An open discussion about the impact of human values in a digital society.
Blog post on 10 Nov 2020
The first 12 months behind the scenes - how we've been making and offering digital storytelling tools to creators.
Blog post on 22 Oct 2020
Surveying production teams’ perceptions of personalisable media and its integration into existing workflows.
White paper published Sep 2020
What could we do if carefully protected audience data 'pods' were a part of the BBC's services and systems?
Blog post on 11 Sep 2020
Examining range of user experiences from several BBC R&D object-based media productions, drawn from audiences responses.
Turning our list of human values into specific measures of performance is a way to add to the range of ways in which we measure the successful delivery of the...
Blog post on 18 Aug 2020
We've made an experimental new prototype to help people watch and listen to BBC programmes together even when they are physically apart.
Blog post on 19 May 2020
The first episode of a new video series where our researchers talk about their big R&D projects.
Blog post on 27 Apr 2020
Applying the Human Values framework to demonstrate how priorities have readjusted to fulfil a fundamental need to be safe and well, have stability and a sense of belonging in the...
Blog post on 17 Apr 2020
BBC R&D and Writersroom teamed up to explore using AI to write more intuitive chatbot experiences.
Blog post on 12 Mar 2020
How do shared core values shape everyday behaviour, thoughts and attitudes?
White paper published Mar 2020
Following some user testing, people gave us feedback on what they enjoyed and whether they would watch a new format like this.
Blog post on 23 Jan 2020
Data collected through our interactive experiences can help us develop better forms of storytelling.
Blog post on 15 Jan 2020
Developing a toolkit to help production teams make object-based media experiences quickly and easily
White paper published Jan 2020
Object-based experiences generate information and data on audiences and their viewing, so what do we collect - and how does it further our research?
Blog post on 8 Jan 2020