The Robbo vs Banksy ‘Graffiti Wars’ documentary for Channel 4, the first ever documentary to challenge the spurious myths propagated by the ‘Street Art Establishment’, has been nominated for a Royal Television Society award and is in the shortlist as one of the three best arts programmes on UK TV in 2011.
Robbo would be so damn proud!
Let’s hope he finds out the good news some day real soon.
Arena: Produced By George Martin – BBC/Grounded Productions for BBC Two
Graffiti Wars – TwoFour for Channel 4
The Impressionists – ZCZ Films for BBC Two
The Royal Television Society is Britain’s leading forum for television and related media. The RTS was granted its Royal title in 1966 and HRH The Prince of Wales became Patron of the Society in 1997. The RTS brings together people to exchange ideas, debate and explore key issues. The RTS Awards are an internationally recognised hallmark for quality and originality.
The Royal Television Society (RTS), Britain’s leading forum for television and related media, today announced the nominees for the RTS Programme Awards 2011.
Chaired by David Liddiment, the Awards honour excellence in key genres of television programming, from children’s fiction to comedy performance, history to soaps, covering both national and regional output. Held annually, the RTS Programme Awards aim to recognise the work of exceptional actors, presenters, writers and production teams, as well as celebrating the programmes themselves.
Massive congratulations are in order for Jane Preston and the team from Two Four….
It was a huge honour to have a voice and be part of your project
The Awards will be hosted by actor and comedian, Rob Brydon, at a ceremony on Tuesday 20 March at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
Good luck on the night guys.
Lets hope other enquiring minds ‘break from the herd’ and look beyond the ends of their noses!