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Brass Eye in South Bank Show award nominations
Channel 4 satirical show Brass Eye has been nominated in this year's South Bank Show Awards.
It is in the running for Best Comedy along with BBC2's The Office and stage production The Play What I Wrote.
The South Bank Show Awards 2002 take place at the Savoy Hotel in London on February 6.
Other nominees in the annual awards include Bridget Jones' Diary, Roots Manuva, U2 and PJ Harvey.
Presenters will include Sir Norman Wisdom, Elvis Costello, Michelle Collins, Dame Kiri te Kanawa, Sam Taylor-Wood and Dame Joan Plowright.
The ceremony will be broadcast on ITV on February 10 at 11.15pm.
The full list of nominations reads:
Classical Music, presented by Mitsuko Uchida
- Sir Alfred Brendel - 70th Birthday year & Schubert: Piano Sonatas
- Sir Peter Maxwell Davis - Antarctica Symphony premiered by
- The Belcea Quartet - Wigmore Hall residency
Pop Music, presented by Elvis Costello
- Roots Manuva - Run Come Save Me
- U2 - All That You Can't Leave Behind
- P J Harvey - Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea
Opera, presented by Ian Bostridge
- Boulevard Solitude at the Royal Opera House
- Rape of Lucretia at ENO
- Votzek performed by Birmingham Opera Company
Visual Art, presented by Sam Taylor-Wood
- Frank Auerbach - Retrospective at Royal Academy
- Michael Landy - Break Down
- Mark Wallinger - Venice Biennale, Whitechapel
Literature, presented by Dame Antoinette Byatt
- The Rotters Club by Jonathan Coe
- Atonement by Ian McEwan
- The Amber Spyglass by Phillip Pulman
Dance, presented by Irek Mukhamedov
- Akram Khan for Polaroid Feet and Related Rocks
- George Piper Dances - Michael Nunn & William Trevitt
- The Bird Sings With Its Fingers - Mark Baldwin Dance Company
Cinema, presenter tbc
- Sexy Beast
- Bridget Jones' Diary
- The Last Resort
Television Drama, presented by Michelle Collins
- Beckett on Film - CH4
- Bob and Rose - Red Productions for ITV
- Othello - LWT for ITV
Theatre, presented by Dame Joan Plowright
- Shakespeare's History Cycle at the RSC
- Gagarin Way Traverse at Edinburgh and RNT
- Port Authority at New Ambassadors
Comedy, presented by Sir Norman Wisdom
- The Office - BBC2
- Brass Eye -Channel 4
- The Play What I Wrote - The Right Size at Wyndham's Theatre
Outstanding Achievment In The Arts, presented by Dame Kiri te Kanawa
To be announced on the day.
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