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Paul Ross and Jo Good

Paul Ross and Jo Good

Breakfast with JoAnne Good and Paul Ross

Breakfast in London just gets better as JoAnne Good is joined by Paul Ross on BBC London 94.9

Get the day started with JoAnne Good and Paul Ross as they bring you the latest news, sport, travel and weather for London plus a big dollop of laughs and entertainment.

Join them every weekday morning from 6am on BBC London 94.9. To get involved with the show - email Jo and Paul at joandpaul@bbc.co.uk or call/text during the programme - CALL 020 7224 2000 or TEXT 07786 200 949

Introducing the Breakfast Team

About JoAnne Good

Jo Good trained as an actress and appeared in Central Television's Crossroads for a number of years playing Carol Sands.  She also played Rodney's date in the second ever episode of Only Fools and Horses.

About Paul Ross

Paul Ross – eldest brother in a family of six including broadcaster Jonathan Ross – was born in Leytonstone, North East London and attend a local school before going to Kent University and then to Exeter to read and research English literature.

He trained as a journalist in the West Country and then got a job at LWT working for Greg Dyke as a researcher.

His first job as a TV presenter was on a current affairs show called Eyewitness and he is currently the showbiz correspondent and film critic for This Morning.

Remember!

Email Jo & Paul at joandpaul@bbc.co.uk or call/text during the programme - CALL 020 7224 2000 or TEXT 07786 200 949

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