BBC in crisis....

Seaton, J. 2014. BBC in crisis.... in: Mair, J., Tait, R. and Keeble, R.L. (ed.) Is the BBC in crisis? Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Abramis Academic Publishing.

Chapter titleBBC in crisis....
AuthorsSeaton, J.
EditorsMair, J., Tait, R. and Keeble, R.L.
Book titleIs the BBC in crisis?
Year2014
PublisherAbramis Academic Publishing
Place of publicationBury St Edmunds, Suffolk
ISBN9781845496210

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