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John back with another early morning show!
It kicked off with celebrity birthdays:
Michael Rosen, 71 (Author)
Aidy Bryant, 30 (Comedian)
J Balvin, 32 (Rapper)
Coby Persin, 23 (Youtube)
Matt Helders, 31 (Arctic Monkeys)
Followed by the front and back pages:
We spoke to Eurovision correspondent, David Webster:
Our Eurovision entry this year is Lucie Jones!
Our singalong song was Man! I Feel Like A Woman – Shania Twain.
We also listened to Harry Gardner’s appearance on Britain’s Got Talent:
I tried out the fidget spinner on air!
We looked at the telly listings for tonight:
The Durrells – Louisa’s birthday arrives, as the drama series based on Gerald Durrell’s Corfu memoirs, including My Family and Other Animals, continues. ITV 8-9
Dara & Ed’s Road to Mandalay – Dara O Briain and Ed Byrne begin a journey of a lifetime across southeast Asia, from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to the jungles of Myanmar. BBC TWO 9-10
Grantchester – Cambridgeshire seems to have founds its very own Bonnie and Clyde, as the period drama series adapted from the James Runcie novels continues. ITV 9-10
Babs – Writer Tony Jordan’s heartwarming biopic of Dame Barbara Windsor, from Cockney kid with a dazzling smile to consummate showbiz professional.
BBC ONE 8-9:30
We also checked in with our favourite dog, Ralph:
And that’s all we had time for, I will be back on the 28th May after my short break. See you then!