ANTI-VACCINE demonstrators attempted to storm the BBC’s London studios this afternoon.

Outside Studioworks White City, the BBC’s former headquarters, protesters shouted “shame on you, shame on you” while police stopped them from entering the building.

The anti-vaxx group are reportedly retaliating against the corporation over government plans to vaccinate under-18s. They had been rallying in a park before the group moved towards the studios, which are now primarily used by ITV for programmes like Peston and Good Morning Britain.

Videos posted online showed violent clashes as protesters pushed police forwards in attempts to get into the studios.

Television presenter Charlene White said on Twitter the protest occurred while Loose Women was live on air.

She tweeted: “Huge thanks to Andy and the security team over at Television Centre.

“The protesters attempted to gain access to the building while we were live on air with @loosewomen – and we’ve only just left, because of safety.

“Andy and his team were just incredible, thank-you xx.”

She later added: “And also huge thanks to the swift response of London’s @metpoliceuk … not an easy situation for them to deal with either.

“Not sure what protesters were hoping to achieve, but all they would’ve found was me, Jane, Nadia and Penny on @loosewomen talking about the menopause.”

A spokesperson for the Met Police said: “We are aware of a group of demonstrators who, having set off from Shepherds Bush Green shortly after 13:00hrs, are now gathered outside commercial premises in Wood Lane, White City.

“There have been no arrests but officers are in attendance and will continue to monitor the situation.”

A spokesperson for the BBC said the corporation does not comment on security matters.