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Breakfast television or morning show is a type of news or infotainment television programme that broadcasts live in the morning. Often presented by a small team of hosts, these programmes are typically marketed towards the combined demography of people getting ready for work and school and stay-at-home adults and parents.

The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar System.

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A pulse, in physiology, is the throbbing of arteries resulting from heartbeat.

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">GMTV</span> Former UK breakfast television franchisee

GMTV, now legally known as ITV Breakfast Broadcasting Limited, was the name of the national Channel 3 breakfast television contractor/licensee, broadcasting in the United Kingdom from 1 January 1993 to 3 September 2010. It became a wholly owned subsidiary of ITV plc in November 2009. Shortly after, ITV plc announced the programme would end. The final edition of GMTV was broadcast on 3 September 2010.

"Good morning" is a common greeting in the English language. It may also refer to:

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Lorraine Kelly</span> Scottish presenter and journalist

Lorraine Kelly is a Scottish television presenter, theatrical artist and journalist. She has presented various television shows for ITV, including Good Morning Britain (1988–1992), GMTV (1993–2010), This Morning, Daybreak (2012–2014), The Sun Military Awards (2016–present), STV Children's Appeal (2016–present), and her eponymous programme Lorraine (2010–present).

Daybreak most commonly refers to:

Sunrise is the instant at which the upper edge of the Sun appears above the horizon in the east.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Fiona Phillips</span> English journalist and TV presenter (born 1961)

Fiona Phillips is an English journalist, broadcaster and television presenter. She is best known for presenting the ITV Breakfast programme GMTV Today.

Penelope Jane Smith is an English author, television presenter, newsreader and radio presenter. She has presented for Sky News, GMTV, Classic FM, BBC Radio London, TalkRadio and is a regular contributor to TalkTV launched in April 2022. Smith is a current presenter of the weekday mid-morning show on Scala Radio and credits her favourite classical composer as Giacomo Puccini.

Stephen Jardine is a Scottish journalist, broadcaster and presenter. He has worked for the BBC, Scottish Television, GMTV and Radio Tay.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">John Stapleton (English journalist)</span> English broadcaster and journalist

John Martin Stapleton is an English journalist and broadcaster. He is known for his work as a presenter and reporter on ITV breakfast television in addition to hosting Nationwide and Watchdog for the BBC.

ITV Breakfast Broadcasting Limited is the national ITV breakfast television licensee, broadcasting in the United Kingdom. It became a wholly owned subsidiary of ITV plc in November 2009.

Derek Ross King MBE is a Scottish television presenter, actor and writer, best known for being the LA Correspondent for ITV Breakfast programmes Lorraine and Good Morning Britain. In the 2018 New Year Honours, King was appointed an MBE for services in Broadcasting, Arts and Charity.

Michael Wilson is a British TV presenter. Wilson was Business Editor for Sky News and could be seen at the London Stock Exchange talking to various people about the big news in business as well as looking at stock markets across the World. He became a Freeman of the City of London in 2005 and was voted Broadcast Business Journalist in the same year. Michael is television's longest serving business editor.

<i>Daybreak</i> (2010 TV programme) Weekday breakfast television programme on ITV

Daybreak is a British breakfast television program that was broadcast on ITV from 6 September 2010 to 25 April 2014. Daybreak replaced GMTV, which aired its last weekday edition on 3 September 2010. Daybreak launched three days later.

This is a timeline of the history of breakfast television in the United Kingdom.