The BBC's new Bitesize Daily, is shot in dock10’s virtual studio.
One of the UK’s leading production companies, MediaCityUK-based dock10, is helping the BBC to educate children in the U.K. during the stay-at-home mandate by offering new programming to complement what schools are providing remotely, or as a standalone resource. The newly expanded education offer will bring 14 weeks of educational programmes and lessons to every household in the country—whatever the child’s age.
Launched on April 20th, the BBC Bitesize Daily service is now delivering a day of learning across BBC iPlayer, Red Button, BBC Bitesize website and app, BBC Four and BBC Sounds, with curriculum relevant offers across the UK. Together, this package is aimed at minimizing disruption to children’s education and providing rhythm and routine in these challenging times.
Faces children will already be familiar with such as Karim Zeroual, Oti Mabuse and Katie Thistleton will be part of Bitesize Daily, which is being shot in dock10’s virtual studio.
Some of the country’s best teachers will join big name partners across the worlds of sport, culture and literature such as the Premier League, the Royal Shakespeare Company and Puffin Books, who have also signed up to offer content and activities for both the BBC Bitesize Daily broadcast and BBC Bitesize Online.
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