WomenSport on WSNetTV

Follow @WSNetTV for TV alerts

25 Jan

#NETBALLMoJo VIDEO - Alaanah Quinn gets going with .@VolunteerZambia & .@SportInActionZ - #MoJoAFRICA

12:00 Alanah Quinn - Volunteer Zambia (Netball) .@SportInActionZ

10:00

Sport In Action (SIA) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) whose purpose is to improve people’s quality of life through sport and recreational activities.
Working in Zambia using netball to empower girls into leadership - more info http://sportinaction.co.uk/   Follow them onTwitter - @SportInActionZ

Find your NETBALLMoJo

WSNet HerMoJo programme supports the INF Creating Choices with NETBALLMoJo - more info:

  • WSNet's work in Africa - HERE
  • International Netball Federation - #CreatingChoices programme - HERE
  • NETBALLMoJo - written by key contributors around the world is designed to help girls overcome many of the issues they face in both western and 'third world' communities starting out in netball. 
  • Order you copy here - www.wsnet.co.uk/netballmojo

International – we’re currently working to get NETBALLMoJo translated (into Zulu, Xhosa, Swahili etc.) and digitised. Keen to work with UK NGBs and International Federations to help get the ‘Empowerment through Sport’ message across. Digital editions can be distributed virtually free (e.g. 50 Rupees) and delivered directly, circumventing local (often misogynistic) prejudices – we believe that gives WSNet a unique momentum that can really change the lives of girls in both western and 'third world' countries. If you can help please email paul.r@wsnet.co.uk with your interest.

Background to Women’s Sports Network
Is a self-funded, cooperative network of groups and individuals working independently as associates and part-time volunteers. It is a not-for-profit community approaching one hundred thousand worldwide. Crystallising the issues & coordinating opportunities around WomenSport & Fitness by working in partnership with commercial/NGBs/educational/Charity organisations to raise the profile of WomenSport & SportsWomen. Advocating better access to Sport/FITNess, alleviating gender-bias and empowering women & girls through sport & fitness in their everyday lives.

 

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
25 Jan

#SundayFEATURE - #LikeAGirl @lgreen66

11:00 - Always #LikeAGirl

11:00

Using #LikeAGirl as an insult is a hard knock against any adolescent girl. And since the rest of puberty's really no picnic either, it's easy to see what a huge impact it can have on a girl's self-confidence.
We're kicking off an epic battle to make sure that girls everywhere keep their confidence throughout puberty and beyond, and making a start by showing them that doing it #LikeAGirl is an awesome thing.

"In my work as a documentarian, I have witnessed the confidence crisis among girls and the negative impact of stereotypes first-hand," said Lauren Greenfield, filmmaker and director of the #LikeAGirl video. "When the words 'like a girl' are used to mean something bad, it is profoundly disempowering. I am proud to partner with Always to shed light on how this simple phrase can have a significant and long-lasting impact on girls and women. I am excited to be a part of the movement to redefine 'like a girl' into a positive affirmation."

For the past 30 years, Always has been empowering girls globally, bringing puberty education to millions of adolescent girls.

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
25 Jan

#NETBALLMoJo VIDEO - a day in the life of a @SilverFernsNZ HerMoJo - #MoJoAFRICA

12:00 - A day in the life of a Silver Fern

12:00

SKY Sport's Netball Zone followed Samantha Sinclair during a day in the life of a Silver Fern supported by WSNet's HerMoJo programme

Read more about diet, training and periods in MoJoManauls - BUY HERE

WSNet & NETBALLMoJo support the INF Creating Choices - more info:

  • WSNet's work in Africa - HERE
  • International Netball Federation - #CreatingChoices programme - HERE
  • NETBALLMoJo - written by key contributors around the world is designed to help girls overcome many of the issues they face in both western and 'third world' communities starting out in netball. More info  Order you copy here - www.wsnet.co.uk/netballmojo

International – we’re currently working to get NETBALLMoJo translated (into Zulu, Xhosa, Swahili etc.) and digitised. Keen to work with UK NGBs and International Federations to help get the ‘Empowerment through Sport’ message across. Digital editions can be distributed virtually free (e.g. 50 Rupees) and delivered directly, circumventing local (often misogynistic) prejudices – we believe that gives WSNet a unique momentum that can really change the lives of girls in both western and 'third world' countries. If you can help please email paul.r@wsnet.co.uk with your interest.

Background to Women’s Sports Network
Is a self-funded, cooperative network of groups and individuals working independently as associates and part-time volunteers. It is a not-for-profit community approaching one hundred thousand worldwide. Crystallising the issues & coordinating opportunities around WomenSport & Fitness by working in partnership with commercial/NGBs/educational/Charity organisations to raise the profile of WomenSport & SportsWomen. Advocating better access to Sport/FITNess, alleviating gender-bias and empowering women & girls through sport & fitness in their everyday lives.

 

 

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
25 Jan

#NETBALLMoJo VIDEO - .@england_netball - BEE Programme #MoJoAFRICA

12:00 - Under 11? you can BEE Netball

12:00

England Netball launches BEE Negtball - in the lead up to the Vitality Netball World Cup & supported by WSNet's HerMoJo programme.

This is Bee Netball. A programme all about friendship, inclusion, fair play and playing together. It’s not about how good children are, it’s about how hard they try to Bee!

Bee Netball is not just a game, but a framework for children to get a great start in life through learning valuable skills including social, emotional and teamwork, all through netball. We’re excited that you’re interested in becoming part of this and changing and developing the young lives in your community. Bees themselves exemplify many of the values that netball instils; they’re active, hardworking, have a real sense of belonging and that’s exactly what we hope all our very own Bees (the young players!) develop as they are introduced to our great sport! It's not complicated, it’s simply a way to enable children to play the game while learning and developing a whole heap of other important skills.

England Netball aims to combat nationwide wellbeing issues with new U11 programme
 
89% of girls do not meet required level of physical activityin the UK!

England Netball is delighted to announce the launch of its new Bee Netball programme designed exclusively for U11s. Research conducted by Youth Sport Trust shows that a whopping 89% of girls do not meet the required level of physical activity and the Department of Health found that one-third of children in the UK are overweight or obese. In fact, a study funded by the government in 2016 found that children spend 90% less time outside playing than in the 1980s, which is less than those in prison! 

England Netball believes this is having a negative effect on mental health, as on average three children in every classroom have a mental health disorder such as anxiety or depression. Bee Netball, which enables children to participate in netball, make friends and develop other key skills, such as friendship, inclusion, fair play and playing together, has been designed to combat these issues.

The programme will be introduced throughout schools, netball clubs and local communities across the country and will promote self-development, provide stage age-appropriate netball, and inspire children to become part of the netball family.

MORE INFO on The BEE Programme - HERE

Find your NETBALLMoJo

WSNet HerMoJo programme supports the INF Creating Choices with NETBALLMoJo - more info:

  • WSNet's work in Africa - HERE
  • International Netball Federation - #CreatingChoices programme - HERE
  • NETBALLMoJo - written by key contributors around the world is designed to help girls overcome many of the issues they face in both western and 'third world' communities starting out in netball. 
  • Order you copy here - www.wsnet.co.uk/netballmojo

International – we’re currently working to get NETBALLMoJo translated (into Zulu, Xhosa, Swahili etc.) and digitised. Keen to work with UK NGBs and International Federations to help get the ‘Empowerment through Sport’ message across. Digital editions can be distributed virtually free (e.g. 50 Rupees) and delivered directly, circumventing local (often misogynistic) prejudices – we believe that gives WSNet a unique momentum that can really change the lives of girls in both western and 'third world' countries. If you can help please email paul.r@wsnet.co.uk with your interest.

Background to Women’s Sports Network
Is a self-funded, cooperative network of groups and individuals working independently as associates and part-time volunteers. It is a not-for-profit community approaching one hundred thousand worldwide. Crystallising the issues & coordinating opportunities around WomenSport & Fitness by working in partnership with commercial/NGBs/educational/Charity organisations to raise the profile of WomenSport & SportsWomen. Advocating better access to Sport/FITNess, alleviating gender-bias and empowering women & girls through sport & fitness in their everyday lives.

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
25 Jan

#NETBALLMoJo - ♀ WATCH .@IntNetball is Creating Choices to grow Netball worldwide - #MoJoAFRICA

12:00 - Help Int. Netball Fed. engage another African Country in #CapeTown2023

12:00

Help the International Netball Federation engage another African Country in the next Netball World Cup CapeTown2023 by connecting netballers & netball enthusiasts from every corner of the world. Share their love of the sport and help build a social movement called Creating Choices. 

Find your NETBALLMoJo

WSNet HerMoJo programme supports the INF Creating Choices with NETBALLMoJo - more info:

  • WSNet's work in Africa - HERE
  • International Netball Federation - #CreatingChoices programme - HERE
  • NETBALLMoJo - written by key contributors around the world is designed to help girls overcome many of the issues they face in both western and 'third world' communities starting out in netball. 
  • Order you copy here - www.wsnet.co.uk/netballmojo

International – we’re currently working to get NETBALLMoJo translated (into Zulu, Xhosa, Swahili etc.) and digitised. Keen to work with UK NGBs and International Federations to help get the ‘Empowerment through Sport’ message across. Digital editions can be distributed virtually free (e.g. 50 Rupees) and delivered directly, circumventing local (often misogynistic) prejudices – we believe that gives WSNet a unique momentum that can really change the lives of girls in both western and 'third world' countries. If you can help please email paul.r@wsnet.co.uk with your interest.

Background to Women’s Sports Network
Is a self-funded, cooperative network of groups and individuals working independently as associates and part-time volunteers. It is a not-for-profit community approaching one hundred thousand worldwide. Crystallising the issues & coordinating opportunities around WomenSport & Fitness by working in partnership with commercial/NGBs/educational/Charity organisations to raise the profile of WomenSport & SportsWomen. Advocating better access to Sport/FITNess, alleviating gender-bias and empowering women & girls through sport & fitness in their everyday lives.

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
25 Jan

#NETBALLMoJo VIDEO - watch how .@EnglandNetball & @uk_sport are growing netball in Zambia with .@DLewis_Collins #MoJoAFRICA

12:00 - International Netball Federation is growing the game in Zambia

12:00

England Netball, INF and UKSport empowering girls and getting ACTIVE with NETBALL in Zambia.

The International Netball Federation (INF), and NWC2019 organisers continue the development of the sport globally, prompting the launch of the legacy netball project; NET2019.

Funded by UK Sport, and delivered by England Netball in partnership with the INF, NET2019 aims to provide coaching advice and facilitated netball sessions to empower women and girls through the power of netball around the world.

In particular, the scheme will place an emphasis on two key territories, Africa and South America – continents where netball is rapidly gaining influence. Predominantly NET2019 will focus its work in Zambia and Argentina. Here it will work with each of the country’s netball associations to develop the provision of netball at grassroots levels, whilst also supporting the development of talent and high performance programmes, which have been proven to raise the profile of the sport within their communities.

More info: https://www.uksport.gov.uk/news/2018/07/11/behind-the-scenes-of-the-netball-world-cup-2019-legacy-project

Find your NETBALLMoJo

WSNet HerMoJo programme supports the INF Creating Choices with NETBALLMoJo - more info:

  • WSNet's work in Africa - HERE
  • International Netball Federation - #CreatingChoices programme - HERE
  • NETBALLMoJo - written by key contributors around the world is designed to help girls overcome many of the issues they face in both western and 'third world' communities starting out in netball. 
  • Order you copy here - www.wsnet.co.uk/netballmojo

International – we’re currently working to get NETBALLMoJo translated (into Zulu, Xhosa, Swahili etc.) and digitised. Keen to work with UK NGBs and International Federations to help get the ‘Empowerment through Sport’ message across. Digital editions can be distributed virtually free (e.g. 50 Rupees) and delivered directly, circumventing local (often misogynistic) prejudices – we believe that gives WSNet a unique momentum that can really change the lives of girls in both western and 'third world' countries. If you can help please email paul.r@wsnet.co.uk with your interest.

Background to Women’s Sports Network
Is a self-funded, cooperative network of groups and individuals working independently as associates and part-time volunteers. It is a not-for-profit community approaching one hundred thousand worldwide. Crystallising the issues & coordinating opportunities around WomenSport & Fitness by working in partnership with commercial/NGBs/educational/Charity organisations to raise the profile of WomenSport & SportsWomen. Advocating better access to Sport/FITNess, alleviating gender-bias and empowering women & girls through sport & fitness in their everyday lives.

 

 

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
25 Jan

#MenoMoJo VIDEO - Coping with the Menopause by being ACTIVE with Katie Morris & .@menomatters

12:00 - reduce symptoms, find energy & confidence & love what you see in the mirror"

12:00

Stretching through Menopause - Katie Morris takes you through some of her great stretching and postural routines to help as we age.

A basic stretch routine that can be done in the morning of before bed to reduce menopausal symptoms, find more energy, regain confidence & love what you see in the mirror

One of the most popular questions I am asked as a coach is should we be stretching more as we age? Are there benefits or is it a waste of time? Find out what I have to say in this short video, and stay tuned until the end as I give you a bonus full body stretching routine that can be done every day to help improve your flexibility and therefore reduce aches and pains in the long term.

Try Katie's routine - each day for 15 mins - more info from Menopause Matters

Contact Katie - kmofituk@gmail.com

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
27 Jan

#HERMoJo - Menstruation be a SmartHER athlete with @eis2win

12:00 - SmartHER: Female Athlete Health @ the EIS

12:00

SmartHER: Female Athlete Health @ the English Institute of Sport is supported by WSNet's HerMoJo programme
 

Emma Ross and Richard Burden of the EIS Physiology team speak about the work they are doing around female athlete health to encourage athletes, coaches and support staff to open up the conversation and consider female physiology and psychology in training, recovery, nutrition and the coaching environment, in order to improve the health and performance outcomes for female athletes.

Read more about Menstruation & training - extract from MoJoManuals - helping teen girls enjoy competitive sport by overcoming some of the many issues they face!

Work around your period - when you are training regularly be aware that exercise is good but the type and timing are important. You might want to track your cycle on a smart phone APP. This can help you plan training/diet and have a better understanding of what’s happening.

High oestrogen - rising levels of the hormone oestrogen in the first half of your cycle help energise you and can help you feel ready to train hard. As oestrogen levels increase, some experts suggest that this is good time to do strength and resistance training. Eating carbohydrates
and proteins are particularly important as these provide energy and help with recovery.

Second half of your cycle - as the hormone progesterone kicks in, and then towards the end of your period, levels of both progesterone and oestrogen fall. You might begin to feel a little sluggish. Some experts say this is the time to focus more on endurance and reduce the intensity of your training. Your body is thought to use fats more at this time to provide energy, so try and get some good healthy fats into your diet. 

Read more about HerMoJo HERE - Buy/Download your digitalcopy HERE - prices from1 Euro

"HerMoJo - Empowerment, Inner strength & outer confidence, combined with the resilience to overcome fear of judgement in sport . . . and the ability to grow that confidence into everyday life to become a stronger more empowered women." Find out more . . . HERE!

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
28 Jan

#HERMoJo ♀ with .@jitsufoundation gets ACTIVE!

13:00 Why should women do JiuJitsu?

13:00

TheJiuJitsuFoundation supports #ACTIV8afriend - a gentle 'nudge' every month to help get more women more ACTIVE!

The Jiu Jitsu Foundation, is a progressive martial arts organisation. We acknowledge the history and practice of traditional martial arts, but place them in a modern setting for a modern changing society.

Many people come to Jiu Jitsu for self defence, others have different technical and spiritual goals. We will help you to strive to reach them, though they will all require effort, hard work and commitment.

More info: http://www.jitsufoundation.org/ 

Find #FemaleFriendly Clubs/Classes in @WomenSportsWeek on @ACTIVEMapX 

Most women only need a 'nudge' to get more active - so WSNet runs a monthly #ACTIV8afriend programme on social media.  Why don’t you join us on the 'eighth' of each month and invite a friend, rellie or neighbour to join you at your class . . . or for a run.  If you run a #FemaleFriendly class/club - offer a discount, voucher, BOGOF . . .or just a FREE session if people bring a friend.  You get more folk joining your sessions - we get more women more ACTIVE - and have a fun time on social media tweeting about #ThisGirlCan #LikeaGIRL & #ACTIV8afriend - and it's FREE - we will RT many the best tweets/pix to our 80k SM community.

So why not join us? Keep the spirit of @WomenSportsWeek alive - #ACTIV8afriend every month on the 8th! More info HERE - and don't forget our FREE #FemaleFriendly activity-finder - ACTIVEMapX - HERE - 32,000 people are now listed - are you?

Promote your video on #ACTiV8TV? Send a link to jo.c@wsnet.co.uk with some info about your club/class and your Twitter @handle.

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
29 Jan

#HERMoJo - ♀ Get your ACTIVE message across to our #FemaleFriendly community on .@ACTIVE8TV

Your Women's Sport & Fitness TV

12:00

Promote your 'Women get ACTIVE' and 'sports-nudge' videos on ACTiV8TV 

WSNet has set up ACTiV8TV as part of the #ACTIV8afriend programme.  Once a month we encourage women & girls to get ACTIVE together.  #ACTIV8afriend is a 'roll out' of @WomenSportsWeek. A FREE, non-proprietary, community-programme designed to get more women, more ACTIVE and help clubs/classes get more members by making an 'offer' once a month to those who bring a friend.

YOUR women's Sport/Fit TV Channel - on-line from 1st-8th of every month

We run ACTiV8TVbetween 1st-8th of each month in the build up to the ACTIV8th of EVERY month.  So many clubs and organisations have set up their own promotional videos. These have flowed out of programmes such as #LIKEaGIRL & #ThisGIRLCan. But how many of these videos get watched - often on YouTube but can’t be found.  We search You Tube for suitable coaching/training or motivational videos and schedule them ever hour from the FIRST of the month until the ACTIV8th.  There's a 'snapshot' below of recent 'broadcast' schedules.

You can help us to help you get more women more ACTIVE by sending your training, diet or ACTIVE promotional video ready for 'broadcast' next month.

WSNet doesn’t charge for this service but we do reserve the right to reject programmes without reason.

Promote your video on #ACTIV8TV. Send a link to jo.c@wsnet.co.uk, your Twitter @Handle and some info about your club/class. 

Follow @WSN_TV on Twitter for exclusive alerts and links to every programme - watch on your smart device!

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
30 Jan

#HERMoJo ♀ GET active whatever your age with .@moveitorloseit1

09:30 Getting active as a mature woman

09:30

Move It or Lose It supports #WSW2017 & #ACTIV8afriend - a gentle 'nudge' every month to help get more women more ACTIVE!

Move It or Lose It! was founded in 2010 by award-winning fitness expert, Julie Robinson, who has dedicated her career to motivating thousands of people to keep active so they can enjoy healthier, happier lives. 
Through their specialist instructor training programme they now have a national network of fun-filled classes spreading across the UK along with a range of exercise DVDs and resistance bands to keep everyone moving whatever their age or ability.

For more information, check out the website: http://www.moveitorloseit.co.uk

Find #FemaleFriendly Clubs/Classes in @WomenSportsWeek on @ACTIVEMapX 

Most women only need a 'nudge' to get more active - so WSNet runs a monthly #ACTIV8afriend programme on social media.  Why don’t you join us on the 'eighth' of each month and invite a friend, rellie or neighbour to join you at your class . . . or for a run.  If you run a #FemaleFriendly class/club - offer a discount, voucher, BOGOF . . .or just a FREE session if people bring a friend.  You get more folk joining your sessions - we get more women more ACTIVE - and have a fun time on social media tweeting about #ThisGirlCan - and it's FREE - we will RT many the best tweets/pix to our 45k community.

So why not join us? Keep the spirit of @WomenSportsWeek alive - #ACTIV8afriend once a month on the 8th! More info HERE - and don't forget our FREE #FemaleFriendly activity-finder - ACTIVEMapX - HERE - 32,000 people are now listed - are you?

Promote your video on #ACTIV8TV? Send a link to jo.c@wsnet.co.uk with some info about your club/class. 

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
30 Jan

#HerMoJo - The Body Image of Female Athletes

11:00 Caitlin Davis Fisher - TEDTalentSearch

11:00

Caitlin is an ethnographer and former professional futebol player. Caitlin moved to Brazil ten years ago to play professional futebol for Santos F.C.– better known as ‘Pele’s club’. Seeds for the Guerreiras Project started there through she and her teammates sharing stories and experiences as female players confronting prejudice within women’s game in Brazil. Caitlin continued her professional futebol career in Sweden and the U.S., while carrying out anthropological research on gender and futebol for FIFA. In 2007, she moved to New York and joined the Nike Foundation team that launched the Girl Effect. When the  the Women’s Professional Soccer  (WPS) league relaunched in the US in 2009, she laced her cleats back up and played briefly with the Chicago Red Stars before pursuing a MSc degree from the London School of Economics (LSE) in Gender, Development & Globalization. She then headed back down to Brazil to reconnect with her Santos teammates and develop the Guerreiras Project. She carried out ethnographic research focused on gender, the body, and economic development with support of a Brazil Fulbright Fellowship and now resides in São Paulo where co-leads the the Guerreiras Project and works as the Brazil Country Representative for WomenChangeMakers. She recently delivered this TED talk on the subject in São Paulo. Caitlin received her BA with Honors in Biological Anthropology from Harvard University in 2004 and captained the Harvard Women’s Soccer team.Caitlin Davis Fisher is a professional football player in Brazil. She cofounded the Guerreiras Project, which focuses on gender, body and football, and is furthering this research as a Fulbright scholar.

Follow @WSNTVi for timely updates on WomenSport on WSNTV

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
30 Jan

#HERMoJo - Why We Must Empower Women Around the World @maria_bello @TEDx

11:00: Why We Must Empower Women Around the World: Maria Bello at TEDxMidAtlantic

11:00

Maria Bello is an internationally renowned actor and women's rights activist and the co-founder of We Advance (www.weadvance.org). We Advance is a women's movement and NGO based in Cite Soleil, Haiti. The organization advocates for women throughout the country to have full political, economic, and social participation. Having starred in over 30 movies (including "Coyote Ugly," "A History of Violence," and "The Cooler"), Bello has had several nominations and wins for her acting, including the Golden Globe Awards and the NY Film Critic's Awards. She was most recently seen playing Det. Jane Timoney on the critically acclaimed NBC drama "Prime Suspect,"" as well as Adam Sandler's "Grown Ups Two," slated for a summer 2013 release.



In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live
31 Jan

#HERMoJo - Do schools kill creativity? Sir Ken Robinson .@Her_MoJo

19:00 - entertaining and profoundly moving case for education that nurtures creativity

19:00

TedTalks supports #ACTIV8afriend - a gentle 'nudge' every month to help getmore women more ACTIVE!

Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity. A must watch if you are r a coach sports /PE teacher or just want to hear some sense on the rlationship between the Sciences and the Humanities.

Sir Kenneth Robinson (born 4 March 1950) is a British author, speaker and international advisor on education in the arts to government, non-profits, education and arts bodies. He was Director of the Arts in Schools Project (1985–89) and Professor of Arts Education at the University of Warwick (1989–2001), and is now Professor Emeritus at the same institution. In 2003 he was knighted for services to art.

Promote your video on #ACTIV8TV. Send a link to jo.c@wsnet.co.uk, your Twitter @Handle and some info about your club/class. 

Follow @WSN_TV on Twitter for exclusive alerts and links to every programme - watch on your smart device!

Follow @WSNTVi on Twitter for updates on ALL WSN-TV On-Screen programmes.

Watch Live

WSNews News, Views & Opinion

A round up of latest news

19 Nov

Large employers would be forced to provide flexible hours to women experiencing the menopause under Labour plans to end stigma...

20 Oct

What do you think of when you hear the words ‘team sports’? Here's all the reasons you need to start playing a team sport in...

10 Oct

The ball was buzzing at the prelims of the Netball World Cup in Liverpool – and so were the crowd. The injection of teams new...

29 Sep

Regular exercise before pregnancy may protect against so-called pelvic girdle pain as the fetus grows, according to a new...

23 Sep

By: Jess Creighton, Women Who Like Sport

I’ve played football since I was five years old and over the years I’ve seen...

17 Sep

The idea that you have to look a certain way in order to be fit is delivered to us by adverts, social media, TV shows. The...

17 Sep

We need to talk about the psychological effects of suffering a sports injury - by Natalie Morris @Nmozz

Getting injured...