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.
Broadcasting live on New Year's Eve
How do you broadcast a live event on New Years Eve with fireworks, Gary Barlow and thousands of people? The team responsible for making it happen offer some top advice.
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.
Manage your media
With the advent of tapeless formats, the concept of media managing has dramatically changed. On this CoP Show we examine how to manage your media on a tapeless production.
In this CoP Show podcast, Simon Smith and guests Stuart Cabb, Claire Heys and Miranda Bertram discuss alternative funding models for TV productions.
From Hackney Weekend to Glastonbury, this week's podcast guests discuss planning for health and safety at live broadcast events.
Creating beauty on a budget
Making beautiful TV on a budget - three producers examine how to maintain levels of production but on less time and money.
I made... You Have Been Warned
Global shoots, international translations, weird science - production coordinator Claire Bartimote shares her experience of working on The Discovery Channel show.