BBC shows gorilla instead of Nicola Sturgeon in live TV gaffe
BBC presenters apologised after the broadcaster’s breakfast programme showed footage of a gorilla instead of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty was telling viewers they would be joined by Ms Sturgeon later in the programme when footage of a gorilla which escaped from its enclosure at London Zoo was shown on screen.
Co-presenter Charlie Stayt quickly apologised for the gaffe.
He said: “I’m sorry, we have very clearly run the wrong pictures over that particular sequence, my apologies there.
“The story we will be talking about later, as you probably guessed by... read more
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