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" is no more than a reflection of the values of the narrow elite which controls it and has always thought that its tastes are synonymous with quality.'10 British TV, he said, was 'obsessed with class', tended to 'hark back to the past' and was dominated... "
Switching to Digital Television: UK Public Policy and the Market - 25. lappuse
autors: Michael Starks - 2007 - 251 lapas
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Sharper Vision: The BBC & the Communications Revolution

Ian Hargreaves - 1993 - 66 lapas
...quality and popular programmes. He said: Much of what passes for quality on British television really is no more than a reflection of the values of the narrow elite which controls it and which has always thought that its tastes are synonymous with quality. What became of this assault?...
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Equity and Excellence in the Public Library: Why Ignorance is Not Our Heritage

Bob Usherwood - 2007 - 227 lapas
...example, he told an Edinburgh audience, 'Much of what passes for quality on British television is really no more than a reflection of the values of the narrow elite which controls it' (1989). Dennis Potter in his marvellous 1993 MacTaggart lecture spoke for many when he told his audience...
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