Über den Autor
Dr Maggie Andrews is a Senior Lecturer in Popular and Modern History at Staffordshire University, UK with over twenty years of experience in teaching History, Cultural Studies and Media Studies.
Introduction; 1. Domesticity and Broadcasting in the inter-War Period; 2. Early Domestic Goddesses; 3. The Gardener and the Chef: Broadcasting Celebrities 1930s style; 4. Domesticity under Fire; 5. From Austerity to Consumer Wonderland; 6. Broadening Domestic Realities: Soaps, Documentaries, and Working Class Domesticities; 7. Contesting the Domestic: Chat Shows, Lifestyle and Ethics; 8. Domesticating the Public Sphere in the Era of Digital Revolution; 9. Idealised Domesticities; Afterword: An Uncertain Future.
An exploration of how the domestic reception of broadcasting shaped the medium, from the 1920s to the present day.