Hay Festival streamed live

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:
Live stream: Students attending last year's Hay Festival (image: Michael Alberry)

The Hay Festival will be broadcast live into schools on May 23 and 24.

The festival runs a renowned schools programme, funded by the Welsh government and Hay Festival Foundation, and there will be 12 sessions streamed on each day.

The Thursday will see talks aimed at key stage 2, while the Friday is aimed at key stages 3 and 4.There are teaching resources available as well.

The sessions include appearances from a range of authors, including Michael Rosen and Cressida Cowell, as well as comedians David Baddiel, Mae Martin and Harry Hill, Paralympian and television presenter Ade Adepitan, master cartoonist Gary Northfield, scientist Steve Mould, and historian and broadcaster Amy Lamé.

Teachers can view the full streaming schedule, download teaching resources online and sign up for the live streams online.


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