I sit at a desk opposite John the deployment editor when I'm at NBH. The fact that the first package wasn't on the server is a potentially massive **** up and isn't normal. I wonder who LLoyd's shoot/edit was that was late. I've been on the other end of that and it's pretty stressful.
I don't go in the actual studio as those robotic cameras go rogue and attack lighting cameramen (me) on sight. I have an earpiece too when I'm doing live stuff - to be honest I largely ignore whats happening because it's rarely anything to do with me unless I've screwed up.
That lot are all in the studio and rarely see the outside unless the programme ends up prezzing from where something is happening such as Abingdon Green during the election or whatnot. What the hell they get up to between turning up and getting on the telly I have no idea but it's probably reading story backgrounds and interfering with the script. If I'm at the NBH desk it's merely to butter up the girls that deploy the crew so I don't get a crap gig.I find videos like that very interesting.
Question for you; How does the Newsreader roster work? George Alagiah was obviously on this one & I think he read the 1 o’clock earlier in the day. They said Hugh Edwards was on the 10.
What’re all the others (Fiona, Sophie etc) doing when they’re not the ‘anchor’?
You never see them doing normal outside reporting.
An interesting read.paging @Kirkz
I know you are interested in early history, saw this and thought it might interest you
Human remains dating back to the Roman Empire populate the grounds below the surface, representing a burden for developers but a boon for archaeologists.getpocket.com