ISSN: 17597137
Online ISSN: 17597145
First published in 2010
3 Issues per volume
Volume 6 Issue 2
Cover Date: June 2015
Contents
Television screenwriting – continuity and change
Authors:  Eva N. Redvall And  John R. Cook 
Page Start: 131
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Judging authorship in divided cultural work: Broadcast series formats in mid-century idea law
Authors:  Josh Heuman 
Page Start: 137
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Guest and returning writers in American television drama series: The two Davids
Authors:  Tom Steward 
Page Start: 155
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Off goes the telly: Writer discourse on the Life on Mars franchise finales
Authors:  Christine Becker 
Page Start: 173
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Changing the way we think about character change in episodic television series
Authors:  Radha O’Meara 
Page Start: 189
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Jimmy McGovern through an ethical lens
Authors:  Steven Maras 
Page Start: 203
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An overview of the linguistics of screenwriting and its interdisciplinary connections, with special focus on dialogue in episodic television
Authors:  Monika Bednarek 
Page Start: 221
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Interview with Paul Abbott
Authors:  Beth Johnson 
Page Start: 239
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Interview with Russell T. Davies
Authors:  Line Langebek 
Page Start: 247
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Reviews
Authors:  Ian Christie And  Kath Dooley And  John Finnegan 
Page Start: 255
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