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MHRA referencing guide (Full): Radio Programme

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A Radio Programme

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Broadcast

(radio, live stream, etc.)

(first mention)

‘MPs Vote on Brexit Bill’, The World Tonight, BBC Radio 4, 11 September 2017, 22:00.

(subsequent mentions)

MPs Vote 

‘MPs Vote on Brexit Bill’, The World Tonight, BBC Radio

4, 11 September 2017, 22:00

Recorded

(audiocassette, CD, MP3, etc.)

OR

online archive (i.e. database, on-demand service, podcast, etc.)

‘MPs Vote on Brexit Bill’, The World Tonight, BBC Radio 4, 11 September 2017, online sound recording, BBC iPlayer Radio,<https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0930zj9>  [accessed 15 September 2017].

OR

‘MPs Vote on Brexit Bill’, The World Tonight, BBC Radio 4, 11 September 2017, podcast, BBC iPlayer Radio,<https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qtl3/episodes/downloads>  [accessed 17 September 2017]. 

‘MPs Vote on Brexit Bill’, The World Tonight, BBC Radio

4, 11 September 2017, online sound recording, BBC iPlayer Radio, <https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/> accessed 15 September 2017]

OR ‘

 MPs Vote on Brexit Bill’, The World Tonight,

BBC Radio 4, 11 September 2017, podcast, BBC iPlayer Radio, <https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/downloads  [accessed 17 September 2017] 

Checklist
  • In single inverted commas, Title of Episode followed by a comma
  • In italics, Title of Series/Programme followed by a comma
  • Name of Radio Channel followed by a comma
  • Date of Broadcast followed by a comma
  • Time of Broadcast (if relevant) followed by a full stop.

If recorded:

  • Type of Source followed by a comma
  • Title of Website followed by a comma
  • If available, Date Published/Uploaded followed by a comma
 

 

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