Get into radio
Hear what experienced producers have to say about what it takes to make popular and engaging radio programmes – with tips on everything from research and writing to recording and editing techniques
Q&A: Give your career a health check
Thinking about your next career move? Worried about getting the right experience or making the right connections? The BBC Academy’s Lucy Hooper gives your career a health check
Tips: underwater filming
Underwater filming is one of the most highly regulated parts of specialist filming. Elizabeth White offers her tips for getting it right.
1Xtra: live events coordinator
Life as a live events coordinator is hectic and immensely rewarding, but what do they do and how do you get started? 1Xtra coordinator Rachel Coomber tells us more.
I made... The Archers
Accuracy and authenticity are crucial when writing for series like The Archers. Scriptwriter and producer Carole Solazzo shares her experience of writing for the Radio 4 drama serial.
Profile: assistant producer, observational documentary
How do you build and maintain strong relationships with contributors on the other side of the Atlantic without meeting them? This was one of the many challenges facing Anna Stephens as she helped set up filming on BBC Three’s Life and Death Row series.