Griff Rhys Jones: Work in progress11th April 2016
Catch Griff Rhys Jones at Cutty Sark Studio Theatre, Tuesday 12th April 19.45–21.30 Griff Rhys Jones shares stories and anecdotes from his career with his much missed comedy partner Mel Smith. A ramble through a relationship, join Griff Rhys Jones as he airs some thoughts, reminiscences, and half-remembered events. Join him on this work in progress,…
Rivers with Griff Rhys Jones repeated on BBC2
11th March 2016
Our Rivers with Griff Rhys Jones series is to be repeated on BBC2. Episode 1 will be on Wednesday 23rd March at 15:15, Episode 2 on Thursday 24thMarch at 15:15, and Episode 3 on Friday 25th March at 15:15. In this hugely successful series, Griff sets out with his trusted companion, Cadbury the dog, to explore how rivers have…
Britain’s Lost Routes repeated on BBC2
1st March 2016
Our Britain’s Lost Routes series with Griff Rhys Jones is to be repeated on BBC2. Episode 1: Royal Progress will be on Wednesday 16th March at 15:45, Episode 2: Thames Barge on Thursday 17th March at 15:55, Episode 3: Drovers on Friday 18th March at 15:55, and Episode 4: Pilgrims on Monday 21st March at 15:15.
Hidden Killers repeated on the Yesterday channel
26th January 2016
Our Hidden Killers series with Dr Suzannah Lipscomb is currently being repeated on the Yesterday channel on Tuesdays at 22:00, and Wednesdays 13:00 and 20:00. Catch it on Freeview Channel 19, Sky Channel 537 and Virgin Media Channel 24.
Griff’s Great Britain a hit with ITV viewers, 8×30’ ITV1 Mondays at 8pm
26th January 2016
Following the success of A Great Welsh Adventure, Griff Rhys Jones returns to ITV with his brand new series Griff’s Great Britain, which airs every Monday at 8pm on ITV1. Griff sets out on a typically intrepid series of explorations in eight disparate kinds of quintessentially British terrain, from Downs to Highlands, Coasts to Wolds…
The Quizeum series two starts on BBC 4 on November 2nd
3rd October 2015
THE QUIZEUM – Series Two Mondays, 8.30 BBC FOUR Hosted by Griff Rhys Jones, two teams of experts visit some of Britain’s most remarkable museums – the Imperial War Museum London, the Jewish Museum, The Burrell Collection, the Horniman, Manchester Museum of Science and Industry, the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum, The Royal Armouries Museum…
Two BAFTA wins for Poet in New York
28th September 2015
The awards for ‘Best Feature’ and ‘Best Special and Visual Effects’ add to the ‘Best Actor’ for Tom Hollander at the RTS Awards and the nominations for ‘Best Drama’ at the Broadcast Press Guild Awards, the BAFTAS, the Broadcast Awards, the Celtic Media Awards and the Critics’ Choice Television Awards in America earlier in 2015.