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Acknowledgments.- Notes on Contributors.- Introduction: Why Bother? - James Leggott.- 1. Beyond Our Ken: Chris and Armando, Janet and John, and The Road To On the Hour - Ian Greaves.- 2. Rockarama Newsbanana: Chris Morris - Misbehaviour in Music Radio - Justin Lewis.- 3. Mocking the News: The Day Today and Brass Eye as Mockumentary News Satire - Craig Hight.- 4. 'Only This Can Make it a News': The Language of News Media - Dan North.- 5. Reporting the 'illegalisation of cake': Moral Panics and Brass Eye - Jeremy Collins.- 6. 'Complaints Were Received': Morris, Comedy, and Broadcasting in Context - Brett Mills.- 7. 'Handling' The Darkness: Chris Morris as Cultural Capital - Sam Friedman.- 8. 'Bashed Be Biff By All With Ears': Blue Jam and the Radio - Robert Dean and Richard J. Hand.- 9. Lost in Techno Trance: Dance Culture, Drugs and the Digital Image in Jam - Jamie Sexton.- 10. I remain, sir, Disgusted of America. 'Morriucci' and 9/11: 'An Absolute Atrocity Special' - David Walton.- 11. 'Well Futile': Nathan Barley and Post-Ironic Culture - Adam Whybray.- 12. 'Dad's Army Side to Terrorism': Chris Morris, Four Lions and Jihad Comedy - Sharon Lockyer.- 13. 'I don't wanna be dead! There's no future in it!': The US and UK critical reception of Four Lions - Russ Hunter.- 14. The helium of publicity: mass-mediated 'terrierism' - David Rolinson.- Appendix: List of Morris Works.- Index.
JAMES LEGGOTT is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies at the University of Northumbria. He is the author ofContemporary British Cinema: From Heritage to Horror (2008) and co-editor of British Science Fiction Cinema and Television: Critical Essays (2011).JAMIE SEXTON is Senior Lecturer in Film and Television at the University of Northumbria. He has written on topics includingBritish avant-garde film-making, experimental British television and independent cinema. He co-edits (with Ernest Mathijs) the bookseries Cultographies.