Current commissioning opportunities
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Latest open opportunities
BBC Bitesize have released two new short-form commissioning opportunities for KS1 and 2 Geography and KS3 Religious Studies. The submission deadline for the Geography video content is 7 June and 30 June for the Religious Studies videos.
BBC Food are looking for 90 minutes of short-form videos for their website to demonstrate key money-saving cooking techniques and recipes that will help novice cooks to feel confident in the kitchen. The deadline for submissions is midnight, June 14.
Archives Services have launched a new way for programme makers from independent production companies and BBC Studios to find the archive content they need via a single user interface.
BBC Bitesize is seeking to commission 30 minutes of short form-video to provide students with explanations and practical applications of key GCSE Drama terminology. The deadline for submissions is 30 May 2019 at 5pm.
Opportunities to produce video content for BBC Teach and BBC Bitesize.
BBC Ideas is open for a new commissioning round. The deadline for pitches is Tuesday 18 June 2019 at 5pm.
Bitesize commissioning opportunity: video and animations for Personal development and mutual understanding studies
Bitesize is looking to commission approx. 20 minutes of video or animation to support foundation stage students studying Personal development and mutual understanding in Northern Ireland.The deadline for submissions is 3 April 2019.
Bitesize are seeking to commission a range of content to support CCEA/GCSE Irish. The deadline for submissions is 27 March 2019.
BBC Learning (Wales)have extended the submission deadline for their latest brief for video content to support the Digital Competence Framework for KS3. The new deadline is 22 February 2019.
Alison Kirkham announces a broad range of new commissions including One Planet, Seven Worlds and Green Planet, new programming for the Mental Health Season from Nadiya Hussain, Alastair Campbell and David Harewood and new documentaries with Ed Balls, Mobeen Azhar, George McGavin and Louis Theroux.