BBC bunker: News studios built in bomb proof room to protect it from suicide attacks

BBC bunker: News studios built in bomb proof room to protect it from suicide attacksIt sits underneath the main reception of the 1bn New Broadcasting House Staff would be protected from a blast if a bomber walked in the front doorJournalists warned to behave because they will be seen during bulletins By Alex Gore PUBLISHED: 09:40 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 19:00 GMT, 13 January 2013 The BBC's new multi-million pound television news studio has been built to be bomb proof to protect journalists from suicide attacks. The news room sits in a bunker under the main reception at the 1billion New Broadcasting House.

Drugged and strapped into an ejector seat, how BEARS were used as fighter jet test pilots in the Cold War

Revealed: How Americans used drugged BEARS to test ejector seats for fighter pilots during the Cold WarThe U.S. Air Force used Himalayan and American black bears to test the safety of the B-58 Hustler's ejection system Hustlers were the first aircraft to fly at twice the speed of sound – Mach 2 The bears suffered broken bones but none were killed in the tests | UPDATED: 16:19 GMT, 21 December 2012 Live bears were used by the American military to test the safety of the pilot ejection capsule on the world's first supersonic jet bomber, it has emerged. The B-58 Hustler was created in the 1950s during the height of the cold war.

Zara: Retailer racks up 1.3bn in 2012 as fashion icons wear label

How the SamCam effect sent profits soaring at Zara: Retailer racks up 1.3bn in 2012 | UPDATED: 23:55 GMT, 12 December 2012 Zara fan: Label took centre-stage at the Tory party conference when Samantha Cameron wore a grey jumper (29.99) and high-waisted orange cigarette pants (39.99) from the same store It is the high street fashion chain that boasts Samantha Cameron, the Duchess of Cambridge and even Mary Berry among its fans.