By the time Jung-a Kim had noticed the incursion on the TV and scrambled to retrieve the children, James had piled into the study on a rolling chair. A lot of the interest fell on Marion, who had stolen the scene with her innocent swagger. About an hour after the interview, a BBC News producer asked him for his permission to share the clip. The attention became so intense that, five days after the interview, Kelly had been unable to work and was largely confined to his apartment. The family also returned to the home office to talk to James Menendez , the BBC presenter who had conducted the first interview. Right after the interview, Kelly joined his wife in the hallway. The requests for expert analysis soon returned, meanwhile. A race row erupted when people assumed Jung-a Kim was a nanny. A s Robert Kelly recalls the TV interview that went viral after his children interrupted it with perfect comic timing, he pauses.