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Loose chat for a lunchtime gossip with the girls.
Member Name: TraceyJayne
Advantages: The presenters share their life experiences, its from a female point of view, good mix of presenters
Disadvantages: can see too much of the presenters and not enough of the guests
Basic Programme Idea ?
A group of well known female personalities put together to make up a kind of ' panel '.
They sit in a row behind a desk and debat the issues of the day.
Although they do talk about serious issues, such as, health problems, bullying and relationships, most of the talking points are humourous and there are always plenty of laughs in the programme.
Although they all get on well, they do not always agree with each other - these are generally the best debates.
When is it shown ?
The show has a regular lunchtime slot, on ITV1, which it keeps throughout the series. It is sometimes repeated late at night.
Who are the hosts ?
There are several regular hosts, and these include, Colleen Nolan, Carol McGiffin, Jane McDonald, Linda Bellingham, Denise Welch and Sherrie Hewson.
There is a special guest - sometimes two - each day, who joins the ladies at the desk. This is usually a small part of the programme.
There is a daily competition, where you have to ring in and answer the question of the day. The question is given several times during the programme. The prize is usually cash or vouchers for a well known store.
Does the programme work ?
Yes, its very popular. There is a good mix of ladies on the panel. They each have a good sense of humour and are able to talk freely about most subjects. They each have definate opinions and aren't afraid to express them.
Should I watch ?
Yes, it is light hearted and amusing. It won't tax your brain but it will entertain and make you laugh.
I give this programme 4 out of 5 stars.
Summary: light hearted and amusing,