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BBC Breakfast - 16th July onwards

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JW
JamesWorldNews
It happened a few weeks ago as well, during Simon McCoy if I’m not mistaken.

24 days later

JW
JamesWorldNews
Coming up later on BBC Breakfast (Time), The Green Goddess, Diana Moran, will put us through our paces........
BR
Brekkie
Only caught a bit this morning with Dan and two guests spread out on the sofa so have they opted to go single anchored for now (due to both social distancing and potential self isolation) or was Louise on location (or hosting from home?)
RN
Rolling News
Only caught a bit this morning with Dan and two guests spread out on the sofa so have they opted to go single anchored for now (due to both social distancing and potential self isolation) or was Louise on location (or hosting from home?)

Same as yesterday (both in the studio and on the sofa but miles apart).
SP
Spencer
At a time when you want as few people as possible in a workplace, isn’t it time Sally Nugent was sent home?

There is no sport happening, so surely they can dispense with sport bulletins now.

And any significant developments, such as the inevitable postponement of the Olympics, will be covered as part of the news.
Ittr, Stuart and Markymark gave kudos
ST
Stuart
BBC Breakfast also practising greater 'social distancing' from this morning . . .
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watchingtv and Custard56 gave kudos
CU
Custard56
I notice they're no longer panning out when they cut away for the regional news, instead playing the orange sting. Presumably because a panning out shot doesn't look as good with the distance between the presenters?

On a side note, are the new London and South East regional bulletins just for Breakfast, or throughout the day?
GE
thegeek Founding member
I notice they're no longer panning out when they cut away for the regional news, instead playing the orange sting. Presumably because a panning out shot doesn't look as good with the distance between the presenters?

perhaps there are fewer camera operators in the studio?
ST
Stuart
I notice they're no longer panning out when they cut away for the regional news, instead playing the orange sting. Presumably because a panning out shot doesn't look as good with the distance between the presenters?

On a side note, are the new London and South East regional bulletins just for Breakfast, or throughout the day?

They are still using the wide shot at the TOTH/ BOTH, but it looks rather odd as the distance between them is exaggerated by the wide-angle lens (or whatever method they use to make the image closer to the camera appear larger).

BBC London & BBC South East have been doing a joint bulletin (from Tunbridge Wells) since Saturday, presumably to reduce the need to require staffing Studio D at NBH.
ST
Stuart
Here is the rather odd wide shot . . .
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Louise has been saying that she wants a side table for her coffee, Sally offered to bring one in, so we'll see if anything appears tomorrow. Very Happy
MA
Markymark

Louise has been saying that she wants a side table for her coffee, Sally offered to bring one in, so we'll see if anything appears tomorrow. Very Happy


Ikea have shut all their stores now.
SW
Steve Williams
On a side note, are the new London and South East regional bulletins just for Breakfast, or throughout the day?


It's just at breakfast.

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