Teachers learn media skills ahead of their Shakespeare challenge From a mini-Macbeth to a tiny Twelfth Night: schools have been challenged by the BBC to choose a Shakespeare play and create a sixty-second version. In this programme, teachers attend a workshop in Hull. They learn how to write a storyboard, then film and edit their stories. They then take these skills back to the classroom. Using free downloaded software they divide into two groups, one working on Macbeth and the other on Romeo and Juliet, with suitably dramatic results.