BBC Breakfast is hit by a technical blunder during an interview as viewers complain about 'dreadful' sound

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BBC Breakfast was seemingly struck by a method blunder during an question and reply pinch eight-year-old Stevie who is an aspiring vocalist connected Tuesday morning's show.

The programme, which aired for nan 2nd time moving without regular big Jon Kay, saw stand-in Ben Thompson and Sally Nugent chat to Stevie and his father.

The begetter and boy duo, who unrecorded in Kilkenny successful Ireland, were invited onto nan show to chat astir Stevie's awesome capacity of the Irish rugby anthem during nan Six Nations lucifer betwixt Ireland and Italy connected Sunday.

However, arsenic Stevie and his begetter tried to talk nan life-changing moment, their voices were muffled by a method glitch which interrupted nan interview.

During nan distant interview, which was conducted complete video link, they encountered issues pinch nan sound which irritated viewers astatine home.

BBC Breakfast was seemingly struck by a method blunder during an question and reply pinch eight-year-old Stevie who is an aspiring vocalist connected Tuesday morning's show

The programme, which aired for nan 2nd time moving without regular big Jon Kay, saw stand-in Ben Thompson and Sally Nugent chat to Stevie and his begetter (pictured)

The sound kept dropping out, meaning that viewers struggled to make retired what nan young interviewee was saying during nan segment.

At 1 stage, puzzled-looking presenter Sally lunged forward, appearing to effort and get a amended thought of what  Stevie was saying.

Fans admitted they were disappointed to miss retired connected nan question and reply owed to nan faulty sound and took to X to stock their grievances. 

One said: 'Are your sound/technical squad disconnected today? Sound connected immoderate of your interviews is dreadful.'

While different added: 'What is going connected pinch nan sound this morning?'

Jon Kay grounded to look connected nan show for nan 2nd time moving and his absence is truthful acold yet to beryllium explained.

Ben has truthful acold stood successful connected galore occasions since nan opening of nan year, while Carol Kirkwood presented nan upwind updates. 

Earlier this week it was revealed that chap presenter Ben Boulos is group to return to screens aft his month-long absence. 

The begetter and boy duo, who unrecorded successful Kilkenny successful Ireland, were invited onto nan show to chat astir Stevie's awesome capacity of nan Irish rugby anthem during nan Six Nations lucifer betwixt Ireland and Italy connected Sunday

However, arsenic Stevie and his begetter tried to talk nan life-changing moment, their voices were muffled by a method glitch which interrupted nan interview

The programme has seen a shingle up of hosts successful caller weeks with Naga Munchetty besides taking a break from nan show.

Ben, 39, who changed his past sanction to bespeak his practice successful 2021, has been distant connected a travel to nan United States.

The news anchor visited New York, New Orleans and Washington DC but has now returned to nan iconic reddish sofa.

His co-star Naga has besides been backmost connected surface aft respective week distant pinch Sally sitting successful for her.

Last month, BBC Ben was interrupted while unrecorded connected tv by a man who had mistaken him for an employee.

The presenter, who was sporting a hi-vis jacket, was presenting a conception from a marketplace hallway successful Birmingham erstwhile nan hilarious brushwood took place.

Earlier this week it was revealed that chap presenter Ben Boulos is group to return to screens aft his month-long absence (pictured with Nina Warhurst)

Last month, BBC Ben was interrupted while unrecorded connected tv by a man who had mistaken him for an employee 

A confused-looking man could beryllium seen wandering astir down Ben, who was talking astir nan complaint of inflation connected nan prices of nutrient up of Christmas.

While successful mid-flow, nan man walks up to Ben and asks him something, to which he replies: 'I don't activity here, I'm conscionable doing nan news!'

From nan BBC's workplace successful Salford, presenter Jon Kay thanked Ben for fitting his reporting into his 'shift astatine nan market'.

Ben later reshared nan infinitesimal connected X, formerly known as Twitter, overmuch to nan enjoyment of his followers who laughed astatine nan mishap. 

In nan comments section, his fans posted a bid of laughing look emojis and quips, including 1 who wrote: 'Always bully to person thing to autumn backmost connected Ben!'

Another personification branded nan infinitesimal 'more Breakfast TV gold', referencing akin gaffes which person taken spot complete nan years.