Believe it or not, Hansard reporters are all-round athletes. This post explains why we need stamina, speed and teamwork to get our job done.
Sally Freestone, Deputy Director Parliamentary Broadcasting, explains how the Parliamentary Broadcasting Unit is working to make proceedings more accessible.
There are many little things that go on behind the scenes at Parliament that are vital to the smooth running of business, and this post focuses on how we at Hansard meet the demands of reporting the Welsh language.
When people think of Hansard reporters, they often think of the main Chamber, but there’s a whole team responsible for reporting Westminster Hall and the Committees of the House. Joe Briggs takes you undercover for a day in his world.
Laura, a parliamentary reporter who grew up in Scotland, describes how listening to Scottish words and accents reminds her of home.
Can you tell the difference between a semi-humanoid robot and a standard-issue Select Committee witness? Read this post to find out, and to learn more about Hansard and Select Committees.
After working as a translator in Argentina, Guy Mathers became a Hansard reporter, turning his hand to a different sort of translation—from the spoken word to the written. He tells us why 16 November is a special day.
Hansard is a no-fail operation: come rain or shine, reports of debates in the Chamber and Committees are always published. We reflect on how Hansard's wartime staff managed to get the job done in testing conditions.
Jean Winder made history by becoming the first woman to be a Hansard reporter, but she had to fight long and hard to be paid the same as her male colleagues.
As summer draws to a close, find out what Hansard staff get up to during the parliamentary recess.