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BBC World - Have Your Say

Our affiliation with the BBC has entered a new stage – we were asked at short notice to have a student join a discussion in the popular HAVE YOUR SAY programme, broadcast every day worldwide on TV and radio simultaneously. It is interactive and viewers can e-mail and write blog entries that are read out during the show.

BBC World - Have your say

BBC World - Have your say

After a week of discussing the topic 'education' and particularly how difficult it is for many children to get an education at all, the question in the programme on October 16th 2009 was 'Are We Over-educated?' A panel of British schoolchildren in the studio and students from Kenia, India, and yes, Berlin were asked by presenter Ros Atkins what their views were on the subject.

                         Ros Atkins WHYS presenter   

                          Ros Atkins WHYS presenter

Our Berlin student Zeyki from my Leistungskurs English
(1st semester) was in the Berlin branch of the BBC, a studio at Schiffbauerdamm, close to the Reichstag. She had to look into a camera constantly, listening to what was said without seeing any other participant, which was quite demanding for a non-professional.
Alone with the camera
Alone with the camera

Zeyki did our school proud and I admired her courage to join such an ambitious enterprise, participating so well in a discussion with the fast paced language spoken by native speakers.

                                                                        The international panel
                                                                        The international panel

The 30-minute programme was recorded on the HAVE YOUR SAY pages at YouTube where you can see and hear Zeyki and the other students in the show (Zeyki is in part 2 and 3).

British pupils in the London studio
British pupils in the London studio

BBC WORLD - HAVE YOUR SAY
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/worldhaveyoursay/
http://worldhaveyoursay.wordpress.com/2009/10/16/whys-on-tv-part-one/
 
YOU TUBE

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3
                               

BBC studio Berlin
BBC studio Berlin
                                 
A BBC radio interview with FEO pupils and online activities for the BBC Worldclass programme can be found here:
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