Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 13 July 2014

Video: Broken news - the best TV news gaffes and bloopers

Guy Goma gained international fame in 2006 after a BBC gaffe. Click 'Next' to watch the video . . .

Thanks to the internet we no longer need to rely on the services of Denis Norden to relive those difficult situations that news presenters can occasionally find themselves in.

Here we take a look at some of the best TV news gaffes and bloopers from around the world.

Click on 'More Pictures' to launch the video gallery.

Have you seen a funny TV blooper that we didn't include? Leave your suggestions and comments below.

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