Answered By: Arabel Queiroz Last Updated: Apr 18, 2018 Views: 207
BoB (Box of Broadcasts) is a service which provides on demand TV and radio for education for all staff and students.
Through BoB you can:
- Access 2 million broadcasts dating back to the 1990s
- Record from over 65 free-to-air channels
- Create playlists, clips and clip compilations
- Search programme transcripts and subtitles
- One-click citation for easy academic referencing
BoB includes programmes from
- BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Four, ITV, Channel 4, Film4 and more
- BBC Shakespeare Archive content dating back to the 1950s.
BoB is available available across desktop, iOS and Android devices. Users can manually arrange/sort programmes inside a playlist by dragging programmes around, sort lists by title and date, and add content to playlists directly from the requests and clips panels in "My BoB".
These video tutorials are provided on how to login and use the platform.
This video shows you how to create a playlist.