How to present the news using Autocue: Maxine Mawhinney
BBC presenter and trainer Maxine Mawhinney explains how to look good and feel confident reading the news using Autocue
Hosting a radio programme: Paddy O’Connell
"Be clear and concise, well-briefed, and honest when things go wrong." Presenter Paddy O'Connell takes us behind the scenes on Broadcasting House
Television presenting: Fiona Bruce
As a news presenter, Fiona Bruce always has to offer the right measure of warmth and authority: "There’s not much opportunity to learn to read the news"
Presenting: Looking and sounding your best
Making the most of your voice is important. The first tip is to "sound like you mean what you’re saying. Broadcasting is a performance"
Presenting breaking news: Jane Hill
Skilled presenters like Jane Hill make live TV look smooth by absorbing info from the gallery and conveying it calmly whatever is going on behind the scenes
Radio phone-ins: Julian Worricker
Getting the question right is essential to a phone-in. It also probably needs to be short with a yes or no answer, says Julian Worricker
Regional TV presenter: South East Today
Authority, approachability and the power of social media - Polly Evans on what matters most as a presenter of TV news programme South East Today