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|Summary:||Media await royal baby outside hospital amid sweltering heat|
|Date:||07/19/2013 02:04 PM|
1. Wide of umbrellas sheltering media from sun outside St Mary's hospital
2. Various of umbrellas
3. Various of TV reporter being shielded from sun
4. Various of media holding water bottles
5. Mid of men wearing hats
6. Mid of men sitting in shade
7. Mid of cameraman wearing hat sleeping in shade
8. Various of TV reporter interviewing guest holding tray of coctails
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Adam Davies, photographer:
"It's been okay, it's quite warm, but we're very lucky that we've got this nice built-in canopy really. I'm just drinking plenty of water, as always. But it's better than being in the pouring rain."
10. Wide of cameraman, Mark Heathcote, wearing hat and drinking water
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Mark Heathcote, cameraman:
"I'm a red-head so I burn very easily, so I just have to make sure I've got sun cream on, and my hat, and I'm underneath the umbrella. Most people think the umbrella is to keep the camera cool but it's actually to keep me cool. I've been glugging away at water as well. I buy one and a half litres a day, and I make sure I drink the whole thing."
12. Tilt down from hospital to media
It may the hottest story in town, but the wait for Kate's baby has been too hot to handle for many of the media camped outside the hospital where she's due to give birth.
Photographers and TV crews have had to endure temperatures well into the thirties as London's heatwave continues.
One TV reporter even brought in a drinks expert, complete with a tray of cocktails, to pass the time - and give the impression at least of keeping cool.
Photographer Adam Davies was taking shelter in the canopy of a cafe directly opposite the hospital steps.
"We're very lucky that we've got this nice built-in canopy really. I'm just drinking plenty of water, as always," Davies said. "But it's better than being in the pouring rain," he added.
Cameraman Mark Heathcote said he was getting through the heat by keeping his hat on and drinking large quantities of water.
He also said that the sea of umbrellas over the media camp wasn't the protect the cameras, but the media who operate them.
"Most people think the umbrella is to keep the camera cool but it's actually to keep me cool," he said.
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