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Essential listening for the broadcast production, journalism and technology communities. Practical advice on all aspects of TV, radio, journalism.
 
Capturing the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today and preserve it for future generations.
 
Interviews and discussion with a personal and often humorous touch. With guest presenters plus Kate Monaghan and the Ouch blog team. Ouch is available exclusively online.
 
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A Christmas Carol
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The classic ghost story by Charles Dickens, abridged in 9 episodes.
 
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Playtime
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Join Steven Kynman for songs, stories and movement activities. Lots of fun and learning for pre-school children.
 
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Together
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Join Gemma Hunt for the assembly series for children aged 7 to 11 - including a story, a song, reflection / prayer and opportunities for discussion.
 
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Stimulus Sounds
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Encouraging listening skills for pre-school children with fun sound discrimination games.
 
Dance teaching resources for Key Stage 1 covering National Curriculum PE objectives, with lesson plans. Presented by Cat Sandion and Justin Fletcher.
 
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Time and Tune
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Developing music skills for pupils aged 7 - 9 through songs and music activities.
 
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Whether it's being Vietnamese, a baptised Sikh, or an unwavering feminist
 
Gemma finds out about Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights celebrated around the world
 
On cricket, on divorce, and on starting a curry restaurant
 
The comedian Tanyalee Davis, who recently gained attention on social media after an incident involving her mobility scooter and an unhappy train guard, believes that the rules and attitudes in the UK are way behind those in North America - and they stop disabled people from getting around. She says: "Where's your carer" and "That's against heal ...…
 
In the first of a five-part series on podcasting, Miranda explains:- what makes podcasts distinct from radio programmes- how the role of the presenter is different from that on radio- the typical situation of the listener – on a commute, listening through headphones- how to create a different relationship between listener and programme-maker…
 
In part two of our podcasting series, hear from Jason Phipps, commissioning editor for podcasts at the BBC, and Louise Kattenhorn, commissioning editor for BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra.
 
Georgia Catt is a producer in BBC radio documentaries, who has made an award-winning podcast, Missing, for the Untold series. She also produced Fortunately with Fi Glover and Jane Garvey.Emma Conneely is a producer in the BBC’s podcast team, responsible for getting podcasts published and promoted.Georgia says that although she hates poor sound ...…
 
Promoting a podcast can mean anything from creating an audiogram – a clip from the podcast to promote on social media - to making other digital assets such as quizzes or articles to place online and draw attention to the podcast.According to Rhian, promotion at the start of other podcasts “really delivers figures”. But it depends on “generosity ...…
 
This episode of the Podcastology series includes a discussion about You, Me and the Big C. We recorded it before the death of Rachael Bland.Although the first podcast featured in this episode is about sports – but ranges much wider than that – and the second is about cancer, for Mike, what unites the two ideas is that the relationship between t ...…
 
What production kit should you take when producing radio content in the field?Join BBC Academy trainer Sam Upton and newsgathering field producer Tom Quinn as they talk about what sort of equipment you need for radio production in the field.In this podcast you’ll find everything from:- what type of kit bag to use- which digital recorder and mic ...…
 
The experience of having dyslexia or a cleft palate, or being unable to breast feed.
 
The impact of sudden death or suicide on those left behind.
 
Just like the spoken word, you can make sign language more meaningful by altering your moves to create something more touching or, the opposite, distressing. On this podcast we speak to Paula Garfield from Deafinitely Theatre which has recently adapted a hard-hitting play about mental health to include a strong emotionally coded visual language ...…
 
As friends, as grandparents, or as ghosts in the mirror
 
Lee Kumutat is blind and moving home. So, if she can't choose what decor she likes, or the look of the building, what choices does she make and why? From colour to audio ambience, and where friends can help, she takes us through how she's been tracking down the perfect home in Manchester, where she'll be moving next month. With Damon Rose and B ...…
 
Through learning, belly-dancing, or donating sperm
 
Going out is meant to be fun, but add in an unpredictable disability or mental health problem and you could have an unwanted challenge or serious embarrassment on your hands - especially if these real-life tales are anything to go by.From the agoraphobic woman who took an extreme 15-hour bus journey so she didn't have to remain overnight after ...…
 
Going out is meant to be fun, but add in an unpredictable disability or mental health problem and you could have an unwanted challenge or serious embarrassment on your hands - especially if these real-life tales are anything to go by.From the agoraphobic woman who took an extreme 15-hour bus journey so she didn't have to remain overnight after ...…
 
Going out can be fun, but add in a disability or mental health problem and it can become fraught with challenges - and embarrassment - if these real-life tales are anything to go by.From passionately kissing your "mum" to prove a point, to suffering a wardrobe malfunction in the middle of Manchester and receiving a diagnosis of ADHD after riski ...…
 
Being a parent is hard, but when you're disabled it can come with its own unique set of challenges and advantages.From the mum who insisted on building an accessible house extension so her husband had to do night-duties, to the visit to A&E with a child who had jammed his leg a wheelchair spoke after using it as a climbing frame. Three disabled ...…
 
When we got three women with obsessive-compulsive disorder round a table, the conversation ranged from the need to tic or twitch, and what that feels like, through to getting naked at the front door to minimise the spread of germs after a hospital visit. This "takeover" podcast was recorded in Edinburgh, the contributors - two writers and one a ...…
 
Whether it's a liver transplant, a wheelchair, or a son with unusual interests
 
Whether it's a mentor or a long-standing friend, we all need somebody
 
Gianluca Trombetta, who is deaf, confesses he hated it when his girlfriend talked before he was ready to listen, so he decided to teach her a lesson.This story was recorded in March 2017 at an event held by BBC Ouch at the Backyard Comedy Club in London.Share this page on social media and pop over to iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts fr ...…
 
Whether to a long, slow decline, or to a shockingly sudden death
 
Hannah Jenkins was cycling in her local park when she collided with another cyclist and fell-off her bike.She sustained a serious head injury and was rushed to hospital in a critical condition. But when she woke up, she was confused to discover no-one spoke the same language as her - and later discovered the crash had caused her brain to erase ...…
 
Challenging stereotypes and standing tall
 
Shoes - it’s a hot topic amongst disabled people. Buying them and wearing them can be a nightmare, especially if it means regularly wearing them out. Throughout the ages, shoes have been either practical or decorative but rarely both and we in the disabled community often have to adapt what’s on offer to suit our needs. So, why do so many of us ...…
 
Accepting what you can't change later in life, and getting on with what you can change.
 
Three brothers with special needs and a huge capacity for joy and enthusiasm
 
The Archbishop of Canterbury and two of his daughters talk frankly about their experiences of disability and mental health and how the church can be more inclusive.In her first interview, Ellie Welby chats about her learning disability and how she can feel she's on the edge of church-life and Katherine warns that offering to pray for someone co ...…
 
Needles may hurt, but treatment is still a lot less painful than it was before the NHS
 
Rich Osborn had the perfect summer job as a scuba diving instructor in Cyprus - but it would become a job which led to him becoming paraplegic.On a day off, the then 21-year-old and three instructor friends decided to go for a carefully planned deep-dive.At 40m under the ocean's surface the group ran out of air.With nothing left in the tanks th ...…
 
Steven Kynman has songs, stories and movement activities for pre-school children.
 
The stresses and the rewards of a career in the NHS
 
Ali Jawad was told the night before an operation that he should prepare his friends and family for the worst - he might not wake up again.The powerlifter, a double above-knee amputee, had fallen ill a few years before at his first Paralympic Games and was diagnosed with Crohn's disease, an illness he'd never heard of, a few weeks later.He had t ...…
 
Steven Kynman has songs, stories and movement activities for pre-school children.
 
More fun listening activities for the very young
 
In poetry, in jazz, or in the lasting impact of children - however young - on parents
 
After Lost Voice Guy won Britain’s Got Talent, Rosie Jones, another comedian with cerebral palsy, tells this week’s Ouch podcast how she was approached to take part in the show – and said ‘no’.Also taking part in the programme is American performer Nina G, who talks about her career as a stuttering comedian.And we meet Vanessa Boachie, Founder ...…
 
Steven Kynman has songs, stories and movement activities for pre-school children.
 
They risk their lives for those in peril at sea
 
Steven Kynman has songs, stories and movement activities for pre-school children.
 
Everyone has a story to tell and this could be your chance to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on the BBC’s main stage. BBC Ouch is presenting Storytelling Live on 9 August and wants you to be part of the show.All you've got to do is tell a true story on the theme of Going Out (whatever that means to you) which relates to your disabilit ...…
 
Everyone has a story to tell and this could be your chance to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival on the BBC’s main stage. BBC Ouch is presenting Storytelling Live on 9 August and wants you to be part of the show.All you've got to do is tell a true story on the theme of Going Out (whatever that means to you) which relates to your disabilit ...…
 
Surviving marriage breakdown and a bombing
 
Amelia Cavallo has mastered the art of aerial performance on silks and the trapeze at great heights above the floor. As someone who is registered blind, how does she know how high up she is and where the silk or trapeze will be when she lets go as part of a trick? And how often does she end up on the crash mat? Cavallo is performing as part of ...…
 
Steven Kynman has songs, stories and movement activities for pre-school children.
 
Either during or after birth, or at primary school
 
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