Books

Guy Gaunt: the Boy from Ballarat who talked America into the Great War, Melbourne 2016, Arcadia/ Australian Scholarly Publishing.

They sang like kangaroos: Australia’s tinpot navy in the Great War, Melbourne 2012, Arcadia/ Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Slip-Up, Revel Barker Books 2008; e-version Endeavour Press 2011, Heinemann, Corgi: London; Quadrangle: New York 1978/1987

(televised 1988 by BBC-1 as Paper Chase).

Maxwell: a portrait of power, Bantam: London, 1988.

Empty Seats, Heinemann: London 1982.

The Case of the Manacled Mormon, Mirror Books: London 1979. Revel Barker Books 2009; e-version Endeavour Press 2011

Breathless Diversions, Heinemann: London; Harper & Rowe:  New York, 1973.

Chapters

Introduction to “How Journalism Uses History”, Journalism Practice, Vol 5:4, 2011

“The Tabloid Newspaper”, Encyclopedia of World Press, Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago (in press).

"British Journalists" in Weaver, D. (1998) The Global Journalist, University of Indiana [with Professor John Henningham].

 

Research papers

“Class awareness in the formation of British journalists, 1886 to the present”, AEJMC conference, Miami, August 2002.

“The Invention, Re-invention and Re-reinvention of the Tabloid Newspaper”, Institute of Contemporary History conference, A Century of the Popular Press, London 10.9.96.

“The newest New Journalism”, European Institute for Communication and Culture conference on The Future of Journalism, Piran, Slovenia 11.9.1996.

“The first draft of history—and the last: the earliest reports of a presidential assassination have survived years of scrutiny”, Association for Journalism Education conference, London, May 2000.

 

Monographs [ESRC funded research 1995-8]

The News Breed: British Journalists in the 1990s, London Institute, 1995.

Business and Pleasure, London Institute, 1997.

 

Journal articles

“Richard Stott, Newspaper Editor” Oxford Dictionary of National biography. 2011

Various book reviews, British Journalism Review 1998-2009.

Various book reviews, BBC History Magazine 2005-2008.

Various book reviews, Journalism Studies/Journalism Practice 2005-2010.

“France's shame comes out of the shadows”  BBC History Magazine, May 2009, pp.10.

“Different horses, different courses”, British Journalism Review Vol.19 No.4 2008.

“La Terre down under”  BBC History Magazine, January 2008, pp.38-42.

“The Empire Hikes Back” BBC History Magazine, April 2007, pp.52-57.

“America’s Devious Dream”, BBC History Magazine, November 2006, pp.21-24.

“Crisis in Caracas”, BBC History Magazine, January 2006, pp.30-33

“Occupiers and Occupied, BBC History Magazine, September 2005, pp.29-34

“Warriors of Zion”, BBC History Magazine, March 2005, pp.34-37

“Women Journalists in the New Millenium: where’s the difference?” Journalism Studies, 2003, vol 3, no 1.

“No sign of a better job: 100 years of British journalism”, Journalism Studies, 2001, vol 1, no 2, pp.261-272.

“The Battle for Provence 1944”, BBC History Magazine, September 2004, pp.42-45.

“The Day JFK Died”, BBC History Magazine, November 2003, pp.38-42.

“The Riddle of Erskine Childers”, BBC History Magazine, November 2003, pp.14-20.

“NCTJ: walking with dinosaurs?” Press Gazette Training Supplement, March 2002.

“Reasons for questioning”, Press Gazette 14.11.97:11.

“Do it yourself news”, British Journalism Review Vol.8 No.1 1997.

“The power of shorthand”, British Journalism Review Vol.8 No.2 1997.

“The newest New Journalism”, British Journalism Review Vol.7 No.2 1997.

“Ain’t nothing but a Love Hound”, Punch, Nov 23-29, 1996.

“A fin de siècle prediction”, British Journalism Review Vol.7 No.1 1996.

“Hacks: Read all about ‘em”, Media Guardian 16.10.95, pp. 14-15.

“Our Man in the Land of ‘Scoop’”, British Journalism Review Vol.5 No.4 1994.

“Will the modern British press man please stand up”, British Editor, Issue 8 Vol 3 1994.

“Talk about Journalism...? Sorry, no Comment”, British Journalism Review Vol.5 No.3 1994.

TV documentaries

Big City Metro, CASE: London 1989.

A Great Lady, MirrorVision: London 1984.

 

 

 

For the record.

Anthony Delano PhD (Westminster), MBus.Comm. (QUT)