Become a TV presenter at BBC Broadcasting House


Bong! And the News At Ten is read today by…you! Try your hand at reading the news on a backstage tour of BBC Broadcasting House.

If you've ever watched the BBC's news and weather reports and thought 'I can do that', well now you can – by going on a tour of BBC Broadcasting House in Central London.

As well as reading the news and weather reports on an interactive news set, you'll have the chance to make your own radio play (including music and sound effects), see the state-of-the-art newsroom in action, and on some tours visit the restored Radio Theatre. And as it's a working building, you never know who you might bump in to on your way around…

Throughout the 1.5-hour tour, your guide will fill you in on the fascinating history of the BBC – and BBC Broadcasting House itself. And if you're really organised, you could book a free ticket to be in the audience of a recording at BBC Radio Theatre (terms and conditions apply).

*This tour is no longer running*

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