Television News Report ScriptNews Story_____________________________________________ Page _______Timing Video Audio00 – 00.1200.12 – 00.2000.20 – 00.3800.38 – 00.4400.44 – 00.4800.48 – 00.5000.50 – 01.0801.08 – 01.23B-Roll – Close ups onignition, hands onwheel, long shots ofcarsA-Roll – Interview withPaul SilvermanB-Roll – Shots ofMegan Pickstockdriving HGV.B-Roll – Long shot ofairfieldA-Roll – Interview withMegan PickstockA-Roll – Interview withBoyA-Roll – Interview withGirlReporter to Cam –Zoom out frommotorway to reporterB-Roll – long shots ofcars, buses, etc.driving at the airfieldVO: Being in control of a vehicle asyoung as 17 can be daunting.Organisers of the Under-17 Car Clubsay that’s why there’s so manyaccidents.Paul Silverman: We teach ouryoungsters how to swim so they don’tdrown. Here we teach them how todrive so they don’t crash. This is a lifeskill, not trying to pass a test.VO: Megan Pickstock is 15. She’s beenlearning to drive since she was 11.She’s one of 300 teenagers who meetevery weekend and learn to drive off-road. Today at the Long MarstonAirfield near Stratford, it’s HGVs.Megan Pickstock: You get to see howdifficult it is for them, and how stupid itis for a car driver to cut them up on theroad.Boy: Since I’ve been at the club, I willhave had 7 years - I will have 7 years bythe time I do my test.Girl: It is definitely – it builds yourconfidence.Reporter: Young drivers are ten timesmore likely to be involved in a seriouscollision than experienced drivers. 80%of accidental teenage deaths happen onour roads. And in the last 10 years over110,000 teenagers have been killed orinjured.VO: Youngsters on this course alsolearn how to deal with motorways, nightdriving, and skids. Organisers sayexperience does lead to safe driving.Laura May McMullen, Midlands Today,Long Marston.