BBC iWonder


BBC iWonder

Posted on May 30th, by mosaicfilms in Our Films, Web. No Comments

A series of short films for BBC iWonder, a new interactive Knowledge and Learning guide on bbc.co.uk.

BBC iWonder is designed to give people access to content in a new and more interactive way and to deepen understanding and challenge preconceptions. The guides are curated by experts and BBC talent and provide a compelling new source of educational narratives.

Why do Buddhists meditate?

This BBC iWonder guide on Buddhist meditation explores the role of religion in meditation and the benefits of meditation for both religious and non-religious people. The guide will also take you through meditation step by step and explain how the Buddha used meditation to find enlightenment. Presented by Bettany Hughes.

View the guide here.

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