ITV today announced two new weekend shows – Breakfast at Garraway’s and Martin & Roman’s Sunday Best! – to start in April 2020.
Breakfast at Garraway’s will see Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway present her own one-hour show every Saturday morning.
Myles Stephenson will join Kate in the studio for the 22 x 60’ series, which will see Kate and her celebrity guests share their thoughts on things to bring joy to the weekend; from what to cook for your Saturday night TV dinner, to what to watch on telly and everything in between.
“I am absolutely thrilled to be welcoming everyone to join me and my sidekick, Myles, every Saturday morning for Breakfast at Garraway’s,” said Kate.
“We will have everything you need for a great weekend. I will have the best guests dropping by to tell us what they do to make their weekends great and live their best life. I can’t wait to get going!”
Father and son duo Martin and Roman Kemp will present their first TV series together.
On Sunday mornings – Martin & Roman’s Sunday Best! – will be filled with fun, celebrity chat and live music performances.
There will also be up-and-coming comedians, games and challenges, with Martin and Roman competing against each other.
Head of ITV Entertainment, Katie Rawcliffe, said:
“We are delighted to welcome these household names to Saturday and Sunday mornings. They promise feel-good entertainment to get us ready for the weekend.”
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