Ieuan Franklin

Ieuan Franklin

  • ifranklin at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
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Journal Articles

  • Franklin, I., 2017. BBC2 and World Cinema. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 14 (3), 344-360.
  • Franklin, I., 2017. Introduction: Background, Context and the New Left. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 14 (3), 259-263.
  • Franklin, I., 2016. Visions of Change – The Evolution of the British TV Documentary. Viewfinder.
  • Franklin, I., 2016. Marc Karlin: Look Again. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 13 (2), 331-333.
  • Franklin, I., 2015. Television and British Cinema: Convergence and Divergence. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 12 (3), 417-420.
  • Franklin, I., 2015. Amateur Film: Meaning and Practice, 1927-77. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 12 (1), 135-138.
  • Franklin, I., 2014. Roadblocks and Roads Not Taken: Fords on Water (1983), Coast to Coast (1987) and the British Bi-racial Buddy-Road Movie. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 11 (4), 440-458.
  • Franklin, I., 2014. Documenting the Social and Historical Margins in the Films of Philip Donnellan. La Revue LISA, 12 (1).
  • Franklin, I.M., 2013. Interview Dossier. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 33 (3), 454-474.
  • Franklin, I., 2013. SEX, YOUTH & VIDEOTAPE: TURN IT UP AND THE STRUGGLE TO BE HEARD. HISTORICAL JOURNAL OF FILM RADIO AND TELEVISION, 33 (3), 396-417.
  • Franklin, 2009. Rambling House and The Barrelman: Folklore and Audience Participation in Radio Broadcasting in Ireland and Newfoundland. Ktaqamkuk/Across the Water: Irish Journal of Newfoundland and Labrador Research, 1 (1), 13-32.

Books

  • Regional Aesthetics Mapping UK Media Cultures. Palgrave Macmillan.

Chapters

  • Franklin, I., 2019. Broadcasting Yourself before YouTube: Artists, Activists and Alternative Media. In: Newsinger, J., Wayne, M. and Presence, S., eds. The Radical Film Handbook: Organisation, Activism and the Moving Image. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Franklin, I., 2018. oUtside mUte? Ut, No Wave and Blast First. In: Beaven, Z., O'Dair, M. and Osborne, R., eds. 40 Years of Mute Records: through Depeche Mode, Nick Cave, New Order and more. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Franklin, I., 2015. A Region in Microcosm: Brandon Acton-Bond’s Post-War BBC Radio Features. In: Franklin, I., Chignell, H. and Skoog, B., eds. Regional Aesthetics: Mapping UK Media Cultures. Palgrave.
  • Jackson, D., Alexander, J., Thorsen, E. and Savigny, H., 2015. Introduction. 1-12.
  • Franklin, I., 2014. Talking liberties: Framed Youth, community video and channel 4‘s remit in action. Queer Youth and Media Cultures. 115-130.
  • Franklin, 2013. Think-Tape: The Aesthetics of Montage in the Post-War Television Documentary. In: Jacobs, J. and Peacock, S., eds. Television Aesthetics and Style. London: Bloosmbury.
  • Franklin, 2011. Earwitness Accounts : Secondary Orality and Street Radio. In: Smits, R., Smite, R. and Medosch, A., eds. Networks and Sustainability. Riga, Latvia: RIXC, MPLab, 75-91.

Reports

Qualifications

  • PGCE in Postgraduate Certificate in Education Practice (Bournemouth University, 2017)
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