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History on British Television
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Switching on the past
1. Whose past is it anyway?
2. Post-war television and history
3. The making of a popular commodity
4. Bringing the past alive
5. Truth or drama: documentary history
6. Characterising the past
7. Britain as a warrior-nation
8. Presenting the past
9. Nation, nationality and television history
Bibliography
Index of programme titles
General index

About the Author

Robert Dillon has taught visual history for over twenty years, and after leaving Lancaster University where he was an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of History, he remains a committed historian and a full-time writer

Reviews

there are books that become the standard works in their fields for a generation or more. I would be very surprised if 'History on British Television' and 'the BBC and National Identity in Britain' do not establish themselves as “must-read” works

, James Chapman, University of Leicester, Visual Culture in Britain, 31 January 2012
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