ERA’s Top Radio Picks 15th – 21st December 2018

Welcome to our weekly picks of the best radio programmes for teaching and learning coming your way this week! We've got a good range of subjects covered this week, with a fair emphasis on psychology.

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ERA’s Top TV Picks 15th – 21st December 2018

Welcome to our weekly round-up of the best TV broadcast resources coming your way in the coming week! It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas with some of these picks, which have definitely taken on a more wintry theme!

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The Long Song – a celebration of resilience and pride

The study of slavery incorporates the past and present and there is a range of broadcast resources to delve deeper into this dark history that is still relevant to society today, around the world.

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Louis Theroux raises questions on quality of life and dignity in death

The investigative journalist takes a look at voluntary suicide in this tactful and touching documentary, meeting people who face a difficult decision. This hour-long examination of three real-life cases can be used to support Religious Studies and Philosophy lessons on the topic of euthanasia.

3 days ago

Fiction over Fact? How popular culture can be a great tool for generating discussion in the classroom

Documentaries have been the kings of educational broadcasts for as long as many can remember – but is it time that we start taking note of how mainstream TV and film can help to engage students with learning?

9 days ago

ERA’s Top Radio Picks 1st – 7th December

Welcome to our weekly round-up of some of the best radio broadcasts for teaching coming your way this week! There’s a few comedic takes on traditional subjects that might be refreshing for some, as well as some thought-provoking debate and discussion.

16 days ago

ERA’s Top TV Picks 1st – 7th December 2018

Welcome to our weekly round-up of some of the best TV broadcasts for teaching coming your way this week! Film Studies and Art take the helm this week with an abundance of great programmes, but fear not, there’s plenty of other brilliant resources across the board.

16 days ago