A collection of resources featuring journalists and presenters giving their top tips to help you produce your own news reports.
Telling My Story: Race, Culture and Identity
A series of videos exploring what race, culture and identity means to young people in the UK.
What makes a great story?
Online storytelling tips from award-winning YouTuber, Jessica Kellgren-Fozard
Award-winning YouTuber, Jessica Kellgren-Fozard tells us a how she honed her craft and what the secret is to being a great online storyteller.
Tips on storytelling and making a documentary from Mim Shaikh
Mim shares his experiences and advice about how he told his story and made a documentary.
Observational storytelling tips from comic Suzi Ruffell
Acclaimed comic Suzi Ruffell explains how she's been delighting audiences with her own brand of observational storytelling for over a decade.
Suzi Ruffell – “I didn’t know I was a writer and now I write sell out shows”
Award-winning comedian Suzi Ruffell wasn’t great at school, has dyslexia and was told by a teacher that she wouldn’t make a career out of just chatting. In this article she offers storytelling tips to young writers.
Finding news tips with Steph McGovern
Journalist and presenter Steph McGovern delivers a masterclass on how to find news stories.
Making news for radio and podcast with Ngunan Adamu
Making a report for radio or a podcast isn’t quite the same as making something for TV or the internet.
News presenting tips with Roger Johnson
Insights into news presenting from Roger Johnson, presenter of the BBC regional news programme North West Tonight and BBC Breakfast at the weekend.
Reporting the weather with Ben Rich
Watch the video, download the guide to reporting the weather, and then have a go at making your own weather forecasts.
How to conduct an interview
Two students - Toni and Reneee - get advice from national news journalist Kimberly Dadds, before interviewing Bonita Norris, who is one of the youngest people in the UK to have climbed Mount Everest.
BBC L.A.B Scotland - How to make your own content
A collection of short films for 11-18 year-olds on content creation; from how to record and structure a podcast, to how to film an interview on a phone.