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Joan Bakewell; Nicholas Garnham. The New Priesthood: British Television Today. Allen Lane. 1970. 315pp.

Steven Barnett; Andrew Curry. The Battle for the BBC: A British Broadcasting Conspiracy. Aurum Press. 1994. 280pp.

Ellen Baskin. Serials on British Television, 1950-1994. Scolar Press. 1995. 332pp.

Jonathan Bignell; Stephen Lacey; Madeleine Macmurraugh-Kavanagh (editor). British Television Drama: Past, Present and Future. Palgrave Macmillan. 2001. 214pp.

George W. Brandt (editor). British Television Drama in the 1980s. Cambridge University Press. 1993. 283pp.

David Buckingham; Hannah Davies; Ken Jones; Peter Kelley. Children's Television in Britain: History, Discourse and Policy. British Film Institute. 1999. 200pp.

R. W. Burns. British Television: The Formative Years. IET. 1986. 488pp.

John Caughie. Television Drama: Realism, Modernism, and British Culture. Oxford University Press. 2000. 257pp.

James Chapman. Saints and Avengers: British Adventure Series of the 1960s. I. B. Tauris. 2002. 282pp.

Lez Cooke. British Television Drama: A History. BFI Publishing. 2003. 227pp.

John Corner (editor). Popular Television in Britain: Studies in Cultural History. BFI Publishing. 1991. 211pp.

Tony Currie. A Concise History of British Television, 1930-2000. Kelly Publications. 2004. 120pp.

Therese Daniels; Jane Gerson (editor). The Colour Black: Black Images in British Television. British Film Institute Publcations. 1989. 160pp.

Renée Dickason. British Television Advertising: Cultural Identity and Communication. University of Luton Press. 2000. 188pp.

Dick Fiddy. Missing, Believed Wiped: Searching for the Lost Treasures of British Televison. British Film Institute. 2001. 140pp.

Bob Franklin (editor). British Television Policy: A Reader. Routledge. 2001. 234pp.

Des Freedman. Television Policies of the Labour Party, 1951-2001. Routledge. 2003. 224pp.

Jason Jacobs. The Intimate Screen: Early British Television Drama. Oxford University Press. 2000. 175pp.

Clive Jenkins. Power Behind the Screen: Ownership, Control and Motivation in British Commercial Television. MacGibbon & Kee. 1961. 288pp.

Ian Jones. Morning Glory: A History of British Breakfast Television. Kelly. 2004. 256pp.

Karen Lury. British Youth Television: Cynicism and Enchantment. Oxford University Press. 2001. 146pp.

Jeffrey S. Miller. Something Completely Different: British Television and American Culture. University of Minnesota Press. 2000. 250pp.

Laura Mulvey; Jamie Sexton (editor). Experimental British Television. Manchester University Press. 2008. 215pp.

Bruce Norman. Here's Looking at You: The Story of British Television, 1908-1939. British Broadcasting Corporation. 1984. 224pp.

Burton Paulu. Television and Radio in the United Kingdom. University of Minnesota Press. 1981. 476pp.

Paul Rixon. American Television on British Screens: A Story of Cultural Interaction. Palgrave Macmillian. 2006. 211pp.

Peter Graham Scott. British Television: An Insider's History. McFarland. 2000. 323pp.

James Stanyer. The Creation of Political News: Television and British Party Political Conferences. Sussex Academic Press. 2001. 206pp.

Jeanette Steemers. Selling Television: British Television in the Global Marketplace. BFI. 2004. 252pp.

Robert Turnock. Television and Consumer Culture: Britain and the Transformation of Modernity. I. B. Tauris. 2007. 224pp.

Tise Vahimagi. British Television: An Illustrated Guide. Oxford University Press. 1994. 364pp.

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