BBC Newscaster Does a Live Report Holding a Package of Printer Paper Instead of an iPad

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One can only assume he grabbed the wrong rectangle-shaped thing before going live.

BBC Weatherwoman Wendy Hurrell Just About Rolls Her Eyes Out of Their Sockets on Live TV

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This is what happens when the camera stays on a few seconds too long.

"Thanks very much!"
"OMG I am so done..."

Can the Dead Be Happy?

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Can the Dead Be Happy?
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The BBC's homepage displayed a video proclaiming that Tony Nicklinson, a British man suffering from Locked-In syndrome, is "happy," while simultaneously showing a breaking news headline that he had died after losing a High Court battle over his right to commit suicide. Well, which one is it, BBC? Take your pick!

And Now, For a Live Update, Let's Go to the Scene!

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And Now, For a Live Update, Let's Go to the Scene!
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"It's an in-credible story, Bill, we have just received word that the hedgehog has MIRACULOUSLY freed itself from the tin. The standoff with the tin had been going on for about five hours, but it looks as if he's in the clear. We're expecting an official statement from Prime Minister Cameron in about half an hour. Back to you in the studio!"

Working Around the World

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Working Around the World
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Here we see a bar graph of the average number of hours a typical employee works in a year broken down by country. According to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), South Korea's workers put in the most hours at an average of 2193 per year. Coming in at a close second is Chile at 2068, while Germany and the Netherlands round out the group at 1408 and 1377 hours, respectively. For the full list of figures, hover over the image here.