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BBC studio webcams and ghostcam

View the BBC Lincolnshire studios from the comfort of your office or home PC.

There are three automatic webcams housed within BBC Lincolnshire beaming images around the globe.

Keep an eye on your favourite presenters like Rod Whiting and the Breakfast Show team, Melvyn Prior, Nicola Gilroy and William Wright.

Also, we have a ghostcam watching for ghosts in the BBC Lincolnshire building which is reputed to be haunted - Watch if you dare!

BBC Lincolnshire Studio One

BBC Lincolnshire Studio One
BBC Lincolnshire Studio One

This is Studio One at BBC Lincolnshire.

Melvyn Prior uses this studio between 9.30-12.00pm and then from 4.00pm-7pm you can keep an eye on William Wright's Drivetime.

View the webcam here »

BBC Lincolnshire Studio Two

BBC Lincolnshire Studio Two
BBC Lincolnshire Studio Two

This is Studio Two at BBC Lincolnshire.

This is the studio that Rod Whiting presents the Breakfast Programme from between 6.30-9.30am every weekday morning. Nicola Gilroy uses this studio between 2.00-4.00pm.

View the webcam here »

BBC Lincolnshire ghostcam

BBC Lincolnshire ghostcam
Can you see anything strange?

We have set up an image intensifying camera in the roof of the old Radion Buildings.

You can just see the old pillar markings from when the building was used as a cinema - in fact one of the ghost rumours is of an Ice-cream Lady.

View the webcam here »

More webcams

We have many more webcams in Lincolnshire for you to see.

Visit the coast with our sealcam and coastcam, look around Lincoln from the castle walls, across to Lincoln Cathedral and join our reporters out and about with our roving webcam.

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