The instructions in this section concern references to audiovisual works that are part of a series, e.g. a TV or podcast series. If the work has been accessed online, include the URL of the website.
Do not forget to consult the general instructions on how to write references according to APA (7th edition), including
Creator, A. A. (Role), Creator, B. B. (Role), & Creator, C. C. (Role). (YYYY, Month DD). Title of episode (Season #, Episode #) [Description]. In C. C. Creator (Role), Title of series. Publisher. URL
Creator, A. A. (Role), Creator, B. B. (Role), & Creator, C. C. (Role). (YYYY, Month DD). Title of episode (No. #) [Description]. In Title of podcast. Publisher. URL
|Parenthetical citation||Narrative citation|
|(Attenborough & Lucas, 1995)||Attenborough and Lucas (1995) showcase this in their TV series...|
|(Crespi, 2019)||In an episode of the Science Podcast, Crespi (2019) interviewed...|
Attenborough, D. (Writer), & Lucas, N. (Director). (1995, February 1). The social struggle (Season 1, Episode 4) [TV series episode]. In M. Salisbury (Executive producer), The private life of plants. BBC Natural History Unit; Turner Broadcasting System.
Crespi, S. (Host). (2019, November 14). How to make an Arctic ship ‘vanish,’ and how fast-moving spikes are heating the Sun’s atmosphere [Audio podcast]. In Science podcasts. Science. https://www.sciencemag.org/podcast/how-make-arctic-ship-vanish-and-how-fast-moving-spikes-are-heating-sun-s-atmosphere