Although club football takes a back seat this week due to the international break, Derby County are still in action on Saturday when they travel to Peterborough United in League One. The Rams' form has tailed off in the lead up to this game. They have lost four of their past nine matches, which is as many defeats as they had in the previous 22.
Although automatic promotion now seems out of reach, Derby County is still in control of their own destiny when it comes to the top six. Peterborough is also chasing a place in the play-offs and sit just four points off fifth-placed Derby, who won the most recent encounter between the sides 2-1.
This weekend's game kicks off at 3 pm, which means it will not be televised due to the traditional Saturday blackout. However, the game will be live-streamed on RamsTV and match passes are available for £10. Supporters can catch highlights of the game from 9 pm on Saturday on ITV 4. There will be a repeat of the broadcast on ITV at 11:45 pm the same night.
Fans can follow proceedings as they unfold right here at DerbyshireLive. Our Rams correspondent, Leigh Curtis, will be providing match updates, player ratings, reaction, and analysis from ABAX Stadium. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates.
Martin Lewis will begin a regular co-host role on ITV's Good Morning Britain this month with long-term presenter Susanna Reid, starting with a 'tax year-end special' on ITV1 and ITVX.
Lewis, 50, a consumer champion and financial journalist, will co-host his first show on March 29, launching his duties on the popular breakfast show. He founded the successful financial advice website MoneySavingExpert.com and hosted The Martin Lewis Money Show Live on ITV.
The programme sees Lewis share financial tips with the public, including topics on the cost of living crisis and household bills. He has previously appeared on Good Morning Britain to share his money tips and to host Martin's Money Mondays, with the financial expert using the slot each Monday in September 2022 to advise the public on the cost of living.
Speaking about his appointment, Lewis said: "To have the ability to hold politicians to account over the cost of living is a privilege and a responsibility. It's a slight gear change from my usual work, but after years of answering complex questions, it's nice for once to be asking them. So I was delighted when ITV offered me the role of regular presenter.
"The difficulty came with working it around my day job as money saving expert, which is always my priority. So, I'm hopeful the solution we've come up with, to lock in a dozen special shows a year, sitting alongside Susanna Reid's brilliant journalism, is one the show's viewers will welcome."
He scooped the 'expert award' at the National Television Awards last October. Susanna Reid said Lewis is 'undoubtedly the voice of the nation' when discussing the cost of living crisis.
Reid said: "Together, we will continue to challenge politicians and hold them to account. I can't wait to have him sitting next to me again at the GMB desk from next week."
Emma Gormley, the managing director of ITV daytime, said as Good Morning Britain continues to 'answer the questions the nation wants and needs answering' each weekday morning, ITV is 'thrilled' to welcome Martin Lewis as a regular co-host.
You can watch Martin Lewis on Good Morning Britain from March 29 at 6am on ITV1 and ITVX.
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Lewis Capaldi Tells Fans to Buy Ed Sheeran's New Album Instead of His Own
During a hilarious interview on Friday morning, Lewis Capaldi told fans to buy Ed Sheeran's new album instead of his own. Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary laughed as they interviewed the West Lothian singer about his upcoming album. Lewis was there to promote his new album, Broken by Desire to be Heavenly Sent, which will come out in May.
Lewis, who attended the premiere of his Netflix documentary How I'm Feeling Now the day before, discussed his new album with the hosts. He joked that he had "got worse" since his first album.
Alison asked Lewis how he would promote his new album to the show's viewers. Lewis replied with self-deprecating humor, "Is there a camera I can look into? Don't waste your time. It's a complete and utter joke that I've been allowed to make a second one. If anything, and I didn't think this was possible - I've gotten worse! So don't bother yourself with it. Go buy Ed Sheeran's latest offering instead."
Dermot asked if Lewis enjoys songwriting and performing, to which he joked that he 'hates it'. Lewis added that it's tough but pays well. Dermot said that he has seen Lewis perform and at least appears to enjoy it. Lewis replied that he loves it and would rather do that than work a 'real job.'
Alison commented that we are all "blessed." To this, Lewis responded, "We are blessed, and stressed, and underdressed in my case. But no, I love it. I love doing it. I'm not very good at anything else, except lovemaking."
Alison was left laughing hysterically following Lewis' crude confession, while Dermot added, "But that is ten out of ten!" Lewis joked, "Yeah that is the good stuff, but until I can make a career out of that, which hopefully I can. It's just a short side step into that."
In a closing statement, Lewis left fans with a cheeky comment and urged them to sign up for daily celebrity gossip and telly news by saying, "Get the latest celebrity gossip and telly news sent straight to your inbox. Sign up to our daily Showbiz newsletter here."
Martin Lewis has been named as a regular co-host on ITV’s Good Morning Britain. The Money Saving Expert will join ITV’s breakfast show on Wednesdays, sitting alongside long-term presenter Susanna Reid.
The consumer champion described his new job as a “privilege”. Mr Lewis said: “To have the ability to hold politicians to account over the cost of living is a privilege and a responsibility. It’s a slight gear change from my usual work, but after years of answering complex questions, it’s nice for once to be asking them. So I was delighted when ITV offered me the role of regular presenter.
“The difficulty came with working it around my day job, as money saving expert, which is always my priority. So, I’m hopeful the solution we’ve come up with, to lock in a dozen special shows a year, sitting alongside Susanna Reid’s brilliant journalism, is one the show’s viewers will welcome.”
Lewis will co-host his first show on March 29, kicking off his regular presenting duties with a tax year end special on ITV1 and ITVX. Lewis is the founder of financial advice website MoneySavingExpert.com and also hosts the The Martin Lewis Money Show Live on ITV, which sees him offer advice to members of the public on topics such as the cost-of living-crisis and rising household bills.
Managing director of ITV daytime Emma Gormley said: “As Good Morning Britain continues to answer the questions the nation wants and needs answering each weekday morning, we’re thrilled to welcome Martin Lewis as a regular co-host.”
Prior to becoming a regular GMB host, Lewis has appeared on the show to offer advice and previously appeared for Martin’s Money Mondays, which saw him feature every Monday in September last year to offer viewers the most up-to-date information on the cost-of-living crisis.
Susanna Reid said: “Martin Lewis is undoubtedly the voice of the nation when it comes to the cost-of-living crisis. Together we will continue to challenge politicians and hold them to account. I can’t wait to have him sitting next to me again at the GMB desk from next week.”
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Martin Lewis, the founder of financial advice website MoneySavingExpert.com and consumer champion, has been revealed as a regular co-host on ITV’s weekday breakfast show, Good Morning Britain. The journalist, aged 50, will present the programme on various Wednesdays throughout the year alongside current presenter Susanna Reid.
Speaking about his appointment, Lewis commented on the privilege and responsibility of holding politicians accountable for the cost of living. While “working around his day job” as a money-saving expert posed a challenge, he said he was delighted to take on the role of regular presenter. His first show, a tax year end special, will air on 29 March.
Lewis’ role on Good Morning Britain represents a continuation of his media work, which includes hosting The Martin Lewis Money Show Live on ITV since 2012. The show involves offering up-to-date advice to members of the public about rising household bills and the cost-of-living crisis. In October 2022, he took home the expert award at the National Television Awards for his broadcasting work.
Lewis has previously appeared on Good Morning Britain to offer advice, and for Martin’s Money Mondays he presented a weekly segment highlighting the latest information about the cost-of-living crisis.
Reid praised Lewis for being “the voice of the nation” on the cost-of-living crisis and highlighted their joint commitment to holding politicians accountable. Emma Gormley, the Managing Director of ITV daytime, talked about the show’s desire to answer the questions viewers want and need.
The addition of Martin Lewis to the Good Morning Britain presenting team represents the show’s ongoing focus on current affairs and cost-of-living issues affecting the UK public. Lewis’ expertise and profile are seen as adding value to the programme, a belief shared by the show’s viewers and the larger ITV network.
Lewis Capaldi appeared on ITV's This Morning to talk about his new Netflix documentary, "How I'm Feeling Now". Presenters Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary were delighted to sit down with the singer, and the interview ended on a hilarious note.
Fans took to Twitter to express their love for the interview, with many saying it was the best of the year. They praised the presenters for their great chemistry with Lewis, and highlighted the moment when Alison hugged him so tightly that they fell back in fits of laughter together.
While the interview had its funny moments, Lewis also discussed some serious issues, including his recent vertigo diagnosis which he attributed to bronchitis. He also promoted his upcoming album, witily suggesting that fans buy Ed Sheeran's instead.
Lewis also discussed his upcoming Netflix documentary, which he described as "depressing". However, he praised it for helping him realise the importance of addressing his mental health, and how therapy has been crucial in his journey towards that. He admits that the final product is quite different from what he originally expected it to be when the idea was first pitched to him in 2019.
Lewis also opened up about how he has been handling fame, saying it can be "embarrassing". He referred to the filming experience as "f******* awful", as he had to deal with camera crews following him everywhere. However, he appreciates the support of his fans and is ever-grateful for the opportunities he has been blessed with.
Katie Melua has floored ITV This Morning viewers with her ageless appearance on Friday's show. Katie played out the ITV show on Friday after being introduced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary.
The singer was in the studio on March 24 as she performed a track two decades on from finding fame. The 38-year-old had fans in a frenzy on Twitter on Friday. One said: “Just beautiful. How lovely are Katie Melua and her classic song”. A fellow This Morning viewer wrote: “Katie Melua looks absolutely stunning on this morning #thismorning ... And loving the song too."
“I’ve always thought Katie Melua is gorgeous! & She still is!” another said. A fourth commented: “Special song we played at our wedding 19 years ago on the 27th of March.”
During the show, Katie was on the studio, telling Dermot and Alison: "Today is album release date so it is so nice to be out and doing it. Now I'm a mum, the little one is five months, so this is giving me a break! Pretty good. Pretty good."
The singer-songwriter discussed her new album Love and Money, saying: "I am trying to marry my personal life with my work - I got so addicted to my work, I love what I do but the pandemic made me realise I have to accept where I am in my personal life, I fell in love and met somebody and wanted to put those happy memories into this album.
"I started writing it at the end of the pandemic - I did most of the writing before I got pregnant and the lyrics are about me peddling like mad in the music industry, but it released something in me." Katie promoted her Royal Albert Hall performance and said: "It can be tough to be a mum and working in the industry."
Martin Lewis has officially replaced Piers Morgan as Good Morning Britain's co-host, show bosses have announced. The finance expert has signed as a regular co-host on the ITV morning show after Piers Morgan infamously stormed off and quit in dramatic scenes.
The broadcaster, who hosts Martin Lewis' Money Show Live, will start his new role with a tax year end special next Wednesday at 6am on ITV1 and ITVX. He will present alongside Susanna Reid on various Wednesdays this year after stepping into the role of co-host several times since Piers departed GMB, The Mirror reports.
On the announcement, Martin Lewis said: “To have the ability to hold politicians to account, over the cost of living, is a privilege and a responsibility. It’s a slight gear change from my usual work, but after years of answering complex questions, it’s nice for once to be asking them. So I was delighted when ITV offered me the role of regular presenter. “The difficulty came with working it around my day-job, as Money Saving Expert, which is always my priority.
"So I’m hopeful the solution we’ve come up with, to lock in a dozen special shows a year, sitting alongside Susanna Reid’s brilliant journalism, is one the show’s viewers will welcome.”
Susanna Reid commented: “Martin Lewis is undoubtedly the voice of the nation when it comes to the cost of living crisis. Together we will continue to challenge politicians and hold them to account. I can’t wait to have him sitting next to me again at the GMB desk from next week.”
Together the pair will hold politicians to account and ask the questions the public want answered, plus hear directly from viewers at home through live phone-ins to the studio.
The announcement comes after GMB has received yet another BAFTA nomination for Best News Coverage at the 2023 BAFTA Television Awards, with The Martin Lewis Money Show Live also being nominated in the Best Features category.
Emma Gormley, Managing Director ITV Daytime said: “As Good Morning Britain continues to answer the questions the nation wants and needs answering each weekday morning, we’re thrilled to welcome Martin Lewis as a regular co-host.”
Meghan Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, participated in the 21st Annual Alive and Running 5k for Suicide Prevention in Los Angeles on September 29, 2019, nine months after Meghan revealed to Prince Harry that she did not want to be alive.
Meghan Markle experienced suicidal thoughts after facing negative media coverage towards the end of 2018, which included reports accusing her of making Kate Middleton cry, which has since been proven to be false.
Although Doria's 5k run was reported at the time, the full emotional significance of her support for a cause that her daughter had been affected by became apparent in March 2021 when Meghan spoke with Oprah Winfrey about her experiences.
Meghan confessed to Oprah Winfrey that she was ashamed to admit her suicidal thoughts and the need for help, especially to her husband Prince Harry, but knew that she had to speak up otherwise she would have acted on her thoughts. She went to seek help, but the institution she approached denied her access to it as it was deemed "not good for the institution." Meghan had to reveal this to Prince Harry for the first time prior to a planned appearance at the Royal Albert Hall in January 2019.
In a documentary series, Doria explained that she was heartbroken to learn about her daughter's suicidal thoughts and felt powerless to protect her from the negative and unrelenting media scrutiny.
Doria's participation in the suicide prevention charity run came while Meghan and Harry were on a tour of Southern Africa, during which Meghan revealed in an interview with journalist Tom Bradby that she was struggling behind the scenes. This further emphasizes Doria's support for suicide prevention and her daughter's well-being.
If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by dialing 988 or texting "988" to the Crisis Text Line at 741741. Alternatively, you can visit 988lifeline.org for more information.
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Sam Neill has offered fans a health update after being diagnosed with stage three cancer. The Jurassic Park actor recently revealed he had been diagnosed with angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma last year, but is now cancer-free. His revelation came in his new book, Did I Ever Tell You This?, as he spoke about how writing his story down got him through the tough and long process of chemotherapy.
Speaking on the ITV morning show, he said: "I'm absolutely fine Lorraine. I got a cancer scare about a year ago but I've been in remission for eight months now. I'm in tip top health and I'm going back to work next week." Asked if his cancer diagnosis prompted him to write his book, he added: "I was going to chemotherapy and had nothing to do, I'm used to thinking with what little brain I have and going to work and suddenly I couldn't go to work. So I started writing. After a few months, I thought maybe there's a book in it."
In his book, he opened it with: "The thing is, I’m crook. Possibly dying. I may have to speed this up." He added to The Guardian recently: "I never had any intention to write a book. But as I went on and kept writing, I realised it was actually sort of giving me a reason to live and I would go to bed thinking, ‘I’ll write about that tomorrow … that will entertain me.' "And so it was a lifesaver really, because I couldn’t have gone through that with nothing to do, you know."
Sam had swollen glands whilst working on the promotional tour for Jurassic World Dominion last year and initially tried chemotherapy, which began to fail, so he went onto a new chemotherapy drug, which he will take each month for the rest of his life. "Those dark moments throw the light into sharp relief, you know, and have made me grateful for every day and immensely grateful for all my friends. Just pleased to be alive," he explained, before admitting that he isn’t “afraid” to die but said it would “annoy” him.
Sam later gave fans an update to insist he was doing really well. "My news seems to be all over the news at the moment, and it's sort of 'Cancer! Cancer! Cancer!' Which is slightly tiresome because as you see, I am alive and well and I have been in remission for eight months, which feels really good. And I’m alive and kicking and I'm going to work," he said, "I'm very happy to be going back to work. We start filming in seven days time."