Children from King's Oak Primary school in New Malden learned to present the weather at the BBC studios

Tanveen Kaur presents her own show

Tanveen Kaur presents her own show

First published in News Surrey Comet: Photograph of the Author by , Chief reporter

Children from King’s Oak Primary School learned how to present the weather and saw Dr Who’s Tardis during a tour around BBC studios.

Young journalists from the Dickerage Lane school won a competition to make it to the studios in White City last week.

They met with radio presenters, recorded a show and even got to see the Tardis.

Jessica Swash, 10, said: "The presenters told us all about their job. I learnt how the mike and the headphones worked. I felt like a real radio presenter."

Tanveen Kaur, 11, said: "I would love to work for the BBC.”

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