Shelagh's leaving Breakfast (but she's staying at 5 live)
If you were listening to 5 live this morning, you will have heard that we've got some important changes to our presenter line-up from next May.
Shelagh's done an outstanding job on Breakfast for the last seven years, playing a pivotal role in helping the programme win many awards.
Her on-air relationship with Nicky has been magical and it's not a partnership that any 5 live Controller would break up lightly - but this is a big opportunity for Shelagh.
From next May she will bring her own individual magic to lunchtimes, covering all of the day's news, sport and business as well as Prime Minister's Questions each Wednesday.
We'll use the next four months to think about any changes we want to make to the programme, so do let us know what you think about what it should include and how it should sound.
The next part of the jigsaw will obviously be who will be joining Nicky on Breakfast. I'll be bringing you news on that in the New Year. In the meantime it's a good time to reflect on how special they have made 5 live Breakfast.
As Shelagh herself says:"I'm in the lucky position of leaving a job I love to start one I'm really excited about. Nicky says he forgives me but I don't believe him!! Hopefully he and I can still do programmes together in the future one way or another. I learnt a huge amount just by sitting next to him, and I'll miss him."
And Nicky's tweet sums it up well: "Shelagh is a fantastic broadcaster, special person and amazing friend. I will miss her so much as I know you will. The search is on."