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Clive Anderson
 
Comedy and current affairs presenter

Clive Anderson

Clive Anderson is a barrister by training, but is best known for being an award-winning and versatile presenter and comedy writer. Winner of the British Comedy Award in 1991, he became a successful comedy writer and performer during his 15-year law career, before rising to fame as the host of Whose Line Is It Anyway? on radio and then television. 

He went on to front ten series of his own show, Clive Anderson Talks Back on Channel 4 and four series of Clive Anderson All Talk on BBC1. Interviewing some of the world's most celebrated and popular figures of the day, he became famous for his repartee, dry wit and direct manner. Famous guests included the likes of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Joan Rivers, Jeffrey Archer and the Bee Gees.

Clive has made many guest appearances on shows such as Have I Got News For You, QI, and Mock the Week. Currently, in addition to Clive Anderson's Chat Room on Radio 2, he presents Loose Ends, Radio 4's long running entertainment programme and Unreliable Evidence, in which he discusses legal issues with major figures from the world of the law. 

He has also presented The Big Read and Maestro! on BBC2 as well as being a regular contributor to The Footballs On on BT Sport. Clive has presented a two-part series investigating China's Football Revolution. He recently hosted Whose Line Is It Anyway? ...Live at the worldwide premiere at the Adelphi Theatre in London and due to popular demand the sold-out show returned to the London Palladium for a limited run earlier this year in 2016.

Clive has been the unflappable host of live events and awards ceremonies for BAFTA, the London Evening Standard Film Awards and the Olivier Awards and has fronted other events and programmes ranging from the Proms to politics.

'...undemanding, pleasant & professional in every way...'

FT Business

 

The Sons of Pitches
  
British Vocal Group

The Sons of Pitches

The Sons of Pitches are a multi-award winning British vocal group combining soaring solos, impeccable harmonies and sensational beatboxing to stunning effect.  In 2015, they became the first winners of BBC2’s The Naked Choir hosted by Gareth Malone.

With over two million YouTube hits and a growing international reputation, The Sons, have “given a cappella a kick up the backside”.

Since their formation in 2010, the group, which is made up of Joe Novelli, Joe Hinds, Jamie Hughes, Joe Belham, Josh Mallett and Midé Naike, has captivated audiences with highly creative vocal gymnastics and a programme of inventive pop covers, original numbers and entertaining improvised songs. The group has performed at both public and private engagements with previous clients including Microsoft, Nokia and the NFL, and headline performances at the NEC Birmingham, Vale Fest and the Hong Kong International A Cappella Festival, together with a sell-out debut run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

In the late Spring of 2016, The Sons embarked on their first UK Tour, playing at 27 venues from London to Edinburgh. With over 20,000 people turning up to the concerts and most being sell-outs, the tour was a storming success. Particular highlights included packing out the Union Chapel, Islington and prestigious venues such as The Sage, Gateshead and The Lowry, Salford.

Their set list ranges from Kate Bush’s haunting Wuthering Heights to the hilarious and nostalgia fuelled ‘History of UK & Irish Boybands’ medley - combined with original songs of their own and completely improvised numbers – The Sons cater to all audiences of all ages.