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Q&A: Adil Ray - moving between genres

Citizen Khan creator Adil Ray gives his tips on working across different genres, from factual to comedy.

Lean Analytics: making products better

How to improve products using the one metric that matters

How to present the news using Autocue

BBC presenter and trainer Maxine Mawhinney explains how to look good and feel confident reading the news using Autocue

BBC Impact team: Panorama story

Edward Main explains how he adapted a Panorama story on abuse of the student visa system to reach hundreds of millions of people on radio and online

Profile: editor, observational documentary

How do you make an observational documentary about a highly emotive and contentious subject without commentary? Editor Ben Brown on working on BBC Three's Life and Death Row.

BBC Local Apprentices: The first day

Take a look behind the scenes as 46 new apprentices start training at the BBC Academy in Birmingham.

Powering iPlayer from the cloud

From Glastonbury coverage to regional news, Stephen Godwin outlines Video Factory

Journalism Blog

Is it true about Final Cut X? My three-day conversion

Expert Voices: watch the film

What's it like to be on the Expert Voices: BAME Talent Day? This film takes you behind the scenes.