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1. How to cite radio programmes in Harvard UoB format

In text citation:

Citing a direct quote from a radio programme heard on the radio

"Wind farms could contribute £45 million to the economy" (Today, 2013).

Paraphrasing from a radio programme heard on the radio

A new report claims that wind farms could benefit the UK economy by up to £45 million (Today, 2013).

Reference list:
The elements which should be included in your bibliography/reference lists are :

(i) Title of programme(in italics)

(ii) Year of transmission (in round brackets)

(iii) Name of radio station

(iv) Date of transmission (day/month)

Example:

Today (2013) BBC Radio 4, 12 July.


2. How to cite radio programmes heard on the Internet

In text citation:

Citing a Direct quote from a radio programme heard on the Internet

"Close attention was paid to the period details, such as the soldier's uniforms" (Front Row, 2012).

Paraphrasing from a radio programme heard on the Internet 

The costume department discussed how they paid close attention to the period details, such as the soldier's uniforms (Front Row, 2012).

Reference list:

The elements which should be included in your bibliography/reference lists are:

(i) Title of programme (in italics)

(ii) Year of original transmission (in round brackets)

(iii) Name of radio station

(iv) Day and month of original transmission

(v) Available at: URL

(vi) (Accessed: date)

Example:

Front Row (2012) BBC Radio 4, 16 September. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00khqtd (Accessed 31 July 2013)

University of Bedfordshire

A Guide to Referencing» Radio programmes