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The Broadcast Sport team discusses the key themes and issues impacting on sports production and broadcast

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The Broadcast Sport team discusses the key themes and issues impacting on sports production and broadcast

    Jason Mohammed and Nathan Blake on how to nurture underrepresented talent

    Jason Mohammed and Nathan Blake on how to nurture underrepresented talent

    Jason Mohammed and Nathan Blake on creating genuine long-lasting opportunities for underrepresented talent in sports production

    • 17 min
    How we made the GAZZA documentary

    How we made the GAZZA documentary

    Sampson Collins, the director of the two-hour documentary GAZZA, talks to Broadcast Sport reporter Max Miller about the creative process involved in making the film.

    GAZZA has been made entirely from archive and home video footage. The film uses this extensively researched and sequenced archive material to meticulously examine Paul Gascoigne's life and career in the context of UK society during the 1990s and, in particular, the role of the Tabloid press's obsession with celebrity culture and its ability to make or break careers.

    In this podcast, Collins discusses what his aims were for the film, how he planned the documentary and found the archive footage and how it was assembled to tell Gascoigne's story alongside the broader look at the role of the Tabloid press and its influence on society in the 1990s and beyond.

    GAZZA is available as a 2x60-minute series on BBC iPlayer and has just been released in a feature film format on DVD and Blu-Ray.

    • 22 min
    How we made ’Ronaldinho: The Happiest Man in the World’, with the Douglas Brothers

    How we made ’Ronaldinho: The Happiest Man in the World’, with the Douglas Brothers

    Globally renowned filmmakers and photographers Stuart and Andrew Douglas talk to Broadcast Sport's Max Miller about how they made feature-length documentary, Ronaldinho: The Happiest Man in the World. The film is one of the key pieces of content on FIFA's recently launched streaming platform, FIFA+, and tells the highs and lows of one of the world's greatest players. The documentary looks at Ronaldinho's childhood in Brazil, his breakthrough to professional football and his journey to Europe including his ground-breaking years with Barcelona. It includes invaluable insights from his family, teammates. In the podcast, The Douglas Brothers explain their approach to documentary making, and how they set out to create a powerful, emotional film that was far more than "just a collection of his best goals."

    • 21 min
    In conversation with sports production company Whisper

    In conversation with sports production company Whisper

    In conversation with sports production company, Whisper

    • 29 min
    Top Tips for Creating Sports Content for YouTube

    Top Tips for Creating Sports Content for YouTube

    Insights and tips for maximising the reach of sports content on YouTube

    • 28 min
    Gearing up for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    Gearing up for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    Host broadcaster Sunset+Vine on its plans for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

    • 29 min

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