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Hammond, Michael and Mazdon, Lucy (eds.) (2005) The contemporary television series, Edinburgh, UK, Edinburgh University Press, 272pp.
Seltz, Thomas (2011) An opera for all – Awesome X.
Fisher, Andrew (2012) How the Universe Works 2.
Alasadi, Reem (2012) See Britain Through my Eyes.
Aldridge, Mark Peter Alfred (2008) British television, 1925 – 1936: attitudes and expectations. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 254pp.
Armstrong-Coster, Angela (2001) In morte media jubilate : an empirical study of cancer-related documentary film. Mortality, 6, (3), 287-306. (doi:10.1080/13576270120082943).
Badenoch, Alexander Ward (2003) Echoes of days: reconstructing national identity and everday life in the radio programmes of occupied Western Germany 1945-1949. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 292pp.
Beswick, Jaine E. (2010) Linguistic ideologies in institutional settings: the pronunciation of Galician in radio broadcasts. In, Nuria, Lorenzo-Dus (ed.) Spanish at Work: Analysing Institutional Discourse Across the Spanish-Speaking World. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 35-49.
Billsberry, Jon, Charlesworth, Julie and Leonard, Pauline (2012) Moving images: effective teaching with film and television in higher education, Charlotte, US, Information Age Publishing (Submitted).
Campbell, Julie (2009) ‘A voice comes to one in the dark. Imagine’: radio, the listener and the dark comedy of all that fall. In, Barfield, Stephen, Feldman, Matthew and Tew, Philip (eds.) Beckett and Death. London, UK, Continuum, 147-168. (Continuum Literary Studies). (2002).
Colpus, Eve (2013) Review. Domesticating the airwaves: broadcasting, domesticity and femininity. Contemporary British History, 27, (2), 238-240. (doi:10.1080/13619462.2013.791482).
Conlin, Jonathan (2013) 'An irresponsible flow of images’: Berger, Clark and the art of television, 1958-1988. In, Dialogues Between Parts Gone Adrift: Essays on John Berger. Amsterdam, NL, Rodopi. (In Press).
Cubitt, Sean, Papastergiadis, Nikos and McQuire, Scott (2008) Transient media. Public, (37), 76-85.
Hammond, Mary (2004) Hall Caine and the melodrama on page, stage and screen. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 31, (1), 39-57.
Jordan, James (2010) Assimilated, integrated, other: an introduction to Jews and British television, 1946-1955. Jewish Culture and History, 12, (1 & 2), 251-266. (In Press).
Jordan, James (2011) The Prisoner (1952) and the perpetrator in early post-war British television. Holocaust Studies, 17, (2-3), Autumn Issue, 207-229.
Jordan, James (2013) ‘And the trouble is where to begin to spring surprises on you. Perhaps a place you might least like to remember.’ This is Your Life and the BBC’s images of the Holocaust in the twenty years before Holocaust. In, Sharples, Caroline and Jensen, Olaf (eds.) Britain and the Holocaust: Remembering and Representing War and Genocide. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave. (In Press).
Kelly, Michael (1998) Ici-Paris. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, US, Routledge, 290. (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture).
Kwiek, Maksymilian (2010) Competition among mass media. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 39pp. (Discussion Papers in Economics and Econometrics, 1013).
Li, Yunjia, Rizzo, Giuseppe, Troncy, Raphael, Wald, Mike and Wills, Gary (2012) Creating enriched YouTube media fragments With NERD using timed-text. At 11th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2012), Boston, US, 11 - 15 Nov 2012. 4pp.
Manghani, Sunil (2009) Love messaging: mobile phone txting seen through the lens of tanka poetry. Theory Culture & Society, 26, (2-3), 209-232. (doi:10.1177/0263276409103130).
Mazdon, L.E. (2001) Contemporary French television, the nation and the family: continuity and change. Television and New Media, 2, (4), 335-349.
Mazdon, Lucy (2001) Le talkshow en France: ciel mon mardi et ses spectateurs. In, Gardies, René and Taranger, Marie-Claude (eds.) Télévision: Questions de formes. Paris, France, L’Harmattan, 159-173. (Champs visuels).
Monckton-Smith, Jane (2007) Book review. Natural Born Celebrities: Serial Killers in American Culture by David Schmid. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 2005. pp. 284, £14.99. Media, Culture and Society, 29, (2), 354-355. (doi:10.1177/0163443707074271).
Newton, Kenneth (1990) Making the news: the mass media in Britain. Social Studies Review, 6, (1), 12-15.
Newton, Kenneth (1996) The mass media and modern government. Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, 96-301.
Webber, Craig (2012) Cops, robbers and masked vigilantes: teaching through representations of crime. In, Billsberry, Jon and Leonard, Pauline (eds.) Moving Images: Effective Teaching with Film and Television in Management. Charleston, US, Information Age Publishing.
Williams, Linda Ruth (2002) Sex and censoriousness: pornography and censorship in Britain. In, Briggs, Adam and Cobley, Paul (eds.) The Media: An Introduction. Harlow, Pearson Longman, 477-495.
Williams, Linda Ruth (2005) Twin Peaks: David Lynch and the serial-thriller soap. In, Hammond, Michael and Mazdon, Lucy (eds.) The Contemporary Television Series. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 37-56.