- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
- Series Editors’ Preface
- Broadcasting Greece: An Introduction to Greek Antiquity on the Small Screen
- 1 Are We the Greeks? Understanding Antiquity and Ourselves in Television Documentaries
- 2 Louis MacNeice and ‘The Paragons of Hellas’: Ancient Greece as Radio Propaganda
- 3 The Beginnings of Civilisation: Television Travels to Greece with Mortimer Wheeler and Compton Mackenzie
- 4 Tragedy for Teens: Ancient Greek Tragedy on BBC and ITV Schools Television in the 1960s
- 5 The Serpent Son <i>(1979): A Science Fiction Aesthetic?</i>
- 6 <i>Don Taylor, the ‘Old-Fashioned Populist’?</i> The Theban Plays <i>(1986) and</i> Iphigenia at Aulis <i>(1990): Production Choices and Audience Responses</i>
- 7 <i>The</i> Odyssey <i>in the ‘Broom Cupboard’</i>: Ulysses 31 <i>and</i> Odysseus: The Greatest Hero of Them All <i>on Children’s BBC, 1985–1986</i>
- 8 Greek Myth in the Whoniverse
- 9 The Digital Aesthetic in ‘Atlantis: The Evidence’ (2010)
- 10 Greece in the Making: From Intention to Practicalities in Television Documentaries. A Conversation with
- Ancient Greece on British Television
- Fiona Hobden, Amanda Wrigley
- Edinburgh University Press
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