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In March 2012, cameras panned onto fifty-year-old BBC Breakfast news presenter Simon McCoy when he had his head on the desk, apparently snoozing. ’ Inveterate prankster When he worked for Irish national network RTÉ, veteran broadcaster Terry Wogan used to burn his co-hosts’ scripts while they were live on air. , revealing that much of his early career involved quite a bit of pranking. Jeremy Paxman: Cross Him At Your Peril Author, broadcaster, journalist, angry man: Jeremy Paxman tells it like it is.
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The accident and emergency unit in Newcastle now looks almost certain to move from its home in— [The news studio lights turn off. ] Colin Briggs: Don’t worry, we haven’t paid the lighting bill. ] BBC local news A bit of an earful Faced with a revolving on-screen graphic and intro music that had stuck, this BBC News 24 presenter clearly had half the gallery shouting in her ear. Sadly, she opened the bulletin with: News anchor: Good evening and welcome to the problem. We seem to be having some …a few problems this morning …I do apologize for that.