‘Not another one!’ BBC Breakfast’s Jon Kay bids farewell to colleague amid ‘new adventure’

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BBC Breakfast presenter Jon Kay, 51, took to Twitter and penned a heartfelt farewell to his colleague who announced they were quitting the Beeb after 31 years. Sarah Ransome shared she is leaving the BBC in a candid message.

Sarah, who is a Network Correspondent on BBC Radio 5 Live, announced her departure today.

In view of her 1,728 followers, the TV journalist admitted it had been a “privilege” to work for the BBC.

She began: “1/2 After 31 yrs with BBC News, it’s time for someone else to have a turn. From Local Radio, R5live to Network Correspondent – it’s been a blast!

“Huge thanks to everyone who’s trusted me to tell their stories – to all colleagues and contacts & special thanks to my lovely SW [south west] team.”

Sarah continued: “2/2 I’ve had a ringside seat to some of the most amazing stories in the SW.

“And some of the most awful. It’s been a privilege to have been there & to work for the BBC.

“I’m going to miss it. I may be leaving the job but not the memories. Time for new adventures! Onwards & upwards.” (sic)

The journalist was swiftly inundated with messages, as people offered their well wishes.

Jon retweeted Sarah’s farewell message on his Twitter account, in view of his 37,000 followers.

He wrote: “‘Not another one!’ as someone once said [Winking face emoji]

“We are all going to miss @Sarah_Ransome so, so much. The kindest, loveliest friend and team player you can possibly imagine – and a cracking reporter. @bbc5live @BBCSpotlight @BBCDevon @BBCCornwall @BBCNews.”

Twitter user Tanya Hines penned: “All the best Sarah! Remember those early days of Five Live.”


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“Good luck, Sarah! I’ll miss our early morning email exchanges catching up on the southwest news! All the very best,” said BBC journalist James Vickery.

Mark Jones tweeted: “Best wishes Sarah. Enjoy the new adventures.”

“31 years! Never,” Jane Slavin commented.

Sarah has worked in broadcast journalism for the past three decades including reporting on national television, radio and online.

Meanwhile, Jon recently shared his excitement after it was announced that Sally Nugent would be replacing Louise Minchin on BBC Breakfast.

The former Breakfast host announced she was stepping down from her role in the summer.

Jon tweeted: “Was bursting to say something out loud this morning but she swore me to secrecy!

“So pleased @sallynugent has been confirmed as a permanent host on @BBCBreakfast. A great journo, she’s clever, funny, warm and a real team player.” (sic)

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One at 6am.

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