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Read Vol 5 Number 1 (Spring 2010) at Ingenta Connect
Invisible Television: The Programmes No One Talks About Even Though Lots of People Watch Them
'There's Only One Way to...
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Glen Creeber, Serial Television: Big Drama on the Small Screen, reviewed by Robin Nelson
Jason Mittell, Genre and Television: From Cop Shows to Cartoons in American Culture, reviewed by Glen...
Read Vol 4. Number 1. (Spring 2009) online at IngentaConnect
'This outlet for criticism could ginger up the whole climate in which television is watched':...
Read Vol 3. Iss 1. (Spring 2008) online at IngentaConnect
'There's No Place Like Home': Emotional Exposure, Excess and Empathy on TV
Rurality as a Globalised Mediascape?...
Read Vol. 2. Iss 2. (Autumn 2007) at IngentaConnect
TV Fiction Exchange: Local/Regional/National/Global
Television Fictions Around the World: Melodrama and Irony in Global...
Read Volume 5 Number 1 Invisible Television: Programmes and Genres online at IngentaConnect
Read Vol 2. Iss 1. (Spring 2007) online at IngentaConnect
The Past is Myself: Peter Watkins' Edvard Munch (1973)
John R. Cook
Independent Women: Creating TV Drama in the UK in the 1990s
Special Issue: Quirky Quality Television: Revisiting Northern Exposure
Guest editors: David Lavery, Jimmie Cain and John Zubizarreta
Read Vol 1. Iss 2. (Autumn 2006) online at IngentaConnect....
by Janet McCabe
Abstract: The editorial offers the rationale for Critical Studies in Television, outlining its mission statement. It also identifies the aims of the issue,...