Books in category Performing Arts – Radio

  • Ain t that a Knee slapper

    Ain’t that a Knee-slapper
    Tim Hollis

    A hee-hawing history of comedic performers from the golden age of radio through "The Dukes of Hazzard"

  • The Listener s Voice

    The Listener’s Voice
    Elena Razlogova

    This book presents the story of how the listening public—including boxing fans, radio amateurs, down-and-out laborers, small-town housewives, black government clerks in Washington, D.C., and Mexican farmers in Oklahoma—participated in …

  • War of the Black Heavens

    War of the Black Heavens
    Michael Nelson

    Based on first-hand interviews and documents from the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party, Michael Nelson shows that Western radio – principally, the British Broadcasting Corporation, Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty, and the …

  • Un giorno da pecora

    Un giorno da pecora
    Claudio Sabelli Fioretti, Giorgio Lauro

    Il libro ufficiale di UN GIORNO DA PECORA, il talk show più irriverente della radio.

  • What I Learnt

    What I Learnt
    Jeremy Vine

    'Full of glorious examples of caller wisdom [with] laugh-out-loud anecdotes' Sunday Telegraph Jeremy Vine has been presenting his BBC Radio 2 show since 2003 – it now attracts more than seven million listeners.

  • Music Sound and Technology in America

    Music, Sound, and Technology in America
    Timothy D. Taylor, Mark Katz, Tony Grajeda

    This reader collects primary documents on the phonograph, cinema, and radio before WWII to show how Americans slowly came to grips with the idea of recorded and mediated sound.

  • Tra pubblico e privato

    Tra pubblico e privato
    Guido Gola

    Questo volume offre una narrazione delle tappe più significative che hanno contrassegnato la vita ultracentenaria della radiofonia nel nostro Paese.Una vicenda affascinante, complessa, solitamente poco conosciuta.

  • Lost Sound

    Lost Sound
    Jeff Porter

    From Archibald MacLeish to David Sedaris, radio storytelling has long borrowed from the world of literature, yet the narrative radio work of well-known writers and others is a story that has not been told before.

  • Keith s Radio Station

    Keith’s Radio Station
    John Allen Hendricks, Bruce Mims

    New to this edition: New and updated essays from industry leaders discussing how radio is evolving in an era of rapidly changing technology A thorough examination of Internet radio, online music services, and mobile listening devices An …

  • Let s Be Heard

    Let’s Be Heard
    Robert Grant, Bob Grant

    The founder of the conservative radio talk-show movement speaks his mind on a wide range of controversial issues, such as race, religion, welfare, abortion, healthcare reform, and women's rights

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