University Of Portsmouth Students To Produce Three Live TV Shows For The Big Screen

The Big Screen Portsmouth will be accommodating three live broadcasts from BSc (Hons) Television & Broadcast students at The University of Portsmouth as part of one of their units on Tuesday, 30 January for you to enjoy.

Broadcasting live from both The White Swan television studio and Eldon Building the The University of Portsmouth, students have been tasked to produce three original shows that will cover a range of subjects, specific to Portsmouth and the Big Screen audience.

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The first show, Invis Ability will broadcast live from the White Swan Building between 10:00 - 10:30:
Invis Ability is a show that explores hidden disabilities. It gives a bigger insight into disabilities like epilepsy, ADHD, ODC and more. Invis Ability shows you what it’s like to live with these hidden disabilities at work, at home and with friends.


The second show, The Steam Punk Show will broadcast live from the White Swan Building between 12:00pm - 12:30pm:
The Steampunk Show is your look into the world of Steampunk in Portsmouth and Gosport. Whether you’re keen to get involved in the culture or you just want to know what on earth it’s all about, Saf and Ryan are here to guide you through the ins and outs of what being a Steampunk is all about. From the fashion to the fun, there’s top hats, cogs and tea-dunking aplenty. So stick the kettle on, settle down and enjoy The Steampunk Show!


The last and final show, IndieLens will broadcast live from the White Swan Building between 3:00pm - 3:30pm:
Indielens is a show that explores the diverse benefits of independent businesses in Portsmouth and how they affect the local community. During the show you will get an insight into how independent businesses such as The Aspex Gallery and Bread Addiction run on a day to day basis and how they positively impact the local community. As well as this, we interview NEST representative Lynda Povey to discuss the work they do to help get businesses started. 

The shows will be broadcast additionally, live on youtube. Let us know how you think the students get on with their first live transmissions to the Big Screen in the comments below.