Июнь 27, 2016
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BBC staffer spotted watching a VERY inappropriate video on office computer
BBC viewers were treated to not one, but two ‘boob’ videos yesterday. The latest one coming on BBC news at ten – which eagle eyed viewers spotted.
As presenter Sophie Raworth read the headlines, viewers spotted a lady undressing on a screen in the background – which clearly shows her go full topless.
The steamy x-rated scene was being played by a colleague in another room, but with the transparent glass in the studio, everything going on behind can be seen by all.
BBC Newsreader Joanna Gosling shows us how to boss it when you get caught off-guard.
You all saw Pakistani Indus news reporter Chaand Nawab, now see Bangladeshi newsreader singing in studio newsdesk. She is completely unaware of the running camera during a commercial break. Not her fault though, but the audience kept watching that the newsreader beauty can also turn into a singing beauty during the breaks.
Scenes such as these aren't usually visible to the crowd, this is just a glimpse of one of those several hilarious incidents which keeps happening during breaks in news casts.
It's 10 years since Guy Goma became a celebrity after he was mistaken for an internet expert and interviewed on BBC News TV.
The unemployed computer technician had been at the BBC for a job interview. But the graduate from the Congo gained worldwide attention after a mix-up saw him interviewed on air instead of Guy Kewney
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These are 'highlights' of the rapid replacement (owing to illness) of usual presenter Charlie Stayt during the first half-hour of the BBC's Breakfast programme on 19 November 2015.
Charlie became ill and left the studio, leaving his co-presenter (Louise Minchin) to introduce the next report alone.
After the regional opts, she had been joined by Sally Nugent, who was the Sports Reporter on that day, but regularly stands in when the main presenters are absent or reporting from a live location.
BBC Sport is based at the same location in Salford, so presumably they found someone else to fill Sally's sport role for the rest of the programme.
Normally, the more senior presenter sits on the left (as Louise has done), but this time they didn't bother to swap them round.
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Comedian Reginald D Hunter joined BBC Breakfast to talk about his new show The Truth.
Hunter has been on the comedy scene since 2002 when he was nominated for the best newcomer award at The Edinburgh Festival.
Originally from Georgia in the US, Hunter has been living and performing in the UK for the last 14 years.
Before the interview even started BBC Breakfast presenter Sian Williams was tickled by something Hunter said to her co-presenter Bill Turnbull.
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Earlier this year, two-year-old Thai girl Matheryn Naovaratpong became the youngest person to be cryogenically frozen, her brain being preserved at the point of death. Her parents say they are "100% convinced" future medical advances mean she will one day be restored to life.
They told the BBC's Jonathan Head it was their love for their daughter that drove them to seek this route.
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BBC Breakfast presenters Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt were forced to make a grovelling apology this morning after the F-word was broadcast live on air.
Earlier in the news show a "technical error" meant that reporter Steph McGovern's mic was still switched on after her business news segment.
The blonde was overheard saying: "And you're just thinking what the f*** is that?" as Susanna introduced guest John Wilson.
A very serious-looking Susanna later told viewers: "Now a little earlier on the programme we understand that there was a technical error and a microphone may have been open and unfortunate language may have been broadcast on the programme.
"If you heard that this morning we do make an apology for that, unfortunately people who presume that their microphones are closed may talk a little bit more freely than they should, so apologies if you were offended by that.
"And we're just going to look into correcting that technical problem and make sure it doesn't happen again."
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