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Stephen Fry, Grayson Perry, Emilia Fox, Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan are just some of the celebrities who are to feature at this year’s South Bank Sky Arts Awards hosted by Melvyn Bragg.
The South Bank Sky Arts Awards have announced the 2015 nominees, which recognise the best of the best across all genres of the Arts including Dance, Opera, Comedy, TV Drama, Literature, Classical Music, Pop, Film, Visual Art and Theatre.
Few festivals can boast a line up that features a former deputy leader of the Labour party, some original punk bad boys, an internationally acclaimed subversive singing sensation, visual art from some of the best known artists in world art history and a world-famous scientist in discussion with one of TV and radio’s most recognisable names. But Holt Festival in North Norfolk can.
The South Bank Show returns to Sky Arts this May with six brand new episodes, as well as The South Bank Show Originals – thirty reversioned episodes which will bring some of the best of the most high profile arts documentary series in the world back onto television, with added contemporary contributions.
Jude Law, Darcey Bussell, Paul Abbott, Lenny Henry, Lady Antonia Fraser, Gavin Turk and Danielle De Niese are among the names confirmed to present awards at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards.
Sky Arts is to air re-worked classic episodes of London Weekend Television’s The South Bank Show.
Following last week’s announcement by Channel 4 that they are to boost their arts programming, today the BBC revealed their plans for more arts output on their second channel.
Tonight The South Bank Show meets with acclaimed stage and screen writer David Hare as he gives his first major TV interview in 30 years.