Wonder if it's the "TC7 replacement" I.e. Newsnight, Andrew Marr, Politics Show and (if common sense prevails) Breakfast if the move North is abandoned.
What is so wrong about Breakfast moving to Greater Manchester?
Have you ever been to Salford Quays?
I don't have a problem with the place it may move to, it is the fact that it will have a noticeable impact editorially on Breakfast when it comes to one of the most important aspects of the programme: guests. The vast majority of the interviews on Breakfast will all be down-the-line one-camera affairs from London, rather than the case at the moment where the majority are conducted in studio.
So the university professors they use down south are far superior to the in the north?
They do not have people of expertise in the north?
only exceptions, I can see will be politicians, who should be westminster and presumably those are currently interviewed via screen anyway from the Westminster office; and the other being people from the press (but saying that the press have offices in the north.
In other words, does it not work the other way round at present, anyway? How many interviews are conducted don the wire from the Manchester studios?
Also when it comes to the lighter part of the show (I.e the last 45 mins) thenwon't they use guests who are actually based in the north than the expense of getting them down south? How much of problem was it for This Morning to get guests to Liverpool? (who didn't have a large airport at the time, and considering it was the selfish nature of Richard and Judy for moving south rather than for guests itself - in reality they supposedly blackmailed Granada, at the time)
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