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Get on ITV This Morning…

Sell my story to ITV This Morning…

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Holly and Philip from This Morning

ITV This Morning is one of the most popular daytime telly shows. Every morning millions tune in to enjoy the funny, quirky, emotional and sometimes bizarre stories it features.

Going on This Morning guarantees you a massive audience and the chance to really get your story out there. At Sell Your Story Uk we specialise in sending interviewees to ITV This Morning. So how can you get on the show?

Is your story suitable for ITV This Morning?

ITV This Morning will consider any story. But they particularly love to feature ordinary people who have an extraordinary real-life story to tell. We can tell you immediately if your story is one ITV This Morning might be interested in. Simply fill in some brief details here about your story.

What happens when I go on ITV This Morning?

If you live a long way from the studios in London, then the show’s producers will arrange for you (and a friend or family) to travel the evening before to a nearby hotel to stay overnight. This is because as a live show they can’t risk you getting stuck in early morning traffic or your car breaking down on the way. Once at the hotel you can relax with a meal. In the morning, following breakfast, you will be driven to the studio. Our interviewees tell us they adore the VIP treatment!

Will I be paid to go on ITV This Morning?

ITV This Morning will pay all your expenses such as travel costs and overnight stays. At Sell Your Story UK we can also arrange a payment for your time. As with payments for selling a story to a newspaper or magazine, payments vary and depend on how sought after your story is. We will always tell you if you are being paid and if so, how much, before you go on the show.

We then arrange for you to be paid within three days of appearing on ITV This Morning.

Can I sell my story to other TV shows?

Yes, we regularly arrange for our interviewees to go on shows such as ITV Good Morning Britain, BBC shows, Sky, Channel 4, Channel 5 and are also in touch with many documentary makers. Some interviewees even appear on TV abroad!

You can find out more about appearing on television by going to our sister website Featureworld.

Some happy interviewees who’ve all gone on ITV This Morning…

Alison Smith-Squire

Alison Smith-Squire is a writer, journalist and media agent selling exclusive real life stories to newspapers, magazines and TV. She owns the sell my story website, which was set up to help ordinary people sell their stories to the press.

3 thoughts to “Get on ITV This Morning…”

  1. My friends little one has a rare and severe condition called dravet syndrome, she is just one years old and this life shortening disease has no cure, at the moment she is in a London hospital fighting the biggest battle yet, one of her seizures lasted 3hrs and her mum stroked her hair which caused one, please could you help by raising awareness for this disease also the parents are an inspiration, so strong and focused on making isla’s life as normal as possible, they would be amazing on your show and show other sufferers and there family’s how to cope xx more info on

  2. we would like to come on and talk about luton pride as luton is a town who no tlk about but in bad way next year is luton big day for pride

  3. Hello. My story is about mental illness amongst young people, particularly students. I’ve sent you a link of the article which is a recollection of my three years at university. I speak about my eating disorder. I do not want any money for this I just want to raise awareness, I want people not to be afraid and to know they are not alone. Please take the time to read through my article. I’m the happiest, most bubbly person and if you met me you would be outraged that this happened to me. Thank you so much for reading this


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