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Born, G., Comparisons, Contrasts, Conflicts. In: Gillespie, M. Webb, A. eds., (proposal submitted). Diasporas and Diplomacy: Cosmopolitan Contact Zones at the BBC World Service 1932-2012. New York and London: Routledge. Epilogue.

Cohen, S., Cavern journeys: music, migration and urban space in Liverpool. In: Toynbee, J., Dueck, B. eds., 2011 (in press). Migrating Music.London and New York: Routledge. Ch.12.

 This report examines how diasporic staff perceive their career development and makes practical recommendations on the future administration of career trajectories within BBC World Service

 

Lapsansky, C. Chatterjee, J., Considering Men, Masculinity and Drama. In: Skuse, A., Gillespie, M., and Power, G. eds., 2010 (in press). Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change. New Delhi: Sage India. Ch.5.

Newton, D., 2008. Calling the West Indies: the BBC World Service and Caribbean Voices. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 28 (4), pp.489-97.

Nohl, A-M., 2011. Cosmopolitanism and Social Location: Generational Differences Within the Turkish Audience of the BBC World Service. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 14

Nohl, A-M., 2010. Changing Expectations: Notes from the History of the BBC Turkish Service. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 3(2), pp.171-92.

Pikner, T., 2011.  Contigent spaces of collective action: towards cosmopolitics.  M/C Journal 14(2)

Skuse, A., 'Creative Tensions': Audience Research and the Representational Challenge of Dramatising Opium Substitution in Afghanistan. In: Skuse, A., Gillespie, M., and Power, G. eds., 2010 (in press). Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change. New Delhi: Sage India. Ch.4.

Taussig, A. Denselow, J. and Gillespie, M., May 2010. Career Trajectories at the BBC World Service: Managing Diversity. Research Report for the BBC World Service.

Webb, A., Cold War Radio and the Hungarian Uprising, 1956. In: Major, P. Risso, L., eds. 2011. War of the Ether: Radio Propaganda in the Cold War. London: Routledge.