The way we watched: Vintage television programmes, memories, and memorabilia
Keywords: British light entertainment programmes; Remembering Television project; affect; archive; broadcasting history; clip shows; family viewing; materiality; memorabilia; memory; oral history; television; textual analysis; vintage
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Dr Helen Piper is Senior Lecturer in Television Studies in the Department of Film & Television at the University of Bristol. She has just completed the study ‘Remembering Television’, another outcome of which was a recent exhibition in Bristol. Piper has published a number of articles on popular television, some of which also address the transformed experience of collective viewing.
Publication date: September 1, 2015
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