Form Time Videos

Current BBC News videos to watch and discuss with your tutor group.

Saturday
28th November 2020

Around the world

Paris: Tear gas and fires at protest against police violence

Large crowds gathered to demonstrate against a bill preventing the publication of photos of police.

Climate change: The woman watching the ice melt from under her feet

For thousands of years Inupaiq people have relied on the land in Alaska but now climate change is threatening their entire way of life.

In the UK

'Gambling was as normal as breathing'

Kerri Nicholls lost more than £45,000 due to gambling online.

'Outstanding new teacher' Kirsty Gaythwaite on why she loves her job

Kirsty Gaythwaite was awarded the gold prize as an outstanding new teacher of the year, in the National Teaching Awards.

Politics

Johnson on England's post-lockdown restrictions

Boris Johnson addresses Tory criticism of post-lockdown covid tiers in England

Spending Review: What we learned from Sunak's speech in two minutes

BBC News takes a look at Chancellor Rishi Sunak's Spending Review, plus reaction to his announcements.

Education

'Outstanding new teacher' Kirsty Gaythwaite on why she loves her job

Kirsty Gaythwaite was awarded the gold prize as an outstanding new teacher of the year, in the National Teaching Awards.

Coronavirus: Secondary school pupil's worries about exams

More than 1 in 5 secondary school pupils in England were out of school last week because of coronavirus.

Health

Your coronavirus vaccine questions answered

Prof Robin Shattock, head of Mucosal Infection and Immunity at Imperial College, answers viewers' questions.

Coronavirus: When can I get the Covid-19 vaccine?

Excitement over the vaccine has turned to questions on the reality of when we can get it.

Business

Rishi Sunak: Coronavirus to leave 'long-term scarring' on UK economy

The chancellor says the economic impact of coronavirus, "and the action we’ve taken in response" has led to "a significant but necessary increase in our borrowing and debt".

Spending Review: Pay rise for NHS and lowest paid in public sector

Rishi Sunak announces a public sector pay freeze, with the exception of NHS workers and the lowest paid.

Science

Climate change: The woman watching the ice melt from under her feet

For thousands of years Inupaiq people have relied on the land in Alaska but now climate change is threatening their entire way of life.

Jane Fonda: 'It's much harder to be young than it is old'

As an 82-year-old Jane Fonda is still protesting - this time about climate change - and getting arrested.

Technology

How sunshine can make the railways greener

The railways in the UK, Australia and India getting power from the sun in different ways.

‘My electric car is helping to power my home’

OVO Energy's trial allows some electric car owners to turn their vehicles into mini power stations.

Entertainment

The "guerrilla girls" who changed the art world

How an anonymous group of female artists challenged the status quo in New York's art world

Jane Fonda: 'It's much harder to be young than it is old'

As an 82-year-old Jane Fonda is still protesting - this time about climate change - and getting arrested.