|The gates are opened|
|The camping part of the campsite|
They would then be received back at the ground stations separately.
The only thing that we had to make sure was that our broadcasting times did not clash.
They didn't and anyway we were kind of doing different styles of broadcast.
|Ravi and BBC Moscow producer Kate discuss the times of the broadcasts|
|I would not want to mess with either of these two!|
|Tiffany ready to do one of the straight news reports|
|Then doing it|
|Tiffany and Ravi walking..|
|..and talking about the content of the live reports|
|Our car, satellite truck and BBC van.|
|Maria get the coffees in..|
|..then being sensible gets into the shade|
|Keith the satellite engineer does the same.|
The BBC's correspondent Daniel Sandford's involved much less dashing around. In fact their live broadcasts were very straight forward just interviewing a few fans all standing in a line.
I'd like to think that our treatment portrayed a more of the atmosphere of the camp.
|The BBC doing their live broadcasts|
|Coming up to let us out|
There was then time for an hour or so of rest before we had to get ready to head to the ground for the England v France game at the Donbass Arena
There were loads of Russians at the game. Chants of "Ruusseeaa" way louder than any bits of singing that the usually very vocal English.
|Russians going to the game|
Also there were quite a lot of flies buzzing around that were a nuisance until the stadium filled up.
|The temporary press centre in the stadium|
|Refreshments and working area all in a big tent|
|The teams line up for the national anthems|
|ITV Sport's Gabriel Clarke ready broadcast|
|Martin Geissler having a chat with Tiffany|
|England did a bit of attacking..|
|..a bit of defending|
|..and scored a goal|
|So did the French|
|The England manager Roy Hodgson|
Martin and I got the job done and he dashed off with the tape to edit and get it on the air.
We then went off to get a bite to eat in a nice restaurant the decor of which was mainly backlit salt bricks from the local salt mines.
The food was great however, we were somewhat under dressed and a tad smelly after a long day in the sticky Ukrainian heat.
|Bar built on salt bricks|