Those tuning into BBC One on Monday morning might be wondering where BBC Breakfast is.
The show is not airing in its usual slot between 6am and 9pm to discuss all things latest news, sport, weather, fun features and more.
Main presenters Charlie Stayt, Louise Minchin, Naga Munchetty and Dan Walker will not be taking to the red sofa as usual, but why?
Here’s everything you need to know as the BBC One schedule gets a shake-up.
Where is BBC Breakfast and why isn’t it airing as usual?
Where is BBC Breakfast?
BBC Breakfast has been taken off air to make way for the Olympics 2020.
The opening ceremony took place in Tokyo on Friday, July 23, with events kicking off from the early hours of this morning, reports Express.co.uk.
Coverage started just after midnight, due to the time difference in Tokyo.
Dan confirmed the news last week, telling viewers at home: “In the next few days we’ve got a lovely build-up to the Olympics this summer.”
“Because this programme is actually not on, is it, for the course of the Olympics,” he added turning to his colleague Louise.
Responding, Louise said: “I may not be here but I will be watching back-to-back Olympic sport, it’s my favourite time of the year.”
Instead of BBC Breakfast, viewers can tune in from 4am to see coverage from Dan Walker and Sam Quek.
Tweeting on Monday morning [July 26], Dan wrote: “We have a great #OlympicBreakfast lined up for you in the morning. See you on BBC1 from 5ish with @SamanthaQuek.”
So far there have been three gold medals for Great Britain.
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