Archive - Mar 2012
Scope’s Radio 4 Appeal: Behind the scenes
Film with Beaumont College students seen by Queen
Beaumont IT Technologist Zak Sly reports on an exciting development:
Over the past six months a group of students from Beaumont College, Lancaster have been working with the BBC R&D (Research and Development) on a research partnership to make television more accessible for disabled people.
Beaumont College welcomes the Bishop of Blackburn
Beaumont College, Scope’s Further Education College in Lancaster, was proud to welcome the Bishop of Blackburn earlier this month as he met students to learn more about their life at college.
International Women's Day
Racing With The Hamiltons: Nic In The Driving Seat
The BBC's new disability season starts on Tuesday 6 March at 10.35pm with Racing With The Hamiltons: Nic In The Driving Seat.
Radio 4 appeal
On 1 April comedian, writer and broadcaster Richard Herring will tell Radio 4 listeners a story about children dressed as Christmas trees.
It’s not an April Fools’ Day prank: Richard’s presenting a Radio 4 appeal for Scope.