History of TV

Thompson, Craig
October 2006
History Today;Oct2006, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p3
In this article the author, a television producer, discusses the rise of history-themed television shows. He writes on the occasion of the 2006 World Congress of History Producers held in London, England. He describes the various events of the congress including a number of master classes, speeches, discussions and debates.


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