BBC at the Commonwealth in 10 photos

As the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow draws to a close, check out these 10 photos from behind the scenes of the BBC's coverage.

Mark Foster has make-up applied to him BBC Sport pundit and former swimmer Mark Foster, multitasking as he texts while having make-up applied.
Radio Two's Ken Bruce catches up with Fred MacAulay of Radio Scotland Radio Scotland's Fred MacAulay, also a comedian, proves it by making Ken Bruce of Radio Two laugh.
BBC Sport's Simon Mundie ready for action in Glasgow at Pacific Quay BBC Sport's Simon Mundie ready for action in Glasgow at Pacific Quay. But did he have enough passes?
Radio Scotland's Kaye Adams with BBC at the Quay APs Donna McCabe and Mary Begley Radio Scotland's Kaye Adams (centre) with BBC at the Quay APs Donna McCabe and Mary Begley.
Daley Thompson and cop Ex-Olympic champion Daley Thompson at BBC Scotland's Reception with an appreciative local policeman.
BBC Breakfast at the Quay with Erraid Davies, the youngest Scottish Medallist and Steve Way, England marathon runner Breakfast at the Quay with young Scottish medallist Erraid Davies and English marathon runner Steve Way.
BBC Scotland's Dougie Vipond does piece to camera from BBC at the Quay BBC Scotland's Dougie Vipond does a piece to camera from BBC at the Quay.
Audiences soaking up the sun in deckchairs while watching BBC at the Quay Big Screen Audiences soak up the sun in deckchairs while watching BBC at the Quay Big Screen.
Rebecca Adlington Rebecca Adlington and 200m swimming winner Ross Murdoch at BBC One's Tonight at the Games.
Crowd Crowds flocked to watch BBC coverage of the Games at the Quay Big Screen.

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