This is a national British weekday morning television news program from BBC News. It became the BBC's first weekday morning Breakfast news program that premiered on January 17, 1983 under the title: "Breakfast Time" with the presenting team of Frank Bough, Selina Scott, Nick Ross, Russell Grant and Diana Moran, the woman also known as the "Green Goddess" due to the color of her leotard (fitness), and of course, Francis Wilson doing the weather. On October 12, 1984, Nick Ross presented the program by his own, with live coverage of the Brighton Bombing at the Grand Hotel which British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her cabinet had survived. On November 10, 1986, the program adopted a more formal news format, with a new look, new desk, and new graphics, also with the journalists Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman joining the team. On October 2, 1989, the program was renamed the title: "Breakfast News," with the presenting team of Nicholas Witchell, Kirsty Walk, Laurie Mayer and Jill Dando. The program which would be presenting over those 11 years including Michael Peschardt and Sophie Raworth. Then on October 2, 2000, the program was renamed the title: "BBC Breakfast," this time the main presenters were Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth, the newsreader was Moira Stuart, and the weather presenter was Carol Kirkwood. On May 2, 2006, the program began broadcasting from studio N6 at the BBC Television Centre which required a larger set design and a new title sequence. On January 28, 2008, the program returned to the TC7 Studios at the BBC Television Centre. On March 2, 2009, the program relaunched with a new set and studio background. On April 10, 2012, the first edition of the program broadcast from the BBC's new home at Media City in Salford, England. On March 19, 2013, the program updated its "lower third" to match the graphics and fonts used by the rest of BBC News, and the clock was moved to the lower right side of the television screen.