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03/26/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
Coping with the death of a loved one is a huge challenge, but many have to come to terms with their personal grief while also trying to stay strong for their children. Dan Naylor lost his wife Helen in December 2012, when his son was just two years old. He and Linda Magistris from the bereavement charity, the Good Grief Trust, spoke to Breakfast about how they found their way through their grief.
BBC Breakfast
03/26/2017 at 10:15. Facebook
Jenny Seagrove and Ronan Keating join Sally and Dan Walker TV to talk about their new film 'Another Mother's Son', set in Nazi occupied Jersey.
BBC Breakfast
yesterday at 19:08. Facebook
These are officially known as scattered cumulus clouds but here in the Breakfast office, we think we can see a pretty clear shape. What do you think they look like?
Join us tomorrow from 6 am when we'll be talking about the first new Cloud Atlas to be published since 1987.
BBC Breakfast
yesterday at 16:50. Facebook
Team GB gold medal hockey player Helen Richardson-Walsh talks about the positive power sport has brought her during the highs and lows of her career alongside Consultant Sports Psychiatrist Professor Alan Currie.
BBC Breakfast
yesterday at 11:21. Facebook
Star of SS-GB Sam Reily joins Dan Walker TV & Sally to talk about his part in new Ben Wheatley film Free Fire, taking Brie Larson to Brighton, his former band receiving 'the worst review in NME history' and, of course, to say hello to his mum!
BBC Breakfast
yesterday at 09:44. Facebook
Mike's latest way of getting active is to try barn dance fitness
BBC Breakfast
yesterday at 09:05. Facebook
As Han Solo in Star Wars he was a flying ace. In real life, Harrison Ford called himself a "schmuck" after landing his plane in the wrong part of John Wayne Airport in California last month. Here he is talking to air traffic controllers immediately after the incident...
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yesterday at 08:01. Facebook
Watch Lily-May steal the show this morning during our chat about breastfeeding. Who would have guessed Charlie is such a baby-whisperer?
BBC Breakfast
yesterday at 07:28. Facebook
Don't forget the clocks go forward tonight!
Do you, like Jude, have a nighmare bed-time routine made even worse by the hour change? See how she copes with the force of nature that is five-year-old Joseph
BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 19:42. Facebook
When Lauren Watts found out her best friend, a 160 lb English Mastiff called Gizelle, had terminal cancer, she decided to start a bucket list so the two of them could make more memories in the time they had left.

Now, the story has been turned into a book and could even become a film.

Lauren's joining us on the sofa tomorrow morning.
BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 19:05. Facebook
BARN DANCE FITNESS: Just when you thought you'd seen him try it all, Mike goes barn dancing on Saturday morning. Here's a taste of what's to come barn dance fitness
BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 18:58. Facebook
Bringing the battlefield to the classroom. On Saturday we'll find out about the new project to turn history into virtual reality.
BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 15:39. Facebook
How does the type, colour or shape of your plate or bowl effect how your food taste? Does background music make food taste sweeter?

Professor Charles Spence, a food psychologist from the University of Oxford, explains with the help of a few jellybeans...
BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 08:52. Facebook
"Daesh don't belong to me, they don't belong to humanity"
- Birmingham Iman Dr Ather Hussain appeals for unity and harmony as more details come to light about Westminster terror attacker Khalid Masood.
BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 07:54. Facebook
It's Friday at last...Red Nose Day...but if you're still in need of a bit of a boost, Matt's weekend forecast may go a little way in helping to provide it.

Let's start with today first.

We begin on a rather chilly note with a frost in places. Most however, will be dry and stay that way all day. Add in plenty of sunshine and it'll be a very pleasant Spring day overall. Feeling...
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BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 07:37. Facebook
Captain Mike Crofts was one of the first people on the scene of the Westminster terror attack and battled to save the life of PC Keith Palmer.

Find 8 minutes in your busy day to watch his powerful interview.
BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 07:01. Facebook
Thousands of people gathered in Trafalgar Square last night for a vigil after Wednesday's Westminster terror attack.
BBC Breakfast
03/24/2017 at 06:19. Facebook
Did bad behaviour in school affect yours or your children's education? Or do you look back and cringe at what you got away with in the classroom? Do teachers take pupil discipline seriously enough?

The government's school behaviour expert Tom Bennett says more funding and better training are needed to tackle the issue.
BBC Breakfast
03/23/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
Keeping calm and carrying on.
London: a resilient city.
BBC Breakfast
03/23/2017 at 09:29. Facebook
"Londoners... don't simply tolerate each other, we respect, we celebrate & we embrace each other" - Mayor of London Sadiq Khan