In the latest episode of our Voices podcast series, Christian Olesen discusses with Scott Rodgers the kinds of environments and atmospheres made possible in and through film sound, and the broader practices, politics, and ethics of sonic appropriation.
Kat Pearson considers the role of television in Coventry's year as UK City of Culture, from BBC programming to local events that enabled residents to engage with the city's history through the TV archives.
How is historic Istanbul recreated for the screen? Drawing on interviews with local media professionals, Ipek Celik Rappas considers the challenges of filming heritage television series in a rapidly changing city.
Kim Wilkins examines spectacular yet familiar scenes of Berlin nightclubs in serial television, arguing that they draw on the city's history of hedonism to promote its present-day image as a nightlife capital.