If the worst should happen, what would the news do?
During the Cold War the BBC drew up extensive plans to continue broadcasting even in the event of a nuclear strike.
The War Book was a detailed document that laid out what the BBC would do in the event of a "nuclear exchange."
This involved relocating to 11 protected bunkers across the UK which are referred to as "Deferred Facilities."
Also known as "Regional Seats of Government," these locations would house government staff and ministers as well as five BBC staff, mostly from local radio stations, who would run the news studio contained in the facility.
The beeb's main headquarters would have been based at the Engineering Training Department at Wood Norton in Worcestershire, pictured below.