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  1. Viareggio Carnival

    Date released
    7 Feb 1972
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    2227
    NoS ID
    029241
    Story no
    4 / 5

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Viareggio Carnival. DESCRIPTION: Two storey high floats made of papier mache go through this seaside resort in Northern Italy. Floats depict social and political satire. SHOTLIST: GV...

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  2. Power of the Political Cartoon, The (2008)

    Subject
    History; Media studies; Politics & government

    Video recording of a discussion between political cartoonist Martin Rowson and Willl Self on the history of political satire. Held at the RSA in October 2008. (30 minutes)

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  3. Bremner, Bird & Fortune [30/09/2006] (2006 Television)

    Series
    Bremner, Bird & Fortune
    Director
    Steve Connelly; Chris Fox
    Producer
    Geoff Atkinson

    Political satire series led by impressionist Rory Bremner. Includes a sketch commenting on the Tony Blair/Gordon Brown power struggle. Rory Bremner, as European Trade Commissioner (and Blairite) Peter...

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  4. Punch magazine to fold (1992)

    Genre
    Interview

    Editor of Punch magazine, David Thomas, talks to Helen Costello about the failure of the magazine which is to fold after 150 years. He is blaming the recession.

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  5. Media Screen Roundup - August 2013

    Date
    12 Sep 2013, 11:25
    Author
    Linda
    Post Type
    Post

    The monthly roundup of film and television publications compiled by Simon Baker, Institute of Historical Research, & published here at the BUFVC by Linda Kaye. This month’s Roundup includes a...

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  6. Conservative conference - John Wells impersonates Denis Thatcher (1980)

    Genre
    Interview; Music; News report

    Report on Conservative Party comedy evening, Blue Review (at the Conservative Party conference in Brighton?). Private Eye columnist John Wells impersonates Denis Thatcher (husband of Prime Minister Margaret...

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  7. Punch magazine to fold (1992)

    Genre
    Interview

    Editor of Private Eye magazine, Ian Hislop, tells Stephanie West why he believes nobody will miss Punch magazine when it closes after 150 years.

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  8. Can Dialectics Break Bricks? (1973)

    Director
    Rene Vienet
    Subject
    Film studies; Philosophy; Politics & government
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 0 NTSC, 95 minutes), $14.99

    "Directed" by the French situationist Rene Vienet, this film is an exercise in intellectual absurdity: A Hong Kong martial arts movie overdubbed with French political diatribes and philosophies which is...

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  9. Al Capp on his cartoons of British politicians (1974)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Al Capp. He speaks about his cartoons of British politicians, and shares his views on British politics and the nation.

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  10. Private Eye 21st anniversary (1982)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with journalist Patrick Marnham (author of a book on the magazine) and Private Eye magazine founder Willie Rushton discussing Private Eye’s 21st anniversary and looking back over the years of the...

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