Next Episode of The South Bank Show Originals is
Sky Arts brings some of the most famous episodes of The South Bank Show back to television with added footage and extra interviews and contributors.
A look back at Melvyn Bragg's insightful interview with the celebrated German-British artist in a classic episode of The South Bank Show.
Melvyn Bragg revisits an old episode featuring Jonathan Miller, following him during his preparations for his production of The Marriage of Figaro for English National Opera.
Melvyn Bragg revisits a 1979 edition featuring artist Beryl Cook, capturing her a time when her paintings were being brought to the attention of the general public.
Melvyn Bragg reflects on his 1980 meeting with American playwright Arthur Miller, who talks about the poverty he encountered during his childhood in his native Harlem.
Melvyn Braggs reflects on a classic episode of the South Bank Show exploring boogie woogie, a 19th-century piano style with contemporary influences.
Melvyn Bragg revisits a 1990 profile of American novelist John Updike, who talked about the four Rabbit novels he wrote over a 40-year period.
Melvyn Bragg looks back at his time with Jimmy McGovern, the screenwriter and producer who created the shows The Street and The Accused.
Melvyn Bragg reflects on a classic South Bank Show episode featuring author and playwright Fay Weldon.
Looks like something went completely wrong!
But don't worry - it can happen to the best of us,
- and it just happened to you.
Please try again later or contact us.