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UQ Harvard referencing style

The Harvard style is a generic author-date style for citing and referencing information used.

Television program

Elements of the citation:

Title of television program Year of recording, Format, Day and month broadcast, Name of broadcaster, Place of broadcast. 

Any special credits and other information that might be useful can be noted after the citation.

Reference type

Example

In-text  (Bryant, 2001)
Reference list

The Bryant medical hour 2001, television broadcast, 12 September, Public Broadcasting Service, Sydney, Australia. Written by B. Bryant.

EndNote

Audiovisual material

In Date field, add “12 September”.

Add “Television broadcast” to the Type field.

Episode from television series

Elements of the citation:

Title of television series episode Year of recording, Format, in Title of series, Publisher or broadcaster, Place of recording. 

Any special credits and other information that might be useful can be noted after the citation. 

Reference type

 Example

In-text 

(Say no more 1983)

In-text references should contain the title and year of production. 

Reference list Say no more 1983, television series episode, in M*A*S*H, 20th Century Fox Television, Los Angeles, California. Written by J. Rappaport, directed by C.S. Dubin, Executive Producer B. Metcalfe.
EndNote 

Book section

Include Writer's name and Director's name in Author field