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.
Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Chris O’Dowd and a massive fly visit the studio of BBC’s Graham Norton Show. Hilarity ensues.
A grizzly bear chewing on GoPro camera left by biologist Brad Josephs at Katmai National Park, Alaska, is a great demonstration of what a bear eating your face might look like.
This is Top Secret Drum Corps from Basel, Switzerland, performing at the Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2012.
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.
I love BBC documentaries, but I miss David Attenborough.
O-M-G…mother of all things cute!
Ventriloquist Nina Conti uses a guy from the audience as a human puppet. He’s a pretty good sport about it…
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: