BBC Breakfast's line-up has undergone a bit of a shake-up since Dan Walker and Louise Minchin left, but one familiar face is still greeting early morning viewers.
Charlie Stayt is the longest-standing member of the current Breakfast team - but how much do you know about him?
Who is Charlie Stayt?
Familiar to BBC Breakfast viewers as a long-running anchor on the show, Stayt is one of the BBC news team's most recognisable stars.
He joined Breakfast as a relief presenter back in 2006, but was confirmed as one of the regular hosting team the following year and has been presenting the news for the show ever since.
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Stayt is from Gloucester and his previous roles have included jobs at Capital Radio, LBC, BBC Radio 5 Live, ITN, Five News and Sky News.
He has also fronted the reality shows Jailbreak and Are You Telepathic?.
The journalist has had many a clash with a Government minister on the show, holding the likes of Oliver Dowden, Kwasi Karteng and Dominic Raab to account over issues including Downing Street parties, COVID policy and petrol prices.
When is Charlie Stayt on BBC Breakfast?
You can catch Stayt on BBC One's BBC Breakfast three days a week, from Thursday to Saturday.
The show runs from 6am to 9.15am on weekdays and 6am to 10am on weekends.
Stayt co-presentes alongside one of the show's other biggest stars, Naga Munchetty, who has been on the Breakfast sofa since 2014.
Watch: BBC Breakfast's Charlie Stayt questions minister over EU care workers