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Join Gaby and Paul every weekday morning from 6am with London's news, travel, entertainment and guests.
Of course, early starts are nothing new for Gaby, she first made a splash in broadcasting in 1992 when she joined The Big Breakfast alongside Chris Evans.
She presented BBC TV's Children In Need from 1994 to 2004 and, also in 2004, teamed up with Terry Wogan to co-host Eurovision - Making Your Mind Up, the successor to A Song For Europe, the pre-selection song for the Eurovision Song Contest.
Paul has been on the radio in the capital since the mid-1990s and, as a result, has become one of the best known voices on London's airwaves.
Born on his father's 18th birthday New Year's Eve 1956, Paul is the eldest of five boys and a girl and grew up in Leytonstone, north-east London.
Having trained as a journalist, Paul then got a job at LWT working for Greg Dyke as a researcher on the Six O' Clock Show with Michael Aspel, Chris Tarrant and Danny Baker.
He later ended up editing that show, as well as the London Programme.
Paul Ross flies solo with a look back at 2012.
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