Clips for Teachers

Ever been watching BBC television or listening to the radio and wanted to use the item in the classroom? We've brought together a collection of BBC archive clips, specially chosen by teachers for use in the classroom and all relevant to the Welsh curriculum. Below you'll find our newest clips, embeddable and in higher quality. Use the search box on the right to find English or Welsh clips or just browse by subject. A wider range of clips in older formats is still available in our Eclips archive.

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Blood Sweat and T-shirts

Subject: Sociology

6 young fashion lovers experience work in an Indian textiles factory.

Maddy

Maddy's Story

Subject: Health & Social Care
Maddy, a lifelong depression sufferer tells her story.

Heinz Koppel

Heinz Koppel

Subject: Art & Design
Discussion with Koppel's widow on his life and work. Several pictures shown.

David Tennant

Doctor Who Confidential

Subject: Media Studies
Production methods used on Doctor Who.

New Church 'Window'

New Church 'Window'

Subject: Religious Education
Geraldine unveiling the new church window.

River Severn

The Severn Bore

Subject: Geography
Effects on river levels and post-event amounts of debris in the water.

Population Decrease Factors

Population Decrease Factors

Subject: Biology, Science
A look at the factors behind a decrease in the population of barn owls.

Natalie

Natalie's Story

Subject: Health & Social Care
Work with Natalie - an anorexia sufferer.


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Gems from the BBC archive - TV and radio. Specially selected by teachers in Wales for use in the classroom. With brief notes suggesting learning uses by teachers, pupils, parents and students. Search in either English or Welsh.

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