Aged 14-19? BBC Learning Zone needs you!
BBC Learning Zone is looking for young people (14-19) to talk about their recent experiences with alcohol, from the mundane to the more extreme.
These educational films will explore the human and scientific effects of alcohol on the lives of young people and help others make informed decisions when it comes to drinking.
Evans Wolf Media are working on an series of films for BBC Learning about young people’s experiences with alcohol. The films will be used as an educational resource that teachers can download and use in the classroom. We’re looking to show the scientific and human effect that alcohol has on young people, using: interviews, reconstructions and scientific graphics.
They are currently in the preliminary stages of the production process and at the moment are trying to find young people to see if they have a story to tell. They are looking for stories ranging from the mundane (had a lot to drink, had a hangover, was sick) to the more extreme (ended up in A&E, or had unprotected sex - needed to take a morning after-pill).
Have you ever done something under the influence of alcohol that you later regretted?
If you think you have a story to tell please contact James Clark (Researcher, Evans Woolfe Media) on 020 87441012 or, alternatively, firstname.lastname@example.org by mid October at the latest.
Date Posted: Thursday 13 September 12