The tour is a little too simplistic, but still fun.
Not quite entirely closed - there are still a handful of people left behind keeping the BBC on air.
The people who work at foyer and costa coffee they are very nice!!!
Drink coffee, is pretty good
I just loved my BBC tour. It was fantastic. Is very cool if you love british culture. They have a TARDIS "parked" there and even a small store with cool stuff of Doctor Who and another BBC shows.
Bring cash for food as the cafe do not accept cards.
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If you're here you can visit the BBC shop in the Foyer
The 'T' in TX is actually tea, without which this building and all its output would grind to a halt
If you're here for a recording, check out Westfield for some retail therapy first!
I work here.
Just don't eat at the filling station
Be careful, if there is a lawyer in the room - find one for yourself, quick!
Don't ever eat anything more in the filling station that isn't crisps or chocolate bars!
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The 'killing station' on the 2nd floor. Not just a funny name. Avoid at all costs!
Espresso coffee from the machines in the studio production offices is actually pretty good.
See culinary creativity pushed to new limits at the legendary killing station
BBC2's good too...
Worked here between 1995 and 1999. Escaped!!
The 1963 Eurovision Song Contest was held here, touch the walls and get connected to the Eurovision history. Then take a photo and share the experience!
The canteen has gone to shit.
It's good to see this back. Its disappearance bothered me profoundly.
Beware the killing station. Especially the contents of the pots on the hot plate..
I've put the White City building back on Foursquare. How long will it survive this time? If you're thinking of deleting it or merging it with TVC, please don't: it really does exist!
Watch BBC1. It's great.
If you need milk late at night they'll sell you some in the foyer
Watch out from the zombies
The water *is* that bad.
Opening in 1960 on the site of the White City exhibition park, the studios here have witnessed much of the best of British television over the years. It won’t be used for broadcasting after 2013.
Enter only with a map or a sherpa.
I burnt my Tongue on the cafes mocha!
Very Impressive HeadEnd, all the BBC(s) everywhere managed from here....
Lost in tvc, join the club, no seriously they need members.
Come on the waters not that bad!.. :)
No milk on the 7th floor
Don't drink the water!
I work here however they do an amizing trip around the studio's if you want to give your kids or family a big behind the sceens of BBC TV
Don't expect wifi on the 5th floor!
Producers world class quality journalism. Everyone else is a distant second. ;)
beware the downstairs cafe: they serve espressos with disbelief, saying "Is that really all you want?"