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Encyclopedia > BBC Breakfast
Breakfast
Current titles
Genre News, Business, Sport and Weather
Running time 195 minutes (3 hour 15 min, Weekdays on BBC One)
Creator(s) BBC News
Starring Dermot Murnaghan
Sian Williams
Bill Turnbull
Susanna Reid
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original channel BBC One
Original run 2000-10-02 – present
Preceded by Breakfast News
Related shows BBC One O'Clock News,
BBC Six O'Clock News,
BBC Ten O'Clock News
Official website

BBC Breakfast is the morning television news programme simulcast on BBC One and BBC News 24. It is presented live from BBC Television Centre in White City, West London, and contains a mixture of news, sport, weather, business and feature items. The programme is broadcast seven days a week, every week of the year, including weekends and public holidays presented from the BBC News 24 set. [1] Image File history File links BBC_Breakfast. ... For the newspaper that gave News Corporation its name, see The News (Adelaide). ... Wall Street, Manhattan is the location of the New York Stock Exchange and is often used as a symbol for the world of business. ... Weather is a term that encompasses phenomena in the atmosphere of a planet. ... BBC One (or BBC1 as it was formerly styled) is the primary channel of the British Broadcasting Corporation. ... The current BBC News logo BBC News and Current Affairs is a major arm of the BBC responsible for the corporations newsgathering and production of news programmes on BBC television, radio and online. ... Dermot John Murnaghan (b. ... Sian Mary Williams (born November 28, 1964 in Eastbourne, Sussex) is a television presenter for the BBC. Prior to her broadcasting career she spent more than a decade in radio as a producer for news and current affairs programmes. ... Bill Turnbull presents Breakfast from Friday to Sunday generally, or as stand-in for Dermot Murnaghan. ... Susanna Reid (born 10 Deecmber 1970) is a BBC News presenter, mainly on BBC News 24 and as a stand-in on BBC Breakfast After University, Reid started out at BBC Radio Bristol and then become a reporter for Radio Five Live. ... BBC One (or BBC1 as it was formerly styled) is the primary channel of the British Broadcasting Corporation. ... This article is about the year 2000. ... October 2 is the 275th day (276th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 90 days remaining. ... Breakfast News was the news programme on BBC breakfast television in the UK. Presenters included: Julia Hartley-Brewer Sally Jones Michael White The current programme is simple called Breakfast since 2000. ... BBC One OClock News Ident following the 2003 Relaunch BBC One OClock News ident used from 1999 until 2003 The BBC One OClock News is broadcast on BBC One Monday to Friday. ... BBC Six OClock News ident following the 2006 relaunch Natasha Kaplinsky and George Alagiah presenting the new-look BBC Six OClock News (May 2006) BBC Six OClock News is the evening news programme broadcast daily on British TV channel BBC One and BBC News 24 from 1800... The BBC Ten OClock News is the flagship evening news programme for British TV channel BBC One. ... BBC One (or BBC1 as it was formerly styled) is the primary channel of the British Broadcasting Corporation. ... BBC News 24 is BBC News 24-hour news television channel in the UK, its international counterpart being BBC World. ... BBC Television Centre (sometimes abbreviated TVC or TC) in London is home to much of BBC television output and, since 1998, almost all of the corporations national TV and radio news output by BBC News. ... White City may be: In the United Kingdom: White City, London In Canada: White City, Saskatchewan In the United States: White City, Florida White City, Kansas White City, Illinois White City, Oregon White City, Utah And also; Tel Aviv; The White City is a nickname for this city in Israel... Satellite image of the inner part of West London West London is the area of Greater London to the west of the central area. ...


The current editor of the programme is David Kermode. [2]

Contents

History

The programme was originally launched as Breakfast Time on 1983-01-17. Presenters included Frank Bough, Kirsty Wark, John Stapleton, Selina Scott, Jeremy Paxman and Sally Magnusson. The relaxed feel to the programme included a set designed to be a front room, with leather arm chairs and sofas for presenters to sit on. Breakfast Time was British televisions first national breakfast show, beating ITVs Good Morning Britain to the air by two weeks. ... 1983 (MCMLXXXIII) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... January 17 is the 17th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Frank Bough (IPA pronunciation of his last name: ) (born Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, England, January 15th 1933) is a British television presenter who specialised in sports programmes. ... Kirsty Wark is one of the presenters of Newsnight, as well as Newsnight Review. ... John Stapleton (born 24 February 1946 in Oldham, Lancashire, England) is a British television presenter. ... Selina Scott (b. ... Paxman presents Newsnight on BBC Two. ... Sally Magnusson is a Scottish broadcaster, who is often seen on BBC television. ...


Following a relaunch, the programme was renamed Breakfast News in 1989 and followed a much more authoritative tone with a desk modelled on the style used on main news bulletins. Breakfast News was the news programme on BBC breakfast television in the UK. Presenters included: Julia Hartley-Brewer Sally Jones Michael White The current programme is simple called Breakfast since 2000. ...


A much larger relaunch came in 2000 with the establishment of Breakfast, merging the operations of the separate BBC One and BBC News 24 programmes for one single simulcast. The simulcast since April 2006 has seen BBC News 24 begin rolling news coverage at 08:30 while the programme continues until 09:15 when the tone shifts to arts, entertainment and cultural items. During special outside broadcasts, the programme length has been extended to 09:30 on several occasions.


The programme celebrated its 20th anniversary on 2003-01-17.[3] 2003 (MMIII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... January 17 is the 17th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ...

The current Breakfast set.
The current Breakfast set.

The current presentation of the programme was introduced with a wider relaunch of BBC One news bulletins on 2006-05-02. Breakfast moved into studio N6 at Television Centre with the other BBC One bulletins requiring a new, larger set design. The new set walls are made up of Barco video screens allowing for different backgrounds, graphics and still photographs. Initially the background used were of cirrus clouds on a blue sky but following comments from viewers that this was too cold, the background was replaced by orange squares from the new titles. This was also designed to hide any joins or faults between the screens which had been made obvious beforehand. Image File history File linksMetadata BBC_Breakfast_2006_set. ... Image File history File linksMetadata BBC_Breakfast_2006_set. ... For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ... May 2 is the 122nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (123rd in leap years). ... Barco N.V. (Euronext: BAR) is a display hardware manufacturer specialising in CRT projectors, LCD projectors, DLP projectors, LED displays and flat panel displays. ...


Presenters

Main presenters

The programme has four main presenters:

However, at present the presenter rota is a little different as Williams is on maternity leave, who will be returning to the program on Monday 5th March according to Radio Times magazine. Dermot John Murnaghan (b. ... ITN may refer to: Independent Television News In the news, a section on the Main Page of English Wikipedia This is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title. ... Sian Mary Williams (born November 28, 1964 in Eastbourne, Sussex) is a television presenter for the BBC. Prior to her broadcasting career she spent more than a decade in radio as a producer for news and current affairs programmes. ... Bill Turnbull presents Breakfast from Friday to Sunday generally, or as stand-in for Dermot Murnaghan. ... BBC News 24 is BBC News 24-hour news television channel in the UK, its international counterpart being BBC World. ... Susanna Reid (born 10 Deecmber 1970) is a BBC News presenter, mainly on BBC News 24 and as a stand-in on BBC Breakfast After University, Reid started out at BBC Radio Bristol and then become a reporter for Radio Five Live. ... BBC News 24 is BBC News 24-hour news television channel in the UK, its international counterpart being BBC World. ... Charlie presenting Breakfast with Kate Silverton Charlie Stayt is a British journalist and television news presenter. ... Louise Minchin is a newscaster and journalist in the United Kingdom, currently presenting on BBC News 24. ... Current Radio Times logo Radio Times is the BBCs weekly television and radio programme listings magazine. ...


Currently, Dermot Murnaghan presents the programme on Monday to Thursday alongside Sian Williams. Bill Turnbull presents the programme on Friday-Sunday and when Murnaghan is away. His co-presenter is Susanna Reid. Dermot John Murnaghan (b. ... Sian Mary Williams (born November 28, 1964 in Eastbourne, Sussex) is a television presenter for the BBC. Prior to her broadcasting career she spent more than a decade in radio as a producer for news and current affairs programmes. ... Bill Turnbull presents Breakfast from Friday to Sunday generally, or as stand-in for Dermot Murnaghan. ... Susanna Reid (born 10 Deecmber 1970) is a BBC News presenter, mainly on BBC News 24 and as a stand-in on BBC Breakfast After University, Reid started out at BBC Radio Bristol and then become a reporter for Radio Five Live. ...


Charlie Stayt regularly covers for Turnbull at the weekends, while Louise Minchin fills in when Silverton or Reid are absent. Julia George is another occasional stand-in, while BBC Sydney correspondent Michael Peschardt fills in during the summer when other presenters are on holiday. Charlie presenting Breakfast with Kate Silverton Charlie Stayt is a British journalist and television news presenter. ... Louise Minchin is a newscaster and journalist in the United Kingdom, currently presenting on BBC News 24. ... Julia George, née Botfield joined Breakfast as a presenter in 2002. ... The Sydney Opera House on Sydney Harbour Sydney (pronounced ) is the most populous city in Australia with a metropolitan area population of over 4. ... Michael Peschardt is the host of BBC Worlds programme Peschardts People, which profiles well-known personalities in the Asia-Pacific. ...


As well as presenting from the studio, the main presenters are often called upon to present on location when big stories break. Bill Turnbull presented live editions of Breakfast from New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and also from King's Cross in the aftermath of the 7 July 2005 London bombings. Sian Williams reported live from the scene of the Indian earthquake in 2005. Dermot Murnaghan anchored Breakfast''s coverage of the 2004 US Presidential election from Washington. New Orleans is the largest city in the state of Louisiana, United States of America. ... Lowest pressure 902 mbar (hPa; 26. ... Kings Cross is an place in the London Borough of Camden. ... The 7 July 2005 London bombings were a series of coordinated terrorist bomb blasts that hit Londons public transport system during the morning rush hour. ... Official language(s) None Capital Olympia Largest city Seattle Area  Ranked 18th  - Total 71,342 sq mi (184,827 km²)  - Width 240 miles (385 km)  - Length 360 miles (580 km)  - % water 6. ...


Sport

The main Sport presenters are Chris Hollins (who presents each Monday-Thursday and occasional Fridays), Sue Thearle (presents most Fridays and occasionally at weekends, currently on maternity leave) and Mike Bushell (presents at weekends, and occasionally during the week). Sport updates are at 06.10, 06.35, 07.35 and 08.35. Chris Hollins (born 1965, in London) is the main sport presenter on BBC Breakfast. ... Sue Thearle is a sports presenter on BBC Breakfast, and the only female reporter on Match of the Day After training as a journalist, Thearle began her career on a local newspaper in Hertfordshire. ...


Business

Breakfast's business presenter is Declan Curry, who presents business updates at 06.10, 06.25, 06.50, 07.25, 07.55 and 08.25. During his absence the role is usually filled by Working Lunch presenter Paddy O'Connell or World Business Report presenter Manisha Tank. Declan Curry is an Irish journalist who has worked for BBC News 24 since the channels inception in 1997. ... Working Lunch is a television programme shown on BBC Two which covers business news, personal finance and consumer news. ... Patrick OConnell, better known as Paddy OConnell is a British television presenter who has worked on BBC shows such as Liquid News, Working Lunch, Flashmob - The Opera, Celebdaq and BBC Three News. ... The World Business Report ident since 2003. ... Manisha Tank is one of the main presenters of World Business Report. ...


Weather

The main weather presenters are Carol Kirkwood and Helen Willetts (both of whom present on Mondays-Thursdays on alternate fortnights). However, Willetts is currently on maternity leave and her role is being filled by regular weekend weather presenter Louise Lear. Lear, Matt Taylor or Alex Deakin present the forecasts on Fridays and at weekends. The weather is broadcast at 15 and 45 minutes past each hour throughout the programme. During the week, forecasts are normally presented from the Blue Peter Garden, from the roof of Television Centre or out on location, often when the weather is in the news, including the 2006 drought in southern England. BBC Weather presenter, appearing regularly on BBC News 24 and BBC Breakfast. ... Helen is a weather presenter on the BBC, for breakfast television and Radio 4. ... BBC Weather presenter, appearing mainly on BBC Breakfast and BBC News 24. ... Matt Taylor (born 1976 in Blackburn, England) is a BBC Weather forecaster. ... Alex Deakin on BBC ONE in 2004 Alex Deakin on BBC ONE in 2005 Alex Deakin (born North Ferriby, outside Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire) is a weatherman for the BBC, broadcasting on British television and radio. ... For other uses, see Blue Peter (disambiguation). ... BBC Television Centre BBC Television Centre (sometimes abbreviated TVC or TC) in London is home to the vast majority of BBC television output and, since 1998, almost all of the corporations national TV and radio news output by BBC News. ... A drought is a period of time when there is not enough water to support agricultural, urban or environmental water needs. ...


Reporters

The programme has a team of reporters permanently assigned to Breakfast. They cover a range of stories nationally and internationally including the 2004 hurricane in Grenada[1] and the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.[4] This article is about weather phenomena. ... Tsunami strikes Ao Nang, Thailand. ...


In 2006, the dedicated team includes Julia George, née Botfield.[5], Sarah Campbell[6] and Graham Satchell.[7]


Reporters work on outside broadcasts at home and abroad presenting live interviews, and coverage from news and feature stories. They are also reporters on news stories and features providing the voice or commentary to a video taped report - although many of these stories are now edited and transmitted using digital technology . It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Electronic field production. ... A digital system is one that uses discrete values (often electrical voltages), especially those representable as binary numbers, or non-numeric symbols such as letters or icons, for input, processing, transmission, storage, or display, rather than a continuous spectrum of values (ie, as in an analog system). ...


Several other reporters cover specialist areas, and they work for all BBC News programmes. Reeta Chakrabarti is the programme's main political correspondent, and Tim Muffett is an overnight reporter covering a cross-section of breaking news stories. Reeta Chakrabarti (born 1964) is a political correspondent for the BBC Televisions Breakfast programme shown on BBC1 and BBC News 24 channels. ...


Video podcast

In September 2006, Breakfast launched its own video podcast called the Breakfast Takeaway. BBC Television News had already launched three other services: Newsnight, the Ten O'Clock News and STORYFix which also has a television version broadcast at the weekend on News 24. [8] The Breakfast takeaway is available Monday to Friday in MP4 format. It can also be downloaded to and viewed from a home or office computer. Video podcast (sometimes shortened to vidcast or vodcast) is a term used for the online delivery of video on demand video clip content via Atom or RSS enclosures. ... Newsnight is a British daily news analysis, current affairs and politics programme broadcast between 22:30 and 23:20 on weekdays on BBC Two. ... STORYFix is billed as the week at high velocity. STORYFix is a television programme on UK news channel BBC News 24. ... MP4 can refer to: MPEG-4 Part 14 file format Møller-Plesset perturbation theory of the fourth order This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share the same title. ...


Specials

In 2003, the Breakfast production team was commissioned by BBC One to make a week long series called The Day Team From Chatsworth presented by Nicki Chapman, and presenter of the BBC's Countryfile programme, John Craven. It took a behind the scenes look at the stately home Chatsworth House [9] and was broadcast separately on BBC One at 1030 in the morning. Nicki Chapman (b. ... Countryfile is a Sunday morning television programme by the BBC that reports about various countryside and environmental issues. ... John Craven OBE (born in Leeds, England on August 16, 1941) is a BBC television presenter and former news anchor. ... A stately home is, strictly speaking, one of about 500 large properties built in England between the mid-16th century and the early part of the 20th century, as well as converted abbeys and other church property (after the Dissolution of the Monasteries). ... A view of Chatsworth from the south-west circa 1880. ...


From 0830, when Breakfast is only transmitted live on BBC One, the tone of the programme shifts. There is a sports bulletin followed by between three and five items that are mainly arts, entertainment or cultural in nature and in 2006, have included interviews with Halle Berry[10], Sir Michael Caine[11] and Reese Witherspoon [12]. This provides a link to the daytime schedule, via the daytime controller and BBC One Controller Peter Fincham. Halle Maria Berry (born August 14, 1966[1] in Cleveland, Ohio) is an Emmy, Golden Globe, and Academy Award-winning American actress and former fashion model and beauty queen. ... Michael Caine Michael Caine (born March 14, 1933) is a British film actor. ... Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon[1] (born March 22, 1976), known simply as Reese Witherspoon, is an Academy Award-winning American actress. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ...


The relationship between the three BBC departments: television news programmes, daytime and the BBC One controller has led to a number of guest, or celebrity presenters being used on Breakfast to present themed days or weeks, even though some have never been mainstream news reporters or presenters. Many of these have seen the programme extended to 0930:

The Chelsea Flower Show is a garden show held each year for four days in May by the Royal Horticultural Society in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in Chelsea, London, England. ... Alistair Appleton is a British television presenter born during 1970 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, to Peter and Sally Appleton. ... Tate Modern from the Millennium Bridge Tate Modern from St Pauls Cathedral. ... Statistics Population: 84,000 Ordnance Survey OS grid reference: ST745645 Administration District: Bath and North East Somerset Region: South West England Constituent country: England Sovereign state: United Kingdom Other Ceremonial county: Somerset Historic county: Somerset Services Police force: Avon and Somerset Fire and rescue: Avon Ambulance: South Western Post office... Jennie Bond (born 19th August 1950) is a British journalist. ... Buckingham Palace and the Victoria Memorial. ... Nicki Chapman (b. ... A fashion week is a trade event that lasts for around one week where members of the press and buyers can view fashion designs for following seasons. ... The Chelsea Flower Show is a garden show held each year for four days in May by the Royal Horticultural Society in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in Chelsea, London, England. ... Philippa Forrester (born 20 September 1968 in Winchester, Hampshire) is a British television presenter and producer as well as an author. ... Alder Hey Childrens Hospital was founded in Liverpool in 1914, and is regarded as the largest childrens hospital in Western Europe. ... Andi Peters (born 29 July 1970 in Chelsea, south-west London) is a British television presenter and executive. ... Neighbours is a long-running Australian soap opera, which began airing in March 1985. ... EastEnders is a popular BBC television soap opera, first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC1 on 19 February 1985[2] and continuing to date. ... Gaby Roslin (born July 12, 1964) is a British television presenter. ... Tim Wonnacott is an antiques expert, whos career includes auctioning and television presenting. ... Christies Auction Room in London circa 1808. ...

Former presenters

  • Rob Bonnet - main sport presenter for ten years until October 2005
  • Jeremy Bowen - main presenter alongside Sophie Raworth between 2000 and 2002, now the BBC's Middle East Editor
  • Tanya Beckett - business news presenter
  • Darren Jordon - presented alongside Sarah Montague between 2000-2001, now deputy presenter on Al Jazeera English
  • Natasha Kaplinsky - main presenter alongside Dermot Murnaghan and Bill Turnbull between 2002 and 2005. Moved to present the Six O'Clock News, initially as cover for Sophie Raworth but was confirmed as full-time presenter in April 2006
  • Isobel Lang - weather presenter
  • Sarah Montague - presented alongside Darren Jordon, now presents BBC Radio 4's Today
  • Sophie Raworth - presented alongside Jeremy Bowen, Bill Turnbull and Dermot Murnaghan between 2000-2002, now presents the BBC's One O'Clock News
  • Moira Stuart - regular newsreader for Breakfast from launch until the relaunch of the programme in May 2006. She presented her last bulletin for Breakfast on 2006-04-26 and continues as newsreader on Sunday AM and The Politics Show as well as some weekend BBC News bulletins.
  • Mishal Husain - joined the program to cover for Sian Williams who had been covering Natasha Kaplinsky while Sophie Raworth was on maternity leave but then stayed on to take the role of secondary presenter permanently. She herself though recently went on maternity leave and has since been permanently replaced by Susanna Reid, and has rejoined BBC World as well as presenting else where.

Rob Bonnet is a BBC television journalist, presenting sport bulletins on BBC News services and Extratime, an interview programme on BBC World and BBC News 24. ... Jeremy Bowen has been Middle East Editor for BBC News since June 2005. ... Tanya Beckett is a BBC News presenter, currently co-anchoring the daily World Business Report programme on BBC World and BBC News 24 from the BBCs New York studio. ... Darren Jordon on the new-look BBC News Darren Jordon (born November 23, 1960) is a main newsreader on BBC 1. ... Al Jazeera English is a 24-hour English-language news and current affairs TV channel headquartered in Doha, Qatar. ... Natasha Kaplinsky (born 9 September 1972) is a British journalist and newsreader, currently working predominantly as a co-presenter of the Six OClock News with George Alagiah. ... Six OClock News is a documentary film by Ross McElwee about television news in the United States, the randomness of fate, the anxiety of parenting, and the difference between representation and reality. ... Isobel Lang is a BBC weather presenter. ... Sarah Montague is a British journalist best known for her work on BBC Radio 4 as a Political Correspondent and for presenting the Today Programme. ... BBC Radio 4 is a British domestic radio station which broadcasts a wide variety of chiefly spoken-word programmes including news, drama, comedy, science and history. ... Today, sometimes referred to as the Today programme to avoid ambiguity, is BBC Radio 4s long-running early morning news and current affairs programme, which is now broadcast from 6am to 9am from Monday to Friday and from 7am to 9am on Saturdays. ... Sophie Raworth presenting a BBC Six OClock News bulletin with her co-host George Alagiah Sophie Raworth at an awards ceremony Sophie Raworth (born 15 May 1968) is a newsreader on BBC Television in the UK, although she is currently not presenting due to taking maternity leave. ... BBC One OClock News Ident following the 2003 Relaunch BBC One OClock News ident used from 1999 until 2003 The BBC One OClock News is broadcast on BBC One Monday to Friday. ... Moira Stuart OBE (born 1952) is a British newsreader television, with most of her work being for the BBC. She is known for being the first black newsreader in the UK. At present she is the newsreader for the Sunday AM, and fronts some other weekend bulletins for the BBC... For the Manfred Mann album, see 2006 (album). ... April 26 is the 116th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (117th in leap years). ... Sunday AM is a television programme broadcasting on BBC One on sunday mornings. ... Mishal Husain presents Breakfast from Friday to Sunday each week. ... Natasha Kaplinsky (born 9 September 1972) is a British journalist and newsreader, currently working predominantly as a co-presenter of the Six OClock News with George Alagiah. ... Sophie Raworth presenting a BBC Six OClock News bulletin with her co-host George Alagiah Sophie Raworth at an awards ceremony Sophie Raworth (born 15 May 1968) is a newsreader on BBC Television in the UK, although she is currently not presenting due to taking maternity leave. ... Susanna Reid (born 10 Deecmber 1970) is a BBC News presenter, mainly on BBC News 24 and as a stand-in on BBC Breakfast After University, Reid started out at BBC Radio Bristol and then become a reporter for Radio Five Live. ... BBC World is the BBCs 24-hour international news and information television channel, launched in January 1995. ...

Awards

  • In March 2006, Breakfast won the TRIC (the Television and Radio Industry Club) award for best daytime television programme for the third year in a row.[13]

Spoofs

===main rivals Jonathan Peter Culshaw (born June 2, 1968 in Ormskirk, Lancashire) is an English impressionist and comedian. ... Dead Ringers is a UK radio and television comedy impressions show broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Two. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ...


theremain rival is gmtv wich is brodcasts at the same sort of time doing the same things tis is stiff comptition.


See also

BBC Portal

Image File history File links Portal. ... Breakfast television (UK) or morning show (U.S.) is a type of news and entertainment television program, broadcast live in the morning (typically between 6:00am and 9:00am). ... GMTV (Good Morning Television) is a national British breakfast television station owned by ITV plc (75%) and The Walt Disney Company (25%). It has held the license for the breakfast Channel 3 franchise since 1993, when it outbid the previous 6am-9. ...

References

  1. ^ About BBC Breakfast BBC News Online: 17 June 2003
  2. ^ David Kermode biography BBC Press Office
  3. ^ 20 years of breakfast television BBC News Online: 17 January 2003
  4. ^ The British victims of the quake BBC News Online: 10 January 2005
  5. ^ Julia George BBC News Online: 17 July 2002
  6. ^ Sarah Campbell BBC News Online: 12 November 2003
  7. ^ Graham Satchell BBC News Online: 19 June 2003
  8. ^ Podcasts from BBC News BBC News Online: 8 May 2006
  9. ^ The Day Team at Chatsworth BBC News Online: 17 October 2003
  10. ^ When Bill met Halle BBC News Online: 19 May 2006
  11. ^ Sir Michael Caine BBC News Online: 10 May 2006
  12. ^ Reese Witherspoon, live on Breakfast BBC News Online: 1 February 2006
  13. ^ Hat-tric for Breakfast BBC News Online: 7 March 2006

External links

  • BBC Breakfast at bbc.co.uk
  • BBC Breakfast - Presenter profiles
  • An unofficial history of the BBC's breakfast television from the 1980s from TV Ark

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