Loose Women

Monday, 29 November 2010, 12:30PM – 1:30PM

Here are the confirmed guests on Loose Women: Monday 29 December to Friday 3 December. 

Monday 29th November 

Start the week with loose ladies Kate Thornton, Lisa Maxwell, and Lynda Bellingham. On today’s show the girls are joined by singer Russell Watson and comedian Lenny Henry. 

Tuesday 30th November 

Get loose this lunchtime as Andrea McLean, Lisa Maxwell, and Lynda Bellingham cast their eye over the hot topics of the day with Michael Parkinson and enjoy a performance from singer Rumer. 

Wednesday 1st December 

Today loose women Andrea McLean, Coleen Nolan and Sherrie Hewson will be brightening up your lunchtime with some fun chat and topical debate. Dropping in on the fun today are Heston Blumenthal and Daniel O’Donnell, who also performs. 

Thursday 2nd December 

On today’s Loose Women, Kate Thornton, Coleen Nolan and Denise Welch chat to Welsh funnyman Rhod Gilbert. 

Friday 3rd December 

Start the weekend with loose ladies Andrea Mclean, Denise Welch, Sherrie Hewson, Cilla Black and today’s guest Joan Collins. 

Monday, 6 September 2010, 12:30PM – 1:30PM on ITV1

Monday 6 September

Brian Conley talks about returning to the stage for the UK tour of his show, The Best of Brian Conley, and Jackie Collins talks about the DVD release of Paris Connections.

Tuesday 7 September

Hairdresser Vidal Sassoon opens up about his new autobiography, and entertainer Michael Ball reveals all about his talk show, The Michael Ball Show.

Wednesday 8 September

Lulu and Heather Small chat about their Here Come the Girls tour with Anastacia, and The Script front man, Danny O’Donoghue , talks about the band’s new album, Science and Faith.

Thursday 9 September

Danish actress and style icon Brigitte Nielsen talks about life in the limelight, and New Zealand actor Alan Dale talks about his Hollywood highs.

Friday 10 September

John Barrowman talks about his new album and UK tour, and Award winning chef John Christophe Novelli gives a food master class at Jimmy’s Harvest Festival.

ITV today announces two new creative talents set to join the award winning daytime team from this September.

Creative Director of Big Brother, SHARON POWERS, is set to join Loose Women as Executive Producer. Sharon has overseen the creative development of Big Brother at Endemol UK for the last six years; prior to this she was Commissioning Editor for Factual Entertainment at Channel 4.

Leopard Films’ Executive Producer, MILES JARVIS will join ITV Daytime as Development Executive working across the daytime brands.  Miles has spent six years at Leopard Films creating a number of series for BBC1 and ITV1 including Missing Live, Evacuees Reunited and Crash Scene Investigators.

Sharon said: “I am thrilled to be joining Loose Women and am looking forward to working with the team behind one of Britain’s best daytime programmes.”

Miles said: “This is a very exciting time to be joining ITV Daytime.  I’m very much looking forward to working with the team to develop and create Daytime’s next big brands.”

Creative Director, Daytime & Lifestyle, Fiona Keenaghan said:

“Securing the creative talents of Sharon Powers and Miles Jarvis is a real coup for Loose Women and ITV Daytime. I look forward to working closely with them both as we continue to develop the success of our daytime brands at this incredibly exciting time for ITV.”

Monday, 2 August 2010, 12:30PM – 1:30PM on ITV1

Here are the Loose Women guests Monday 2 to Friday 6 August.

Monday 2 August:

Musician-turned-cook and Dragon’s Den star Levi Roots talks about his new cookbook, ‘Food For Friends’.

Tuesday 3 August:

Ex-Coronation Street star Adam Rickitt talks about returning to the recording studio and releasing an updated 2010 version of his 1999 hit ‘Breathe Again’

Legendary comedy duo Cannon and Ball reveal all about their UK tour and the release of The Cannon and Ball Show on DVD.

Wednesday 4 August:

R&B singer Ne-Yo performs his brand new single ‘Beautiful Monster’.

Thursday 5 August:

Award-winning broadcaster Vanessa Feltz opens up about life in the public eye.

British band The Hoosiers perform their new single, ‘Bumpy Ride’.

Friday 6 August

Pineapple Dance Studios star Louie Spence joins the Loose ladies for chat.

Loose Women star Jane McDonald performs her brand new single, ‘Dance Yourself Dizzy’.

Monday, 26 July 2010, 12:30PM – 1:30PM on ITV1

Here’s the confirmed guests on Loose Women next week Monday 26 to Friday 30 July.

Monday 26

Paul McKenna talks about his bestselling book, ‘Change Your Life In 7 Days’.

EastEnders star Preeya Kalidas reveals all about her new singing career and performs her debut single ‘Shimmy’.

Tuesday 27

Legendary comedian Jim Bowen talks about performing at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Singer Michael Bolton chats about his upcoming new album and UK tour.

Wednesday 28

Alex Zane chats about his fast-paced show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Thursday 29

Gyles Brandreth talks about moving from politics to show-business for his Edinburgh Fringe Festival show.

Actor Chris Geere chats about his new Channel 4 sitcom, ‘Pete V Life’.

Boy band sensation The Wanted perform their latest single, ‘All Time Low’.

Friday 30

Celebrity Masterchef star Gregg Wallace talks about his new book, ‘Gregg’s Favourite Puddings’

Mark Durden-Smith reveals all about the new daily daytime show on ITV, ‘3@three’.

Monday, 5 July 2010, 12:30PM – 1:30PM on ITV1

Joining the Loose Women on the panel this week are (5 to 9 July):

Monday

Tom Chambers ��” International Youth Arts Festival

Craig Phillips ��” Asbestos Awareness for British Lung Foundation

Tuesday

Jackie Clunes – Soiho Theatre Show ��” Live Songs and Hate Mail and new Album Love Songs

Tony Hadley – Solo UK Tour

Wednesday

Niki Evans – Blood Brothers West End

Lee Ryan – New Single I am What I Am

Thursday

Nicholas Parsons – Edinburgh Fringe Show- Nicholas Parson’s Happy Hour

Dolph Lundgren – New Sylvester Stallone Film ��” The Expandables

Friday

Sarah Millican ��” Edinburgh Fringe Stand Up Show.

Monday, 21 June 2010, 12:30PM – 1:30PM on ITV1

Monday 21st ��”

Start the week of with some fun lunchtime chat with Loose Women Kate Thornton, Lynda Bellingham and Coleen Nolan. The ladies will be catching up on what mischief they got up to over the weekend and casting their eye over the new stories that are hitting the headlines.

Tuesday 22nd ��”

Today Kate Thornton, Coleen Nolan and Lynda Bellingham will be having hot topical debate and lunchtime fun and frolics. Joining in the fun today is singing legend Leo Sayer,

Wednesday 23rd ��”

Join Loose Ladies Kate Thornton, Coleen Nolan and Lynda Bellingham this lunchtime for your daily dose of Loose Chat served up with plethora of laughs and hot topical debate. Joining the ladies today is Born Free actress Virginia McKenna.

Thursday 24th ��”

Join Kate Thornton, Arlene Phillips and the rest of the Loose Ladies for some musings on the day’s big stories as well as gossip and celebrity chit chat.

Friday 25th –

Round the week off with the loose ladies Kate Thornton Arlene Phillips and co as they look back over the top showbiz moments of the week. Droppings in on the ladies today will be two top celebrity guests who will be getting involved with the heated debates.

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Monday, 7 June 2010, 12:30PM – 1:30PM on ITV1

Here are the Loose Women guests appearing Monday 7 to Friday 11 June.

Monday 7th

Start the week off with Loose Ladies Kate Thornton, Coleen Nolan, Carol McGiffin and dancing Queen Arlene Phillip as they cast their eyes over the hot topics of the day and brightening up your lunch time. Joining the ladies today are weather girl Sian Lloyd and the ever stylish Twiggy.

Tuesday 8th

Join Andrea McLean , Carol McGiffin, and Lynda Bellingham for a fun packed lunch time. As ever the ladies will be putting the world to rights and having a few laughs along the way. Today the ladies will be joined by dancing sensation Michael Flatley.

Wednesday 9th –

The Loose Ladies today are Andrea McLean, Arlene Phillips and Sherrie Hewson. The Ladies will bring fun and laughter to your lunchtime as well as casting their eye over some of the more serious news stories of the day. Dropping by for a chat and to perform her new single is girl of the moment Pixie Lott.

Thursday 10th ��”

Put the kettle on and pull up a seat for an hour of lunchtime fun and chat with Loose Ladies Kate Thornton, Leslie Garret and Sherrie Hewson and Carol McGiffin. Today the ladies are joined by Dragon’s Den businessman Peter Jones.

Friday 11th ��”

Wrap up the week with Loose Ladies Kate Thornton, Zoe Tyler and Lynda Bellingham as they look back over the hot showbiz stories of the week as well as having a gossip and an giggle into the weekend. Today 80’s legend Rick Astley is joining in the fun,

Monday, 31 May 2010, 12:30PM – 1:30PM on ITV1

Here is the Loose Women guest list for Monday 31 May to Friday 4 June.

Week 22
Monday ��” 31 May
Start the week with a smorgasbord of chat, gossip and heated debate with Loose Ladies Andrea Mclean, Jane McDonald, Lynda Bellingham and he ever opinionated Carol McGiffin. Joining the ladies today are singing sensation Katie Melua and fashion guru Gok Wan.

Tuesday ��” 1 June
Join Loose Ladies Andrea McLean, McDonald and the rest of the girls for your daily dose of chat, laughter and topical debate. Joining in on the fun today is footie legend Peter Shilton who will be telling the ladies about his World Cup single.

Wednesday ��” 2 June
Put eh kettle on and pull up a seat on for your daily dose of Loose Women. Today loose Ladies Andrea McLean, and queen of the high seas Jane McDonald and the rest of the gang will be casting their eye over the hot topics of the day and honest from the heart chat. Dropping in on the fun today is Broadcasting legend John Suchet.
Thursday ��” 3 June
Brightening up your lunchtime today are Kate Thornton and the rest of the loose Ladies who as always will be laughing, chating, gossiping and revealing all for you today. Chatting with the ladies today is cheeky chappie and king of the jungle Gino D’Acampo.

Friday ��” 4 June
Round the week off with the loose ladies for that truly Friday feeling! Today Kate Thornton and the gang will be looking back over some of the hot showbiz stories of the week and casting their eye over some of the hot topics of the day plus their will be chat from Craig David who will be performing at the end of the show.

Denise Welch: “My book is controversial”

Former Corrie star and Loose Women host, Denise Welch, has defended her autobiography, saying that although it’s caused quite a lot of controversy, she’s not sorry she wrote it.

While appearing on This Morning, Denise revealed that the book had started out as being about the effects of clinical depression, but it rapidly became the story of her often chequered life.

Denise said, “It’s proved to be quite controversial, but I’m nothing if not open – especially on programmes like Loose Women, which has given me the sort of profile where people can speculate on your life.

“Obviously all of us – all of the girls – are quite pleased that we still are on the covers of magazines.

“In fact, one of my favourite quotes was something like, ‘Are Denise Welch, Jane McDonald and Coleen Nolan becoming the Kate, Sienna and Jordan of the old birds?’

“You do have to embrace these magazine stories.

“On a more serious level, when I was approached to do this, initially I was going to write a book about my battle with clinical depression.

“As I started to write, I realised that I couldn’t really write about my condition without leading the reader down the dark paths that it took me to.”

Denise also answered the recent media speculation which suggested members of her family had been shocked by the revelations made in the book.

She said, “People have said to me, ‘Did your family know about the book?’ Of course they knew about it, they’ve all sanctioned it.”

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