Remembering British television : audience, archive and industry / Kristyn Gorton and Joanne Garde-Hansen.
- London, UK ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury on behalf of the British Film Institute, 2019.
xiv, 204 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Television programs -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
Television programs -- Social aspects.
- "This original book asks how, in an age of convergence, when 'television' no longer means a box in the corner of the living room that we sit and watch together, do we remember television of the past? How do we gather and archive our memories? Kristyn Gordon and Joanne Garde-Hansen explore these questions through first person interviews with tv producers, curators and archivists, and case studies of popular television series and fan communities such as 'Cold Feet' and 'Doctor Who'. Their discussion takes in museum exhibitions, popular televison nostalgia programming and 'vintage' tv websites"-- Provided by publisher.
- 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.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Garde-Hansen, Joanne, author.
British Film Institute, issuing body.
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