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Coronavirus: Robert Kelly whose kids crashed BBC interview talks about working from home

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The BBC speaks to the family who became a global hit in 2017 when the children crashed a live TV interview.
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News video: ‘BBC Dad’ who went viral returns to channel with wife and two children

‘BBC Dad’ who went viral returns to channel with wife and two children 01:37

A family that went viral on social media after two young children interrupted a live interview on the BBC have returned to the channel. Professor Robert E Kelly was appearing on the news channel in 2017 from his home in South Korea when son James and daughter Marion barged in and stole the show in...

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