Was wondering if there was any potential to convert any space into studio space for their daytime shows but it doesn't really look like it to be honest.
The problem with doing that isn't just the space -and its not just a case of just needing room for a studio floor* - but the infrastructure supporting the studio.
The studio and its technology needs extra air-conditioning plant and if they wanted to broadcast one of their daytime programmes from there some sort of backup power would be a good idea. This is the sort of plant that a regular office block doesn't have and retrofitting it isnt always ideal and you annoy your neighbours and the landlord with all the work.
I've worked at a broadcaster based in a floor of an office block in the centre of London, all the other floors were banks and ours was meant to be too, and it wasn't ideal. No generator, we had a room full of batteries that lasted from 5 - 30 minutes, no dishes allowed on the roof and the standard air con inadequate for a room of broadcast plant. Plus the logistics of having staff coming and going 24 hour 7 days a week and having camera crews clogging up reception with their kit. It pee'd off the building's owners
*galleries, dressing rooms, makeup, green room, apparatus room, plus room for the shows production team during the programme, engineering support etc
DeMarkay and Brekkie gave kudos