The BBC has announced some exciting new attractions on the award-winning tour of its world famous Television Centre. Visitors will now have a chance to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of broadcasting in a completely new touchy and feely way.
They will be able to venture into the dressing-rooms, green rooms and props cupboards that have sheltered so many famous guests over the decades. They'll also get a chance to explore outside broadcast caravans, disused bike sheds and forgotten basement offices.
Another unique attraction will let visitors take part in making their own bit of saucy TV footage in a new interactive studio complete with 3D paraphernalia which is guaranteed to tickle everybody's fancy.
Special exhibits will include memorabilia from BBC programmes such as used condoms from the Jim'll Fix It set and a unique collection of warning notes to young visitors penned by its famous presenter.
Well-informed but legally-gagged guides will entertain and surprise visitors as they walk in the footsteps of their favourite stars. They will make sure that visitors see the most interesting areas available on the day of their visit subject to the needs of forensic science teams and other investigators.
Age conditions will apply on most tours with restrictions in place for anyone over the age of 18. Tours will last between one and a half and two hours but visitors are guaranteed to leave with a lifetime of memories and future compensation claims.
Further information for school parties (including risk assessment and lewd study notes) are available on request.
Visitors are also being encouraged to book before 2014 with rumours that the entire edifice may be raised to the ground and sent to land-fill.