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OSCOLA referencing guide (Online): TV & Radio

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TV Programmes

To reference information from a TV programme, you should include the name of the speaker (if a direct quote and the title of the programme, followed by the names of the TV station and the broadcast date in brackets. If you have an online link you can then add the URL and the date of access.

Example: Peter Wildeblood, 'against the Law' (BBC Two, 26 July 2017) <www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p057nmkt> accessed 6 August 2017

There is no change in format between a footnote reference and a bibliography entry.

Radio Programme

To reference information from a radio broadcast, you should include the name of the speaker (if a direct quote) and the title of the programme. This is followed by the radio station and the broadcast date in brackets. If there's not an obvious speaker, just start with the title of the programme. If the programme is available online, include the URL and date of access.

Example: Simon Tonking, 'Jury Trial' (BBC radio 4, 1 May 2010) <www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b))s3gq> acccessed 15 february 2013.

There is no change in format between a footnote reference and a bibliography entry.