Reporting for radio
Some of the most powerful radio reports paint a picture with words and make the listener feel they’re there with you at the scene
Business offers diligent journalists great stories: there's drama, secrets and big decisions being made constantly - moving billions around the globe
Mental health stories - a difficult sell?
It was difficult to film with a pregnant woman at high risk of postpartum psychosis… but not as hard as getting the film broadcast.
Use simple words and say precisely what you mean. On TV, words support pictures; on radio, words can paint pictures; on the web, understand SEO. Allan Little, Sian Williams and some of the BBC’s best writers discuss stories, intros and headlines
From live match commentary to editing the BBC Sport website, covering sport means knowing more than the rules of the game and players' names. Watch 5 Live's Alan Green’s advice to live match commentators and Mark Pougatch’s radio presenting tips
A world of influence
The seminar A World of Influence saw leading names from news groups including the BBC, al-Jazeera, RT and CCTV debate international media organisations' pursuit of ‘soft power’
Core practical skills
Journalists need to master a range of practical skills. Experienced practitioners, from Huw Edwards to Rory Cellan-Jones, reveal how they use these in their daily work. A series of reports offer advice on key skills such as how to write, interview and use social media
Briefings on key topics
Senior BBC journalists offer insights and tips on covering their subject areas. Reports include Robert Peston revealing what makes the best business journalism and political editor Nick Robinson sharing a day in his life reporting Westminster