Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television articles

Volume 30 (4)

Call for Papers
vol. 30 (4): 543-544
Voices in Ruins: West German radio across the 1945 divide
Fay, Jennifer, vol. 30 (4): 545-547
Ingmar Bergman: the life and films of the last great European director
Koskinen, Maaret, vol. 30 (4): 547-550
Destination London: German-speaking émigrés and British cinema, 1925-1950
Laucht, Christoph, vol. 30 (4): 550-551
Thorold Dickinson: a world of film
Mcfarlane, Brian, vol. 30 (4): 552-553
Films that Work. Industrial film and the productivity of media
Nachreiner, Thomas, vol. 30 (4): 553-556
Soviet Cinema: politics and persuasion under Stalin
Padunov, Vladimir, vol. 30 (4): 556-559
Chapaev
Papazian, Elizabeth A., vol. 30 (4): 559-560
Hollywood's Ancient Worlds
Tait, L. Stephanie, vol. 30 (4): 561-562
Mersus. Der Filmkritiker Wolfgang Duncker
Winkel, Roel Vande, vol. 30 (4): 562-563
From Silent Screen to Multi-screen: a history of cinema exhibition in Britain since 1896
Velez-Serna, Maria A., vol. 30 (4): 563-565
A European Television History
Whittaker, Christine, vol. 30 (4): 565-568
European Film Noir
Wilson, Ron, vol. 30 (4): 568-570
Script Culture and the American Screenplay
Raw, Laurence, vol. 30 (4): 570-572
Hollywood's Censor: Joseph I. Breen and the Production Code Administration
Lach, Pamella R., vol. 30 (4): 572-574

Volume 30 (3)

Introduction: Internationalising Australian Media History
O'Donnell, Penny, vol. 30 (3): 265-268
'A worse importation than chewing gum': American Influences on The Australian Press and Their Limits—The Australian Gallup Poll, 1941-1973
Goot, Murray, vol. 30 (3): 269-302
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation: A Media Institution with A Mission
McKnight, David, vol. 30 (3): 303-316
'Differences … in Dealing with The Australian Public': Australia as A Foreign Market in the 1920s
Crawford, Robert, vol. 30 (3): 317-335
Australian Commercial Radio, American Influences—and The BBC
Griffen-Foley, Bridget, vol. 30 (3): 337-355
'Reciprocal and Universal': Robert Donald, The Press Union and Empire Wireless 1920-1933
Cryle, Denis, vol. 30 (3): 357-376
The 1931 Australian Federal Election—Radio Makes History
Richardson, Nick, vol. 30 (3): 377-389
A Call to Listen: The 'New' Documentary in Radio—Encountering 'Wild Sound' and The 'Filme Sonore'
Madsen, Virginia M., vol. 30 (3): 391-410
The Paradoxes of Journalism History
Conboy, Martin, vol. 30 (3): 411-420
Public Diplomacy and The International History of Mass Media: The USIA, The Kennedy Assassination, and The World
Culbert, David, vol. 30 (3): 421-432
The Haunted Gallery: painting, photography, film c. 1900
Reagan, Patrick, vol. 30 (3): 433-435
Forgeries of Memory and Meaning: Blacks and the regimes of race in American theater and film before World War II
Lackey, Jamicia, vol. 30 (3): 435-437
Hollywood Goes to Washington: American politics on screen
Jenkins, Tricia, vol. 30 (3): 437-438
Making Waves: new cinemas of the 1960s
Raw, Laurence, vol. 30 (3): 439-440
Redesigning Women: television after the network era
Savage, Ann M., vol. 30 (3): 440-441
World Cinema's 'Dialogues' with Hollywood
Arslan, Savaş, vol. 30 (3): 441-443
Films of Fact: a history of science in documentary films and television
Bernhardt, Torsten, vol. 30 (3): 444-445
Moving Forward, Looking Back: the European avant-garde and the invention of film culture, 1919-1939
Capitanio, Adam, vol. 30 (3): 445-447
A History of Russian Cinema
Clayton, J. Douglas, vol. 30 (3): 447-448
Media, Memory and the First World War
Engelen, Leen, vol. 30 (3): 448-450
100 Years of Spanish Cinema
Fouz-Hernández, Santiago, vol. 30 (3): 450-452
The Irish-American in Popular Culture 1945-2000
Ging, Debbie, vol. 30 (3): 452-454
»Bewegende Bilder«. Repräsentation und Produktion von Emotionen in Leni Riefenstahls Triumph des Willens
Hoffmann, Kay, vol. 30 (3): 454-456
The Battle of Britain on Screen: 'The Few' in British film and television drama
Jones, Anna, vol. 30 (3): 456-458
Haunted Images: film, ethics, testimony and the Holocaust
Jordan, James, vol. 30 (3): 458-460