Watch any of your Early Years TV Episodes below

All the Early Years TV Episodes are below – or you can select any of the EYTV topics and see the relevant episodes.

You can watch the latest episode free, or join Early Years TV Premium to get access to all the videos we produce now and in the future (plus get a Professional Development certificate for each video you watch).

Latest Free Episode:

Dr Stella Louis and Hannah Betteridge on Helping children by understanding our own bias

Select your topic to see the relevant Early Years TV episodes or scroll down to see them all:

Babies

Speech, Language & Communication

Observation, Assessment & Planning

Safeguarding

Toddlers

Story & storytelling

Pedagogy

Research

Reception

Literacy

Play

Sustainability

Transitions

Physical Development

Learning Environments

Wellbeing & Mental health

Diversity & Culture

Personal, Social & Emotional Development

Outdoors

Health & Nutrition

Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

Leaders and Managers

Music & Singing

Parents

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Gwyn McCormack on Finding the Starting Point for Story

In this week’s interview, Gwyneth McCormack from Positive Eye returns to tell us about Marvin’s next new adventure – The…

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Andrea Sofroniou on Sensory Activities for Babies

In this interview, Andrea discusses the importance of sensory activities for babies and provides practical ideas for parents and practitioners…

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Tania Moloney on A Place Around the Campfire

In this interview, Tania Moloney explains how her background has influenced her philosophy and mission for creating Nurture in Nature.…

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Dr Amanda Gummer on Fun Ways to Get Your Child Writing

Dr Amanda Gummer is a Play Expert and child psychologist. Dr Gummer has a PhD in Neuropsychology, a postgraduate certificate…

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Julie Robinson and Mandy Worsley on Emotional Intelligence

In this interview, Julie Robinson, Mandy Worsley and Lucy Edwards discuss mindfulness, a growth mindset and emotional regulation. They explain…

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Nikky Smedley on Being Laa-Laa (the Yellow Teletubby)

Nikky discusses how she researched for the role of Laa-Laa, including writing out Laa-Laa’s personality traits, and how she came…

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Wa’qaar Mirza on Diversity, Culture and Creativity

In this episode, Wa’qaar explains how diversity is necessary for creativity, and how creativity will be essential for children in…

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Richard O’Neill on Diverse Book Week

In this interview, Richard discusses all his books and his inspiration for each of them. He explains how educators and…

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Taneisha Pascoe-Matthews on Diverse Book Week

In this interview, Taneisha and I discuss the origins of the book and how important it is for children to…

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Lesley Berrington on Diverse Book Week

In this interview Lesley and I discuss the benefits of diversity in children’s books. Lesley explains how she was inspired…

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Michelle Russell on Diverse Book Week

In this interview, Michelle explains the inspirations and background to each of her three – very different – books. She…

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Helen Lumgair on the Healing Power of Storytelling

In this interview, we discuss the chapter in Helen’s book on Stories and Healing. We explore how stories can be…

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Ali McClure on Conversation Cues – Talking about Learning

In this interview, we discuss how Teaching about Learning – Conversation Cues – is an indispensable reflective learning tool that…

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Kirstie Page on Speech and Language interventions – the when and why

In this interview, we discuss the importance of interactions, 4 aspects of practice to consider, implementing interventions throughout and embedding…

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Emily Garratt on Tele-therapy

In this interview we discuss how tele-therapy can supplement and complement traditional therapy, especially for those families who may find…

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Edwin Lampert on the Brun Bear Foundation

Edwin Lampert is the founder of The Brun Bear Foundation and author of the two children’s books starring Brunhilfer and…

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Dr Tina Payne Bryson on The Bottom Line for Baby

In this interview, we discuss Dr Bryson’s new book – The Bottom Line for Baby – which is based on…

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Gwyneth McCormack and Dr Donna Carpenter on supporting children with visual impairment using Story Time

In this interview, Gwyn explains how she creates and presents the Family Time story sessions, a TV show for children…

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Maureen Phillip on Multisensory Storytelling

In this interview, we discuss how ‘the story is told eye to eye, mind to mind, heart to heart’ and…

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Nuzhat Abbas on cultural identity through story and song

In this interview, we discuss how Nuzhat used lockdown to support families through the PEEP programme, including reaching parents who…

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Dr Lakeisha Johnson on Maya’s Book Nook and diversity in books

In this interview, Dr. Johnson shares her ‘MUST’ acronym for book selection: Multicultural characters, Unique vocabulary, Story grammar components, readable…

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Kate Shelley on the Emotional Support of Storytelling

In this interview, Kate Shelley and I discuss how narrative or storytelling helps to support children’s wellbeing; how this can…

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Professor Robert Winston on Science in the Early Years

Professor Robert Winston is one of the most instantly recognisable scientists in the country and is Emeritus Professor of Fertility…

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Dr Sally Smith and Helen Stroudley on Play and Learn with your baby

In this interview Dr Sally Smith, Helen Stroudley and Kathy Brodie discuss the CBeebies show The Baby Club; activities with…

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