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  Behind the scenes: Cape of Good Hope
The crew is preparing for the first LIVE broadcast from windy Cape Point - at the bottom of Africa
1/11 The crew is preparing for the first LIVE broadcast from windy Cape Point - at the bottom of Africa
The Newsround helicopter swoops over the sea for some dramatic camera shots
2/11 The Newsround helicopter swoops over the sea for some dramatic camera shots
Producer Georgie Bevan checks on the latest headlines from London so they can be included in the programme
3/11 Producer Georgie Bevan checks on the latest headlines from London so they can be included in the programme
Lizo checks his autocue script on computer - the autocue is what he uses to read from while he talks to the camera
4/11 Lizo checks his autocue script on computer - the autocue is what he uses to read from while he talks to the camera
Then it's time to rehearse and make sure the satellite link to London is working - it can all get quite tense
5/11 Then it's time to rehearse and make sure the satellite link to London is working - it can all get quite tense
Plug all these wires in and the TV pictures appear on your TV as they happen more than 6,000 miles away
6/11 Plug all these wires in and the TV pictures appear on your TV as they happen more than 6,000 miles away
Newsround in Africa goes live - Lizo looks relaxed in between reports
7/11 Newsround in Africa goes live - Lizo looks relaxed in between reports
Here are the people who made it all happen: camera, autocue, sound, production - and the presenting!
8/11 Here are the people who made it all happen: camera, autocue, sound, production - and the presenting!
Chatting about how the programme went as the sun goes down - South Africa is two hours ahead of the UK
9/11 Chatting about how the programme went as the sun goes down - South Africa is two hours ahead of the UK
Time to dismantle the satellite dish
10/11 Time to dismantle the satellite dish
And then the sun sets on the first day of Newsround in Africa
11/11 And then the sun sets on the first day of Newsround in Africa

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