ISSUE: VOLUME 1.02 SUMMER 1972
TV coverage of Northern Ireland

The unhappy province of Northern Ireland

Ever since the problems of the unhappy province of Northern Ireland returned to the front pages of British and foreign newspapers in the middle of 1969, they have presented a fascinating challenge to the prevailing notions of what constitutes a proper degree of control of the content of the broadcasting media. Broadcasting is the only instrument of social communication that is wedded inextricably to an ideology as well as a function of its own. In this issue, Index investigates tensions between broadcasters and authorities in Northern Ireland.

with Anthony Smith

Czechoslovakia: Peter Payne

Spain & Portugal: Alberto A. de Carvalho, A. Monteiro Cardoso

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