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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

BBC Children’s Head of Content, Cheryl Taylor in conversation with presenter Chris Jarvis and answering your questions on commissioning plans, future strategy and how a major broadcaster copes with and serves the current crisis.

PLUS: Children’s author Laura Henry-Allain joins the webinar as the second in our series of “Inner Child” profiles. Laura’s book series Jo Jo and Gran Gran has become the latest CBeebies animation success. Laura considers what influences in her childhood led to her way of thinking, creating and working.

This CMC Webinar took place on 29 May 2020 – stream a video of it below.

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