BBC One’s flagship Sunday political programme was 10 minutes late going on air due to technical problems.
The Andrew Marr Show, which was being hosted by Mishal Husain, went on air at 0910, 10 minutes later than planned.
But problems continued as journalist Chris Mason was forced to abandon reading the news headlines minutes after the show began due to the “gremlins”.
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Mr Mason read the lead news story, about Natascha Engel quitting as the Government’s fracking tsar, but was forced to give up.
After a brief pause he said: “I’m afraid, Mishal, I’m not seeing any more of this news bulletin. These gremlins, I’m afraid, are continuing and I’ll have to hand back to you.”
Ms Husain said: “We do have a few technical problems this morning, so apologies for that. We have come on air on BBC One a little bit later than we had hoped to.”