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Digital debates on commemorations of the displacement of Palestinians from their homeland as a result of the first Arab-Israeli war of 1947-9. 

Baumann, G. Gillespie, M. Diasporic Citizenships, Cosmopolitanisms,and the Paradox of Mediated Objectivity:An Interdisciplinary Study of the BBC World Service. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.15.

Bulić, K., 2010. The Aesthetic Alchemy of Sounding Impartial: Why Serbs Still Listen to 'the BBC Conspiracy'. Journalism: Theory, practice and criticism, 11(6); Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.14.

Crawley, W., October 2009. Bangladesh 1971 and the BBC South Asian Language Services: Perceptions of a Conflict. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.23.

 Memory, Participation and Resistance in ‘Global Conversation’: Discussing the 60th Anniversary of Al-Nakba on BBC, Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabiyya Arabic and English Language On-line Forums

 

Gillespie, M., January 2010. Diasporic Creativity at the BBC World Service. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.11.

An analysis of the role of diasporic broadcasters at the BBC World Service as cultural intermediaries  and  diplomats - mediators of the realtions between the British government (FCO), the BBC and their overseas audiences .

Gillespie, M. Baumann, G. Diasporic Contact Zones at the BBC World Service. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.14

Gillespie, M. Herbert, D. and Andersson, M., October 2009. The Mumbai attacks and diasporic nationalism: BBC World Service online forums as conflict, contact and comfort zones. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No. 21.

Gillespie, M. Pinkerton, A. Baumann, G. and Thiranagama, S., October 2009. South Asian diasporas and the BBC World Service: contacts, conflicts, and contestations. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.20.

Herbert, D., Black, T., May 2009. Arguing About Religion: The BBC 'Have Your Say' Online Forums, Democratisation and the Global Public Sphere. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.4.

Hill, A. The Empire Service: the voice, the discourse of the master and ventriloquism. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.17.

Jaber, M. The paradox of post-imperial impartiality:The BBC World Service among its competitors in the Middle East. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.28.

Khaibany, G., (in press). Whose Turn is it Anyway? An analysis of BBC Persian TV's Interactive Programme Nobat Shoma. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.13.
(Diasporic Nationhood / 2009 Elections and Aftermath)

Mellor, N. The BBC Arabic Online: Media diplomacy or deliberative dialogue? Tuning In Working Paper Series, No. 27.

Nohl, A-M., November 2009. “Wherever you are, you are with the BBC” – Globalized News and their Localization. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.26.

Nohl, A-M. Generation-Specific Media Practices:Perceptions of the Validity of the BBC WS Turkish News Programme. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.16.

Page, P., September 2009. The BBC's Own Diaspora: Broadcasters at the BBC Urdu Service. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.8.
(Witness Seminars / Urdu Service)

Ranasinha, R., October 2009. South Asian Broadcasters in Britain and the BBC: Talking to India, 1941-1943. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.22.

Riegert. K., May 2009. The End of the Iconic Home of Empire: Pondering the Move from Bush House. Tuning In Working Paper Series, No.5.

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