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David Vaughan

img_0465-1-1.jpgDavid Vaughan is a writer, broadcaster, journalist and university lecturer, who teaches in the BA (Hons) Communications and Media Studies programme at Prague College. 

He is author of “Battle for the Airwaves” (2008) on the role of the media in the run-up to WWII, and of the documentary novel 'Slyšte můj hlas' (2014), which won the Czech Book Prize readers’ award in 2015. The English edition, 'Hear My Voice', was published in 2018.

For eight years he was editor-in-chief of Radio Prague, the international service of Czech Radio, and previously he was the Prague correspondent of the BBC, travelling widely in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Ukraine. 

David has won national and international awards for his work in radio journalism. He studied Modern Languages at Balliol College, Oxford. He is married with two children.


Associate Lecturer

Faculty or Department

School of Media & IT


MA, Balliol College, Oxford


Book Review: Radio propaganda and 1938