BBC Breakfast viewers react after ‘surprise’ shakeup to presenting schedule

BBC Breakfast looked a little different on Sunday morning when it aired in its usual timeslot thanks to a twist in the presenting panel.

The current affairs programme, which airs daily from 6am, usually features Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt on Sundays, however, Sarah Campbell and Roger Johnson were the presenters for the weekend show.

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Taking to social media site X, formerly known as Twitter, Sarah, who has appeared frequently on Breakfast and is a respected journalist and TV presenter, shared a selfie alongside her colleague, writing: “Morning – @RogerJ_01 and me on the sofa. Feeling feel free to join us – on BBC1 until 7.30 then – on BBC2 until 9. @BBCBreakfast.”

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Many were delighted by the “surprise” when they saw Sarah and Roger on their screens as they broke the news from the red sofa. “Great job again this morning Sarah, beautiful and talented, you and Rog should be a permanent relationship, have a great day,” wrote one viewer on Xu.

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Another said: “Nice to see you again”, while a third wrote: “Late nights out and just catching up watching iPlayer (!) – great team!” A fourth, meanwhile, wrote: “Good morning Sarah. Nice surprise to see you this morning looking beautiful as always.”

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The morning news show has changed its panel frequently recently. Naga Munchetty was noticeably absent last week as he enjoyed a few days off for a golf holiday.

Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty on BBC Breakfast© BBCCharlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty on BBC Breakfast

Keeping her Instagram followers updated, she shared a number of pictures from her trip to Scotland. The broadcaster captioned it: “A week in my happy place. Great fun, great weather and lots of golf to tackle. Felt fantastic to be somewhere so peaceful and lots of laughs with friends.”

Naga added: “I even managed to fit in a bit of running along the coast and the track (and no, I didn’t run on the green!) I can’t wait to be there again.”

Ben Boulos and Tina Daheley on BBC Breakfast© BBCBBC Breakfast often changes its presenters

Meanwhile, Naga’s co-pilot Charlie Stayt also had some time off recently. As fans tuned in to BBC Breakfast on Friday, fellow journalist Ben Thompson sat alongside Naga.

BBC Breakfast Studio© BBCBBC Breakfast Studio

While Charlie’s absence has yet to be explained, Naga and Ben are happy to fill in for him and share a joke or two between segments. Having worked for the BBC since 2001, Ben is a familiar face in the newsroom and appears regularly on Breakfast.

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