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BBC Work Experience with The Big Questions

Posted on behalf of BBC. Blogged by Julia Hilton on March 20, 2017.

BBC work experience opportunity with The Big Questions is available to apply for now!

The Big Questions will be in Oxford on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 March and we would like to invite you to gain valuable work experience with us.

The Big Questions is the BBC’s flagship live religious, ethical and moral debate programme. It is hosted by the experienced television and radio presenter Nicky Campbell, and airs live on Sunday mornings from 10am-11am and from locations all around the country. The show addresses tricky moral questions facing the nation today, consulting front row experts and a select studio audience. Beliefs, informed opinions and personal stories are all aired during three lively debates.

During the placement, participants will be given hands on experience in live programme making as well as gaining an insight into how each debate is put together. They also provide with training on the technical aspects of television making as well as advice on how to progress in the media industry. This would normally be of interest to anyone studying an Arts degree most commonly politics, theology, philosophy or film however they are happy to hear from anyone who is interested in taking part.

If you’d like to apply for the chance to do work experience on this show, please send your CV to audiencetbq@mentorn.tv