ClickView TV Guide: The best educational Freeview TV programmes

ClickView TV Guide: The best educational Freeview TV programmes

Don’t miss the best educational TV content

It can be hard to know what programmes will be relevant and useful to your lesson plans. At ClickView we do the hard work for you, and provide subscribers with a weekly TV Guide of the best educational programmes that will air over the following week.

Subscription to the weekly TV Guide is free and open to all British educators. Be sure to subscribe below and start increasing your use of educational television programmes in the classroom.

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The ClickView TV Guide highlights the best upcoming educational programmes on Freeview television for you to use in the classroom – but what about the adverts?

The new “Add to Workspace” feature of the TV Guide allows you to request programmes before they air. As soon as the programme has aired, our ClickView Curation Team will edit out the adverts for you, and notify you when your ‘classroom-ready’ programme is ready. This feature is available when you subscribe to ClickView and receive our TV recording service, which helps British educators access and use educational TV programmes in the classroom.

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Educational programmes sourced from Freeview

Popular educational programmes

Inside the Factory

Inside the Factory

Tea Bags: Documentary series. Gregg Wallace receives some tea leaves from Kenya and follows them through the factory that produces one quarter of all the tea drunk in Britain.

Planet Earth II

Sound Waves: The Symphony of Physics

Making Sound: Dr Helen Czerski investigates the science behind the sounds we’re familiar with and the sounds that we normally can’t hear, from Big Ben to Stromboli.

Testing Teachers

The Imitation Game

Benedict Cumberbatch stars in an Oscar-nominated role as Alan Turing, the socially awkward mathematician, WWII code-breaker and father of the modern computer.

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