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Andrew and Mark’s lovely interview at the South Bank Arts Awards 

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Sherlock wins South Bank Sky Arts Award for TV Drama. The award is presented by Jason Isaacs.

Lovely video clip on the BBC News site of Mark Gatiss and Andrew Scott from the South Bank Awards earlier today (3rd video down).

Earlier this afternoon Sherlock won Best TV Drama at the South Bank Show Sky Arts Awards in London. Pictured are Beryl Vertue, Andrew Scott, Mark Gatiss and Elaine Cameron collecting the award on behalf of cast and crew.
Rather than focus on individual cast or crew roles in a production, the Awards reward overall excellence. The award is thus a reflection of everyone involved in the entire series. 
The South Bank Show is one of the most prestigious television programmes dedicated to the arts in the UK. Its remit is to focus on the best of high art and popular culture in the world. Previously on ITV, the show has been resurrected by Sky Arts in 2012.
The awards were presented by Melvyn Bragg, and will broadcast in the UK this evening on Sky Arts 1 at 21:00BST.

Earlier this afternoon Sherlock won Best TV Drama at the South Bank Show Sky Arts Awards in London. Pictured are Beryl Vertue, Andrew Scott, Mark Gatiss and Elaine Cameron collecting the award on behalf of cast and crew.

Rather than focus on individual cast or crew roles in a production, the Awards reward overall excellence. The award is thus a reflection of everyone involved in the entire series.

The South Bank Show is one of the most prestigious television programmes dedicated to the arts in the UK. Its remit is to focus on the best of high art and popular culture in the world. Previously on ITV, the show has been resurrected by Sky Arts in 2012.

The awards were presented by Melvyn Bragg, and will broadcast in the UK this evening on Sky Arts 1 at 21:00BST.

SHERLOCK NOMINATED FOR A SOUTH BANK SKY ARTS AWARD

Just announced this morning, Sherlock has been nominated for Best Drama at The South Bank Sky Arts Awards.

The South Bank Show is one of the most prestigious television programmes dedicated to the arts in the UK. Its remit is to focus on the best of high art and popular culture in the world. Previously on ITV, the show has been resurrected by Sky Arts in 2012.

The awards will be presented by Melvyn Bragg, and broadcast in the UK on Sky Arts 1 on May 1 2012 at 21:00BST.

Further details on the nominations can be found HERE.