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Breakfast Season 2021 Air Dates


S2021E01 - 01/01/21 Air Date: 01 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E02 - 02/01/21 Air Date: 02 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E03 - 03/01/21 Air Date: 03 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E04 - 04/01/21 Air Date: 04 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

- First doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine are given

- President Trump has been recorded telling Georgia's top election official to "find" votes to overturn the US election

- Nirmal Purja is attempting to climb K2 in the winter


S2021E05 - 05/01/21 Air Date: 05 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

- England & Scotland begin new lockdowns.

-We'll speak to Cabinet Minister Michael Gove, Labour leader Keir Starmer, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon & Lib Dem leader Edward J. Davey.

-A panel of experts to answer your questions. 


S2021E06 - 06/01/21 Air Date: 06 January 2021 06:00 -

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Coming up on BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin...

- England's third national lockdown legally comes into force.

- It is thought one in 50 people in England had the virus last week.

- Chris and Xander Van Tulleken are giving free online sciences lessons. 


S2021E07 - 07/01/21 Air Date: 07 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Naga and Charlie

-Four people die as President Trump's supporters storm America's Capitol Building.

-Boris Johnson has joined politicians from around the world in condemning rioters.

-Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine rolled out to hundreds of GPs in England. 


S2021E08 - 08/01/21 Air Date: 08 January 2021 06:00 -

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Coming up on BBC Breakfast with Naga and Charlie

- England and Scotland arrivals to need a negative coronavirus test.

- US President Trump commits to an 'orderly' transition of power.

- Preview a Perfect Planet, the new David Attenborough programme. 


S2021E09 - 09/01/21 Air Date: 09 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E10 - 10/01/21 Air Date: 10 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E11 - 11/01/21 Air Date: 11 January 2021 06:00 -

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Coming up on BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin

- Mass vaccination centres to open in England.

- England's Chief Medical Officer Prof Chris Whitty will answer your questions.

- Joe Wicks is back and kicking off #BBCLockdownLife. 


S2021E12 - 12/01/21 Air Date: 12 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

- The PM says he's prepared to impose tougher restrictions if current guidance is ignored

- Morrisons & Sainsbury's will increase the enforcement of wearing face-coverings

- Maddie Moate & Greg Foot join us for #BBCLockdownLife


S2021E13 - 13/01/21 Air Date: 13 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...

- Free school meals must 'urgently' improve, demands minister.

- Tighter rules on takeaways and shopping are expected in Scotland.

- Re-united: Penny and Alan, the spaniel was stolen from her owner just before Christmas.


S2021E14 - 14/01/21 Air Date: 14 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Naga and Charlie

- High Street pharmacies start vaccinations in England.

- Donald Trump becomes the first president in US history to be impeached twice.

- Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock shares his tips for staying fit #BBCLockdownLife. 


S2021E15 - 15/01/21 Air Date: 15 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Naga and Charie

- UK's ban on South America travellers comes into force.

- Marcus Rashford and top chefs demand free school meals review.

- In an exclusive, Sir Kenny Dalglish talks dementia in football, Sir Alex Ferguson and Marcus Rashford. 


S2021E16 - 16/01/21 Air Date: 16 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E17 - 17/01/21 Air Date: 17 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E18 - 18/01/21 Air Date: 18 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

- Vaccination rollout begins for over-70s in England; we'll speak to NHS England's Prof Stephen Powis at 0830.

- The UK closes all travel corridors until at least February 15th.

- Myleene Klass on making music lessons fun. 


S2021E19 - 19/01/21 Air Date: 19 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...

- Biden says travel bans will stay despite Trump order. 

- Storm Christoph brings 'danger to life' flood warnings.

- We'll speak to #LFC captain Jordan Henderson - he's now the official champion of NHS Charities.


S2021E20 - 20/01/21 Air Date: 20 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast

-Donald Trump's four years as US President ends today as Joe Biden prepares to be swore in

-Emergency services in the north of England are preparing for widespread flooding #StormChristoph

-Meet Sean: the paralysed ambulance call handler walking for 'NHS heroes' 


S2021E21 - 21/01/21 Air Date: 21 January 2021 06:00 -

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Coming up on BBC Breakfast with Naga & Charlie

- The new US President Biden sets to work on reversing Donald Trump policies with executive orders

- Thousands evacuated amid floods and snow #StormChristoph

- We'll speak to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson at 0730 


S2021E22 - 22/01/21 Air Date: 22 January 2021 06:00 -

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Coming up on BBC Breakfast with Naga and Charlie

- Ministers to consider £500 Covid payment to boost self-isolation rates

- US President Biden signs 10 executive orders as part of 'wartime' Covid plan

- Mr. Motivator is back on #BBCLockdownLife 


S2021E23 - 23/01/21 Air Date: 23 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E24 - 24/01/21 Air Date: 24 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E25 - 25/01/21 Air Date: 25 January 2021 06:00 -

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Coming up on BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin

- MPs demand 'clarity' on school reopenings in England.

- Katie Price on Harvey's move to a specialist college.

- We'll catch up with Rob Burrow after he received his first Covid vaccine. 


S2021E26 - 26/01/21 Air Date: 26 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin...

- Quarantine hotel plans set to be announced

- Boris Johnson's personal trainer Harry Jamieson joins us for #BBCLockdownLife

- Get some advice from the pros - as a month into #Lockdown3 and the home haircuts are back 


S2021E27 - 27/01/21 Air Date: 27 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...

- The PM 'deeply sorry' as UK Covid deaths exceed 100,000.

- We'll remember the victims, through the memories of their loved ones.

- And speak to Robert Jenrick, Jon Ashworth & Justin Welby.


S2021E28 - 28/01/21 Air Date: 28 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Charlie & Naga...

- English schools could return on March 8th 'at the earliest'  

- We have reaction from parents and will speak to Michael  Gove & Angela Rayner

- Two-time gold medallist Helen Glover tells Sally Nugent she back and aiming for  Tokyo 2020 


S2021E29 - 29/01/21 Air Date: 29 January 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Charlie & Naga...

- Novavax vaccine shows 89% efficacy in UK trials

- Pupils in Wales could start returning to the classroom after February half term. 

- #PerfectPlanet makers share their experience filming orphaned elephants 


S2021E30 - 30/01/21 Air Date: 30 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E31 - 31/01/21 Air Date: 31 January 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E32 - 01/02/21 Air Date: 01 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast w/ Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

-Captain Sir Tom Moore has been admitted to hospital with pneumonia and Covid

-EU says AstraZeneca will now supply an additional 9 million vaccine doses by March

-A vaccine has been offered to every eligible care home in England 


S2021E33 - 02/02/21 Air Date: 02 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast w/ Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

... - A testing blitz to 'find every case' of the South African variant in England is underway.

 - Captain Sir Tom Moore's family are with him in hospital. 

- Lenny Henry a.k.a. #MaskedSingerUK's the Blob launches #RedNoseDay2021.


S2021E34 - 03/02/21 Air Date: 03 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast we celebrate the life of Captain Sir Tom Moore, who's died aged 100.

- Across the UK landmarks illuminate in his honour.

- We'll bring reaction and tributes from those he loved, helped and inspired.

- Including Michael Vaughan, Michael Ball and NHS Charities. 


S2021E35 - 04/02/21 Air Date: 04 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Charlie & Naga...

- A Covid trial in the UK examines mixing different vaccines.

- Anne Sacoolas, the woman accused of killing Harry Dunn, 'worked for US intelligence'.

- Sally Nugent speaks to British tennis hopeful Francesca Jones. 


S2021E36 - 05/02/21 Air Date: 05 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga

- UK hotel quarantine to start on February 15th 

- Ofgem's new energy price cap will be announced 

- HIV testing figures are up since its broadcast, we'll speak to the cast about the #ItsASin effect


S2021E37 - 06/02/2021 Air Date: 06 February 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E38 - 07/02/2021 Air Date: 07 February 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E39 - 08/02/2021 Air Date: 08 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin...

- People can have confidence in UK's jabs, vaccines minister says.

- #BeastFromTheEast2: More heavy snow forecast for parts of England.

- Even music legends dread home schooling, we'll hear from #FooFighters' Dave Grohl. 


S2021E40 - 09/02/2021 Air Date: 09 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Louise Minchin & Dan Walker...

- Travellers to the UK are set to be tested after arrival.

- Covid support 'repeatedly skewed towards men', say MPs.

- A Golden Retriever lost in freezing mountains for two weeks is reunited with owners. 


S2021E41 - 10/02/2021 Air Date: 10 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...

- Further funding to deal with the cladding crisis is expected

- Covid restrictions have made it tougher for young people with cancer, say leading charities

- The latest Zoom fail: the lawyer who went to court as a cat


S2021E42 - 11/02/2021 Air Date: 11 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Charlie & Naga

- Government to unveil major reforms of the NHS in England

- Labour accuses the government of mixed messages over summer getaways

- We catch up with best friends Hughie & Freddie, who  raised thousands for the hospital treating Hughie 


S2021E43 - 12/02/2021 Air Date: 12 February 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Charlie & Naga...

- Details of the restrictions to be brought in at England's quarantine hotels

- The search for a soulmate moves online for Valentine's Day

- A huge fire has broken out across moorland in Dartmoor, Devon 


S2021E44 - 13/02/2021 Air Date: 13 February 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E45 - 14/02/2021 Air Date: 14 February 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E46 - 15/02/2021 Air Date: 15 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast this morning:

We're inside one of the UK's designated quarantine hotels

15m UK vaccinations: we'll ask Health Secretary Matt Hancock if everyone in the top 4 priority groups has been offered a jab

and 11-year-old Immy is walking 874 miles in memory of her mum


S2021E47 - 16/02/2021 Air Date: 16 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast today:

Is rapid testing the answer to re-opening UK hospitality?

We'll ask vaccines minister Nadim Zahawi

The mountain rescue volunteer who sustained life changing injuries helping lockdown rule-breakers

GBBO finalist Laura shares her tips for perfect pancakes 


S2021E48 - 17/02/2021 Air Date: 17 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast today...

- Hannah Ingram-Moore reflects on the life of her father, Captain Sir Tom Moore

- Hospital leaders warn the PM not to ease lockdown in England until services are less stretched

- Calls on the government to protect access to cash for the most vulnerable


S2021E49 - 18/02/2021 Air Date: 18 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Naga & Jon

- There has been a strong decline in coronavirus across England since January, say scientists

- A call for more support for frontline staff suffering long Covid, we have a special report

- Prince Philip spends second night in hospital 


S2021E50 - 19/02/2021 Air Date: 19 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Jon and Naga... 

- NASA has successfully landed its most advanced spacecraft yet on Mars 

- Park Lane Stables is staying as £1m goal reached 

- Max the Springer Spaniel has become the first pet to receive an Order of Merit


S2021E51 - 20/02/2021 Air Date: 20 February 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E52 - 21/02/2021 Air Date: 21 February 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E53 - 22/02/2021 Air Date: 22 February 2021 06:00 -

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Coming up on #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Louise... 

- The PM's cautious four-part plan to lift lockdown

- Schools in England are expected to fully reopen from March 8th

- The phased re-opening of schools begins in Scotland and Wales today 


S2021E54 - 23/02/2021 Air Date: 23 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Louise... 

- The PM promises a "one way road to freedom" as he sets out his plan to relax lockdown restrictions

- We'll speak to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock

- New footage of the moment Nasa's Perseverance rover touched down on Mars 


S2021E55 - 24/02/2021 Air Date: 24 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Louise...

- Golf champion Tiger Woods suffers 'multiple leg injuries' in a car crash

- Secondary schools in England are set to receive funding to run summer schools

- Sea turtles rescued in Texas are released back into the ocean on slides 


S2021E56 - 25/02/2021 Air Date: 25 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Naga and Jon...

-  Teachers in England will decide their students' GCSE and A-Level results this year

- UK 4G smartphone owners may be due £480m pay-out

- How 30,000 elephant 'selfies' will help in a conservation project


S2021E57 - 26/02/2021 Air Date: 26 February 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast w/ Naga & Jon

- The Queen says her Covid vaccine 'didn't hurt at all'

- Alex Salmond is set to give evidence accusing Nicola Sturgeon of misleading the Scottish Parliament

- Racing driver Billy Monger has nearly finished his epic Comic Relief challenge


S2021E58 - 27/02/2021 Air Date: 27 February 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E59 - 28/02/2021 Air Date: 28 February 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E60 - 01/03/2021 Air Date: 01 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...

- First glimpse of Harry and Meghan's interview with Oprah Winfrey with an emotional reference to his mother

- UK officials search for one of six people infected with new Brazilian variant of virus

- The Crown wins four awards at the #GoldenGlobes


S2021E61 - 02/03/2021 Air Date: 02 March 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...

- Budget 2021: Communities could be given up to £250k to take over struggling pubs

- Covid vaccines cut risk of serious illness by 80%

- #GoldenGlobes winner Emma Corrin and her role as Princess Diana in The Crown. 


S2021E62 - 03/03/2021 Air Date: 03 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...

-The Chancellor is set to extend furlough in his Budget

-Nicola Sturgeon is to face a Holyrood inquiry today, it's investigating the Scottish government's mishandling of complaints against Alex Salmond

-Dolly Parton receives the Covid vaccine she helped fund. 


S2021E63 - 04/03/2021 Air Date: 04 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...

- Rishi Sunak defends plans to raise overall taxation to the highest level since the 1960s, we'll speak to the Chancellor at 0730

- Meghan accuses the Royal family of 'perpetuating falsehoods'

- SpaceX's Starship rocket lands but then explodes


S2021E64 - 05/03/2021 Air Date: 05 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...

-Plans for a 1% NHS pay rise are dismissed by unions as a ''kick in the teeth''

-Police chiefs say the Premier League & the Football League need to work better with the police to stamp out racist abuse

-Banksy confirms he's responsible for Reading jail artwork


S2021E65 - 06/03/2021 Air Date: 06 March 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E66 - 07/03/2021 Air Date: 07 March 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E67 - 08/03/2021 Air Date: 08 March 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast on Monday all the details from the Oprah interview with Meghan & Harry as it's broadcast overnight in the US.

Plus all your news, sport and weather as all pupils return to school in England.

Join Dan Walker, Louise Minchin, Sally Nugent and Carol Kirkwood from 6am


S2021E68 - 09/03/2021 Air Date: 09 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

- Buckingham Palace remains silent 24 hours after Harry & Meghan's Oprah interview

- Harry Dunn suspect is 'willing to do community service'

- The daughter of footballer Gordon McQueen speaks about her dad's dementia diagnosis


S2021E69 - 10/03/2021 Air Date: 10 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin

- A serving Met police officer has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of Sarah Everard

- The Queen responds to the Harry and Meghan interview

- Chanua the rhino begins her journey from Yorkshire to Tanzania 


S2021E70 - 11/03/2021 Air Date: 11 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga

- Human remains have been found in the search for missing Sarah Everard

- A boy who suffered life-changing burns in a fire that killed his younger brother, raises money for charity

- Lockdown sees a spike in organised litter picks 


S2021E71 - 12/03/2021 Air Date: 12 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga

- The family of Sarah Everard pay tribute

- Those closest to Caroline Flack open up about her life, in a new documentary

- Former Royal Marine Commando, Mark Ormrod who lost three limbs in Afghanistan takes on a gruelling charity run 


S2021E72 - 13/03/2021 Air Date: 13 March 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E73 - 14/03/2021 Air Date: 14 March 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E74 - 15/03/2021 Air Date: 15 March 2021 06:00 -

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On BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin

- Boris Johnson expresses "deep concern" following the Sarah Everard vigil

- Thousands of red phone boxes are being offered to communities for £1

- Beyoncé breaks the Grammy's record for the most awards ever won by a woman 


S2021E75 - 16/03/2021 Air Date: 16 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin

- The World Health Organisation says Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is safe, as more EU countries suspend rollout

- Downing Street unveils measures to protect women

- A wildlife photographer who found inspiration closer to home


S2021E76 - 17/03/2021 Air Date: 17 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin...

- The government says the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is safe, as more EU countries pause rollout

- UK Uber drivers receive the legal minimum wage from today

- Tips on how to help your dog adjust to post-pandemic life 


S2021E77 - 18/03/2021 Air Date: 18 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga

- Warnings of a significant reduction in vaccine supply next month

- Patients may have had "do not resuscitate" decisions placed on them during the pandemic, without their knowledge

- Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar on the new series


S2021E78 - 19/03/2021 Air Date: 19 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga

- The rollout of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine resumes in several EU countries, after regulators say it's safe

- Student nurses on what it's like to train during a pandemic

- Tips on getting your garden spring ready, with Monty Don 


S2021E79 - 20/03/2021 Air Date: 20 March 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E80 - 21/03/2021 Air Date: 21 March 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E81 - 22/03/2021 Air Date: 22 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Sally Nugent...

- Police attacked as Bristol protest turns violent

- Talks between the PM and EU leaders are expected this week, as tensions rise over vaccine supply

- Your #lifebeforelockdown pictures 


S2021E82 - 23/03/2021 Air Date: 23 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Sally Nugent

- UK is marking one year since the first lockdown was announced

- Anyone caught leaving the UK from England without a reasonable excuse could be fined £5,000 from Monday

- What you can do to give declining hedgehog numbers a boost 


S2021E83 - 24/03/2021 Air Date: 24 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...

- Fourteen people have been arrested at a second night of protests in Bristol

- The home secretary promises an overhaul of the asylum seeker rules

- KJT tells Sally Nugent about growing up and feeling the need to fit in and giving back to younger athletes 


S2021E84 - 25/03/2021 Air Date: 25 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga...

- EU leaders to discuss boosting vaccine supplies

- Pubs could ask to see vaccine passports

- Drone shots of the erupting volcano in Iceland 


S2021E85 - 26/03/2021 Air Date: 26 March 2021 06:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga...

- Inside the factory preparing almost all of the UK's supply of AstraZeneca jabs

- 'Stay local' rules will lift in Wales from tomorrow

- The pheasant who is making a postman's life a misery by attacking him 


S2021E86 - 27/03/2021 Air Date: 27 March 2021 06:00 -

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S2021E87 - 28/03/2021 Air Date: 28 March 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E88 - 29/03/2021 Air Date: 29 March 2021 05:00 -

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On Breakfast with Dan Walker and Sally Nugent...

- Lockdown restrictions in England are eased

- The huge container ship that had blocked the Suez Canal in Egypt has been freed

- We meet the first Brit to climb one of the most difficult rock faces in the world 


S2021E89 - 30/03/2021 Air Date: 30 March 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Sally Nugent

-  A World Health Organisation report into the cause of the pandemic

- Sir Lenny Henry leads a campaign for black people to get the vaccine

- Amanda Gorman on performing at President Biden's inauguration, race and the future 


S2021E90 - 31/03/2021 Air Date: 31 March 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Nina Warhurst...

- The Health Secretary warns people not to "blow it" as crowds enjoy the sun

- Shielding for millions of people ends in England and Wales

- The 89 year old veteran, rollerskating around his courtyard for charity 


S2021E91 - 01/04/2021 Air Date: 01 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga

- A helpline goes live, after thousands of sexual abuse allegations from UK students

- Calls to crackdown on litter louts as lockdown restrictions ease

- Rick Astley is back with details of his first live performance in a year 


S2021E92 - 02/04/2021 Air Date: 02 April 2021 05:00 -

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On Good Friday #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga

- More than 70 MPs and peers oppose the idea of so-called vaccine passports

- A hand-painted wall of hearts in tribute to every life lost to Covid-19

- An appeal to stay away from seals if you see them on our coastline 


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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise & Roger

-Tests to be offered twice-weekly to all in England

-The PM will give details about his plans to further ease lockdown in England today

-Riz Ahmed, who's been Oscar nominated for his portrayal of a drummer who loses his hearing 


S2021E96 - 06/04/2021 Air Date: 06 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin & Dan Walker

- Shops, gyms and hairdressers can reopen next week in England.

- Police searching for student Richard Okorogheye say a body has been found.

- One year since Captain Sir Tom's walking challenge, we speak to his daughter Hannah 


S2021E97 - 07/04/2021 Air Date: 07 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin

- An Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine trial on children has been paused but scientists urge people to take the jab

- Primark and John Lewis confirm they'll open for longer in England

- Dan and Lou take on the #IceFoot92 challenge 


S2021E98 - 08/04/2021 Air Date: 08 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Naga and Charlie
- Ministers urge people to get their jabs, after it was linked to extremely rare blood clots.
- Another night of violence in Northern Ireland. 
- We speak to workout guru Courtney Black on how to ease yourself back to the gym 


S2021E99 - 09/04/2021 Air Date: 09 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Naga and Charlie
- Plans to reopen international travel but there's criticism from airports and airlines. 
- Petrol bombs and fireworks thrown in another night of rioting in Belfast 
- Live at Blackpool Pleasure Beach celebrating its 125th birthday


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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...
- PM warns people to 'behave responsibly' as England  lockdown eases
- We're live as outdoor hospitality, shops & hairdressers re-open
- The Duke of Edinburgh's children pay tribute to their father 


S2021E103 - 13/04/2021 Air Date: 13 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin
- The target for offering a vaccine to all over 50's & people in high-risk groups in the UK is met
- High Streets and beer gardens are busy once again in England
- Young conservationist six-year-old Aneeshwar feeds the tigers


S2021E104 - 14/04/2021 Air Date: 14 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin & Dan Walker...
- The US and Europe pause use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine
- MP's prepare to vote on a Parliamentary inquiry into David Cameron's lobbying
- We're live in the Bristol skies as hot air ballon rides return in England


S2021E105 - 15/04/2021 Air Date: 15 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...
- David Cameron says he will 'respond positively' to MPs' lobbying inquiry
- Sir David Attenborough looks at how our relationship with wildlife and nature changed during the pandemic
- What caused the largest landslide in 60 years on Dorset's Jurassic coast 


S2021E106 - 16/04/2021 Air Date: 16 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga...
- Final preparations are being made ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral
- Chicago police release video of officer shooting dead 13-year-old boy
- We'll hear from the business owners benefitting from the rise in domestic holidays 


S2021E107 - 17/04/2021 Air Date: 17 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin and Dan Walker 
- Football divided. Six Premier League clubs confirm they'll join a breakaway European Super League. 
- A busy weekend for some pubs but hospitality bosses warn many remain closed. 
- Bjorn on all things ABBA


S2021E110 - 20/04/2021 Air Date: 20 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin 
- The row over the European Super League continues. We're joined by Alan Shearer.
- The jury considers its verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, accused of the murder of George Floyd.
- NASA flies a small helicopter on Mars 


S2021E111 - 21/04/2021 Air Date: 21 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin 
- Ex police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murdering George Floyd, a US jury finds
- All six English clubs leave the European Super League
- Lockdown fashion trends with Trinny Woodall 


S2021E112 - 22/04/2021 Air Date: 22 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Ben + Naga
-Boris Johnson to tell World Leaders urgent action is needed to save the planet.
-Driving tests in England and Wales resume today
-We speak to Marcus Rashford as he helps to create cheap healthy meals 


S2021E113 - 23/04/2021 Air Date: 23 April 2021 05:00 -

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Coming up on #BBCBreakfast with Ben + Naga
- India joins UK's "red list" for travel
- Convictions of around 40 former postmasters accused of stealing from the Post Office could be quashed today 
- And the work to save England's highest mountain from erosion


S2021E114 - 24/04/2021 Air Date: 24 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin 
- India has recorded another global record of new coronavirus cases 
- Sir Anthony Hopkins and Daniel Kaluuya among the British winners at the Oscars
- Line of Duty's Kelly Macdonald aka DCI Jo Davidson joins us after 8am 


S2021E117 - 27/04/2021 Air Date: 27 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker Louise Minchin 
- Boris Johnson facing more questions over how the refurbishment of his Downing St flat was paid for
- Tributes are being paid to man who died after River Thames rescue attempt
- The dancing grandma who's an internet star 


S2021E118 - 28/04/2021 Air Date: 28 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin 
- India's death toll passes 200,000 as coronavirus cases surge
- A single dose of a Covid vaccine can cut transmission by up to half, according to a new study
- Self driving cars could be on UK roads by the end of the year 


S2021E119 - 29/04/2021 Air Date: 29 April 2021 05:00 -

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Coming up on #BBCBreakfast with Charlie + Naga
-The UK has secured a further 60 million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine 
-Tributes being paid to the former Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins, after his death, aged 90
-Sir Tom Jones joins us after 8am 


S2021E120 - 30/04/2021 Air Date: 30 April 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie + Naga 
- Dozens of people have been killed in a stampede at a religious festival in Israel
- Sport stars begin a social media boycott to tackle online abuse
- We meet AC-12's latest recruits ahead of the Line of Duty final this weekend


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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin & Jon Kay...
- A call for lighted candles to remember murdered PCSO Julia James  
- We'll speak to Labour leader Keir Starmer ahead of Thursday's elections 
- Charity walker Speedo Mick says the isolation of lockdown nearly broke him 


S2021E125 - 05/05/2021 Air Date: 05 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin
-A final day of campaigning ahead of Thursday's elections
-Veteran Harry Billinge is back out collecting after shielding
-F1 driver Romain Grosjean prepares to get back behind the wheel after escaping a terrifying crash and fire


S2021E126 - 06/05/2021 Air Date: 06 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Sally Nugent & Ben Thompson...  
- A Royal Navy boat is patrolling Jersey amid fishing row
- Sophie Lancaster's mum is helping Coronation Street with a storyline based on her daughter's murder
- We'll speak to Little Mix about their first music as trio 


S2021E127 - 07/05/2021 Air Date: 07 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Jon & Naga...
- The outcome of the Hartlepool by-election - Tories are set for a stunning success
- Travel companies and holidaymakers await 'green list' of destinations
- We speak to friends of Sarm Hislop, who vanished from a Caribbean yacht 


S2021E128 - 08/05/2021 Air Date: 08 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin
- Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer reshuffles his Shadow Cabinet
- Hugs are expected to be allowed again in England from next week.
- TV presenter Scarlett Moffatt speaks exclusively about her struggles with mental health 


S2021E131 - 11/05/2021 Air Date: 11 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin 
- Appeals for calm as violence escalates between Israel and Palestinians.
- A 'skills revolution' in England will be promised in the Queen's Speech today 
- The Brit Awards takes place tonight in front of a live audience 


S2021E132 - 12/05/2021 Air Date: 12 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin 
- Israeli forces and Palestinian militants exchange their heaviest bombardments in years
- A nine-year-old boy dies after he was struck by lightning in Blackpool
- Dua Lipa demands a pay rise for NHS workers at the Brit Awards 


S2021E133 - 13/05/2021 Air Date: 13 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie + Naga
- World leaders appeal for calm as violence continues between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants
- 'Increasing concern' over the Indian variant
- How former music teacher Paul Harvey is helping others living with dementia


S2021E134 - 14/05/2021 Air Date: 14 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie + Naga
- Ministers consider bringing forward second doses of vaccines as cases of the Indian variant rise
- Holidaymakers face uncertainty as Portugal extends lockdown until 30th May
- Debenhams prepares to close its doors after 200 years 


S2021E135 - 15/05/2021 Air Date: 15 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...
- The PM has urged people to exercise a "heavy dose of caution" as lockdown eases
- Hugs and holidays resume - we look at the differences across the UK
- We've live INSIDE a shark tank as indoor attractions also reopen


S2021E138 - 18/05/2021 Air Date: 18 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin
- Ministers to step up vaccine take up calls amid rising cases of the Indian variant
- Murdered footballer Kiyan Prince becomes Fifa 21 player
- We're live at RHS Garden Bridgewater, which opens today a year later than planned 


S2021E139 - 19/05/2021 Air Date: 19 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

- PM says don't holiday in amber list countries as the EU prepares to relax restrictions for vaccinated tourists

- Frank Bruno on why he's helping young people with their mental health
- Tower of London's baby raven name reveal


S2021E140 - 20/05/2021 Air Date: 20 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga... 
- Rail services to come under unified state control
- Breast implant scandal compensation ruling due 
- World Athletics president Lord Coe urges support for return of Parkrun 


S2021E141 - 21/05/2021 Air Date: 21 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga... 
- Princess Diana was failed "not just by a rogue reporter" but by leaders at the BBC, says Prince William
- Prince Harry says heavy drinking masked pain of mum Diana's death
- Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire comes into effect


S2021E142 - 22/05/2021 Air Date: 22 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin... 
- International outrage as Belarus forces Ryanair plane to land to arrest opposition activist
- Eric Cantona will join us at 0830
- Rob Burrow, Doddie Weir and Stephen Darby reunite in person as they raise awareness of MND 


S2021E145 - 25/05/2021 Air Date: 25 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin
-EU agrees new Belarus sanctions after plane arrest
-Areas hit by the Indian variant told to 'stay local'
-A new law, calling for tougher sentences for those who harm children, could be named after young fundraiser Tony Hudgell 


S2021E146 - 26/05/2021 Air Date: 26 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...
- The PM's former advisor Dominic Cummings is to be quizzed by MPs on pandemic handling
- The government clarifies advice for areas in England hit by Indian variant
- We'll get close to a Tawny Owl, as 40 year study continues 


S2021E147 - 27/05/2021 Air Date: 27 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga...  
- Matt Hancock will face MPs, following explosive allegations made against him by the PM's ex-aide Dominic Cummings
- GPs in England say they're facing a "tsunami of patients"
- The Friends reunion: how it went down with fans 


S2021E148 - 28/05/2021 Air Date: 28 May 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga... 
- Up to 75% of new UK cases could be Indian variant, says Health Secretary
- Calls for surgery hubs to tackle NHS backlog
- Triple amputee, and former Royal Marine, Mark Ormrod will complete epic swimming challenge for charity 


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On #BBCBreakfast with Sally Nugent + Dan Walker
-A five-month-old boy from London has become one of the first to be treated with a new gene therapy
-Warning the UK is at "a pivotal moment" in Covid fight
-Actor Noah Jupe says even he was scared watching his film A Quiet Place


S2021E153 - 02/06/2021 Air Date: 02 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Sally Nugent
-£1bn for catch-up tuition for pupils in England
-Body-cams for ambulance staff in England after attacks rise by almost a third in 5 years
-Olympic hockey gold medallist, Imran Sherwani, reveals he has early onset Alzheimer's 


S2021E154 - 03/06/2021 Air Date: 03 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga... 
- School catch-up tsar resigns over lack of funding in England

- 50 days to go until the start of the #Tokyo2020 Olympics
- Princess Diana's wedding dress will go on display at Kensington Palace for the first time in 25 years 


S2021E155 - 04/06/2021 Air Date: 04 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...
- Backlash from the travel industry as the government axes Portugal from the green list
- We'll ask easyJet & Ryanair bosses what happens if you've already booked

- Final preparations are made to a new British Normandy memorial ahead of D-Day anniversary 


S2021E156 - 05/06/2021 Air Date: 05 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin... 

- A week to go until a decision is made on the lifting of all remaining restrictions in England - 

PM faces backbench bid to reverse overseas aid cut

 - D-Day veteran Harry Billinge finally sees the British Normandy Memorial


S2021E159 - 08/06/2021 Air Date: 08 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin... 

- UK holidaymakers scramble home as Portugal turns Amber

- Stephen Graham will join us to talk about new prison drama "Time" 

- We're live in Blackpool, where the town's iconic deckchairs could be making a return


S2021E160 - 09/06/2021 Air Date: 09 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin...
- Testing and vaccine push in Greater Manchester and Lancashire
- We'll speak to Rio Ferdinand about his new effort to tackle online trolls
- The sister of twins who fought off a crocodile 


S2021E161 - 10/06/2021 Air Date: 10 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga... 
- US President Joe Biden is in Cornwall, where he'll meet Boris Johnson ahead of the G7 summit
- Prince Edward speaks about his father's legacy 
- How to watch the partial solar eclipse safely 


S2021E162 - 11/06/2021 Air Date: 11 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast... 
- The UK to donate more than 100m surplus vaccine doses
- Melissa Laurie, the British woman attacked by a crocodile in Mexico, comes out of a medically-induced coma
- Alan Shearer will be here to talk about all things #Euro2020


S2021E163 - 12/06/2021 Air Date: 12 June 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E165 - 14/06/2021 Air Date: 14 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin + Jon Kay... 

- Lockdown easing in England expected to be delayed 

- Vandals smash football club's defibrillator hours after Christian Eriksen collapse 

- A 'really, really rare' seahorse spotted off UK coast


S2021E166 - 15/06/2021 Air Date: 15 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin... 

- ‘Learn to live with the virus' says PM as full lockdown easing in England is delayed 

- The cap on wedding guests is scrapped but other restrictions remain

 - 'Scooter Grannies' who ride BMX scooters dressed as elderly women


S2021E167 - 16/06/2021 Air Date: 16 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin...
- Compulsory Covid vaccinations for care home staff in England
- The Countess of Wessex reflects on the death of Prince Phillip
-  Mike Tindall visit his dad, who's living with Parkinson's, for the first time this year 


S2021E168 - 17/06/2021 Air Date: 17 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie + Naga
- Dominic Cummings warns he will continue his attacks on the government's handling of the pandemic
- Baby Spice chats surviving the first year of motherhood
- Meet Digby the therapy dog, who helped to save a woman on a motorway bridge 


S2021E169 - 18/06/2021 Air Date: 18 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga.. 
- Lib Dems overturn a Conservative majority to win by-election
- Everyone aged 18 and over in England can book their vaccination
- Excitement as England and Scotland meet at a major tournament for the first time in 25 years #EURO2020 


S2021E170 - 19/06/2021 Air Date: 19 June 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E172 - 21/06/2021 Air Date: 21 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin...
- Autumn booster jab plan needed, say health leaders
- After receiving world's first jab Margaret Keenan chats exclusively to Breakfast 
- We'll speak to Health Secretary Matt Hancock after 0830


S2021E173 - 22/06/2021 Air Date: 22 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin
- Scotland need a win tonight but England are through to the last 16. We're live at Wembley and Hampden Park #EURO2020
- Poorer white pupils neglected for decades, say MPs
- The man who completed 10 peaks in 10 hours BAREFOOT


S2021E174 - 23/06/2021 Air Date: 23 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin and Dan Walker... 
- Scotland's #EURO2020 hopes ended by Croatia 
- Covid related school absences in England up almost a third in a week
- The new Alan Turing £50 note enters circulation 


S2021E175 - 24/06/2021 Air Date: 24 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga...
- The latest rules on foreign travel will be set out today
- Britney Spears speaks out against 'abusive' conservatorship at hearing
- Buckingham Palace says it "must do more" as it reveals its levels of ethnic minority staff 


S2021E176 - 25/06/2021 Air Date: 25 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga...
- Green list expansion 'not enough', say travel bosses
- We meet the older generation getting to grips with a world more reliant on the internet
- New #Strictly judge Anton Du Beke 


S2021E177 - 26/06/2021 Air Date: 26 June 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E178 - 27/06/2021 Air Date: 27 June 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E179 - 28/06/2021 Air Date: 28 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast w/ Louise Minchin + Dan Walker
- New Health Sec Sajid Javid to update MPs on lifting Covid measures in England
- A button battery warning from the mum of two-year-old Harper Lee - who died after swallowing one
- The set of Countdown with new host Anne Robinson


S2021E180 - 29/06/2021 Air Date: 29 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin... 
- Ahead of #ENGGER we speak to Alan Shearer and  Jürgen Klinsmann #EURO2020
- School isolation rules in England could end in autumn
- Princess Diana's old Ford Escort is expected to fetch £40K at auction


S2021E181 - 30/06/2021 Air Date: 30 June 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin... 
- Sally Nugent is at Wembley after England's historic victory over Germany in #EURO2020
- First wild baby gorilla born to captive-bred parents
- We'll chat to Ore Oduba as he prepares for the Rocky Horror Show tour 


S2021E182 - 01/07/2021 Air Date: 01 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt + Rachel Burden...
- US comedian Bill Cosby freed after top court overturns sexual assault conviction
- Gap to close all 81 stores in the UK and Ireland
- Dennis the Menace turns 70 this year and the Royal Mail is celebrating with a new set of stamps


S2021E183 - 02/07/2021 Air Date: 02 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...
- All the reaction as Labour hold seat in Batley & Spen by-election, with a majority of 323
- Harry Dunn's parents start legal proceedings in the US, against the woman involved in the crash that killed their son
- Why fans are opting for retro football shirts 


S2021E184 - 03/07/2021 Air Date: 03 July 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E185 - 04/07/2021 Air Date: 04 July 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E186 - 05/07/2021 Air Date: 05 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin 
- The PM sets out plans for lifting the rest of England's Covid restrictions. 
- England v Denmark with @alanshearer 
-  Britain's Got Talent finalists taking on England football anthems 


S2021E187 - 06/07/2021 Air Date: 06 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin 
- New rules on 'school bubbles' announced later
- Health secretary Sajid Javid joins us 
- Tik Tok busking: the new route to fame and fortune 


S2021E188 - 07/07/2021 Air Date: 07 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise and Charlie 
- England vs Denmark for a place at the #Euro2020 final
- Prof Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green - the women behind the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine

- Kevin Sinfield's new marathon challenge in support of Rob Burrow and MND 


S2021E189 - 08/07/2021 Air Date: 08 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga
- England have reached the final of #EURO2020 - we'll have reaction from Alan Shearer and Sterling's former school
- International travel changes for fully vaccinated people in England to be set out
- We'll speak to Chancellor Rishi Sunak


S2021E190 - 09/07/2021 Air Date: 09 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga

- Surge in demand for flights after changes to travel rules in England 

- The veterans kayaking from Land's End to John O'Groats

- We'll speak to Belle, the lucky girl who got Mason Mount's shirt after England's #EURO2020 semi win


S2021E191 - 10/07/2021 Air Date: 10 July 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E192 - 11/07/2021 Air Date: 11 July 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E193 - 12/07/2021 Air Date: 12 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin
- Penalty heartbreak, as England lose the #EURO2020 final to Italy
- Reaction to last night's game from Alan Shearer 
- The PM is expected to confirm the lifting of the rest of England's Covid restrictions 


S2021E194 - 13/07/2021 Air Date: 13 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin 
- Doctors call PM's plan to lift Covid restrictions 'irresponsible'
- Sally Nugent speaks to Sir Lewis Hamilton about his plan for more young black people in motorsport
- The couple attempting all 96 Olympic events for MND 


S2021E195 - 14/07/2021 Air Date: 14 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin 
- Face masks to remain compulsory on London public transport, despite law change in England on Monday
- George Russell on this weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone
- Shaun Ryder & Tom Odell on the sofa 


S2021E196 - 15/07/2021 Air Date: 15 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga
- 'Snack tax' proposed to improve nation's health
- Ibiza, Majorca & Menorca back on the Amber travel list, 2 weeks after being put on the Green list
- We'll chat to comedian Adam Hills to mark 100 days till the Rugby League World Cup 


S2021E197 - 16/07/2021 Air Date: 16 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga
- At least 70 dead across Germany & Belgium after the worst floods in living memory
- Pop-up vaccine centres open across England in push to get all adults jabbed
- Chris Packham on this year's Big Butterfly Count 


S2021E198 - 17/07/2021 Air Date: 17 July 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E199 - 18/07/2021 Air Date: 18 July 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E200 - 19/07/2021 Air Date: 19 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...
- Most Covid restrictions in England ease as PM urges caution
- We'll hear from to those affected and speak to experts about the risks the unlocking could pose
- Some double-jabbed NHS staff could avoid isolation


S2021E201 - 20/07/2021 Air Date: 20 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...
- Plans to prevent un-vaccinated people from nightclubs in England are a 'hammerblow', say hospitality bosses
- Andrew Lloyd Webber heartbroken over Cinderella cancellations
- Meet new #Strictly pro Kai Widdrington 


S2021E202 - 21/07/2021 Air Date: 21 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin & Dan Walker...
- The number of migrants crossing the channel has already matched 2020's record total
- A backlog of nearly 1.5m letters at the DVLA causes delays for those applying for licences
- UK still subject to extreme heat warnings 


S2021E203 - 22/07/2021 Air Date: 22 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...
- Nurses may consider industrial action over 3% NHS pay rise in England, union says
- Eating disorders among teenagers have soared during the pandemic, with long waits for treatment
- The boss of the #Tokyo2020 opening ceremony has been sacked 


S2021E204 - 23/07/2021 Air Date: 23 July 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga...  
- Critical food workers given exemption from isolation rules
- How the delayed #Tokyo2020 Olympics will be different ahead of today's opening ceremony
- We're live in Llandudno as domestic holiday spend hits a 10 year high 


S2021E205 - 09/08/2021 Air Date: 09 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin & Jon Kay
- End of a golden Olympic games for Team GB, Adam Peaty & Max Whitlock join us
- Landmark climate change study expected to deliver ''wake up call''
- Scotland lifts almost all Covid restrictions, we'll speak to Nicola Sturgeon


S2021E206 - 10/08/2021 Air Date: 10 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin & Jon Kay...
- A-level, Vocational BTec, Higher and National results out across the UK
- Jamie Carragher campaigns to make defibrillators mandatory in schools and sports clubs

- We'll reveal who is next to take to the #Strictly dancefloor 


S2021E207 - 11/08/2021 Air Date: 11 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Jon Kay & Louise Minchin 
- Calls for reforms to the A-level system after record results and concerns poorer students are falling behind
- We'll meet the 100-year-old war veteran who has taken to the skies
- 'Eco-moorings' installed to protect seahorses 


S2021E208 - 12/08/2021 Air Date: 12 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie and Naga. .. 
- GCSE pupils set for record grades after exams were cancelled
- Afghan army chief replaced as Taliban advance 
- We're live in Plymouth to see the giant dragon puppet which will be taking flight at the weekend 


S2021E209 - 13/08/2021 Air Date: 13 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast... 
- Six people, including a suspected gunman, have died in a shooting in Plymouth
- The Taliban claim capture of Kandahar, Afghanistan's second largest city
- One in 10 coronavirus patients caught the virus while in hospital during first wave 


S2021E210 - 14/08/2021 Air Date: 14 August 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E211 - 15/08/2021 Air Date: 15 August 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E212 - 16/08/2021 Air Date: 16 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt... 
- The latest from Kabul as Afghanistan falls to the Taliban
- New guidelines on gun licences are to be introduced in wake of the Plymouth shooting
- Sally Nugent meets Britain's most decorated diver Tom Daley 


S2021E213 - 17/08/2021 Air Date: 17 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt and Louise Minchin... 
- President Biden has defended his decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan
- A tropical storm hits Haiti days after deadly earthquake 
- Killing Eve star Jodie Comer on her Hollywood break through 


S2021E214 - 18/08/2021 Air Date: 18 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt and Louise Minchin... 
- UK to welcome 20,000 Afghan refugees amid Taliban takeover
- We'll speak to The Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers
- Who is behind this giant Hollywood-like Wrexham sign? 


S2021E215 - 19/08/2021 Air Date: 19 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Naga & Jon... 
- More chaos outside Kabul airport, as governments rush to bring citizens and Afghan colleagues home
- A new bid is expected for the supermarket chain Morrisons
- Bill Bailey and Dave Spikey pay tribute to comedian Sean Lock 


S2021E216 - 20/08/2021 Air Date: 20 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Naga & Jon
- Dominic Raab's delegated phone call to Afghanistan was not made
- Screen time and a lack of outdoor activity is being blamed for an increase in children being diagnosed as short-sighted
- A heroes welcome for Rob Burrow 


S2021E217 - 21/08/2021 Air Date: 21 August 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E218 - 22/08/2021 Air Date: 22 August 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E219 - 23/08/2021 Air Date: 23 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker and Sally Nugent... 
-  The PM will urge President Biden to push back the deadline for withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan 
- One woman's fight to end "free bets" after her husband killed himself
- Kenya's first ever wildlife census 


S2021E220 - 24/08/2021 Air Date: 24 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Sally Nugent...
- An emergency meeting of world leaders will discuss Afghanistan crisis
- Researchers are recruiting 10,000 autistic people for UK's largest ever study
- A 'different' Games but Paralympians still hope to shine 


S2021E221 - 25/08/2021 Air Date: 25 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Sally Nugent & Dan Walker
-President Biden refuses to extend the deadline for the US withdrawal from Afghanistan
-Tributes to Rolling Stones star Charlie Watts continue, we'll talk Chad Smith and Kenney Smith 
-Consultation begins on beaver reintroductions


S2021E222 - 26/08/2021 Air Date: 26 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga... 
- Terror attack warning issued for Kabul airport
- We'll hear how binge-eating has soared during the pandemic
- The musical Frozen gets ready to open on London's West End 


S2021E223 - 27/08/2021 Air Date: 27 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast...
- President Biden promises to find those responsible for Kabul bombings which killed 90
- Vaccine complications dwarfed by virus risks, says new study
- Campaigner Mark King meets the Education Secretary to discuss defibrillators in schools 


S2021E224 - 28/08/2021 Air Date: 28 August 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E225 - 29/08/2021 Air Date: 29 August 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E226 - 30/08/2021 Air Date: 30 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Roger + Louise
- British troops from Kabul land back on UK soil 
- Major disaster declared in Louisiana as powerful hurricane Ida makes landfall
- It's been a bumper year for UK holidays. 


S2021E227 - 31/08/2021 Air Date: 31 August 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin
- The United States has ended its military operation in Afghanistan
- A huge rescue operation is taking place in Louisiana following Hurricane Ida
- We'll speak to the double amputee who's climbed Wales' highest mountain 


S2021E228 - 01/09/2021 Air Date: 01 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Louise Minchin
- UK in talks with the Taliban to get more British nationals out of Afghanistan.
- A ‘game changing' anti-cholesterol drug could soon be offered on the NHS in England & Wales
- The man who journeyed across Britain by Paramotor 


S2021E229 - 02/09/2021 Air Date: 02 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt + Sally Nugent
- Dame Sarah Storey wins her 17th gold, becoming Great Britain's greatest ever Paralympian
- Ministers urged to launch a mass booster programme for Covid vaccinations
- We meet the couple who have fostered over 600 children 


S2021E230 - 03/09/2021 Air Date: 03 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E231 - 04/09/2021 Air Date: 04 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E232 - 05/09/2021 Air Date: 05 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E233 - 06/09/2021 Air Date: 06 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin

- Millions return to school in England & Wales amid Covid spike concern 

- The PM is facing backlash from conservative MPs, over social care plans in England

- Big Ben: meet those working on one of the UK's biggest repair jobs


S2021E234 - 07/09/2021 Air Date: 07 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...
- The PM to unveil social care overhaul in England
- Britain's most decorated Paralympian, Dame Sarah Storey and seven-time gold medallist, Hannah Cockroft
- An appeal for a new MND centre named after Rob Burrow 


S2021E235 - 08/09/2021 Air Date: 08 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin & Jon Kay 
- MPs to vote on health and social care tax rise, we'll speak to Health Secretary Sajid Javid after 0730
- Adam Peaty on preparing for the Commonwealth Games and #Strictly

- ParalympicsGB's golden couple Neil and Lora Fachie 


S2021E236 - 09/09/2021 Air Date: 09 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga... 
- MSPs to vote on Scottish vaccine passports
- Home Secretary Priti Patel authorises turning back of migrant boats
- Emma Raducanu reaches the US open semi-final, we'll be live at the club where it all started 


S2021E237 - 10/09/2021 Air Date: 10 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E238 - 11/09/2021 Air Date: 11 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E239 - 12/09/2021 Air Date: 12 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E240 - 13/09/2021 Air Date: 13 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Louise Minchin & Dan Walker
- We discuss what the future holds for Britain's new  tennis sensation Emma Raducanu
- Sex Education star Aimee Lou Wood
- The former singer able to perform again, after being treated for throat cancer and losing her voice 


S2021E241 - 14/09/2021 Air Date: 14 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin...
- A UK-wide plan for Covid booster jabs for the over-50s is expected to be set out by ministers today
- Hear unearthed John Lennon interview tapes before they go up for auction
- Emma Raducanu joins celebs at the Met Gala 


S2021E242 - 15/09/2021 Air Date: 15 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Louise Minchin... 
- England could see a big wave of Covid hospitalisations, warn advisers
- Amateur astronauts set for orbital spaceflight
- On her final show, we celebrate 20 years presenting the programme #goodbyelouise 


S2021E243 - 16/09/2021 Air Date: 16 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt & Nina Warhurst
- PM Boris Johnson continues changes after cabinet revamp
- UK, US and Australia launch security pact to counter China
- We'll speak to the former lifeguard who's become the first to travel around Britain - on a paddleboard! 


S2021E244 - 17/09/2021 Air Date: 17 September 2021 05:00 -

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Coming up on #BBCBreakfast with Charlie + Naga
-Changes to Covid travel rules in England expected to be announced later. 
-Families call for clearer guidance on access to care homes in England
-We'll be joined by Emma Raducanu after her historic US Open win 


S2021E245 - 18/09/2021 Air Date: 18 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E246 - 19/09/2021 Air Date: 19 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E247 - 20/09/2021 Air Date: 20 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Sally Nugent...
- Government considers loans for energy firms amid surging gas prices
- The Crown dominates at the #Emmys 
- We'll be joined by Dan's #Strictly dance partner Nadiya Bychkova 


S2021E248 - 21/09/2021 Air Date: 21 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Sally Nugent & Dan Walker...
- Energy price cap will stay, say government and Ofgem
- What to expect when the PM meets President Biden
- Tom Parker reunites with The Wanted for a charity concert to help fellow brain cancer patients 


S2021E249 - 22/09/2021 Air Date: 22 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E250 - 23/09/2021 Air Date: 23 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga... 
- 'It's time for humanity to grow up' on climate change, PM urges world leaders
- Energy firms' collapse hits 1.5m customers
- New allergic reactions to hair dye reported after contracting coronavirus 


S2021E251 - 24/09/2021 Air Date: 24 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga... 
-38 year-old man arrested on suspicion of the murder of Sabina Nessa
-Driver shortages causing petrol station closures
-We'll be catching up with Rhys Porter, after a special day with his favourite club, Fulham 


S2021E252 - 25/09/2021 Air Date: 25 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E253 - 26/09/2021 Air Date: 26 September 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E254 - 27/09/2021 Air Date: 27 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Sally Nugent
- The army could be deployed to deliver fuel to petrol stations
- We visit an ICU that's already full of Covid patients, as they prepare for a difficult winter

- Tom Fletcher and his #Strictly partner test positive for coronavirus 


S2021E255 - 28/09/2021 Air Date: 28 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Sally Nugent & Dan Walker
- Man charged with the murder of Sabina Nessa
- The army is put on standby to help ease fuel crisis
- A satellite, described as being arguably the most important in the world, blasts off from California 


S2021E256 - 29/09/2021 Air Date: 29 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Jon Kay & Sally Nugent...
- The Army could begin delivering fuel by the end of the week
- Super Saturday hero Greg Rutherford makes GB bobsleigh team ahead of the Winter Olympics
- Fans and critics review the new Bond film #NoTimeToDie 


S2021E257 - 30/09/2021 Air Date: 30 September 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt & Nina Warhurst... 
- The UK furlough scheme ends amid calls for further support
- Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl shares his love of Abba and memories of the Nirvana years
- We'll speak to Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer after 0830 


S2021E258 - 01/10/2021 Air Date: 01 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie & Naga
- The Met seek to reassure the public after the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving officer
- What can you do to keep bills down? The new energy price cap takes effect today
- Europe's first mission to Mercury arrives this weekend 


S2021E259 - 02/10/2021 Air Date: 02 October 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E260 - 03/10/2021 Air Date: 03 October 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E261 - 04/10/2021 Air Date: 04 October 2021 05:00 -

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Coming up on #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Sally Nugent 
- The Chancellor will set out his vision for the economy, we'll speak to him live at 7.30am
- Changes to the travel traffic light system come into force
- Queen drummer Roger Taylor tells us about his new tour


S2021E262 - 05/10/2021 Air Date: 05 October 2021 05:00 -

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Coming up on #BBCBreakfast with Jon Kay + Sally Nugent 
- The Prime Minister will speak to us live at 7.30am
- Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp return to normal after a worldwide outage 
- British speed skater Elise Christie opens up about her struggles with mental health 


S2021E263 - 06/10/2021 Air Date: 06 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt + Sally Nugent 
- Boris Johnson will promise his government has the "guts" to reshape the economy in his speech later.
- The £20 uplift in Universal Credit ends from today
- A bridge that inspired the game ‘Pooh Sticks" goes under the hammer 


S2021E264 - 07/10/2021 Air Date: 07 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Nina Warhust + Charlie Stayt
- Fuel bills expected to rise even more as gas prices reach record high
- Services taking place to mark the 20th anniversary of UK operations in Afghanistan
- The Rugby League legends rowing 100 miles in the fight against MND 


S2021E265 - 08/10/2021 Air Date: 08 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Nina Warhust + Charlie Stayt
- In an exclusive, Marcus Rashford criticises the decision to scrap the £20 Universal Credit uplift
- Labour leader Keir Starmer joins us
- Triple amputee and Afghanistan veteran Mark Ormrod completes his 99.9 mile charity cycle 


S2021E266 - 09/10/2021 Air Date: 09 October 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E267 - 10/10/2021 Air Date: 10 October 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E268 - 11/10/2021 Air Date: 11 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Sally Nugent 
- Metropolitan Police to take no further action after review into sexual abuse allegations surrounding Prince Andrew
- Covid passes now compulsory in Wales
-  Marcus Rashford opens up to Breakfast about racism after the Euros 


S2021E269 - 12/10/2021 Air Date: 12 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker + Sally Nugent 
- The government's early response to the pandemic was ‘one of the UK's worst public health failures' - report
- The UK's biggest ever lottery jackpot up for grabs
- Star Trek's William Shatner on boldly going into space 


S2021E270 - 13/10/2021 Air Date: 13 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt + Sally Nugent
- A shortfall of more than 100,000 care staff in England
- Former England rugby captain Mike Tindall meets those living with Parkinson's
- We launch our very own Children in Need Challenge with Owain Wyn Evans 


S2021E271 - 14/10/2021 Air Date: 14 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie + Naga
- An extra £250m to help GPs in England see more patients face-to-face this winter
- Five people killed in bow and arrow attack in Norway
- Prince William says repairing the planet is more important than space travel 


S2021E272 - 15/10/2021 Air Date: 15 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie + Naga
- Foreign lorry drivers to be allowed to make more UK deliveries to ease pressure on supply chains
- People in England will be able to book cheaper Covid travel tests for half term
- Adele releases first new music in six years 


S2021E273 - 16/10/2021 Air Date: 16 October 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E274 - 17/10/2021 Air Date: 17 October 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E275 - 18/10/2021 Air Date: 18 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Sally Nugent...
- A plea for tolerance from the family of murdered MP Sir David Amess
- A rise in the number of people falling victim to online recruitment fraud
- The first £1m winners of Prince William's Earthshot Prize 


S2021E276 - 19/10/2021 Air Date: 19 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Dan Walker & Sally Nugent...
- Grants worth £5,000 for homeowners in England and Wales to help replace gas boilers with heat pumps
- We meet the man who's re-created a 100m stretch of WW1 trenches
- Armchair astronomers help search for new planets


S2021E277 - 20/10/2021 Air Date: 20 October 2021 05:00 -

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On #BBCBreakfast with Charlie Stayt & Sally Nugent 
- Bring back some Covid rules amid rising cases, urge NHS chiefs
- The cost of living with extreme sickness in pregnancy
- Rugby league star Kevin Sinfield raised £3m for MND research, now he's beginning an tougher challenge 


S2021E278 - 21/10/2021 Air Date: 21 October 2021 05:00 -

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S2021E279 - 22/10/2021 Air Date: 22 October 2021 05:00 -

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