BBC Breakfast was forced out of the air mid-episode after equipment ‘collapsed’

BBC breakfast was aired on Sunday morning (July 31) as the morning show suffered behind-the-scenes technical glitches.

While the Poopular series was supposed to start at 6am, Sunday’s episode was taken off the air halfway through and didn’t come back fully until 7am.

The show has been replaced by The travel showwith moderator-viewers that the move was necessary for “repairs”.

On social media, moderator Roger Johnson shed light on exactly what went wrong in the studio.

“Making repairs to @BBCBreakfast computers… while you enjoy The travel show! Back online at 7am,” he wrote on Twitter.

A fan then jokingly asked if he spilled coffee on the device.

“In truth, the makeshift mini music stand holding the screen collapsed!” Johnson revealed.

Co-host Sima Kotecha also addressed the chaotic circumstances and shared a few behind-the-scenes photos.

“Nice to be back with @RogerJ_01… it’s been a while,” she wrote. “And thanks to these guys for their last minute DIY after the laptop crashed – eek!”

BBC breakfast is broadcast daily from 6am on BBC One and BBC News.

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