Early Years TV Episodes

This is a list of all the Early Years TV Episodes. Scroll down to see the episodes organised by category.

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Latest Episodes...

Louise Mercieca on Healthy Eating ideas for children
Louise Mercieca studied Clinical Nutrition and Life Sciences to become a nutrition expert, subsequently establishing her business The Health Kick[...]
Dr Pete King on the Play Cycle
Dr Pete King has a background as a professional play worker and a PhD in Childhood Studies. He currently teaches[...]
Nikky Smedley and Puppet Sam on puppeteering
Nikky Smedley has been creating and performing work for children for four decades. She works as an education consultant offering[...]
Professor John Siraj-Blatchford on Education for Sustainable Citizenship
Professor John Siraj-Blatchford is an Honorary Professor at the University of Plymouth, and works as an independent educational researcher, trainer[...]
Ali McClure on Making it Better for Boys
Ali McClure is well known for her ‘making it better for boys’ courses and her book of the same title.[...]
Alice Lewes on Leadership and Management
Alice is a passionate advocate of early years, who has been working in and around early years for the last[...]

Coming Soon...

Friday 22nd February 2019

Beth Thomas on Transitions

Friday 1st March 2019

Kate Moxley on Practitioner's Mental Health and Wellbeing 

Friday 8th March 2019

Nicola Lathey on Speech and Language

Friday 15th March 2019

Deb Blakley on Food, Body Peace and Children

Episodes by Category

Training

Nikky Smedley and Puppet Sam on puppeteering
Nikky Smedley has been creating and performing work for children for four decades. She works as an education consultant offering[...]
Professor John Siraj-Blatchford on Education for Sustainable Citizenship
Professor John Siraj-Blatchford is an Honorary Professor at the University of Plymouth, and works as an independent educational researcher, trainer[...]
Ali McClure on Making it Better for Boys
Ali McClure is well known for her ‘making it better for boys’ courses and her book of the same title.[...]
Elizabeth Jarman on Communication Friendly Spaces
Elizabeth Jarman is an international, leading expert on learning environments, the creator of Communication Friendly Spaces and an award-winning author.
Deborah Stewart on play based activities and environments
Deborah Stewart is passionate about children learning through play and has been in the field of early childhood education for[...]
Dr Eric Rasmussen on music for babies and young children
Dr. Eric Rasmussen chairs the Peabody Preparatory’s Early Childhood Music Department and is a music specialist at two Hopkins-affiliated early[...]

Leadership & Management

Alice Lewes on Leadership and Management
Alice is a passionate advocate of early years, who has been working in and around early years for the last[...]
Rachel Buckler on the Role of the Safeguarding/Child Protection Lead
In this interview, Rachel Buckler explains the crucial role of the Safeguarding/Child Protection Lead in an Early Years setting.
Jennie Johnson on the Academy Model for Staff Development
In this interview, CEO of the Kids Allowed group of nurseries, Jennie Johnson, explains her approach to identifying talent and[...]

Inspiration

Mine Conkbayir on Neuroscience in the Early Years
Mine Conkbayir is a lecturer, award-winning author and trainer, who has worked in the field of early childhood education and[...]
Andy Mitchell’s Top Tips for Reception (Kindergarten) Teachers
Andy Mitchell is someone who I originally interviewed for the Men in Childcare podcasts, back in November 2014. I was[...]
Neil Leitch on Influencing Policymakers
Neil Leitch is the Chief Executive of the Pre-School Learning Alliance - the largest and most representative Early Years membership[...]

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