Walker added: “It’s just a case of what you like really. But I think the BBC Breakfast official clock is dead for today.”
Things took a bizarre turn after the analogue clock was digitally enlarged and superimposed over Minchin’s legs, with Walker realising that if he waved in front of the real clock, his hand would appear on the other side of the screen in front of the digital one.
He said: “Our director Gareth is very proud of this, he’s managed to superimpose the analogue clock on Louise’s knees.”
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