Bibliographic update January 2017: All

Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

The omnibus film as message picture: cold war politics and the myth of national unity in It’s a Big Country (1951)
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Whatever happened to the British ‘B’ movie? Micro-budget film-making and the death of the one-hour supporting feature in the early 1960s
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Fair do’s: Tom Hadaway and the regional voice in 1970s British television
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‘They’ll Be Dancing in the Aisles!’: Youth audiences, cinema exhibition and the mid-1930s swing boom
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British radio drama and the avant-garde in the 1950s
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Mad Men Is History
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Shih-I Hsiung on the air: a Chinese pioneer at the BBC during World War II
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Censoring Tarzan in Belgium: The Belgian Board of Film Control and the Tarzan films, 1932–1946
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‘The dramatic idea of justice’: wrongful conviction, documentary television, and The Court of Last Resort
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Filming horror: Hindi cinema, ghosts and ideologies
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Julie Christie
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The Rise and Fall of the UK Film Council
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Producing behind the silver screen: a modern history of filmmaking
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Historical Research

The vagaries and value of the army transport mule in the British army during the First World War
Andrekos Varnava, ONLINE EARLY
‘That racial chasm that yawns eternally in our midst’: the British empire and the politics of Asian migration, 1900–14
Cornelis Heere, ONLINE EARLY
Issue Information – TOC
vol. 90 (247): 1-2
Introduction
Matthew Rendle, vol. 90 (247): 3-10
A revolution in March: the overthrow of tsarism in Krasnoiarsk
Alistair Dickins, vol. 90 (247): 11-31
‘The dictatorship of the democracy’? The Council of People's Commissars as Bolshevik-Left Socialist Revolutionary coalition government, December 1917–March 1918
Lara Douds, vol. 90 (247): 32-56
Russia's revolutionaries on vacation: anti-government activities in the Finnish countryside, 1900–17
Kitty Lam, vol. 90 (247): 57-75
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