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The Vote Now Show team at work

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Steve Bowbrick Steve Bowbrick 09:08, Tuesday, 20 April 2010

When I heard that the Vote Now Show team was writing and editing the programme three floors below me in Henry Wood House (opposite Broadcasting House in the West End of London) I had to nip down and get some photos. The scale of the task is daunting: twelve programmes over three weeks: each written, rehearsed, recorded (in front of an audience in the Radio Theatre) and edited for transmission during a single day.

And yet the team of writers, performers and producers in these photographs looks remarkably relaxed. I took these pictures at about 0930 yesterday morning, just after Steve Punt, series producer Victoria Lloyd and the writing team had gathered for the day's work - armed with newspapers and coffee. The fruit of their labour was transmitted at 2300 last night and, as I write, they're downstairs crafting tonight's episode. Relentless.

Steve Bowbrick, editor, Radio 4 blog


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