Just how prevalent is the use of radio material as an archival primary source and in teaching? Dr. Ieuan Franklin presents research undertaken by Bournemouth University to gauge the level of academic access to radio archives in the UK.
Wide-ranging news, reviews, feature articles and comment for academic staff, students, researchers and information professionals exploring the production, study and use of film, television and related media in higher and further education.
Dr Sabina Mihelj, Professor of Media and Cultural Analysis at Loughborough University, gives an overview of the Screening Socialism project and discusses preliminary results.
Taryn Storey, the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Higher Education Programme Developer, provides a back-stage tour of a digital collaboration between the RSC and Ravensbourne College.
Dr Sheldon Hall reviews Tony Bill’s handy guide on how to belong on a film set.
Professor Tim Wall reviews Hugh Chignell’s key concept book of radio studies’ prominent ideas.
Professor Sue Vice reviews this detailed analysis of Hitchcock’s forgotten and overlooked works.
Mick Farr reviews this well-researched account on the role of the Cinematographer in the American film industry.
Dr Miles Booy reviews the DVD release of John Huston’s cult-classic.