Independent Television in Britain: Volume 4: Companies and Programmes, 1968–80

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Springer, 27 juil. 2016 - 428 pages
The ITV network was designed as a federation of companies, different in size and character, jointly and severally constructing programme schedules in which strands of entertainment were interwoven with news bulletins, drama with sport, feature films with documentaries, church services with broadcasting for schools. The purpose of this volume is to convey some impression of diversity by illustrating and illuminating the rich assortment of companies and programmes making up ITV's overall service to the public in the operation of a plural system on a single television channel during a peak period in British broadcasting.
 

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Labour Relations
21
ATV and Granada
33
The London Companies
54
Yorkshire and the NorthEast
84
Independent Television News 130
107
Southern and Anglia 148
130
Scotland and The Borders
149
Wales and the West of England 181
171
Adult Education
244
School and Childrens Programmes 267
252
Religion
277
Sport
284
The Programme Journal
301
Preparing for the 1980s
327
Controversial Awards
336
Appendix A The Television Fund and Company Grants
362

Westward and Channel
181
The Troubles in Northern Ireland
199
Drama
214
Light Entertainment
227
Documentaries and Current Affairs
236
List of Abbreviations
366
A Bibliography
385
Index
404
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