Jason Glover is a music producer and founder of the company Vinylizor. Once a classically trained trombonist, he has been producing music for television and film soundtracks for over 15 years. He gives us his advice for how to create a memorable score.
Alok Jha is the science correspondent at ITV News, and regularly makes factual programmes for the BBC. Here he gives his top advice for creating a news package around the topic of Science.
Sound has the ability to change the mood of a scene and is often an underestimated part of television.
If you're the type of person that's constantly picking up whether something sounds different or strange on a TV programme, then according to Lucy Johnstone you have the ears to work in sound.
Researchers help form the backbone of any production. Along with producers, they are the ones finding case studies, booking contributors, scouting locations and most importantly, researching facts.
Ayo has been a BBC researcher for two years. Before his current role as shooting researcher on Building Cars Live for BBC Two, Ayo worked as a researcher for Red Bee Media and as a runner on The One Show. In this video he talks about the skills needed to be a good researcher and how to progress to the role from being a runner.
In the world of news where stories are constantly evolving, the ability to plan ahead is not only essential but incredibly difficult. A good forward planning producer is therefore at the heart of a good programme.
In this video, BBC Newsnight producer Alex Campbell talks us through some aspects of the job and highlights the skills required to excel.
The future of TV could well be online and so if you want to get ahead in TV, learning how to make video work for online platforms has never been so important. Let Sabina Smitham explain the basics.
Sabina is a Creative Producer at Endemol Shine Group's Channel Flip, a multi-channel network that makes brand-friendly content.
The world of political journalism can be a tough career to get into. Regardless of your experience, Andrew Cryan of Sunday Politics London explains that there is still lots people can do. He says anyone with a good story can get it spotted and taken up by a broadcaster. Getting your own stories and creating a portfolio is the way to get jobs for Cryan.
You've thought of a programme idea, you're about to write a winning pitch but first you need to think of your audience. Tailoring content to specific demographics is highly important in television. Clare Laycock explains how to do it.
Clare is Head of Channel TLC at Discovery Networks UK & Ireland. Previously Clare headed up Really, Home and Good Food at UKTV so she knows a thing or two about making great TV for specific audiences.
If you're an ideas person then TV is the right place for you. But how do you make sure everyone loves your ideas as much as you? Pitching to commissioners is notoriously difficult so here are some handy tips of getting your point across.