I made… Deadly 360
Bringing predators to life without drowning in a sea of archive rushes – the weird world of the archive researcher on children’s natural history programme Deadly 360. Amanda Kear tells us more.
I made … The Red Cross Crisis
It often takes only a small team to make the most compelling radio documentaries. Isabel Sutton describes how big brains, big questions and editorial judgement helped deliver Radio 4’s The Red Cross Crisis.
Research skills for TV
What are the key skills and resources needed when researching for factual TV? Three guests discuss how to source great stories in this week's podcast.
Michael Mosley and Helen Docherty join Sophie Lording to discuss the challenges and everyday inspiration they use to bring science to the screen.
Good archive can come from many sources and offer productions a window onto the past and a new perspective. Our panel discuss creative ways of finding and using archive.
Working with contributors
How do you ensure contributors are treated honestly and with respect while asking them to do something which is often well outside their comfort zone?
Measuring viewers, listeners and users for TV, radio and online - four guests discuss how BARB and RAJAR can tell us about viewers and listeners.
Staying on air - part 2
Dealing with consent, privacy and online content - our podcast gives you useful tips to keep your programme on air or online.