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Dawn broke over Daybreak, ITV1’s multi-million pound successor to GMTV, at 6 o’clock this morning but aside from its new hosts, Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley, and a smart new mauve studio, this could have been any old edition of any other breakfast show.
Daybreak’s producers had promised that it would help set the day’s news agenda for its viewers.
For most of the show, however, the news items were flabby and lacklustre.
The spartan set – with its minimalist décor, polished wooden floorboards and impressive views of St Paul’s – looked the part, though was perhaps a little sterile and unwelcoming for a breakfast show.
My favourite segment, showbiz news, featured the return of presenter Kate Garraway, one of the few survivors of the ancien GMTV regime.
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An English television and radio presenter, best known for hosting both business and sports shows on the BBC, who released his own program named ' Chiles' on Saturday on BBC Radio 5,who is none other than famous BBC personality Adrian Chiles.
He was born on 21st March 1967 in Birmingham, England with his parents, to an English father and Croatian mother.
The familiar carousel of segments whirled past – sofa, news, weather, sport, sofa, news – and the only innovations were a segment showcasing Something Cool Before the Kids Go to School (in this case a £10,000 pedal-powered toy racing car) and Daybreaker, in which viewers were invited to pick their favourite from three off-kilter video stories – a mobility scooter display team, a carrot that resembled Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear and a skateboarding bulldog. Chiles and Bleakley, poached at a reported combined cost of £10 million from the BBC, were visibly nervous during the opening half hour – Chiles even confessed that he’d shaved his ear-hair before the big day – but soon relaxed into the easy camaraderie that proved so popular with viewers on The One Show.
Some of Daybreak’s bonhomie felt a little forced, including the constant guffawing of the production team and an excruciating segment in which Chiles bantered through the day’s sports news with the Daybreak sports anchor while both leaned on the latter’s desk like two old soaks propping up the bar at their local pub.
Joined BBC for job experience on Business Breakfast, he also regularly seen at BBC till date.