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Andrews, Hannah (2016) BBC Four Biopics: Lessons in Trashy Respectability. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 13 (3). pp. 409-429. ISSN 1743-4521

Andrews, Hannah (2019) Distorted recognition: on the pleasures of televisual historical caricature. Screen, 60 (2). pp. 280-297. ISSN 0036-9543

Andrews, Hannah (2020) Drag celebrity impersonation as queer caricature in The Snatch Game. Celebrity Studies, 11 (4). ISSN 1939-2397

Andrews, Hannah (2022) Editorial. Critical Studies in Television, 17 (2). pp. 1-4. ISSN 1749-6039

Andrews, Hannah (2022) Editorial: The BBC at 100. Critical Studies in Television, 17 (1). pp. 3-7. ISSN 1749-6039

Andrews, Hannah (2014) More than a Television Channel: Channel 4’s Adventures in Convergence. VIEW: Journal of European Television History and Culture, 3 (6). pp. 5-13. ISSN 2213-0969

Andrews, Hannah (2016) "No-nonsense-two-up-two-down-by-gum-you-daft-ha'poth-Northerness”: Jane Horrocks, Gracie Fields and performing generic Northernness. Journal of Popular Television, 4 (2). pp. 225-238. ISSN 2046-9861

Andrews, Hannah (2008) On the Grey Box: Broadcasting Experimental Film and Video on Channel 4’s The Eleventh Hour. Visual Culture in Britain, 12 (2). pp. 203-218. ISSN 1471-4787

Andrews, Hannah (2018) 'Real people’s lives rarely fall into a three-act structure’: Writing biographical drama for British television. Journal of Screenwriting, 9 (1). pp. 41-56. ISSN 1759-7137

Andrews, Hannah (2012) "This is FilmFour - not some cheesy pseudo-Hollywood thing!” The Opening Night Simulcast of FilmFour on Channel 4. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 9 (4). pp. 569-587. ISSN 1743-4521

Andrews, Hannah (2017) Women We Loved: Paradoxes of Public and Private in the Biographical Television Drama. Critical Studies in Television, 12 (1). pp. 63-78. ISSN 1749-6020

Andrews, Hannah and Arnold, Sarah (2022) Editorial. Critical Studies in Television, 17 (3). ISSN 1749-6039

Bell, Erin (2008) No one wants to be lectured at by a woman – women and history on TV. Women's History magazine, 59 . pp. 4-11. ISSN 1476-6760

Charlesworth, Diane (2016) Stand Up to Cancer 2012 and 2014: The medical telethon as UK public service broadcasting in a neo-liberal age. Critical Studies in Television: the international journal of television studies, 11 (2). pp. 217-229. ISSN 1749-6020

Dean, Robert (2012) Re-writing the social contract: ethical catechism and ‘The Walking Dead’. Ekphrasis, 7 (2). pp. 87-95.

Elliott, Andrew B. R. (2011) The charm of the (re)making: problems of Arthurian television serialization. Arthuriana, 21 (4). pp. 53-67. ISSN 1078-6279

Glynn, B. and Kim, J. (2017) Life is Beautiful: Gay Representation, Moral Panics, and South Korean Television Drama Beyond Hallyu. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 34 (4). pp. 333-347. ISSN 1050-9208

Hamilton, Jenny (2013) Reality TV as Therapy. Therapy Today, 24 (5). pp. 14-17. ISSN 1748-7846

Harvey, Sylvia (2006) Ofcom's first year and neoliberalism's blind spot: attacking the culture of production. Screen, 47 (1). pp. 91-105. ISSN 1460-2474

Havas, Julia, Martonfi, Anna and Gergely, Gabor (2021) Beasts from the East: Fantasies of Eastern Europeanness in Brexit-era BBC Drama. VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture, 10 (20). pp. 48-63. ISSN 2213-0969

Keeble, Richard L. and Cohen-Almagor, Raphael (2010) Ethical Space: journal with a difference. Review of Communication, No 10 (No 3). pp. 228-235. ISSN 1535-8593

Marlow, Christopher (2018) "Time can be rewritten": The Doctor, the book, and the database. Journal of Popular Culture, 51 (5). pp. 1133-1151. ISSN 0022-3840

Morgan, Frances and Mooney, James (2021) “The Same Trade As Mozart”: Convincing The Sceptics Of Electronic Music’s Value. Journal of Popular Television, 9 (1). pp. 55-77. ISSN 2046-9861

Morris, Nigel (2012) Keeping it all in the (nuclear) family: Big Brother, Auntie BBC, Uncle Sam and George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four. Frames Cinema Journal .

Morris, Nigel (2015) ‘Do you like taster menus?’ Beyond hybridity: The Trip & The Trip to Italy. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 13 (4). pp. 422-442. ISSN 1740-0309

Morris, Nigel (2018) Staging science on TV: Richard Hammond's Invisible Worlds, Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature, and Wild Weather with Richard Hammond. Journal of Science and Popular Culture, 1 (2). pp. 119-136. ISSN 2059-9072

Spaulding, Hannah (2018) Recording Intimacy, Reviewing Spectacle: The Emergence of Video in the American Home. Television & New Media, 19 (3). pp. 257-273. ISSN 1527-4764

Ward, Renée (2013) The magic of medievalism: teaching Arthuriana with Camelot. The Once and Future Classroom, 11 (1). -np. ISSN .

Winston, Brian (2009) ‘A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma’: Wiseman and public television’,. Studies in Documentary Film, 3 (2). pp. 95-111. ISSN 1750-3280

Book Section

Andrews, Hannah (2023) Small Axe and/as Cinematic Television. In: Steve McQueen: I Want the Burden. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Andrews, Hannah and Frame, Gregory (2022) Teaching Demons and Eating Nazis: Morality in Trump-era Fantasy Comedy. In: American Television During a Television Presidency. Wayne State University Press, Detroit, MI, USA. ISBN 9780814349366

Bell, Erin (2010) Beyond the witness: the layering of historical testimonies on British television. In: Televising History: mediating the past in postwar Europe. Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 77-94. ISBN 9780230222083

Bell, Erin (2015) Guerre et memoire: la "Glorieuese Revolution" (1688) a la television britannique. In: Revoltes et Revolutions a l'ecran: Europe moderne, XVIe - XVIIIe siecle. Histoire . Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, pp. 49-66. ISBN 9782753540712

Bell, Erin (2009) Sharing their past with the nation: re-enactment and testimony on British television. In: The nation on screen: discourses of the national on global television. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, pp. 197-215. ISBN 1443806145

Bell, Erin and Gray, Ann (2010) Broader themes and televisualization: conclusion. In: Televising History: mediating the past in postwar Europe. Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 248-255. ISBN 9780230222083

Bell, Erin and Gray, Ann (2010) Introduction: history on television in Europe - the past two decades. In: Televising History: mediating the past in postwar Europe. Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9780230222083

Bell, Erin and Gray, Ann (2016) Television's royal family: continuity and change. In: The British monarchy on screen. Manchester University Press. ISBN 9780719099564

Charlesworth, Diane (2016) From homebuyer advisor to angel of the hearth: the development of Kirstie Allsopp as the female face of Channel 4 'squeezed middle' austerity programming. In: Gender and austerity in popular culture: femininity, masculinity and recession in film and television. I.B.Tauris, London. ISBN 9781784536640

Charlesworth, Diane (2022) Negotiating and validating the ‘housewife’ identity: cookery advice in BBC TV Women’s programming (1946-61), the influence of Marguerite Patten, and Cookery Club (1956-1961) as an early audience participation series. In: Food and Cooking on Early Television: Impact on Post War European Foodways. Routledge. ISBN 9780367347888

Charnock, Ruth (2016) "I want what everyone wants": cruel optimism in HBO's 'Girls'. In: Gender and Economics in Popular Culture: Femininity, Masculinity and Austerity in Film and TV. I. B. Tauris. ISBN 1784536644, 9781784536640

Donald, Stephanie and Brūveris, Klāra (2017) The Lost Children of Latvia: Deportees and Postmemory in Dzintra Geka’s The Children of Siberia. In: Childhood and Nation in Contemporary World Cinema: borders and encounters. Bloomsbury Academic, New York, pp. 63-88. ISBN 9781501318580

Elliott, Andrew B. R. (2014) British historical drama and the middle ages. In: Upstairs and downstairs: the British historical costume drama on television. Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD, pp. 113-124. ISBN 1442244828, 9781442244825

Elliott, Andrew B. R. (2010) Mr Monk goes to the monastery. In: Mr Monk and philosophy. Open Court Popular Culture and Philosophy, Chicago, pp. 169-180. ISBN 9780812696745

Elliott, Andrew B. R. (2015) Our minds are in the gutter, but some of us are swatching Starz … sex, violence and dirty medievalism. In: Fantasy and science fiction medievalisms: from Isaac Asimov to A Game of Thrones. Cambria, pp. 97-116. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Gray, Ann (2010) Contexts of production: commissioning history. In: Televising history, mediating the past in postwar Europe. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke, Hampshire UK, pp. 59-76. ISBN 9780230222083

Harvey, Sylvia (2004) Living with monsters: can broadcasting regulation make a difference? In: Toward a political economy of culture: capitalism and communication in the twenty-first century. Critical media studies: Institutions, politics and culture . Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, Md., pp. 194-210. ISBN 0742526844

Hogg, Christopher and Smith, Charlotte (2018) Well-being and the television actor: challenges and coping strategies. In: Exploring Television Acting. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781474248587

Keeble, Richard (2011) Targeting Gaddafi: secret warfare and the media. In: Mirage in the desert? Reporting the "Arab Spring". Abramis Academic Publishing, Bury St Edmunds, pp. 281-296. ISBN 9781845495145

Marlow, Christopher (2009) The folding text: Doctor Who, adaptation and fan fiction. In: Adaptation in contemporary culture: textual infidelities. Continuum, London, pp. 46-57. ISBN 9780826424648

Morris, Nigel (2007) 'Old, new, borrowed, blue': makeover television in British primetime. In: Makeover television: realities remodelled. Reading contemporary television . I. B. Tauris, London, pp. 39-55. ISBN 1845113306

Morris, Nigel (2017) Introduction. In: A companion to Steven Spielberg. Wiley Blackwell Companions to Film Directors . Wiley-Blackwell, Boston, MA. ISBN 9781118726914

Morris, Nigel (2017) Magisterial juvenilia: Amblin’ and Spielberg’s early television work. In: A companion to Steven Spielberg. Wiley Blackwell Companions to Film Directors . Wiley-Blackwell, Boston, MA. ISBN 9781118726914

Redden, Guy (2007) Makeover morality and consumer culture. In: Makeover television: realities remodelled. Reading contemporary television . I. B. Tauris, UK, pp. 150-164. ISBN 1845113306

Winston, Brian (2007) Rouch’s ‘Second Legacy’: Chronique d’un été as reality TV’s totemic ancestor’. In: Building bridges: the cinema of Jean Rouch. Wallflower Press, London, UK. ISBN 9781905674473

Winston, Brian and Rebhandl, Bert (2009) "Ein Rätsel in einem Geheimnis mit sieben Siegeln" Frederick Wiseman und das öffentliche amerkanische Fernsehen in den siebziger Jahren. In: Frederick Wiseman: Kino des Sozialen. DFI, Berlin, pp. 43-68. ISBN 978-3-940384-14-0

Conference or Workshop contribution

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 (2018) Female presence at the BBC: uncovering the hidden history of Joan Gilbert (1938-1962). In: Doing Women's Film and Television History Conference IV (2018), 23rd-25th May 2018, Southampton.

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.

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 [2007] and the BBC. In: MeCCSA Annual Conference 2011, 12-14 January 2011, The Lowry, Salford Quays, UK.

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 (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 (2015) Whatever happened to Uncle Cecil? Opening the BBC archives on a missing part of the historical narrative in British children’s television. In: The Story of Children's Television 1946-present, 6th-7th July 2015, University of Warwick, 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 (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.

Charnock, Ruth (2018) 'Bad sex: humiliation, Anais Nin and contemporary culture'. In: Capacious: Affect Inquiry/Making Space, August 8-11th, 2018, Millersville University, USA.

Charnock, Ruth (2014) '"I want what everyone wants": cruel optimism in HBO's 'Girls'. In: 21st Century Research Seminar Series, 5th March, 2014, University of Lincoln.

Gergely, Gabor (2017) Anti-German stereotypes in Black-Adder and Fekete Vipera. In: National Cultures of English Language Television Comedy Symposium, 16-17 November, 2017., Notre Dame Global Gateway London.

Kearns, Janice (2009) Two point four children: ‘parenting programmes’ as the guardians of traditional family values. In: The Big Reveal II – Lifestyle Television conference, 29-30 May 2009, University of Brighton.

Book or Monograph

Andrews, Hannah (2021) Biographical Television Drama. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland. ISBN 9783030646776

Andrews, Hannah (2014) Television and British Cinema: Convergence and Divergence since 1990. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9781137311160

Bell, Erin and Gray, Ann (2010) Televising history: mediating the past in postwar Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9780230222083

Chapman, Jane and Nuttall, Nick (2011) Journalism today: a themed history. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, MA. ISBN 9781405179539, 9781405179522

Gray, Ann and Bell, Erin (2012) History on television. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415580380, 9780415580397, 9780203074800

Kim, Jeongmee (2013) Reading Asian Television Drama: Crossing Borders and Breaking Boundaries. I.B.Tauris. ISBN 978-1-8451-1860-0

Kim, Jeongmee and Glynn, Basil (2009) Corpses, Spectacle, Illusion: The Body as Abject and Object in CSI. Lexington, New York. ISBN 9780739124703

King, Elliot and Chapman, Jane L. (2012) Key readings in journalism. Routledge, New York London. ISBN 9780415880275

Mair, John and Keeble, Richard (2011) Mirage in the desert? Reporting the 'Arab Spring'. Abramis Academic Publishing, Bury St Edmunds. ISBN 9781845495145

Morris, Nigel (2009) New Review of Film and Television Studies [Vol.7 No.1] Spielberg special issue. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford, UK. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Morris, Nigel (2017) A companion to Steven Spielberg. Wiley Blackwell Companions to Film Directors . Wiley-Blackwell, Boston, MA. ISBN 9781118726914

Winston, Brian, Beharrell, Peter, Davis, Howard, Eldridge, John, Hewitt, John, Oddie, Jean, Philo, Greg and Walton, Paul (1980) More bad news: volume 2 of Bad news. Routledge and Kegan Paul, London. ISBN 0710004141

Winston, Brian (2008) Claiming the real II: documentary: Grierson and beyond. BFI, London, pp. 1-336. ISBN 9781844572717 (pbk.), 9781844572724 (hbk.)


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.

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