- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
1A little Brit different? BBC America and transnational constructs of Britishness
3Reframing the 1950s: race and representation in recent British television
4Black British drama, losses and gains: the case of Shoot the Messenger
5The iconic ghetto on British television: Black representation and Top Boy
6Imperial fictions: Doctor Who, post-racial slavery and other liberal humanist fantasies
7Myth of a multicultural England in BBC’s Luther
8Framing The Fosters: jokes, racism and Black and Asian voices in British comedy television
- Selected bibliography
- Adjusting the Contrast
- Sarita Malik, Darrell M. Newton
- Manchester University Press
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