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With all the talk of a referendum, we were asked in 2016 by the BBC to make an explainer video that shows how the EU works.
As the world’s biggest single market, the EU has a greater GDP than the United States of America, so it’s important for people to know who wields power in the EU and how decisions are made. We show the relationships between the European Parliament, the European Commission and individual countries, and how the Union grows and changes all the time.
The BBC set up a guide to explain how the EU works and this film was made for part of that effort to explain the workings of the EU to the general public.
One hundred years after women won the right to vote, Scarlett Moffatt tells the story of the suffragettes.
Showcasing six shortlisted titles for 2017’s Man Booker International Prize.
From prejudice to pride, the story of how gay sex was de-criminalised is a story of double-lives, suicides and brave fights.
With people living longer that ever before and not saving enough for their later years, is retirement headed for an uncertain future? Money Box explores whether retirement is a thing of the past.
Professor Mary King describes how the song became a symbol of hope.
For Christmas 2015 we created an animated Christmas animation based on the Nativity story and voiced by some of BBC Radio 2’s most popular presenters
Each year, the BBC invites a leading figure to give a series of lectures and in 2015, Professor Stephen Hawking delivered two lectures on the nature of black holes.
This explainer video for the BBC 6 O’Clock News was made in 2016 just before the EU referendum in the UK and explains how the EU works and how it operates.
What will be the future of Humanity? In this short film for Radio 4, historian and author of the international bestseller Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Yuval Noah Harari makes a prediction