Dan Walker: ‘I’d love that’ Breakfast presenter’s dream job before BBC career
Dan, 42, has presented several shows for the broadcaster and took over from Bill Turnbull to present BBC Breakfast in 2016. Before then, Dan had been the host of Football Focus and had even presented the iconic programme, Match of the Day. This week, Dan was asked what he’d do if he weren’t on TV.
In full, one fan asked: “Dan, you said something in telly a few years back that makes me smile every time I think about it.“What would you do if you weren't a tv journalist?“And your answer was…”In response Dan, questioned whether he had said that he’d wanted to be “a teacher?”READ MORE: Louise Minchin: BBC Breakfast presenter opens up on new move
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However, the fan it something a little more abstract than that.According to the Twitter user, Dan had said that he wanted to be someone who’d cut the grass for the council.Quickly remembering, Dan insisted that he’d love to do that job.Dan said: “Oh yes that.READ MORE: Dan Walker: BBC Breakfast host announces surprise new job
“I would love to do that.“I was nearly a teacher but they turned me down for being too immature.“Cutting the grass would be brilliant.“Best smell in the world.”READ MORE: Dan Walker: ‘Very important’ BBC star's cheeky underwear remark
Recently, Dan also revealed one of the best experiences in his life.He tweeted out a picture of what appeared to be the popular Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro.After a brief conversation with his fan, Dan admitted that it was “still the best experience ever.”BBC Breakfast airs every day at 6.00am.