By Marion Appleby
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Boomtown brat In 2003, in a segment in which celebrity guests review the latest singles on ITV’s Saturday-morning children’s show CD:UK, guest, serial-swearer Bob Geldof, let it all hang out. He started fairly tamely by professing his enthusiasm for Irish band the Thrills. ’ Clearly warming to his theme, Geldof wouldn’t take no for an answer when it turned out there wasn’t enough time left to show the final single. ‘Do it anyway,’ he told Deeley. ‘Fuck the tape! ’ Icky Pop Iggy Pop once appeared on ITV’s live Saturday-morning children’s television programme No.
Unknown newscaster for a UK local news report ‘I can’t hear a word. ’ Sarah Montague on Radio 4’s Today programme Don’t work with children, animals …or buses A live broadcast in Cincinatti, Ohio, was interrupted in January 2012 when a bus almost mowed down a gathering of reporters. The assembled journalists were there for a press conference on, of all things, workplace safety, but were rudely interrupted when a bus barged into their throng. The vehicle’s driver tried in vain to reverse her oversized chariot; when she couldn’t she dismounted and gave the reporters a piece of her mind.
Remember to pause The script: This is BBC World News. I’m Jonathan Charles [PAUSE]. Kept hidden for almost two decades and forced to bear children … How it was read by the newsreader: This is BBC World News. I’m Jonathan Charles, kept hidden for almost two decades and forced to bear children. BBC World News 2. Try not to fumble your words News host: Thank you very much, Rob. I’m back with a look at the head-weather …with the headlines …after a look at …the weather, with Rob McCowd …er …McCowdrey.
Are We Live? : the Funniest Bloopers from TV and Radio by Marion Appleby