2. The serious news will often be followed up by, say, a topical discussion on whether toddlers should be given iPads.
That’s a potty with an iPad attached, in case you were wondering. They then start a discussion posing the question, “Is this a technology time bomb?”
5. Or there’s a feature on how to make really delicious smoothies with author Jackie Collins.
There’s no problem with having a mixture of high-brow and low-brow content, but it makes you wonder who Good Morning Britain is actually aimed at.
Is it for the people who used to watch GMTV, who liked to watch Daybreak, who watch the business news on BBC Breakfast, or is it somebody new?
Andi Peters has even visited Sutton Colefield.
Why does Good Morning Britain end at 8.30?