BoB playlists – using TV, Films & Radio for teaching & research

Box of broadcasts (BoB) allows you to set up playlists – which can be public or private. Public playlists can be found by searching BoB,  there’s also  a selection of  playlists created by academics on various topics, accompanied by a description or short video overview of the content on the  ‘BoB curated playlists‘ page on the Learning on Screen site.

Africa – South of the Sahara‘, created at University of Cambridge covers ” key aspects of African history, politics, and society. … organised geographically by country and highlights both early materials from the BBC archive and current broadcasts from channels and stations available through BoB (Box of Broadcasts)”

Race and ethnicity on British television, 1970-1995  – by  Dr Gil Toffell, Learning on Screen,  looks at programmes “that provided some space for minority ethnic voices and experience in Britain”.

Law Race & Decolonisation , by Dr Foluke Adebisi, University of Bristol, looks at “the nexus between law, race and the differing schools of what is often called ‘decolonisation”.

There are curated lists for film, literature, politics, media, business, gender, and other topics,  all illustrating different ways media can support teaching and research.

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