BCFN students recently visited BBC broadcasting house to record a fifteen minute “as live” radio show, as part of an 3-day science communication course. Guided by BBC presenter, Gareth Mitchell, we learnt about scientific writing and broadcasting, filmed and edited our own video news segment, under instruction from leaders in science journalism. As a result, we have now set up a blog and podcast of our own, nanotes.net, which we would never have dreamed of without this inspirational experience.
The people here are great. While you talk with people from different cultures and backgrounds you will find you improve rapidly.
What's more the facilities here are world-class.