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Haynes, Richard

BBC Sport in Black and White

Haynes, Richard - BBC Sport in Black and White, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Why BBC Television Sport?
Richard Haynes

2. Pre-war Television Sport
Richard Haynes

3. Lobby, Dimmock and the Monopoly in Post-war Televised Sport
Richard Haynes

4. Innovation, Eurovision and the World Cup
Richard Haynes

5. Televising Test Cricket
Richard Haynes

6. Paul Fox and Sportsview: Television’s Sports Page
Richard Haynes

7. Cowgill, Coleman and Grandstand

Richard Haynes

8. Prestige of the Nations: International ‘Rugger’
Richard Haynes

9. Negotiating the Grand National
Richard Haynes

10. Boxing on the Beeb
Richard Haynes

11. Golf: From Minority Interest to Commercial Megalith
Richard Haynes

12. Today’s Sport on Your Screen Tonight: Sports Special and Match of the Day

Richard Haynes

13. From Eurovision to Global BBC Sport: The Rome and Tokyo Olympic Games
Richard Haynes

14. Wimbledon, Colour and The Open Era
Richard Haynes

15. They Think It’s All Over… 1966 and the New Era of TV Sport
Richard Haynes

16. Conclusion
Richard Haynes

Keywords: History, Social History, Sociology of Sport and Leisure, History of Britain and Ireland, Media Studies

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Studies in the History of the Media
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137455017
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-45499-7

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