Post Tagged with: "yja radio"

Zoo hoping for baby panda

Zoo hoping for baby panda

Tian Tian is now being carefully monitored for any signs of her going into labour. Expert panda keeper Haiping Hu has flown in from China for the expected birth, to keep a close eye on the situation.

Read more ›
Keeping up with Cathy

Keeping up with Cathy

September will be very busy, as she has the Great North Run on September 14th followed by the Berlin Marathon two weeks later.

Read more ›
Things to do in the summer holidays

Things to do in the summer holidays

Are you stuck at home all day feeling bored? Well here are a few suggestions of things to do in the summer holidays.

Read more ›
Dog attacks on the increase

Dog attacks on the increase

If a dog’s behaviour is still unsatisfactory at the end of the training then they think the best option is to lock the dogs up until the dog have learnt to be around people.

Read more ›
YJA Visit Brilliant Beanotown!

YJA Visit Brilliant Beanotown!

Watch the newly added film report to see fun packed Beanotown, the setting for the launch of the 75th Anniversary edition of the comic.

Read more ›
Tealby Radio Plays

Tealby Radio Plays

The challenge: make a play for radio based on the random sound effects played by the producer. Challenge accepted by: the brave Young Journalists of Tealby Primary.

Read more ›
A Fun Year for Young Journalists

A Fun Year for Young Journalists

For the YJA editors it’s a sad time as we’ve had the pleasure of seeing team members develop into great journalists who can write articles, produce radio programmes, conduct interviews and make documentaries and drama films.

Read more ›
Millfield meet the Chelsea Pensioners

Millfield meet the Chelsea Pensioners

They are easily recognisable to everyone because of this uniform on events including Armistice Day and Wimbledon.

Read more ›
Stone Spectacular

Stone Spectacular

The European Stone Festival brings together stone masons from all over the world to spend two days creating incredible carvings.

Read more ›
Cameras roll at the Mill

Cameras roll at the Mill

This week, seven Year 6 students from St Peter and St Paul CE Primary School began work on their LAFTA-entry film, spending the whole day filming at the Burgh-le-Marsh windmill.

Read more ›