- Bignell, Jonathan.
- Lacey, Stephen, 1952-
- Television plays, English -- History and criticism
- Television programmes -- Great Britain.
- Manchester University Press,
- 0719069327 (hbk.)
- 0719069335 (pbk.)
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- Includes bibliographic references and index.
- Editors' introduction - Jonathan Bignell and Stephen Lacey; Part I; Editors' introduction: The boundaries of genre: The sitcom - Jonathan Bignell and Stephen Lacey; 1. 'Our usual impasse': The episodic situation comedy revisited - Barry Langford; 2. Remembering Butterflies: The comic art of housework - Julia Hallam; 3. They do 'like it up 'em': Dad's Army and myths of old England - Robin Nelson; Part II; Editors' introduction: Quality and the 'other' drama - Jonathan Bignell and Stephen Lacey; 4. Space for 'quality': Negotiating with the Daleks - Jonathan Bignell; 5. This is the modern world: The Prisoner, authorship, allegory - Mark Bould; 6. Can kinky sex be politically correct? Queer As Folk and the geo-ideological inscription of gay sexuality - Peter Billingham; 7. 'Just that kids' thing': The politics of 'Crazyspace', children's television and the case of The Demon Headmaster - Maire Messenger Davies; Part III; Editors' introduction: Revisiting the familiar - Jonathan Bignell and Stephen Lacey; 8. Haunted houses, hidden rooms: Women, domesticity and the female Gothic adaptation on television - Helen Wheatley; 9. BBC Drama at the margins: The contrasting fortunes of Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh TV drama in the nineties - Steve Blandford; 10. The new social realism of Clocking Off - Lez Cooke; 11. Becoming popular: Some reflections on the relationship between television and theatre - Stephen Lacey; Afterword; Index.
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