Referencing: Television

TV Broadcast

As Television broadcasts are the production of a collection of individuals, they should be cited using the title of the broadcast first. For programmes within a series, the episode should also be indicated after the series title.   

Format:  
Series title – in italics. Number and/or title of the episode – if needed. (Year of distribution – in brackets). Transmitting organisation and channel, full date and time of transmission.    

Bibliography example:  
Panorama. The Challenge of the Sixties. (2008). BBC4. Thursday 15th May. 17:45.  

In-text citation example 
If you refer to a television broadcast in the body of your work, the title will need to be placed in italics: 
(Panorama, The Challenge of the Sixties, 2008).  
…as examined in Panorama’s The Challenge of the Sixties (2008).

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TV Episode - Streaming

Format:  
Title of episode (Year of first transmission). Title of programme / series Series and episode numbers ​[type of audio-visual material in square brackets] Available from homepage of channel/ database: Netflix, Amazon, Hulu etc. [accessed: date you watched it] 

Bibliography example:  
Waldorf salad (1979). Fawlty Towers Series 2, episode 3, [Video file] Available from http://www.netflix.com [accessed: 5 March 2018] 

In-text citation example 
Basil Fawlty displayed characteristic contempt for an American visitor to his hotel (Waldorf salad, 1979). 

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TV Episode - DVD

Format:  
Episode (Year of release). Title of program, [type of recording], Place of distribution: Production Company OR Distributor. 

Bibliography example:  
Blackwater (2012). Game of thrones: the complete second season, [DVD] HBO. 

The deadly attachment (2007). Dad’s Army: the complete collection [DVD] London: BBC2entertain. 

In-text citation example 
In season two’s penultimate episode ‘Blackwater’ (2012), the… 

‘Don’t tell him Pike!’ (The deadly attachment, 2007). 

Captain Mainwaring advised Private Pike not to divulge his identity in arguably one of the most famous scenes from Dad’s Army (The deadly attachment, 2007).

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