An inquisitive bird hit the headlines when it flew into a busy TV studio and perched itself - next to a newsreader.
Regional BBC presenter Alison Johns was in the middle of a live breakfast bulletin when the feathered visitor landed on a monitor just behind her.
The bird, believed to be a wren, remained in shot for several seconds before Ms Johns handed over to the weather forecast.
The TV anchor had no idea it was right behind her but as soon as she was off air staff captured the creature and carefully released it into the wild.
Ms Johns, a reporter and presenter for West Country-based BBC Spotlight, tweeted a still of the bird afterwards, saying: 'Unexpected guest with me in @BBCSpotlight studio this morning!'