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Format for in-text citation

In-text citation example

In preparing for her interview with Meg Mac (Roots ‘N All 2018) …

Joel Carnegie (2018) prepares by…

Format for reference list

Elements, punctuation & capitalisation

Title. Year. "Title of segment." Presenter. Aired date, on Network.


Title. Year. Interview subject, interview by Host. Date of publication or access, URL.

Reference list example

Music in Time. 2018. "Federation." Joel Carnegie. Aired November 26, 2018. ABC Classic FM.


Roots 'N All. 2018.  Meg Mac, interview by Nkechi Anele. April 16, 2018.

Style notes for this reference type

  • See Manual 14.261 and 14.265. See also Turabian
  • The order of the citation elements may depend on the nature of the resource and on what the focus of the citation is (i.e. you may cite the host's name first if their work is your primary focus).
  • Any facts relevant to identifying the item should be included (i.e. additional writers, actors, producers). See above links for examples.
  • Segment titles should appear in quotation marks. Names of interview subjects should just appear in roman text.
  • Reference list entries are usually listed by title (see Turabian
  • For recordings accessed online, if there is no date of production or broadcast provided, you should include an access date prior to the URL (Manual 14.12).

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