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.
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.
The art of filming in secret - four guests discuss what goes on behind the scenes of secret filming and the safeguards that need to be in place before filming even starts.
A talk with the producers behind the hit BBC Three documentary which tells the story of the ten year war in Afghanistan through the eyes of the soldiers who have been fighting in it.
Filming at heights
From the wilds of Burma to the jungle rooftops of Borneo: specialist camerawoman Justine Evans talks about the challenges of filming in the rainforest.
TV in the wild
How many media professionals would swap their safe locations for a genuinely hostile environment? We look at the unique challenges of filming in extreme locations.
I made this… Earth Unplugged
Working with nature while collaborating with YouTube stars and graffiti artists - assistant producer Nicola Brown talks about working on the BBC YouTube channel Earth Unplugged.
Gail Jenkinson: camera operator
Cranes, jibs, time-lapse rigs and high speed filming – all part of the portfolio of skills for a freelance camera operator. Gail Jenkinson describes where she fits in with a typical production.