psycologist Linda Papadopoulos helps a woman overcome her fear of post-natal depression.

18x08 Monday 7th March

  • 2005-03-07T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

The first in a special week of shows live from the Ideal Home Show. Design expert Kevin McCloud examines the future of household appliances and theirs a chance to win a dream kitchen. Aliens We meet Hilary Porter who says that not only do Aliens exist, they have a habit of kidnapping and experimenting on people. She says it's happened to her. Mediterranean Interiors Designer Andrea Maflin heads to the Med for some continental inspired interiors... A Taste of Europe In keeping with the theme of this year's show - Mediterranean Living - Phil Vickery heads to Bruges to discover the secret behind Belgian chocolate. Concepts - Viewer's Vote Over the course of the week, we'll be showing you new concepts from the Ideal Home Show.

18x09 Tuesday 8th March

  • 2005-03-08T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

GET GARDENING! UKTV's 'Weed It & Reap' presenter, Svem Wombwell shows you how easy it is to start gardening, and make some big money savings at the same time!! He'll also be taking us on a tour of the best gardens at the Ideal Home Show, to give you some inspirational ideas! GADGET MANIA Paul Ross joins us at the Ideal Home Show to talk us through his favourite gadgets making a splash at the exhibition, including a humane and handy spider-catcher. WHAT TO WATCH Paul dons his tv-critic hat, just in time to present his guide to essential viewing on the small and big screens this week Paul's Reccommendations: Acorn Antiques: The Musical. Saturday, ITV1 9:15 Driving Mum and Dad Mad. Tomorrow, ITV1 10pm Celebrities Exposed: Big Spenders and Skinflints. Tomorrow, ITV2 9pm Prince Andrew: The Fergie Years. Sunday, C4 9pm The Paul O'Grady Show New series starts on Monday, ITV1 5pm Hostage. (15) Out Nationwide on Friday. De-Lovely. (PG) Available to buy from yest

18x10 Wednesday 9th March

  • 2005-03-09T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

BLOOD PRESSURE MARATHON It affects 16 million people in the UK, and is a major cause of heart attacks and strokes. Unfortunately though, it has no warning signs. Dr Chris Steele will be testing the public at the Ideal Home Show for the silent killer, high blood pressure, and gives the results at the end of the show.... ONE STOP FOOD SHOP Gino D'Acampo talks us through the best buys and cooks Herb Crusted Haddock with Spicy Mange Tout, while Lesley Waters answers your questions and shows us how to make one of her favourites - Hot Plum Pudding. LONG LIFE We meet a viewer who bought their fridge 50 years ago from the Ideal Home, and it still works!! And Jill, our PA, had a spin dryer that was working for 30 years. CONCEPTS-VOTE LINE Each day we're showing you some brand new inventions for the home. What we want you to do is vote on which you think is the best. CAMILLA LOOK-ALIKE We're joined by another Elizabeth Cheney, a viewer with a remarkable resemblance to Camill

18x11 Thursday 10th March

  • 2005-03-10T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

X-FACTOR'S G4 G4 join perform a track from their number one album, G4, and get into the spirt of the Ideal Home Show, when they hunt around for their favourite gadgets... THE MOST HATED SWEET! Bagofsweets.com interviewed over 7000 adults to discover that Parma Violets were the country's most hated sweet, so here we decided to put their results to the test by sending Denise Robertson out into the 'Ideal Home Show' with a trolley-full for the public to taste... MAKEOVER MARATHON Stylists John Scott, Charles Worthington and Ariane Poole are put to the ultimate test when we find out just how many people they can transform in two hours in out Makeover Marathon!! A TASTE OF EUROPE Phil Vickery heads off to Budapest to find out about Paprika is made, and you could win a trip to this beautiful city by entering our competition! CONCEPTS - VIEWER'S VOTE All week we've been showing you concept products and asking you to vote for the one you'd most like to see in the shops.

18x12 Friday 11th March

  • 2005-03-11T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

PAUL ROSS Paul's in the studio discussing Celebrity Fit Club. MANS PERFECT ROOM Their's a look at a mans perfect room. FRENCH CHATEAU We moved lock, stock and barrel to the French Chateau - situated in the Mediterranean Village at the show - to give you unprecedented visual access to the exhibition and it's specially built display areas. Singways kindly provided the three seater sofa, and armchair for our set. Included at this years show will be places like 'The Indulgence Zone', a self-indulgent oasis of calm and 'The Gadget Zone,' a new and exciting area totally dedicated to the latest gadgets and gizmos on the market. A TASTE OF EUROPE Phil Vickery heads off to Portugal to find out how Port is made, and you could win a trip to Oporto for a family of four courtesy of Magic of Portugal, by entering our competition! CONCEPTS - VIEWER'S VOTE All week we've been showing you concept products and asking you to vote for the one you'd most like to see in the shops. In

18x13 Mon 14th

  • 2005-03-14T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

EMMERDALE SPECIAL A look behind-the-scenes for the up and coming 4,000th episode. ROYAL ROUND-UP James Whitaker joins us to serve another steamy dish of Royal news and gossip, with a round-up of the latest stories and headlines from last week's papers. LEARN TO HONE YOUR PSYCHIC ABILITIES Britain's most renowned clairvoyant, Mia Dolan, chats about her latest book, Mia's World, which tells the story of her attempt to teach a sceptical hard-nosed hack, Rosalyn Chissick, how to be psychic. Both Rosalyn, and Mia join us to discuss whether the training was successful, and Mia shows you at home, how to improve your psychic ability with practical exercises! ROBSON GREENE Dubbed as the man with 'come to bed eyes', Robson joins us on the sofa to chat his two very different roles in drama series, 'Wire In The Blood', and one-off drama 'Beaten', both of which can be seen tonight on ITV1. FASTEST TALKING WOMAN Fran Capo doesn't mind if you call her motor-mouth, in fact, she's

18x14 Tues 15th

  • 2005-03-15T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

THE END OF CLEAVAGE Stylist Wendy Elsmore has the latest bra design to hit the high street and it looks like comfort is winning over cleavage. Plus, we find out about the history of the bra, and how shapes and fashion have changed over the years... GRIME-BUSTING Consumer Association, 'Which?', tested a whole host of cleaning products against old fashioned solutions like vinegar, soda water and lemon juice, to see which was most effective, and today we're joined by Queen of Clean, June Jackson, to talk us through the dirty business of the best way to bust grime... PATCHWORK CRAZY We've got a treat for craft fans as Andrea Maflin goes patchwork crazy with professional 'quilter', Kate Cox, who explains why patchwork and quilting is the latest trend both on the catwalk and in our homes. LOOK-ALIKES We asked if you knew anyone who looked like Princes William and Harry or Charles and Camilla and today we reveal our 'Royal Gallery'. SURVIVAL AGAINST THE ODDS We meet Sally

18x15 Wed 16th

  • 2005-03-16T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Cinematographer Jack Cardiff shows off portraits of Hollywood's stars.

18x16 Thurs 17th

  • 2005-03-17T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

TODAYS GUESTS Ex Rolling Stone Bill Wyman and Funnyman Ronnie Corbett are in the studio. DAVID BLUNKETT ON BEING ENGLISH David Blunkett says it's all very well us celebrating St Patrick's Day, but we should be celebrating our Englishness, too. Joining us on today's show, Mr Blunkett will be taking your calls and debating the issue of whether St George's Day should be a Bank Holiday? Should St George's Day, like St Patrick's, be an occassion for carnivals and street parties, or is it all just a big fuss about nothing? ONE STOP FASHION SHOP John Scott suggests styles for women during pregnancy, and just after the birth... Plus, we take a look at this week's fashion must-haves and best buys, chosen by our resident fashion guru, from shops on the highstreet! WIN £3000 TO SPEND AT DOROTHY PERKINS And if fashion is your thing, then we've got the ideal competition for you as we're giving away £3000 to spend at any Dorothy Perkins store!! PET PRIORY Dr Scott Miller is on

18x17 Fri 18th

  • 2005-03-18T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Including Tips for a happier life.

18x18 Mon 21st

  • 2005-03-21T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

DRUNK DRIVERS Do you think we should reduce the drink/drive limit to Zero? We want to know your opinion! NAIL EXTENSIONS You might have thought that nail extensions were only for the likes of footie wives and glamour models but more and more people are wearing them in much less obvious ways. Beauty expert, Nadine Baggott is here with details. NUTRITION NEWS Jane Clarke will be showing us just what exactly goes into convenience food such as Chicken Nuggets and Kievs. Nadine also suggests ways to get fussy children to eat their greens by disguising them... IS YOUR HOME KILLING YOU? A number of recent studies suggest that there could be a range of insidious gases wafting around your home poisoning you and your family. Find out what you can do to protect yourselves from Radon, Lead, Carbon Monoxide and the fumes from your vinyl and laminate flooring. John Miles, from the National Radiology Protection Board and Paula Baille Hamilton, the author of ""Stop the Twenty Firs

18x19 Tues 22nd

  • 2005-03-22T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Including an interview with Sandra Bullock about her new film Miss Congenility 2:Armed and Fabulous.

18x20 Wed 23rd

  • 2005-03-23T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Amy Nuttall discusses leaving Emmerdale tonight and Alvin Stardust talks about the Musical version of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in what he stars in.

18x21 Thurs 24th

  • 2005-03-24T05:30:00-05:00 — 120 mins

Including a visit to the set of Fat Friends what concludes tonight.

18x22 Tues 29th

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18x23 Wed 30th

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18x24 Thurs 31st

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18x25 Fri 1st

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18x26 Mon 4th

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18x27 Tues 5th

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18x28 Wed 6th

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18x29 Thurs 7th

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18x30 Fri 8th

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18x31 Mon 11th

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18x32 Tues 12th

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18x33 Wed 13th

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18x34 Thurs 14th

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18x35 Fri 15th

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18x36 Mon 18th

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18x37 Tues 19th

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18x38 Wed 20th

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18x39 Thurs 21st

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18x40 Fri 22nd

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18x41 Mon 25th

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18x42 Tues 26th

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18x43 Wed 27th

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18x44 Thurs 28th

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18x45 Fri 29th

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18x46 Mon 2nd

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18x47 Tues 3rd

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18x48 Wed 4th

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18x49 Thurs 5th

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18x51 Mon 9th

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18x52 Tues 10th

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18x53 Wed 11th

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18x54 Thurs 12th

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18x55 Fri 13th

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18x56 Mon 16th

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18x57 Tues 17th

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18x58 Wed 18th

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18x59 Thurs 19th

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18x60 Fri 20th

  • 2005-05-20T05:30:00-04:00 — 120 mins