The Wright Stuff

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew Wright is joined on the panel by Conservative candidate Dr David Bull and ‘M People’ singer Heather Small.

Tuesday’s guest is actor and ‘The Mentalist’ star Owain Yeoman.

‘MasterChef’ judge John Torode makes an appearance on Wednesday’s show.

Thursday’s guest is singer and actor Sean Maguire.

Monday and Friday’s guests are to be confirmed.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew Wright is joined on the panel by comedian Stephen K Amos and broadcaster Janet Ellis.

Stage and screen actor James Dreyfuss drops by the studio on Monday.

Actress and presenter Lisa Riley makes an appearance on Wednesday’s show.

Thursday’s guest is architect and property expert George Clarke.

And Antony Costa, of the recently reformed band ‘Blue’ is in the studio for Friday’s show.

Tuesday’s guest is to be confirmed.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew Wright is joined on the panel by comedian Dominic Holland and television presenter Amanda Lamb.

Soul singer and TV presenter Mica Paris drops by the studio on Monday.

Madness star Suggs makes an appearance on Wednesday’s show.

Thursday’s guest is Simple Minds singer Jim Kerr. ‘Dragons’ Den’ star Deborah Meaden is in the studio for Friday’s show.

Tuesday
’s guest is to be confirmed.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew Wright is joined on the panel by comedian and actor Steve Furst, and journalist Carole Thatcher.

Former ‘Brookside’ star Louis Emerick drops by the studio on Monday.

Tuesday’s guest is TV presenter Emma Forbes. US comic Scott Capurro makes an appearance on Wednesday’s show.

Thursday
’s guest is businessman and ‘Dragons’ Den’ star James Caan.

Actor David Harewood, who plays Friar Tuck in ‘Robin Hood’, will be the guest on Friday’s show.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

This week, Matthew Wright is joined on the panel by comedian and former ‘Neighbours’ star Mark Little, and journalist Carole Malone.

Monday’s guest is Freya North, bestselling author of ‘Pillow Talk’ and ‘Home Truths’.

Actor Dean Andrews, best known for his role as Ray Carling in ‘Ashes to Ashes’ and ‘Life on Mars’, drops by the studio on Wednesday.

Thursday’s guest is TV presenter Kate Humble.

Atomic Kitten star and ‘Celebrity Masterchef’ winner Liz McClarnon makes an appearance on Friday’s show.

Tuesday
’s guest will be confirmed at a later date.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

Former GMTV anchor Fiona Phillips fills in for Matthew this week. She is joined by broadcaster and MP for Wantage Ed Vaizey and ‘The Gadget Show’ presenter Gail Porter.

Tuesday’s guest is best-selling novelist Jodi Picoult.

‘I Own Britain’s Best Home’ presenter Melissa Porter drops by the studio on Thursday.

And Friday’s guest is ‘Cash in the Attic’ and ‘Heaven and Earth Show’ presenter Gloria Hunniford.

Monday
and Wednesday’s guests will be confirmed at a later date.

Weekdays at 9.15am

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

Matthew Wright is joined on the panel this week by Dawn Butler, MP for Brent South, and TV presenter Terry Christian.

Monday’s guest is stand-up comedian and presenter Marcus Brigstocke.

Tuesday’s guest is legendary R&B singer-songwriter Billy Ocean.

Kym Valentine, best known as Libby Kennedy in ‘Neighbours’, is Wednesday’s guest.

Former ‘Brookside’ star and singer Claire Sweeney drops by the studio on Thursday.

And Friday’s guest is former T’Pau lead singer, Carol Decker.

Monday March 16 at 9:00am on five

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

Matthew Wright is joined on the panel this week by celebrity medic Dr David Bull and ‘Loose Women’ presenter Kaye Adams.

Monday’s guest is US comic Scott Capurro.

Controversial British sprinter Dwain Chambers is Wednesday’s guest.

TV presenter Peter Purves drops by the studio on Thursday to talk about his new autobiography, the aptly named ‘Here’s One I Wrote Earlier’.

Friday’s guest is ‘The One Show’ presenter Angellica Bell.

Tuesday’s guest is to be confirmed.

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

Matthew Wright is joined on the panel by actor and ‘I’m a Celebrity…’ winner Christopher Biggins, and journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown.

Monday’s guest is children’s novelist and poet Michael Rosen.

‘Peak Practice’ star Simon Shepherd will be Tuesday’s guest.

Actor and rapper Ashley Walters will be in the studio on Wednesday.

Thursday’s guest is bestselling Irish author Marian Keyes.

Friday’s guest is to be confirmed.

Five’s live interactive talk show continues all week. The programme promises lively topical debate as it combines studio discussion with contributions from viewers on the burning issues of the day.

Richard Bacon stands in for Matthew Wright this week. He is joined on the panel by Katie Hopkins of ‘The Apprentice’ and TV presenter Matt Allwright (‘Rogue Traders’, ‘Food Poker’).

Monday’s guest is actress Jenny Seagrove (‘Judge John Deed’).

Actress and singer Connie Fisher, best known for her West End role in ‘The Sound of Music’, will be Tuesday’s guest.

Former ‘EastEnders’ actor Alex Ferns will be in the studio on Wednesday.

Thursday
’s guest is psychotherapist and media expert Benjamin Fry.

Friday
’s guest is to be confirmed.

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