BBC Breakfast ban: Louise Minchin details item she’s stopped from having in news studio

BBC Breakfast: Louise Minchin admits she's baked banana bread

Louise, 52, was once again joined by BBC Breakfast co-host Dan Walker, 43, on Wednesday morning to inform viewers of the latest headlines from around the globe. With the UK being put back into lockdown to curb the spike in coronavirus cases and deaths, the pair discussed what members of the public are getting up to at home. However, explaining what she has been doing with her spare time, the BBC journalist said she had been baking but couldn’t bring them into the studio due to a Covid ban.

Following a report of viewers keeping fit at home, Louise said: “You really get a sense people are taking stock, preparing themselves to get through the next few weeks.”

“I did spot banana bread again – two days on the trot it has been trending,” Dan told his colleague, which led her to talk about her own experience with baking.

“I did not go for banana bread in either lockdown one or two but yesterday, I baked banana bread,” Louise admitted.

“Why no photographs? Was it that bad?” her co-host replied.

“It wasn’t pretty but it tasted delicious and I would have brought some in but of course, I can’t because we’ve got to be Covid secure,” the broadcaster told her co-star as she explained the ban.

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“That’s a good excuse now, isn’t it?” Dan joked, making light of the fact Louise couldn’t bring her bakes into the studio.

“I did think of you and then I thought, ’Nah’,” Louise hit back, before laughing off her jibe and then carrying on with the rest of the show.


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