Good Morning Britain was taken off-air this morning after a fire broke out at ITV studios.
Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers tackled the fire, which left part of a post room on the first floor damaged.
Fifty people were evacuated from the block while firefighters tackled the blaze, which has now been put out.
A statement released by London Fire Brigade said:
“Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers have tackled a small fire at ITV Studios on London’s Southbank this morning.
“Part of a post room on the first floor was damaged by fire. The fire meant that Good Morning Britain was taken off air.”
Good Morning Britain remained off air until the Lorraine programme began as scheduled at 08.30am.
— Ben Shephard (@benshephard) March 25, 2016
Tyne Tees – the ITV television franchise for North East England – is celebrating 60 years on air today. It launched on 15 January 1959 from studios at a converted warehouse in City Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, remaining in the… Read more
BBC weather presenter Dianne Oxberry has died from cancer at the age of 51. She died at the Christie hospital in Manchester on Thursday morning (10th Jan). Totally, utterly, completely devastated. Just can’t believe we have lost the lovely hugely… Read more
Sky News will tweak its daytime schedule starting from Monday 7th January 2019. The main changes will see Ian King Live move from 6.30pm to 1.30pm, and Sky News Sunrise reduced to three hours. 06.00am – 09.00am: Sky News Sunrise… Read more