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Charlesworth, Diane (2014) Performing celebrity motherhood on Twitter: courting homage and (momentary) disaster – the case of Peaches Geldof. Celebrity Studies, 5 (4). pp. 508-510. ISSN 1939-2397
Charlesworth, Diane (2014) Getting to the heart of the matter, and the value of the female television personality in difficult times: an analysis of BBC4’s celebration of Joan Bakewell at 80. In: Celebrity Studies Journal Bi-Annual Conference 2014, 19-21 June 2014, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.
Charlesworth, Diane (2014) From homebuyer advisor to angel of the hearth: the development of Kirstie Allsopp as the female face of Channel Four ‘squeezed middle’ austerity programming. In: Second BAFTSS [British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies Conference, 24-26 April 2014, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, UK.
Ziegler, Harry and Charlesworth, Diane (2014) An analysis of the representation of Jewish resistance in the film Defiance [2008: Zwick] and aspects of its public reception as part of the holocaust narrative. In: Anti-Fascism on Film, 20 Feb. 2014, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.
Charlesworth, Diane (2012) Before Sachsgate: reassessing the value of Jonathan Ross to BBC strategic direction. In: Screen Studies Conference, 29th June - 1st July 2012, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Charlesworth, Diane (2011) Journeying with Jamie Oliver: masculinity, social entrepreneurialism and the politics of C4. In: Gender Politics and Reality Television Conference, 25th-27th August 2011, University College, Dublin.
Charlesworth, Diane (2011) Gendering the past: negotiations of authority and authenticity in history on television and television history: the case of Victoria Wood, Victoria’s Empire  and the BBC. In: MeCCSA Annual Conference 2011, 12-14 January 2011, The Lowry, Salford Quays, UK.
Charlesworth, Diane (2010) A man for all seasons: helping the BBC off the ‘naughty step’: Stephen Fry as television personality. In: MECCSA Annual Conference 2010, 6-8 January 2010, London School of Economics, London, UK.
Charlesworth, Diane (2009) How we built Britain: dynasty and heritage; David Dimbleby & the BBC. In: Televising History , 22-25 July 2009, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK.
Charlesworth, Diane (2009) The importance of the television personality to public service broadcasting: the case of Jamie Oliver and Channel Four. In: MECCSA Conference 2009, 14-16 January 2009, National Media Museum, Bradford, England.
Charlesworth, Diane (2013) It's a man's world: an analysis of the value of the television personality to UK public service broadcasting in the digital age [1999-2011]. MRes thesis, University of Lincoln.