List of Lorraine presenters and reporters

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This article shows the on air team members for the ITV Breakfast programme Lorraine which began broadcasting in the United Kingdom on 6 September 2010. The main host is Lorraine Kelly, with guest presenters filling in during school holidays and when Kelly is absent.

Presenting team[edit]

Presenters[edit]

Tenure Name Title No. Episodes Reference(s)
2010— Lorraine Kelly Main presenter N/A [1][2]
2015— Gaby Roslin Deputy presenter 80 episodes
2017— Christine Lampard Deputy presenter 15 episodes [3][4]

Guest presenters[edit]

Newsreaders[edit]

There are no current newsreaders for Lorraine as a format change starting 1 September 2014 means Lorraine no longer has a news update at 9:00am from Good Morning Britain.

Tenure Name Title Related note(s) Reference
2012–2014 Helen Fospero Stand-in newsreader Daybreak stand-in newsreader and stand-in presenter (0600–0700),(0700-08:30), Occasional Friday Presenter
2012–2014 Louisa James Occasional stand-in newsreaderrea Daybreak Newsreaderood MorniBritaStand In
2010–2012 Tasmin Lucia-Khan Newsreader Daybreak newsreader
2012–2014 Ranvir Singh Good Morning Britain presenter GMB's Friday/Stand-in presenter
2014 Sean Fletcher GMB Sports Editor also GMB Relief Presenter
2014 Charlotte Hawkins GMB Newsreader also GMB Stand-in Presenter
2014 Susanna Reid GMB presenter GMB's Monday-Thursday presenter
2014 Ben Shephard GMB presenter GMB's Thursday and Friday presenter
2014 John Stapleton Former GMB presenter Left GMB in 2015 for LBC Radio
2014 Kate Garraway GMB presenter GMB's Thursday Newsreader, and Friday presenter

Guest presenters[edit]

Lorraine Kelly is now contracted to present the programme Monday to Friday, however previously from 2010 to 2012 a guest presenter would host each Friday edition. Guest presenters often appeared during holiday periods. Kate Garraway was appointed Kelly's deputy in September 2012 and took over hosting of Friday shows and holiday cover. As of the launch of Good Morning Britain in 2014, Lorraine Kelly now hosts the Friday shows.[9]