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Foot, J., 2011. 'Gigi Meroni's Photo. Corse Re Umberto, Turin, 1967-2009. Soccer and Society, 12(2).

Frank, L. Chaudhuri, S. Bhanot, A. and Murphy, S., Jasoos Vijay: Self-efficacy, collective action, and social norms in the context of an HIV and AIDS television 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.10.

Frost Yocum, L., A Dynamic Encoding Process: Making the Cambodian 'Taste of Life' 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.9.

Gillespie, M. Baumann, G. Pinkerton, A. and Thiranagama, S., 2010. South Asian Diasporas and the BBC World Service: Contacts, Conflicts and Contestations. Special Issue, South Asian Diaspora, 2(1), pp.3-23.

In 2015 the British Council created an extensive cultural exchange programme with Iranian cultural producers to develop artistic and cultural networks at a critical diplomatic juncture in Iran-Uk relations. This research evaluates the impact of the Iran-Uk Season of Culture from multiple perspectives using an innovative methodological approach.

Gillespie, M., 2009. 'Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere': Digital Diasporas and the BBC World Service. Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism, 10(3), 322-25.

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

Gillespie, M., Diasporic Creativity: Refugee Intellectuals, Exiled Poets and Corporate Cosmpolitanism at the BBC World Service. In: Knott, K. McLoughlin, S., 2010. Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities. London: Zed Books: pp.236-243.

How digital media are changing the audiences and purpose of the BBC World Service

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. and Webb, A., eds. 2008. BBC World Service, 1932-2007: Cultural Exchange and Public Diplomacy. Special Issue, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 28 (4).

Gillespie, M. Baumann, G. Pinkerton, A. and Thiranagama, S., eds. 2010. South Asian Diasporas and the BBC World Service: Contacts, Conflicts and Contestations. Special Issue, South Asian Diaspora, 2(1).

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