17 May 2013
Last updated at 15:01
YouTube phenomenon Gabrielle Aplin performs at BBC Learning's Radio 1 Academy Live Lounge. The 20-year-old singer-songwriter has been posting music videos online since she was 14 and has already had a No. 1 single.
BBC Learning's Radio 1 Academy gives up to 5,500 young people the chance to gain skills and experience from a number of industry sessions at Derry-Londonderry, the host city of Radio 1's Big Weekend.
Question-and-answer session with Dublin rock band The Script, hosted by Alice Levine, at the BBC Learning Radio 1 Academy.
Budding young journalists wait for their chance to interview The Script, who received rapturous applause when they came on stage to talk about their music and what inspires them.
Radio 1's Big Weekend starts on May 24. A number of BBC Introducing sessions at the Academy have featured new bands. Here, Derry's indie pop quartet Wonder Villains pose with Radio 1's Huw Stephens.
Nick Grimshaw presents the Radio 1 breakfast show from Derry-Londonderry.
BBC Learning's Radio 1 Academy runs practical workshops for young people who would like to find out more about developing careers in broadcasting.
A tv production workshop is hosted by some of the cast from EastEnders.
Radio 1's Phil Taggart broadcasts live from BBC Learning's Radio 1 Academy.
Wretch 32, chosen as one of the BBC's Sound of 2011, perform live during the Academy's sessions.
Radio 1's Dan and Phil, who recently won a Sony golden headphones award, host a session via Skype from the Academy Nerve Centre.