BBC Newsreader shares priceless reaction after being taken to task for ‘incorrect typing’ at end of program

A BBC NEWSREADDER has shared a hilarious response after being called out for “mistyping” during a broadcast.

Presenter Pam Caulfield left viewers stunned at the end of her Points West bulletin on Sunday.

A BBC newsreader has shared a hilarious reaction after being called out for

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A BBC newsreader has shared a hilarious reaction after being called out for “mistyping” during a broadcastPhoto credit: BBC
Presenter Pam Caulfield left viewers stunned at the end of her Points West bulletin on Sunday

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Presenter Pam Caulfield left viewers stunned at the end of her Points West bulletin on SundayPhoto credit: BBC
On X, formerly known as Twitter, the journalist shared a picture of her pretending to play the piano

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On X, formerly known as Twitter, the journalist shared a picture of her pretending to play the pianoPhoto credit: BBC

Pam ended the show by pretending to type on her laptop in the studio as the camera cut away from her.

But after being alerted by viewers and even the Beeb, she finally responded to the hilarious clip.

On X, formerly known as Twitter, the journalist shared a picture of her pretending to play the piano.

Pam joked: “I can play the piano too…”

On social media, viewers reacted in droves to Pam’s blunder, with one saying: “10/10 for the wrong entry!”

A second wrote: “Typing out today’s headlines is a load of gibberish.”

“I wonder what she’s writing,” said a third.

While a fourth commented: “Definitely not in office.”

Pam’s gaffe wasn’t the only mistake the Beeb made this week, as they were condemned for a shameful card graphic error.

Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark welcomed journalist Mark Urban and former British ambassador to the US Sir Kim Darroch to talk about Hamas and the escalating war in Israel.

To illustrate his discussion of how Iran might fit into the potential conflict, Mark asked for a map to be visible on the screen.

One quickly appeared behind Sir Kim, showing Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Iran and Iraq.

However, there was a major error on the screen which Mark thankfully caught.

“Iraq and Iran – I think the names are misplaced,” he explained.

Gary B. Graves

Gary B. Graves is a Worldtimetodays U.S. News Reporter based in Canada. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Gary B. Graves joined Worldtimetodays in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: GaryBGraves@worldtimetodays.com.

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