Parts of Your News that you would not have seen on TV
Every week the Your News team travels to a different part of the country to film the programme, however not all of what we record can be used.
The show is usually taped on a Thursday which means two presenters, two producers and a cameraman decamp from Television Centre in West London to a location somewhere in the UK.
Each week we feature a story from someone who's written to us and where they live dictates where we're going to anchor the show.
Under pressure, the presenters can get their words completely wrong
We always make effort we get to the places not usually covered by BBC News.
As with any TV production, the longer the shoot takes, the more it's likely to cost which is why we are under immense pressure to film what we need as quickly as possible.
This becomes especially difficult during winter when the light is only at its best from around 9am to 3pm.
So it's not surprising that sometimes presenters get their words muddled or forget what they're talking about.
While out filming it can get quite stressful but afterwards is always amusing to rewatch the bloopers we made.
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