Q&A: working for free?
Working for free? It could be a great stepping stone into a media career, but how can you make sure you’re not being exploited? Simon Wright offers tips to help you make all work experience count, for you and your production.
Meet the BBC Production Trainees of 2013
Only a few of the brightest and best TV, radio and online producers of the future make it to the BBC Production Trainee Scheme, but who are they and how did they get in? We meet this year’s intake in this special edition of the CoP Show.
Disability in broadcast: getting in and getting on
Breaking into the media can be scary enough, but how would having a disability affect your career? Three experienced media professionals share their stories and advice.
Making a radio demo - eight simple steps
There are some clear dos and don’ts when it comes to making radio demos. One Golden Square and Sound Women offered their advice for presenters, producers and journalists looking to get their next break.
Podcast: student radio
Broadcasters of the future - BBC Academy's Paul Buller talks to three of this year's Student Radio Award winners.
Bang Radio: content team intern
North West London’s Bang Radio is leading the charge in community media from the heart of Harlesden. Intern Drusilla Lartey explains how it has been the springboard for her media career.
Mog McIntyre: getting started in radio
Experienced BBC trainee Mog McIntyre took an unusual route into broadcast media. We hear more on how he got started, how he seized opportunities and how to make the right impression.
Carlene Morlese at Crimewatch
Carlene Morlese, BBC production trainee, writes on conquering her fears at Crimewatch.