Dan Walker: BBC Breakfast presenter admits embarrassing Twitter gaffe to fans

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02.09.2019 23:01

The BBC Breakfast star revealed his favourite TV theme songs to his followers. Starting with a top three and then completed with a top ten, Dan put in sports show Grandstand twice. He explained: “And yes... Grandstand is so good it’s in there twice #JayJayOkocha”

Grandstand ran from 1958 until 2007.Jay-Jay Okocha was born Augustine Azuka Okocha in 1973 and went onto become a football star.He would go onto captain Bolton dazzling fans at the then Reebok Stadium, who used to sing: “Jay-Jay Okocha – so good they named him twice”.Dan’s other selections included Jossy’s Giants, Supergran, Peaky Blinders, Only Fools and Horses, Kickstart, Family Ness, Band of Brothers and Defenders of the Earth.READ MORE: Dan Walker: BBC Breakfast star's heartfelt admission to colleague

Grandstand ran from 1958 until 2007.Jay-Jay Okocha was born Augustine Azuka Okocha in 1973 and went onto become a football star.He would go onto captain Bolton dazzling fans at the then Reebok Stadium, who used to sing: “Jay-Jay Okocha – so good they named him twice”.Dan’s other selections included Jossy’s Giants, Supergran, Peaky Blinders, Only Fools and Horses, Kickstart, Family Ness, Band of Brothers and Defenders of the Earth.

One under pointed out it did not feature Match of the Day.Others called for the inclusion of shows such as Ski Sunday.Dan had previously taken to Twitter to wish well to former athlete Michael Johnson who suffered a stroke last year.He wrote: “Michael. I was obsessed with watching you in your professional prime and, like many others, I was totally shocked by what happened to you last year.

“The way you have come back from that, with the help of others, is just as inspirational as anything you did on the track.”Earlier this week he welcomed Rebecca Long-Bailey, Shadow Business Secretary on to Breakfast.Dan called out for Rebecca accusing her of “ifs and buts”.He probed: “Can I try and get you to nail down your position?

A general election for example is called by Boris Johnson before the 31st of October, would you back that?”Rebecca explained: “We would not want to be a position during a general election where we crash out without a deal.“That’s not to say we don’t support a general election because of course we do."We want to get rid of this Conservative Government because of the damage it’s done to my constituency and every single constituency across the UK.”BBC Breakfast airs weekdays on BBC One at 6am.

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