Nominees Announced For South Bank Show Arts Awards

The South Bank Sky Arts Awards – the first and only awards ceremony to celebrate every genre of the arts, including Dance, Theatre, Pop, TV Drama, Film, Classical Music, Literature, Opera, Comedy and Visual Art – returns on Sunday 10 July. The ceremony, presented by Melvyn Bragg, will take place at The Savoy Hotel and will air on Wednesday 13 July at 10pm on Sky Arts, the UK’s only free-to-air TV channel dedicated to arts, music and culture.


Starstruck, Brassic, Jerk, Meet The Richardsons, Ladhood, Stand Up Sketch Show Up For Awards

Starstruck, Brassic, Jerk, Meet The Richardsons, Ladhood and The Stand Up Sketch Show are nominated for Best Comedy Programme in the Broadcast Digital Awards.

Meet The Richardson is also nominated in another category, Gamechanger Programme of the Year, alongside Annika, Expedition with Steve Blackshall, The Daily Climate Show, The Hundred and Royal Bastard: Rise of the Tudors.

Nigel Ng's East Mode, Zen School of Motoring and Lucy Pearman's Please Help are nominated in the Best Short Form Scripted Category.


Review: Starstruck, BBC Three

Typical. You wait ages for a series called Starstruck and then two come along in the same week. On Saturday Jason Manford hosts a new ITV entertainment show which has been described as a rebooted Stars In Their Eyes, but first comes Rose Matafeo's winning romcom sitcom – and Matafeo definitely came first, this is the second series.


Broadcast Date For Second Series Of Starstruck

The critically-acclaimed international hit romcom Starstruck, created by, written by, and starring Edinburgh Comedy Award winning comedian Rose Matafeo, returns to our screens with its highly anticipated second series on BBC Three’s new broadcast channel at 10pm on Monday 7th February, with the entire box set released on BBC iPlayerSeries one was streamed almost 5 million times on BBC iPlayer,


News: Cast Announced For Rose Matafeo Sitcom

The cast has been announced for the brand new 6-part romcom Starstruck, created, written by and starring Edinburgh Comedy Award winning comedian, writer and actor Rose Matafeo (Baby Done, Taskmaster). It is set to air later this year on BBC Three and BBC One in the UK, HBO Max in the USA, ABC in Australia, and TVNZ in New Zealand.


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