In this illustrated talk, Mike will explore and discuss the trials, tribulations and the approach taken to create the landmark Planet Earth series.
Still no prizes but get in the mince pies, mull that wine and dust down your festive glad rags as we go across the country with questions thrown out with seasonal aplomb! Join host Darren Altman on the 9th December at 7.30pm for a test of your TV knowledge - whether you're in a team or playing alone we can guarantee a night of good-hearted competition with live chat! What's not to like... Sign up here!
BBC Young Reporter works with schools, colleges and youth groups to connect with 11-18 year olds. We aim to provide them with the skills they need to understand the media, find out more about the range of careers and pathways into the creative industry, and encourage them to report on the stories that matter to them. To find out more visit our website here
Careers in Tech with the BBC's Innovation Showcase!
Join the Innovation Showcase at their interactive space which features the best of the BBC, and where they will take you on a journey, showing how the BBC is shaping the future of digital media.
It will include exciting live demos centred around augmented reality, synthetic media and voice assistants followed by a Q&A to discuss what types of jobs and careers these technologies could be generating.
Hosted by Darren Altman — comedy impressionist, stand-up and Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist — the RTS invites you to test your knowledge of television from our nations and regions. RTS London, Midlands, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Yorkshire compete to see which committee can produce the most difficult questions! Are you up to the challenge? Whether playing as a team or individually, you don't want to miss this so book now and we will email you with the YouTube link.
The BBC session will be led by Resourcing Specialist – Mark Smith who heads up the BBC Schemes Team. With responsibility for the application and selection process stages for some of the BBC’s most popular entry level routes, the team have pulled together their top application tips and CV skills into a session which should support applications across the media industry. This session will look at building a solid CV structure but also the importance of preparing for application forms, which are very common in entry level recruitment processes often replacing CV’s in some processes.
Ask me Anything
This ‘Ask me anything’ Session will give attendees access to 7 professionals from across the industry, we have talent managers, casting producers, video editors and content producers. The purpose of this session is to allow attendees to put their questions to our panel of industry experts in the hope of getting some useful advice, tips and hints on how to progress in the television industry.