He took time to say hello, which was appreciated by everyone there," he said."But it's not just about the stars.Sometimes the interviews that resonate most with viewers are the ones which focus on people with interesting personal stories, people who've achieved something against the odds or suffered a loss of some kind.from its new home in Salford Quays will air on April 10.The programme, broadcast daily from 6am on BBC One and the News Channel, is among a series of major shows shifting to the new BBC North base at Media City UK. This includes Bill Turnbull, Susanna Reid, Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt forming the main 'family of presenters'.
”“Hey look, I’ve got you a golden ticket here,” Ben replied, waving Susanna Reid’s application form to the camera.“Join me for a night you will never forget,” he crooned with his smooth cockney tones. I'll let you pound my yams.""For dessert you can have whatever you want," Idris teased.Dressed in a sharp charcoal suit and sat comfortably in front of a roasting fireplace, accompanied by red roses and bottles of fizz, he continued: "Just you and me, no one else around, just us. We are part of their (the viewers') routine, and we are conscious of that all the time."Turnbull said that his favourite interview was US actor Will Smith, and he hopes more high-profile guests will make the trip to Salford to appear on the show."It has to be Will Smith.He gave us 15 minutes of his time, which is unheard of in Hollywood terms, and he was very warm, not only to us, but to everyone working on the set.