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The BBC had the right idea about how to get through working on Christmas Day

Fierce craic over at Broadcasting House.

WORKING OVER THE holidays? We know that feeling.

Here at HQ we’re busy out bringing you the news over the festive period and it’s the same in many newsrooms around the world with articles to be published, papers to be put to bed, and broadcasts to be, er, broadcast.

It’s a hard old slog but you have to have a bit of craic beyond eating turkey and ham sandwiches and hopping off the box of Roses.

Here’s what they were getting up to at the BBC’s Broadcasting House in London yesterday:

It’s a far more sedate affair in here this morning:

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