#2: James McNamara reads 'The Golden Age of Television'

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The ABR Podcast

#2: James McNamara reads 'The Golden Age of Television'

Reviewed by
The ABR Podcast

In 2015 we published James McNamara's Ian Potter Foundation Fellowship essay 'The Golden Age of Television', that considers the ascendancy of television drama and its cultural significance. The article was the main feature in our inaugural Film and Television issue in April 2015. The ABR Podcast is available from iTunes and SoundCloud. You can also listen to episodes on our website.

 

Links

'The Golden Age of Television' published in the April 2015 issue of Australian Book Review.

About James McNamara.

The ABR Podcast on iTunes.

The ABR Podcast on SoundCloud.

Information about past Fellowships.

Acknowledgements

James McNamara: 'I am deeply grateful to The Ian Potter Foundation, AFTRS, Peter Rose, Amy Baillieu, David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, Ian Collie, Andy Ryan, Matthew Dabner, Nell Greenwood, Mike Jones, Steve Vidler, Chris Phillips, Matthew Campora, Rebecca McNamara, Ken McNamara, and Randall Fields.'

The theme music for this podcast is by David McCooey. David's website is www.davidmccooey.com and his début album Outside Broadcast is now available as a digital download. You can listen to more of his work on SoundCloud.

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