The South Bank Show

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The South Bank Show is a British television arts magazine show. It was originally produced by London Weekend Television and broadcast on ITV between 1978 and 2010. A new version of the series began on Sky Arts from 27 May 2012. read more

The South Bank Show is a British television arts magazine show. It was originally produced by London Weekend Television and broadcast on ITV between 1978 and 2010. A new version of the series began on Sky Arts from 27 May 2012. Conceived, written and presented by former BBC arts broadcaster Melvyn Bragg, the show aims to bring both high art and popular culture to a mass audience.

Original Release

01/14/1978

Directors

Susan Shaw, Susan Shaw, Nigel Wattis, Archie Powell, Tony Knox, Gillian Greenwood, Robert Bee, Alan Benson, Don Featherstone, Daniel Wiles, Suzannah Wander, Matthew Tucker, Tony Palmer, John Read, Jack Bond, David Thomas, Mathew Tucker, David Hinton, Aurora Gunn, James Norton, Gerald Fox, Naomi Wright, Andy Harries, Lucy Allen, Geoff Dunlop, Chris Hunt, Jonathan Levi, Frances Dickenson, Margy Kinmonth, Adrián Ortiz Maciel, Christopher Walker, Ken Russell, Steve Jenkins, Tom McGuinness, Kim Evans, Andrey Nekrasov, Michael Gill, Stephen MacLean, Jess Adams, Navin Thapar, David Bailey, John Mapplebeck, George Martin, John Carlaw, Andrew Snell, Ros Edwards, Leo Burley, Melissa Raimes, Philip Draycott, Claire Brydon, Christopher Walker, Jill Marshall, John Jeremy, Bryan Izzard, Ghasem Ebrahimian, Les Young, Paul Hudson, Rebecca Frayn, Ken Howard, Sarah Wason, Paul Tickell, James Norton, Derek Bailey, Barnaby Thompson, John Bulmer, Michael Blythe, Oren Jacoby

Writers

Melvyn Bragg, Jack Bond, Trevor Nunn, Nigel Wattis, David Hinton, John Jeremy, Ewa Radwanska, Frances Dickenson, Irvine Welsh, Patricia Highsmith, Ghasem Ebrahimian, Derek Bailey

Editors

Melvyn Bragg, Tim Pearce, Andreas Törner, Tony Webb, Nikki Clemens, Julian Caidan, Marcus Thompson, Frank Webb, Marc Eskenazi, Stuart Davidson, Gordon Mason, Trevor Batt, Jonathan Cooke, Vincent Narduzzo, John Street, Mark Manning, Nicola Clemens, Richard Fretwell, Derek Young, Daniel Stewart, Nigel Ashcroft, Duncan Taylor, Mel Roberts, Nick Robbins, Terry Bennell, Gordon Burton, Martin Sage, Miranda Watts, James Hay, Martin Cooper, Jane Greenwood, Emma Matthews, James Harrod, Nicholas Beauman, Xavier Russell, Chris Lakeman, Steve Miller, Sam McHugh, Matt Seccull, Sean Mackenzie, Tony Palmer, David Fairhead, Mel Morpeth, Chris Wyatt, Cliff West, Catherine Arend, Ian Pitch, Brian Freemantle, Arthur Bennett

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