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Remembering British television : audience, archive and industry / Kristyn Gorton and Joanne Garde-Hansen.

By: Gorton, Kristyn, 1972-.
Contributor(s): Garde-Hansen, Joanne | British Film Institute.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN1992.3.G7 G67 2019Publication: London, UK ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury on behalf of the British Film Institute, 2019Description: xiv, 204 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781844576616 (hardback); 1844576612 (hardback); 9781844576609 (paperback); 1844576604 (paperback).Subject(s): Television programs -- Social aspects -- Great Britain
Contents:
Remembering television's past -- Remembering TV production: producer-ly memory -- Television's treasures and archival values -- The end of "experience TV" at the National Media Museum -- Caring for past television: the case of children's television -- Nostalgia and paratexual memory: Cold feet (ITV, 1997-2017), reminiscence clip shows and "vintage" television websites -- Regenerative TV memory?: crafting Doctor Who -- Conclusion: television's mnemonic warriors: from Mr Getty to me.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Remembering television's past -- Remembering TV production: producer-ly memory -- Television's treasures and archival values -- The end of "experience TV" at the National Media Museum -- Caring for past television: the case of children's television -- Nostalgia and paratexual memory: Cold feet (ITV, 1997-2017), reminiscence clip shows and "vintage" television websites -- Regenerative TV memory?: crafting Doctor Who -- Conclusion: television's mnemonic warriors: from Mr Getty to me.

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