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Breakfast Time (UK)

Breakfast Time (UK)


The series premiered on January 17, 1983 on BBC1 in the United Kingdom. It featured a mixture of news and celebrity guests and it was originally presented by Frank Bough and Selina Scott.

The series also offered viewers advise and tips on various different topics. Regular news updates were also given throughout the show.
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Episode Info

Final: 7x187 -- Episode 1732 (Sep/29/1989)


The Breakfast Time team are joined by different celebrity guests. The show also features news from around the United Kingdom and the rest of the world as well as the latest sports news and weather updates.
Cast
Frank Bough
As Presenter (1983-1987)
Jeremy Paxman
As Presenter (1986-1989)
John Stapleton
As Presenter (1986-1989)
Kirsty Wark
As Presenter (1986-1989)
Mike Smith (2)
As Presenter (1983-1986)
Nick Ross
As Presenter (1983-1986)
Sally Magnusson
As Presenter (1986-1989)
Selina Scott
As Presenter (1983-1986)
Sue Cook
As Presenter (1985-1986)
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Recurring Guests

Francis Wilson (1732 eps)
Bob Wilson (2) (741 eps)
Bob Friend (2) (681 eps)
Russell Grant (472 eps)
Sue Carpenter (449 eps)
Sally Jones (416 eps)
Glynn Christian (411 eps)
David Icke (326 eps)
Guy Michelmore (320 eps)
Alan Titchmarsh (262 eps)

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Warning: Breakfast Time (UK) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: News
Genre: Family
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays at 07:00 am
Runtime: 120 Minutes
Premiere: January 17, 1983
Ended: September 29, 1989
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