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BBC Breakfast Down The Years

BBC Breakfast Down The Years

On Friday April 28 2006, Breakfast broadcast its last programme from TC7, its home for many years. From the following Tuesday, Breakfast was broadcast from a combined studio with the National bulletins.

To mark the end of an era, Bill Turnbull looked back on Breakfast sets and styles down the years.

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