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Peter Billingham. Sensing the City Through Television: Urban Identities in Fictional Drama. Intellect Books. 2003. 192pp.

George W. Brandt (editor). British Television Drama in the 1980s. Cambridge University Press. 1993. 283pp.

Bruce Carson; Margaret Llewellyn-Jones (editor). Frames and Fictions on Television: The Politics of Identity Within Drama. Intellect Books. 2000. 156pp.

John Caughie. Television Drama: Realism, Modernism, and British Culture. Oxford University Press. 2000. 257pp.

Lez Cooke. British Television Drama: A History. BFI Publishing. 2003. 227pp.

Glen Creeber. Serial Television: Big Drama on the Small Screen. BFI Publishing. 2004. 184pp.

Trisha Dunleavy. Ourselves in Primetime: A History of New Zealand Television Drama. Auckland University Press. 2005. 340pp.

Larry James Gianakos. Television Drama Series Programming: A Comprehensive Chronicle, 1959-1975. Scarecrow Press. 1978. 794pp.

Bradley S. Greenberg. Life on Television: Content Analyses of U.S. TV Drama. Ablex Publishing. 1980. 204pp.

Geraldine Harris. Beyond Representation: Television Drama and the Politics and Aesthetics of Identity. Manchester University Press. 2006. 210pp.

William Hawes. American Television Drama: The Experimental Years. University of Alabama Press. 1986. 272pp.

William Hawes. Filmed Television Drama, 1952-1958. McFarland. 2001. 294pp.

William Hawes. Live Television Drama, 1946-1951. McFarland. 2001. 390pp.

Jason Jacobs. The Intimate Screen: Early British Television Drama. Oxford University Press. 2000. 175pp.

Elizabeth Klaver. Performing Television: Contemporary Drama and the Media Culture. Bowling Green State University Popular Press. 2000. 145pp.

James L. Longworth, Jr.. TV Creators: Conversations with America's Top Producers of Television Drama. Syracuse University Press. 2000. 322pp.

Mary Jane Miller. Turn Up the Contrast: CBC Television Drama Since 1952. UBC Press. 1987. 429pp.

Albert Moran. Images & Industry: Television Drama Production in Australia. Currency Press. 1985. 232pp.

Robin Nelson. State of Play: Contemporary High-End TV Drama. Manchester University Press. 2007. 222pp.

Robin Nelson. TV Drama in Transition: Forms, Values, and Cultural Change. Macmillan. 1997. 277pp.

Adrian Page. Cracking Morse Code: Semiotics and Television Drama. University of Luton Press. 2000. 194pp.

David Self. Television Drama: An Introduction. Macmillan. 1984. 173pp.

Irene Shubik. Play for Today: The Evolution of Television Drama. Manchester University Press. 2000. 267pp.

Shaun Sutton. The Largest Theatre in the World: Thirty Years of Television Drama. British Broadcasting Corporation. 1982. 160pp.

Sue Thornham; Tony Purvis. Television Drama: Theories and Identities. Palgrave Macmillan. 2005. 224pp.

John Tulloch. Television Drama: Agency, Audience, and Myth. Routledge. 1990. 324pp.

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