Johnny Vaughan has returned to The Big Breakfast's iconic house for the first time in 19 years following the news that it has been put up for sale.
The six-bedroom mansion hosted the anarchic Channel 4 breakfast show through the 1990s until the programme was axed in 2002, with Vaughan hosting alongside Denise van Outen and Liza Tarbuck during its second heyday between 1997 and 2001.
In the years since the show ended the house has survived a large fire and the threat of demolition to make way for the iconic Olympics 2012 venue the London Stadium - now home to West Ham United and a mere stone's throw from the house.
Earlier this month it emerged that the iconic venue is on the market with an asking price of £5.75 million, prompting Vaughan to visit the site in a segment for his Radio X show.
Watch Vaughan take an "emotional" trip down memory lane below: