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APA - Referencing Guide

Podcasts

Format

Standard format for citation

Artist, A. A. (Credit), & Artist, B. B. (Credit). (Year of copyright, Date of recording). Title of episode. Title of Programme: Subtitle [format]. Place of recording: Publisher. (Year of recording if different from year of copyright).  Retrieved from internet address

Examples

Podcast

Robertson, R. (Speaker). (2010). Leadership at the bottom of the earth…where no one hears you scream, 2010 Sir Walter Murdoch lecture [Podcast]. Murdoch, WA: Murdoch University. Retrieved from https://lectures.murdoch.edu.au/lectopia/lectopia.lasso?ut=1369&id=71101

Podcast lecture from LMS

Hill, D. (Speaker). (2012, April 4). Australian media representation of Asia [Podcast lecture]. In Australia in Asia (FDN 110). Murdoch, WA: Murdoch University. Retrieved from https://lectures.murdoch.edu.au/lectopia/casterframe.lasso?fid=375705&cnt=true&usr=S940025F&name=not-indicated

Podcast radio programme

Gary, S. (Presenter). (2007, December 23). Black hole death ray. StarStuff [Podcast radio programme]. Sydney, NSW: ABC News Radio. Retrieved from http://abc.net.au/newsradio/podcast/STARSTUFF.xml

Podcast television programme

Brown, W. (Presenter)., Brodie, K. (Presenter)., & George, P. (Producer). (2007, June 4). From Lake Baikal to the halfway mark, Yekaterinburg. Peking to Paris: Episode 3 [Podcast television programme]. Sydney, NSW: ABC Television. Retrieved from http://www.abc.net.au/tv/pekingtoparis/podcast/pekingtoparis.xml