Television and New Broadcasting Media BA(Hons): Who teaches this course
About the faculty and staff
Find out more here about the Faculty or School where you will be taught and about some of the key teaching staff for this course.
A team of well-qualified staff from the School of Performance and Screen Studies teaches this course, including:
Dr Ian Smith teaches the core first year TV studies modules On the Box, Watch Carefully and TV Times. In the second year he teaches Investigating Television, What's So Funny and Watching the Detectives, and in the final year he teaches We Are The Champions: Sport and Broadcasting.
Fleeta Chew Siegel is a film maker who teaches across the range of the TV studies practical modules, Live and Direct in the first year, Streaming the Media in the second year, and Web TV in the third year.
Dr Matt Melia teaches both in film and in the TV Studies degree programme. He teaches the core first year Approaches to Cinema I and II modules in film, and in TV he teaches on TV Times and Watch Carefully. In the second year he teaches The Light Programme in TV and in the third year he teaches Watch the Skies: Science Fiction Film and TV across film and TV, as well as Advanced Independent Research and Days of Hope in TV, and Cult Film. He also teaches on the Film Studies MA.
Matt is currently researching issues of space, politics and identity in 1950s and 1960s British television comedy and Science Fiction. His own PhD research focused on issues of architecture, cruelty, space and modernity in post-war French drama and writing (specifically Antonin Artaud, Jean Genet and Samuel Beckett).