I was wondering: Do the live audiences get to watch the review scenes or races on the spot there? Or does the presenter introduce the scene, then they just keep filming pretending that they saw the scene?
So do they arrange the people as well? Do they tell this group of attractive girls to stand more in front or is it completely random?The audience get to see it. The presenter introduces the film and then the audience all watch it on the monitors and then they break and move the cameras around for the next segment.
Just a heads up, people.
Jeremy will be on Wossy this Friday (23rd).
I don't know if he was a last minute stand in, or if he was meant to be in it all along, because Robert Downey Jr. and Demi Moore cancelled because Bjork exploded or something.
So do they arrange the people as well? Do they tell this group of attractive girls to stand more in front or is it completely random?
BBC1 ident featuring Hammond in animated form,
The low survival rate is due to a combination of factors, chief amongst which is the Marina's relatively poor rust-proofing as well as its high likelihood of being below a falling piano.