I hate all that. Editorial comments and emojis have no place in the tweets of a news programme.
Also worth noting - Kate Garraway presents a live radio show at 10am. Presumably if GMB were to run until 9am, this would have a negative effect on her radio show? (Unless the studios are VERY close together.)
Television Centre to Global is about 30-40 minutes driving although I think it can be done by tube and walk in about the same time although I believe Kate and other presenters use limo bikes
Is that just a really really long bike?
To be fair to him, did he 'fail' as a talent show judge? Seems he had a fairly good run at it to me
Dunno. I’m just trying to spice things up. Haha. Well, he wasn’t asked back, was he? Or did he resign. Either way, love Susan for silencing him.
He did 4 series here and 6 in the US, quitting both when he got his CNN show.
Agree it isn't great if Piers' views are seemingly becoming the editorial policy of the show. Though controversial and sometimes crossing the line I do think it is fine for GMB to allow viewers to see their hosts have opinions, but they should always be framed as the opinion of the host and not the show - and the same with guests too. Fine to share that Boycott clip but the accompanying tweet is way off the mark.
I preferred the internet when it had a sense of humour.