Australian Television: A Genealogy of Great Moments
This is the first book to present a history of Australian television in which the programs themselves are the main focus of attention. In addition to providing an invaluable and comprehensive archive of information for anybody interested in the history of the medium, the book raises important questions about the ways in which we think about television.
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A Genealogy of Great Moments
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