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Chignell, Hugh

Regional Aesthetics

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Ieuan Franklin

Part I. Living on Location

2. Living on Location: Amateur Creativity and Negotiating a Sense of Place in Yorkshire
Heather Norris Nicholson

3. Arcadia in Absentia: Cinema, the Great Depression and the Problem of Industrial Wales
Daryl Perrins

4. A Poetics of the North: Visual and Literary Geographies
David Forrest, Sue Vice

Part II. Urban Subcultures and Structures of Feeling

5. The Sons and Heirs of Something Particular: The Smiths’ Manchester Aesthetic, 1982–1987
Peter Atkinson

6. Away and Raffle Yourself! Still Game, Craiglang, Glasgow and Identity
Mary Irwin

7. Topological London
Kris Erickson

Part III. Broadcasting and Belonging

8. A Region in Microcosm: Brandon Acton-Bond’s Post-War BBC Radio Features
Ieuan Franklin

9. Gi’ It Some ’Ommer: ITV Regional Programming and the Performance of the Black Country
Julie E. Robinson

10. A Post-War History of Radio for the Asian Community in Leicester
Gloria Khamkar

11. The Teliesyn Co-operative: National Broadcasting, Production Organisation and TV Aesthetics
Dafydd Sills-Jones

Part IV. Borders, Devolution and Contested Histories

12. Sam Hanna Bell and the Ideology of Place
Hugh Chignell

13. Resisting Redefinition: The Portrayal of Northern Irish Identity in Ulster Television’s Schools Output, 1970–1977
Ken Griffin

14. ‘Nothing Similar in England’: The Scottish Film Council, the Scottish Education Department and the Utility of ‘Educational Film’ to Scotland
Mandy Powell

15. Impossible Unity? Representing Internal Diversity in Post-Devolution Wales
Simon Gwyn Roberts

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Media Studies, Media and Communication, Regional and Cultural Studies, Children's Literature, Aesthetics, Social Sciences, general

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
272 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137532831
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-57093-5

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