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APSA Radio Show (Podcast) citation in APSA format

Do you want to cite a podcast APSA style? Creating a bibliography is not an easy task, and it can take a while to understand how to do it correctly. But when you have a deadline looming, now is not the time to learn. The best thing that you can do is use the podcast aspa citation generator at kingcitation. This is free to use and will only take one minute.

How to Cite a Podcast APSA Style

A radio show can be a fantastic source of information for your project. The great thing about our podcast aspa citation generator is that it is quick and simple. All you have to do is enter the information about your source into the boxes. When you hit the generate citation button, the right structure and format are created to enter into your bibliography. This includes filling in the corporate author, broadcast year, episode title, publication month and day, URL and date of access. All of these details are easy to find.

An Example of APSA Citations for a Radio Show

If you are using the podcast aspa citation generator for the first time, you may be curious about what your reference will look like. Well, it follows the rules for APSA style, and it is going to make sure that your bibliography is correct for your deadline. For example, if you want to use the radio show on BBC Radio 4, which is called ‘University Unchallenged’, the reference will look like this:

BBC Radio 4. 2018. “University Unchallenged.” November Wednesday. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00013p7 (25 March 2019).