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Broadcasting And The Nhs In The Thatcherite 1980s

Author : Patricia Holland
ISBN : 9781137313225
Genre : Social Science
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Patricia Holland offers a fascinating study of the ways in which changes to public services, and shifts in the concept of 'the public' under Margaret Thatcher's three Conservative governments, were mediated by radio and television in the 1980s.

The New Television Handbook

Author : Patricia Holland
ISBN : 9781317532149
Genre : Performing Arts
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The New Television Handbook provides an exploration of the theory and practice of television at a time when the medium is undergoing radical changes. The book looks at television from the perspective of someone new to the industry, and explores the place of the medium within a constantly changing digital landscape. This title discusses key skills involved in television production, including: producing, production management, directing, camera, sound, editing and visual effects. Each of these activities is placed within a wider context as it traces the production process from commissioning to post-production. The book outlines the broad political and economic context of the television industry. It gives an account of television genres, in particular narrative, factual programmes and news, and it considers the academic discipline of media studies and the ways in which theorists have analysed and tried to understand the medium. It points to the interplay of theory and practice as it draws on the history of the medium and observes the ways in which the past continues to influence and invigorate the present. The New Television Handbook includes: contributions from practitioners ranging from established producers to new entrants; a comprehensive list of key texts and television programmes; a revised glossary of specialist terms; a section on training and ways of getting into the industry. By combining theory, real-world advice and a detailed overview of the industry and its history, The New Television Handbook is an ideal guide for students of media and television studies and young professionals entering the television industry.

Photography A Critical Introduction

Author : Liz Wells
ISBN : 9781317539735
Genre : Art
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Photography: A Critical Introduction was the first introductory textbook to examine key debates in photographic theory and place them in their social and political contexts, and is now established as one of the leading textbooks in its field. Written especially for students in higher education and for introductory college courses, this fully revised edition provides a coherent introduction to the nature of photographic seeing. Individual chapters cover: Key debates in photographic theory and history Documentary photography and photojournalism Personal and popular photography Photography and the human body Photography and commodity culture Photography as art This revised and updated fifth edition includes: New case studies on topics such as: materialism and embodiment, the commodification of human experience, and an extended discussion of landscape as genre. 98 photographs and images, featuring work from: Bill Brandt, Susan Derges, Rineke Dijkstra, Fran Herbello, Hannah Höch, Karen Knorr, Dorothea Lange, Chrystel Lebas, Susan Meiselas, Lee Miller, Martin Parr, Ingrid Pollard, Jacob Riis, Alexander Rodchenko, Andres Serrano, Cindy Sherman and Jeff Wall. Fully updated resource information, including guides to public archives and useful websites. A full glossary of terms and a comprehensive bibliography. Contributors: Michelle Henning, Patricia Holland, Derrick Price, Anandi Ramamurthy and Liz Wells.

From Public Service Broadcasting To Public Service Communications

Author : Damian Tambini
ISBN : 1860302297
Genre : Government communication systems
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Pinkoes And Traitors

Author : Jean Seaton
ISBN : 9781847659163
Genre : History
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This compelling account of a turbulent period in the history of the BBC opens at a time of national decline under the Labour governments of Harold Wilson and James Callaghan, and ends during Margaret Thatcher's iconoclastic Conservative premiership. The intervening years saw mass unemployment, trade union strikes and war in Northern Ireland and the Falklands - as well as legendary BBC programmes such as Live Aid, Fawlty Towers and Dad's Army, The Singing Detective and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and David Attenborough's Life on Earth. Comprehensively revised and expanded for this new edition, Jean Seaton's perceptive study presents an absorbing analysis of an institution that both reflects Britain and has helped to define it.

Thatcherism Personality And Politics

Author : R. Biddiss
ISBN : 9781349186877
Genre : Political Science
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'Thatcherism', as attitude of mind and style of action, has dominated the agenda and tone of British politics during the 1980s. Supporters and critics alike have acknowledged the bold scope of the campaign launched by the Prime Minister 'to change the heart and soul' of the nation. Here nine contributors, of differing political persuasion, come together to offer a variety of approaches to, and conclusions about, 'the Thatcher Phenomenon'. Their essays review the concept of Thatcherism; its impact on the Conservative Party and on the forces of Opposition; its effect on Cabinet government and on society at large; its significance in terms of economic and foreign policy; and the validity of the claim that its record entitles it to enjoy some truly historic status.

Bang

Author : Graham Stewart
ISBN : 1848871457
Genre : History
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1980s Britain: big hair, big bombs, big riots. In Bang!, Graham Stewart has written a majestic history of this turbulent, vibrant and revolutionary decade.

The Media And Northern Ireland

Author : Bill Rolston
ISBN : 9781349112777
Genre : Business & Economics
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An exploration of the relationship between the broadcast media and political events in Northern Ireland. Contributors examine a range of issues, including the broadcasting ban, Ulster Unionism and British journalism, the Gibraltar killings and coverage of the conflict by Dublin journalists.

From Public Service Broadcasting To Public Service Media

Author : Gregory Ferrell Lowe
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131738952
Genre : Social Science
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Losing Faith In The Bbc At A Crucial Time For Religious Broadcasting In Great Britain

Author : Nigel Holmes
ISBN : UOM:39015050507451
Genre : Religion
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In his new book Losing Faith in the BBC Nigel Holmes uses the Corporation's own published reports, research documents and statistics to bring the argument up to date. Losing Faith in the BBC demonstrates clearly: The loss of airtime, both on BBC TV and Radio, for religious programmes; the replacement of high quality religious programmes with trivial 'fillers' and the pushing of the religious programmes to the margins of the schedules. A large proportion of the population is seriously interested in religion and matters of faith (despite gloomy statistics about church atttendances, many more people attend church than go to watch football matches). The BBC is a national institution, whose own publicity boasts "You make it what it is." But is that claim true if the needs of a substantial sector of the population is being marginalized in the name of viewer and listener ratings? Nigel Holmes brings his years of experience to bear as he tackles this controversial question.

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