A REPORTER for BBC News has left fans in awe as she revealed her 'super mum' hack just minutes from going live.

Anna Holligan was bringing viewers up to date on the expected rulling over the MH17 plane crash.

The Europe Correspondent joined the bulletin from what appeared to be a park.

And she's left fellow mums in awe after she revealed her busy morning before she started broadcasting.

Taking to her social media, Anna told her fans how she done the school run just before coming on air.

The journalist was working solo as she showed intrigued viewers how she was filming from her mobile phone – on her bicycle.

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Using her own earphones to hear the presenter and director, Anna also had a ring light to ensure viewers could see her.

Posting images to Twitter, she wrote: "Doing school run then getting on air, broadcasting around the @BBCWorld three minutes after drop off – simply wouldn’t be possible without this mobile broadcasting device."

Impressed fans replied to the broadcaster, as one wrote: "Supermum!"

Another said: "Pretty amazing set up you have there! Bet it’s a talking point at the school gates when dropping off!"

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"This is fantastic," said a third.

While a fourth posted: "Impressive!"

BBC News viewers were recently stunned when an out-of-control camera zoomed past a presenter live on air.

Host Victoria Valentine was forced to run across the studio to remain in the shot.

She was intending to open the broadcast from the video wall – but the camera had other ideas.

It flew straight past Victoria and headed to the main desk, where there was just an empty chair.

The BBC uses automated “robot” cameras that are not operated by a human for much of its news output.

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