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British television drama-documentary, 1946-80.

Andrew Goodwin

British television drama-documentary, 1946-80.

by Andrew Goodwin

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.A.) - University of Birmingham, Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies.

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13802423M


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British television drama-documentary, 1946-80 by Andrew Goodwin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Television which occupies an analogous position within television to that occupied by the postwar European art cinema (particularly in the period ), a position which in each instance breaks up the homogeneity of the apparatus - `cinema itself' or `television itself'.5/5(1).

Television, on the other hand, continued to function but purely as the voice of the military state. Writers, actors and directors boycotted television, and working for the television industry became synonymous with working for the Party and, consequently, for the Soviets.5/5(4).

television which occupies an analogous position within television to that occupied by the postwar European art cinema (particularly in the period ), a position which in each instance breaks up the homogeneity of the apparatus - `cinema itself' or `television itself'.

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