'BBC Breakfast' has announced Sally Nugent as a permanent anchor following the departure of Louise Minchin in September.
The broadcaster will launch new logos and graphics for all its major platforms and streaming services.
The 56-year-old 'Question Time' host admitted some news stories she had reported were so upsetting they have been “burned into my mind.”
Owain Wyn Evans tweeted: "When they said try working from home I didn’t realise they’d expect me to do the music too."
The newsreader is currently on a break from receiving cancer treatment but is taking the advice for those with underlying health issues.
He said a member of the behind-the-scenes team had conveniently placed it at the end of the running order.
The journalist was diagnosed with an advanced form of the disease in 2014, and it returned last year.
BBC tech correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones has said he initially thought Parkinson's symptoms were a "running injury".
Sir Cliff Richard has launched legal action against the BBC and South Yorkshire Police after a raid on his home was filmed from a helicopter and shown live on TV. Sir Cliff, 75, was the subject of a long-running police investigation based on allegations of historical sex offences dating between 1958 and 1983 made by four men. The singer has always denied the allegations, and the Crown Prosecution Services (CPS) discontinued the case in June on the grounds of insufficient evidence.
Actor Matthew Lewis of Harry Potter fame has seemingly changed careers, stepping out of the grandiose halls of Hogwarts and into the busy BBC newsroom. The film star posted a photo on Instagram to his 358,000 followers, as he poised behind the famous news desk wearing a subtle but sharp-looking grey blazer and black shirt combo.