Popular Music and Television in Britain
Listening to popular music and watching television have become the two most common activities for postwar generations in Britain. This volume provides a critical analysis of these, and other, topics in contributions from some of Britain's leading scholars in the disciplines of television and/or popular music studies.
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Television Documentary Pop Stardom And AutoBiographical
The RePresentation Of The Rock Album
The Old Grey Whistle Test And The Rise
Ready Steady Go Televisual Pop Style And The Careers
Today Bill Grundy And The Sex Pistols
The Contribution Of Television To
Musical Images Of A Nation At War
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