Applause duty in the studio
SRF viewers have to applaud Berner’s pen
If the audience in the SRF studio doesn’t notice for themselves when to clap, moderator Lukas Studer intervenes.
Proud to have England in his heart: Bruno Berner shows his Three Lions pen.
England is part of his life. Bruno Berner (45) played on the island for five years. For Blackburn and for Leicester City.
The Winti coach is still rooting for the Three Lions today. When he analyzed the round of 16 of the English against Senegal for SRF as an expert, he even had a special lucky charm with him. “Show your pen again,” asks SRF man Lukas Studer (45) Berner. Grinning broadly, Berner holds his pen up to the camera. It’s a Kugi with the Three Lions crest on it.
So that the viewers on site and on TV can take a closer look at the pen, Berner has to present it prominently for a little longer. “Otherwise they won’t see him,” says Studer. “Nice, huh!” Comments the SRF moderator.
The viewers in the studio, however, seem less enthusiastic. At least there’s no applause. Not for now. But then Studer encourages his guests to clap by clapping his hands in a restrained and hidden manner. Just stupid: At this very moment, the camera zooms away – the TV viewer can clearly see the moderator’s signal. Naturally, those present erupt in loud applause. Which also makes Bruno Berner smile. (mum)