Working from home has a lot of benefits, like controlling your own workspace and being able to focus and work uninterrupted. But as most remote workers know, every now and then something happens that, despite our best efforts, we just...Show More Summary
Robert Kelly, the professor whose two children adorably crashed an interview with the BBC last week, appeared on CNN without any cute interruptions.
Comedians Jono and Ben have released a parody of the interrupted BBC interview with Professor Robert E. Kelly. In their version, it's instead a mother who gets interrupted by her children--and her very different reaction illustrates our gendered expectations for domestic labor.
You all have seen the viral "BBC Dad" clip, where Professor Robert Kelly's TV interview was gatecrashed by his two adorable little kids. But how would a working mom handle it? Why, she would take care of it without even batting an eye!...Show More Summary
Professor Robert Kelly, a dad and expert on Korea, showed us this week how flexible work arrangements, for him working from home, can suit some families. The video of him doing a live BBC interview and being interrupted by his two young children has gone viral.
Commentary: A comedy show in New Zealand shows that a woman would have handled Professor Robert Kelly's interview with the BBC very differently.
By now, you must have seen it, right? Last week, a political science professor at Pusan National University in South Korea named Robert Kelly went viral while sitting in his home office and conducting an interview with the BBC. Well... Show More Summary
Jack of All Genius has created a Star Wars parody of professor Robert Kelly‘s hilarious BBC News interview that was crashed by his children. It features R2-D2 and BB-8 barging into a room with Darth Vader and interrupting the Sith Lord while he is communicating with Emperor Palpatine. The two mischievous droids are quickly removed […]
Move over Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid! THIS girl is the newest fashionista on the block! As we reported, the Internet went crazy when political science professor Robert E. Kelly was hilariously interrupted by his kids — James and Marion — during an interview with BBC News. Related: THIS Is How A Working Mom Would Handle Her [...]
You’ve all seen the video where professor Robert Kelly got interrupted by his children during a very serious BBC interview a few days ago, right? The clip was EVERYWHERE online this week! To poke fun at the phenomenon, Youtuber “Jack...Show More Summary
Professor Robert Kelly aka the “BBC Dad” who was hilariously interrupted by his children during a live BBC interview with BBC News from his home office, sat down again with the BBC this time with his beautiful family purposely in the room. In this second interview Kelly put to rest certain rumors that ran rampant […]
Professor Robert Kelly was talking live to the BBC Friday from his South Korean home when his two children walked in on him. Kelly's wife burst through the door to try to salvage the situation. The video went viral, and now the family is speaking out about the incident. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Robert E. Kelly, the professor whose children wandered into camera range during an interview, thought he’d never be invited on TV again. Little did he know.
This comedy masterpiece is all because Professor Robert Kelly, from National University in South Korea, did an interview with the BBC via Skype from his home. And at home, it was easy for his children to walk in while he was in the middle of a live, internationally broadcast interview. Up to 25 percent of...
He thought maybe he had it under control - until his 9-month-old son casually rolled into the room too.
Professor Robert Kelly, whose children hilariously crashed his BBC interview, and his wife discuss the viral video for the first time.
Professor Robert E. Kelly, who was giving a live interview to the BBC about South Korea when his children barged into the room and created a video sensation that has been seen by more than 16 million people, gave a...
Professor Robert Kelly will go down in history for conducting one of the most memorable interviews of the internet age — all because it was crashed by his cute little toddler! Last week, a super serious BBC clip went viral after the expert on South Korean politics was upstaged mid-interview when his daughter Marion goofily waltzed [...]
The parents in the now-viral BBC interview have broken their silence on becoming overnight internet celebrities. Robert Kelly, a political science professor specializing in East Asian affairs at Pusan National University in South Korea,...Show More Summary
The couple behind the latest viral sensation is speaking out for the first time and explaining the series of missteps that led to the adorable clip of two children crashing dad's live BBC interview. While professor Robert Kelly did the interview over Skype from his home office, his wife Kim...