Making live TV and radio
How do you turn that exciting unknown quantity of live broadcasting into TV and radio? Simon Smith discusses preparing for and avoiding the pitfalls.
The team behind Field Day Radio tell us how to make the most of recording and using audio from music festivals.
Live from the Notting Hill Carnival
How do you broadcast live for two days from Europe's biggest street festival? Through the power of persuasion and a solid 4G connection, as NTS Radio explain.
Next Radio: innovating on air
Never underestimating your listeners, how to do an outside broadcast from anywhere and innovative radio in Africa - the CoP Show interviews the speakers from Next Radio 2013’s standout sessions.
Podcast: staying alive
From Hackney Weekend to Glastonbury, this week's podcast guests discuss planning for health and safety at live broadcast events.
Profile: live events runner
From stewarding crowds to making cups of tea - Alex Rata talks about his role as a volunteer live events runner for the BBC at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012.
Podcast: the BBC at the Fringe
Bringing BBC TV and radio together in one place - the making of the BBC's pop up Fringe venue at the Edinburgh Festival.
Volunteer runner at the Fringe
Alex Rata talks about his role as a volunteer live events runner and the valuable production experience he picked up.