When citing a film, the film title is the main entry in the reference list. Use square brackets to indicate the media type. If information on the production company can’t be found, leave it out of the citation. If the film is available online always add URL and date of access.
Film title (Year) [media]. Director/Producer: Name. Production company’s place of headquarters: Production company’s name.
The wolf of Wall Street (2013) [film]. Director: Martin Scorsese. West Hollywood, California, USA: Red Granite Pictures.
Inside the mind of a master procrastinator (2016) [film]. Speaker: Tim Urban. Available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arj7oStGLkU. Accessed 1 June 2021.
In the film The wolf of Wall Street (2013) the main character …
According to Urban academic writing is… (In the head of an… 2016).
TV- and radio programmes, podcasts
When citing TV-programmes, radio-programmes or podcasts, the title is the main entry in the reference list. If the programme is part of a series, the series title is the main entry. Use square brackets to indicate the media type. If there is a named producer, editor, speaker etc., add this person’s name and role.
For TV- and radio programs the original broadcasting time is equivalent to year of publication. If the program is available online, always add URL and date of access.
Programme series (Year). Programme title [media]. Director/Producer/Speaker: name. Distributor: time of distribution. Available from: URL. Date of access.
The Introvert entrepreneur (Year). Katie Rasoul on revealing your hidden brilliance [podcast]. Producer: Beth Buelow: 23 August 2018. Available from: https://theintrovertentrepreneur.com/2018/08/23/ep171-katie-rasoul-hidden-brilliance/. Accessed 1 June 2021
Click (2021). How tech could change how we shop in the future [TV-programme]. Editor: Lara Lewington. BBC World News 18.5.2021. Available from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p09hlvn0. Accessed 1 June 2021
BBC World business report (2014). Wall Street update 03 Oct 14 [podcast]. Producer: BBC. 3.10.2014. Available from: http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/wbnews. Accessed 7 October 2014.
Planet money (2014). Minecraft’s business model: a videogame that leaves you alone [podcast]. NPR. Editor: Steve Henn. 16.9.2014. Available from: http://www.npr.org/blogs/money/2014/09/16/348770036/minecrafts-business-model-a-video-game-that-leaves-you-alone. Accessed 7 October 2014.
… during september … (BBC World business report 3 October 2014).
The business model is … (Planet money 16 September 2014).
When your source is an audio-book this should be made clear in the reference list. The in-text reference is the same as when citing a printed book.
Clark, J. A. (2019). From zero to one million followers [audio recording]. Gloucester: Aprilis publishing LLC