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the customary or habitual hour for eating breakfast

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The former News At Ten star had quit BBC Breakfast Time but was still on a small fortune despite having no programmes to present.
The Racing Post's bloodstock writer Tony Morris, appearing on BBC Breakfast Time, and John McCririck, talking to Sue Lawley on Nationwide, will be featured, as will a specially recorded interview with IRA informer Sean O'Callaghan.
The other day we appeared on BBC Breakfast time and on Channel Five news on the same morning.
After regular spots on Nationwide and BBC Breakfast Time in 1989, he became a presenter of the revamped Pebble Mill.
The former host of Ready, Steady Cook, BBC Breakfast Time and ITV's This Morning will be talking about her life and career and taking questions from the audience at the event on Thursday October 16 at the Botanical Gardens, Edgbaston.
Frank Bough and his chums had been having it all their own way as BBC Breakfast Time wiped the floor with TV-am during The Breakfast TV Revolution of 1983.
Russell made his breakfast TV appearances in the early 1980s appearing on BBC Breakfast Time and Good Morning Britain and was the first astrologer in more than 300 years to present a horoscope forecast to a member of the royal family when he revealed what the stars had in store for the Queen Mother.
IN 1986, on BBC Breakfast Time, I was asked to comment on the report into the death of fouryear-old Heidi Koseda, who starved to death in a locked room in Hillingdon in 1984.
Back in her heyday, on BBC Breakfast Time, ITV's News At Ten and Sky, I don't recall her championing the cause of experienced but less visible women colleagues the way she demands the female board members of the BBC Trust take up cudgels on their behalf.
She then moved on to BBC Breakfast Time last year where her partnership with co-host Dermot Murnaghan won her millions of fans.
exclaims Natasha Kaplinsky, who is about to become the new face of BBC Breakfast Time.
She moved into TV in the late Seventies, first on Nationwide and then BBC Breakfast Time, Holiday and Crimewatch.
IN 1984, I sat on the BBC Breakfast Time sofa to hear the conclusions of an inquiry into the death of four-year-old Jasmine Beckford.