Clip description Keywords
A day in the life of a sports reporter
A day in the life of a sports reporter

Duration: 07:48

BBC sports reporter and presenter Joe Wilson and his team plan, film and edit a report about a World Champion kayaker.

 
A Manchester journalist's job
A Manchester journalist's job

Duration: 02:55

A Manchester Evening News journalist tells us about her job.

 
A radio reporter covers a story
A radio reporter covers a story

Duration: 02:11

Newsbeat reporter Nomia Iqbal prepares a radio package telling the story of a postal strike.

 
An investigative journalist's job
An investigative journalist's job

Duration: 03:02

Investigative journalist Paul Lewis reveals the techniques he uses writing in print and online.

 
Behind the scenes at  BBC rehearsal for election night coverage
Behind the scenes at BBC rehearsal for election night coverage

Duration: 01:52

An exclusive behind the scenes look at rehearsals for the BBC 1997 election coverage.

 
Behind the scenes of an election night studio
Behind the scenes of an election night studio

Duration: 02:28

The presenter takes us on a tour of the huge resources needed to broadcast the 2001 election night live.

 
Being watched by a wolf
Being watched by a wolf

Duration: 01:30

Wildlife film-maker Chadden Hunter gets close to a wolf.

 
Checking the suitability and safety of a location prior to shooting
Checking the suitability and safety of a location prior to shooting

Duration: 02:41

A member of BBC safety visits the site for a potential shooting location. Guiding us through the health & safety and technical production issues to consider when visiting a potential shooting location.

 
Close encounter with a polar bear
Close encounter with a polar bear

Duration: 01:57

Wildlife film-maker John Aitchison has a close encounter with a polar bear while filming on the island of Svalbard in the Arctic.

 
Creating a radio trail
Creating a radio trail

Duration: 02:52

How a sound producer uses a variety of tools to create effective trails for the Jeremy Vine radio show.

 
Developing camera handling skills: tapeless workflow
Developing camera handling skills: tapeless workflow

Duration: 03:37

A digital technician for The One Show describes how to make the most efficient use of file based cameras.

 
Difficulties of filming in the Amazon rainforest
Difficulties of filming in the Amazon rainforest

Duration: 01:28

Taking cameras into the jungle presents many challenges, but avoiding the tiny botfly proves to be the hardest.

 
Election night on radio before the advent of TV
Election night on radio before the advent of TV

Duration: 03:05

Election night coverage from early radio through Mrs Goldie's revolution in the early 1950s.

 
Evan Davis quizzed about Dragons' Den
Evan Davis quizzed about Dragons' Den

Duration: 04:19

Students from Rooks Heath College of Business and Enterprise interview Evan Davis about Dragons' Den.

 
Filming a glacier in Norway
Filming a glacier in Norway

Duration: 03:00

Photographer Jeff Wilson reveals the eerie sights and sounds of Svalbard in the Arctic.

 
Filming black grouse in Finland
Filming black grouse in Finland

Duration: 02:21

A wildlife film-maker's patience is rewarded as he captures the fighting dance of the black grouse.

 
Filming in a public place
Filming in a public place

Duration: 02:00

A BBC producer commentates as a small camera unit shoot on London Bridge. He outlines the prior legal administration and safety requirements needed to carry out filming of this kind.

 
Filming in the rainforest
Filming in the rainforest

Duration: 02:08

Wildlife film-maker Chadden Hunter goes into the rainforest to try to film the rare uakari monkey.

 
George Alagiah's tips on making news on your mobile
George Alagiah's tips on making news on your mobile

Duration: 01:12

George Alagiah explains how students can use their mobile phones to produce news stories, and gives some top tips for getting great results.

 
How to build a website
How to build a website

Duration: 04:38

A group of young entrepreneurs learn the key concepts of user-focused web design, from layout to utilising social media.

 
How to conduct an interview
How to conduct an interview

Duration: 04:32

A panel of young people assess and learn key skills for interviewing in media production, whether for radio, news or documentary.

 
How to edit a film
How to edit a film

Duration: 04:54

A guide to creating a film narrative, from preparation to storytelling techniques.

 
How to edit a film trailer
How to edit a film trailer

Duration: 04:43

Three young film-makers learn insider tips and tricks for creating a powerful, professional-looking film trailer.

 
How to make a film
How to make a film

Duration: 04:58

Five young film-makers learn to research, plan and shoot a film, including key camera and storytelling techniques.

 
How to make a latex monster
How to make a latex monster

Duration: 02:13

Prosthetics specialist Neill Gorton runs the Millennium FX studio, which makes all the creatures for Doctor Who.

 
How to safely and legally film exciting tracking shots of moving vehicles
How to safely and legally film exciting tracking shots of moving vehicles

Duration: 04:05

The technical, legal and safety considerations of shooting tracking shots of moving vehicles whilst on location.

 
How to shoot a music video
How to shoot a music video

Duration: 05:00

A group of young people learn creative tips for shooting a professional looking music video with basic equipment.

 
Planning ahead for shooting in a foreign country
Planning ahead for shooting in a foreign country

Duration: 02:16

A BBC Academy Trainer takes us through the practical and legal considerations for filming in a foreign country.

 
Presenting the weather on television
Presenting the weather on television

Duration: 03:12

BBC weather presenter Carol Kirkwood gives pupils at Bonus Pastor School in south east London a tour of the weather studio.

 
Prosthetic make-up artist at work
Prosthetic make-up artist at work

Duration: 02:24

How do you make an actor look as though they have been bitten by a vampire? Neill Gorton demonstrates the process.

 
Radio vox pops
Radio vox pops

Duration: 01:37

A broadcast journalist gives us her insights into getting the best out of vox pops interviews.

 
Recording the calls of beluga whales
Recording the calls of beluga whales

Duration: 01:58

Biologist and film-maker Elizabeth White sets out to record beluga whales, the 'canaries of the sea'.

 
The finished film - The Hurdler
The finished film - The Hurdler

Duration: 02:05

Short documentary about British athlete and Olympic hopeful Zara Hohn, produced by the young filmmakers as part of the Making Media series.

 
The first American televised presidential debate
The first American televised presidential debate

Duration: 06:31

John F Kennedy and Richard Nixon go head-to-head in 1960. Make-up, editing and image make a telling impact.

 
The move from public debate to TV
The move from public debate to TV

Duration: 02:10

Television moves public engagement with politics from the street to the armchair in the General Election of 1966.

 
Tour of a prosthetics studio
Tour of a prosthetics studio

Duration: 03:53

In a prosthetics studio just outside London, fairies, monsters and body parts are made.

 
Using green screen in TV post production
Using green screen in TV post production

Duration: 01:12

A BBC editor describes some examples of the use of green screen technology in TV post - production.

 

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