How to be a natural history producer
Want to work on some of the planet's biggest nature programmes? Here are some tips from the BBC Natural History Unit.
Using user-generated content
What are the issues and opportunities for producers using user-generated content? We find out in this edition of the cop show.
Loudness: why sound matters
Whether you’re watching Strictly on your HD TV or Sherlock on your tablet, sound is a massive issue for audiences. We explore how new guidelines are going to affect what we hear.
Fixed rig productions
From the school to the chicken shop, fixed rig productions have given us unparalleled access to familiar worlds. We talk to the makers of two of the format’s biggest hit – Gogglebox and 24 Hours in A&E.
How personal should you get for your audience? Louis Theroux, Lee Phillips and Nelufar Hedayat discuss presenter led documentaries.
The benefits and difficulties of self shooting - an essential part of the job description of assistant producers, directors and researchers.
Michael Mosley and Helen Docherty join Sophie Lording to discuss the challenges and everyday inspiration they use to bring science to the screen.
Meet the BBC controllers
A masterclass on channel identity with the controllers of BBC One, BBC Three and BBC Daytime. From the BBC Academy's TV Fast Train May 2012.