BBC Breakfast’s Nina Warhurst panics as show hit by ‘casualty’ in skating chaos

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On Tuesday morning's BBC Breakfast, presenter Nina Warhurst was given the opportunity to present from a roller-skating rink in Liverpool to discuss the reopening of venues across the UK.

However, reporting a fairly serious subject on skates can be an extreme sport for any news presenter.

Talking via video link to presenters Dan Walker and Sally Nugent who back at the studio, Nina could hardly keep her composure as she tried to ensure she didn't fall down.

Trying her best to be serious and to balance on skates, Nina said: "There's still some uncertainty with road map ahead. Let's grab Laurie who's part of the opening here- woo!"

Trying her best to keep things on track, Nina continued: "Are planning a day trip somewhere. About half of us are planning an overnight stay.

"And that revenue, this big burst of spend will still be nowhere near where we were pre-pandemic levels."

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