A funny camera fail gives BBC Look North news anchor, Caroline Bilton, a sinking feeling during a live tv broadcast…
Kirsty Wark, an anchor for BBC’s current affairs program Newsnight, surprised viewers by performing Michael Jackson’s Thriller dance at the end of the show’s Halloween night broadcast.
BBC news anchor Simon McCoy appeared on live tv holding a stack of printing paper after mistaking it for an iPad. According to a BBC spokesperson, the two items were sitting next to each other and, in the rush of live news, McCoy didn’t have an opportunity to swap them, so he simply went with it.
A clip from BBC documentary ‘The Polar Bear Family & Me’ shows cameraman Gordon Buchanan’s close call with a polar bear in Svalbard, Norway.
Either the polar bear is very hungry, or she’s just trying to help the cameraman out of that safety perspex box.
To promote the DVD release of Frozen Planet, BBC partnered with Appshaker for its first Augmented Reality Tour in the USA. Visitors of three malls in New Jersey, Illinois and California had the opportunity to watch themselves on a giant screen and interact with virtual polar bears, orcas, penguins and seals. It looks as awesome as it sounds:
Meerkats filmed by BBC’s Planet Earth Live camera crew are so unfazed by humans that they see them as part of the landscape and climb all over them.
Will Smith was on BBC One’s Graham Norton Show to promote Men In Black III, but ended up discussing how he’s still best known for his time on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The interview turned awesome when he started rapping the show’s theme and the audience sang along with him.
BBC’s Top Gear has introduced the ‘world’s most unstoppable and indestructible vehicle’ ever – the Paramount Marauder. The Marauder, a ten-ton military vehicle designed by the South African manufacturing…
Everyone loves a good blooper and BBC Scotland seemed to have a lot of technical problems with proper graphics placement recently, with pictures of Hitler and Rudolf Hess popping up at the funniest possible time.
The world’s largest underground trampoline has been unveiled in a cave in North Wales. It’s expected to be a popular attraction, but it’s definitely not for the faint hearted. Watch the BBC News report: