Most popular Television soap operas books
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A history of each of the premises on the Street. Containing previously unpublished memorabilia, intricately reproduced on the page, plus hundreds of rarely seen archive photographs, this album provides a record of nearly 60 years of life on Britain's most famous street.
The official illustrated companion to ITV's Sanditon, Jane Austen's final incomplete novel airing on primetime TV this Autumn
This is the first comprehensive investigation of British television police series from 1955 to the present. It reveals how the popular genre has developed along stylistic, thematic and philosophical lines, simultaneously providing a socio-political history of British class, culture and gender. -- .
Explores the cultural, industrial, formal, and generic contexts of the television soap opera Dark Shadows as a precursor to today's popular gothic media franchises.
"Becoming Vampire" is an interdisciplinary exploration into how the figure of the vampire in the twenty-first century has been used to create and define difference. Focusing on the films Let Me In and Let the Right One In, the book explores the impact of the multifaceted character of the vampire on identity within contemporary Western culture.
Defying all the dark intrigue and neighbourhood squabbles, the people who live on the street maintain a close-knit community, supporting each other through the tough times and celebrating the good times. This book presents the complete story of Coronation Street, told in the form of a novel.