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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).

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Kimberly Lawson on Hygge in the Early Years

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Literacy

Play

Sustainability

Transitions

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Wellbeing & Mental health

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Personal, Social & Emotional Development

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Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

Leaders and Managers

Music & Singing

Parents

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Stacy Benge on The Whole Child Alphabet
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Stacy Benge on The Whole Child Alphabet

Stacy Benge shares a holistic educational approach called The Whole Child Alphabet that develops every aspect of young learners. Go beyond conventional curricula to create an enriching environment that unlocks children’s full potential.

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Karen Nemeth on Strategies To Engage Multilingual Learners In All Areas Of Learning

Karen Nemeth discusses supporting and engaging multilingual learners, she offers some great strategies including the key role of frequent quality…

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Dr Amanda Gummer on Toys for Christmas 2023

Dr Amanda Gummer shares top toy trends and apps this Christmas. Look beyond generic lists to find imaginative, skills-building toys…

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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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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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Tasha Bretten on Supporting Literacy Through Music

In this interview Tasha Bretten from Boogie Mites tells us how her musical childhood supported her work as a Primary…

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Steph Hammond on Pre-Phonics for Early Years

In this interview, we discuss what is meant by ‘pre-phonics’, the link with the Letters and Sounds guidance and phonological…

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Virginia Méndez on Rethinking Gender

In this interview we discuss how, even from the time of pregnancy, that there can be gender bias towards the…

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Kathryn Lord on Organising Learning Environments

In this interview, we discuss how More to Books and More to Organising was developed as an idea and then…

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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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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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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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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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Michael Rosen on Play Well

In this interview, we discuss ‘Michael Rosen’s Book of Play’; the different types of play; some ideas for wordplay and…

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Dr Andrew King on Science and Engineering in the Early Years

In this episode, Andrew explains how we can help children investigate their world as young scientists and engineers, and how…

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Kala Williams on Culturally Diverse Literature for Children

In this interview, Kala and I discuss the lack of racial and cultural diversity in children’s books; the effect this…

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Carmen Powell on Books to support diversity in a setting

In this video Carmen Powell explains how to use books to support diversity in a setting.

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Richard O’Neill – Master Storyteller

Richard is also the author of a number of children’s books, and award-winning plays for adult audiences, a number of…

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Greg Bottrill on Can I Go and Play Now?
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Greg Bottrill on Can I Go and Play Now?

Greg Bottrill is the author of ‘Can I go and play now? Rethinking the Early Years’.

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Glenn Denny on Storytelling

Glenn Denny has been in childcare for over 20 years, mainly working in Scotland. He says that, despite the ever-changing…

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Ann Thompson on being Naturally Creative

Ann Thompson is an early years consultant who inspires settings to develop outstanding outdoor learning environments and practice. She has…

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Wendy Duncan on Kamishibai and storytelling

Wendy Duncan and storytelling. Wendy was working as an English instructor on the beautiful island of Okinawa that Wendy first…

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Barb O’Neill on Drama, Puppets and Story-telling

Barb O’Neill is passionate about empowering and supporting Early Years’ teachers.

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