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What is BoB?
BoB is available to staff, students and researchers at USW.
- Access 2.7 million broadcasts dating back to the 1990s
- Record from over 75 free-to-air channels
- A permanent archive of content from nine channels: BBC1 London / BBC2 / BBC4 / ITV London / Channel 4 / More4 / Channel 5 / BBC Radio 4 / BBC Radio 4 Extra
- BBC Shakespeare Archive content dating back to the 1950s
- Create playlists, clips and clip compilations
- Search programme transcripts and subtitles
- Available on all devices
BoB playlists - Music & Sound
Creating a playlist allows you to group together related videos or clips for yourself or to share with your students. These are some subject playlists created by your Faculty Librarian.
Noise: A Human History
A series on the history of sound.
A collection of radio and television programmes for Music & Sound students with an interest in Popular Music, Music Genres, Songwriting & Technology.
USW Music Business
A collection of radio and television programmes for Music & Sound students with an interest in Business, Record Labels, Events & Festivals.
USW Music History
A collection of radio and television programmes for Music & Sound students with an interest in Music History & Composers.
A rich resource of collected clips and individual television or radio broadcasts created by UK academics around specific subject areas or modules.
Popular Music Politics
Creator: Dr John Williamson, University of Glasgow
Keywords: race, gender, politics, music, country, hip-hop, censorship
- About BoB - for information and films on getting started, requesting a programme, creating playlists and clips, sharing and embedding, archives and clips and FAQs.
- Finding Still and Moving Images - A guide to help you find still and moving images.