The team provides filmmaking and radio editing workshops and sessions to individuals, groups, businesses, schools and colleges throughout the Eastern region.
BBC Voices also offers production sessions where beginners can get advice and help with personal film and audio projects and produces BBC Norfolk Introducing, a weekly new music programme on BBC Radio Norfolk and two annual film festivals - the BBC Music Video Festival and the BBC Norfolk Children and Young People's Film Festival.
If you would like to know how to make your own film, our Making Movies Day is for you. It's a beginner's guide, covering everything from getting the best shots right through to the editing process. No equipment or experience is needed - and you even get to take away your own film at the end of the day!
Our Making Movies day is open to anyone over the age of seven. The sessions are run from our fully equipped workshop in The Forum, though we can also run them out in the community.
A basic two hour workshop on operating recording equipment and interviewing techniques. We are open to anyone wanting this help, which in the past has included requests from schools, oral history groups and individuals wanting to record village and family histories.
You may have a film idea or a radio project in mind, but need some help in getting started, or you may simply want to talk over your ideas with someone. Our BBC Voices staff have many years production experience and are happy to offer their advice and skills in these pre-booked sessions.
BBC Voices offers a range of workshops aimed at school aged children in addition to the Making Movies Day.
If you would like to try your hand at making your own radio programme, we can make it happen. We teach you all the skills you need and help you put your own short show together. We can even lend you the equipment you need. We offer one half-day and one full-day session.
If you would like to be the star of your own chat show, the producer that makes it all happen or the camera person to get those revealing and intimate shots, this is the day for you. In our fully equipped BBC Voices TV studio you get the chance to try out in front of, and behind, the camera.
If you are a beginner and want to know the basics of film making this day is for you. We talk about using film in the classroom as an everyday tool as well as how to produce those polished entries for our BBC Norfolk Children and Young People's Film Festival!
BBC Voices produces BBC Norfolk Introducing, a weekly new music programme for BBC Radio Norfolk. The show broadcasts Fridays at 7pm. If you are making original music in the county then we would love to hear from you. In addition to the radio programme we produce VoluME, a monthly online magazine on the local scene. We also film and record sessions in our own TV studio which can be seen on bbc.co.uk/norfolk, myspace.com/bbcnorfolkintroducing and the BBC Big Screen outside the Chapelfield shopping mall in Norwich.
BBC Norfolk Introducing is part of the national BBC Introducing brand, so your music could feature not just on our show, but be picked up by national BBC Radio. You might even get the chance to record a session at the BBC Maida Vale studios in London or be offered a spot on one of the BBC Introducing stages at Glastonbury, Latitude, Reading or Leeds!
The UK's only dedicated music video festival takes place right here in Norwich in Fusion at The Forum. It is organised by BBC Voices and features the best music videos from new and emerging acts, not just in Norfolk but right around the country! The Festival takes place each September.
Each July BBC Voices offers children and young people the chance to showcase their filmmaking talents on the giant screen in Fusion at The Forum. This is an opportunity for schools and individuals alike to get their work shown.