Suitable for teaching 13-16s. Find out what it takes to be a producer in charge of filming a live music performance with industry experts including top Radio 1 presenter Matt Edmondson, actor and Radio 1 Xtra presenter Mim Shaikh, and renowned Exec Producer Liz McIntyre. The experts explore what it takes - from setting up the camera shots to promoting the event.
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This half hour programme is aimed at 13-16 year-old students studying media studies and features BBC Radio 1’s Matt Edmondson and BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter Mim Shaikh. The programme was filmed as part of this year’s BBC Radio 1’s Academy. During the lesson students are challenged to take on the role of producers planning the filming of a live music performance by singer-songwriter Fiona Lee.
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