Is music policed and controlled?

October 2008

All areas, theatre

The Taliban may rip tape from cassettes and smash radios – but other ways of controlling what we listen to are far more subtle – from copyright to BBC playlists – and this interesting article, which profiles the work of musician and academic Richard Witts, looks at how sound and music are controlled

And for a look at the history of censorship in the theatre including recent cases see ‘A Disgusting Feast of Filth?’

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