Not quite, at TVam she presented the main news based programme, Good Morning Britain, which is the equivalent of today's programme of the same name. Apart from a brief period when she was became co-presenter of Daybreak shes been on the more fluffy lifestyle based later programme (ehs TVam called After Nine) where she is today
While she did the 9am slot on GMTV when it launched, she was moved back to the main show pretty early on after the abrupt departure of Fiona Armstrong and stayed there for a year, alongside Eamonn Holmes who was promoted to five days a week after initially joining to present Fridays and Sundays, with original weekday host Michael Wilson moving to the 6am slot.
I don't think he got it straight away though, I think it started a few months in after they had to quickly revamp to be more like TV-am because nobody was watching. Unlike Lorraine who transferred over from the start.
That's right, although a lot of TV-am personnel moved over, like Dr Hilary and many of the reporters. As you say, Mike Morris wasn't there at the start, and famously an old lady phoned up on the first day to ask where he'd gone. As Morning Glory points out, a few weeks in Mike Morris was asked about people saying they wanted TV-am back, and he said "We miss them and clearly they miss us too", as if TV-am was still a going concern.
Mike Morris was one of a couple of TV-am faces who came back after a few months as GMTV was doing so badly, Greavsie was another one who returned to his old TV critic beat (not for long, though). The Sunday GMTV was a bit of an odd one, at the start it was very much a sixth GMTV show, broadcast live with news and guests, and as I say Eamonn Holmes did that and Friday's show with Anne Davies. Eamonn gave Sundays up when he went to five days a week and Morris joined in his place.
He stayed there for a about a year but the Sunday GMTV increasingly became a David Frost-style show majoring on news and politics - which was a result of GMTV's early run-ins with the ITC who thought their initial news coverage was crap. Morris then left saying he thought it was "indegestible" for Sunday morning and it became a fully-fledged news programme with Alistair Stewart.