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Darrell M. Newton

Commission was important in providing a voice for West Indians, included recruitment efforts at the BBC for African-Caribbean employees, much to the dismay of the dominant press. Their participation led to cultural affairs programming such as the self-referential Open Door documentary series (BBC, 1973–76), Skin (BBC, 1979), the Black and White Media Show (BBC, 1986) and the Black Britain news-magazine series (BBC, 1995–2000). Also discussed are critical perspectives from both the mainstream and minority presses, and various contemporary university studies on race and

in Paving the empire road
Mark Bould

of ‘inorganic intellectuals’ 41 terrified of capitalism's imminent demise in the face of socialism, anti-colonial struggle and the ‘long down-turn’ of late capitalism, 42 rather than depicting it as a fully formed counterrevolution that sprang into existence and transformed everything with the 1978–80 ascendances of Deng Xiaoping, Thatcher and Reagan. Then, noting the tendency for writers such as Brown and Giroux to focus on the contemporary university as a key site for the production of the neoliberal subjectivity they decry, McClanahan historicises human

in The films of Costa-Gavras