Louise Minchin worries she’s ‘wasting her time’ with 'boring' BBC Breakfast routine


She was adamant that she would never sleep more than that specific time because it works well with her circadian rhythms – an internal process that regulates the sleep–wake cycle.

“No longer because I feel terrible and I do feel terrible if I have longer,” she nodded, having obviously learnt the tough way of trying to steal a few more hours sleep during the day.

“But that’s the one bit that gets me, it’s kind of like I know I have to do that because otherwise I just wouldn’t function,” she shrugged.

“I go to bed about 9:30pm at night, but I’ve got family.



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.