Input CBBC and the Blue Peter Garden


Ultralab has been working with young people for the past two years using the latest free movie making software and Apple computers. The BBC attended the 2001 V&A Event at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Greg Childs, head of BBC’s Future TV spoke about how the BBC would need to adapt to meet the demands of changing audience capabilities and employed the Ultralab team to work in collaboration with the BBC to explore the future of children’s television.
InputCBBClogocircle.gifStephen Heppell, Richard Millwood and Matthew Eaves have been spending a lot of time in meetings at Television centre with the ‘Future TV’ team.
Richard and Matthew also visited the Top of the Pops and Blue Peter TV Studios.
The rest of the day was spent talking about how young people used technology for creative purpose and the potential places across the North of England where research with young people could begin using the Ultralab model.
Some images from the event:

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Matthew Eaves

Matthew Eaves is Director at Creative Learning Systems Ltd

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