Date(s) - 24/02/2018
1:30 pm - 3:15 pm
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BBC Newcastle Tours offer visitors a unique opportunity to step behind the scenes of our television and radio world.
Why do some newsreaders only wear one shoe? Why does the weather forecaster have an earpiece in their left ear, while news presenters have one in their right? In radio why do some programmes have a “driver”? And what is the RATS alarm?
After the tour, you might just know the answers!
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis to NEH members and their guests and payment must be received by January 19. For further information please contact Moira Turner on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone/text 07740 427132.
Prices are Adults £10, over 60’s £9.25, Student £8 and child £7.50
Please transfer money directly to:
The Co-operative Bank
Sort code 08-92-99
a/c no. 65183674
a/c name: North East Humanists
Please use BBC/your postcode and initials as our reference number or complete the form below to pay by Paypal
Alternatively you can send a cheque made payable to North East Humanists to NEH Phil Barraclough, Treasurer, North East Humanists, 7 Kildale, Mount Pleasant, Houghton-Le-Spring. DH4 7SG. Please write BBC tour on the back of your cheque.