The Big Painting Challenge

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== Host ==
== Host ==
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[[Richard Bacon]] and Una Stubbs
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[[Richard Bacon]] and Una Stubbs (2015)
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Mariella Frostrup and [[Richard Coles]] (2017-)
== Co-hosts ==
== Co-hosts ==
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Lachlan Goudie
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Judges:<br>
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Lachlan Goudie<br>
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Daphne Todd<br>
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David Dibosa (2017)
== Broadcast ==
== Broadcast ==
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BBC One, 22 February 2015 to present
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BBC Arts for BBC One, 22 February 2015 to present
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''Celebrity Painting Challenge'': 4 April 2019 to present
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== Synopsis ==
== Synopsis ==
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A touring show, telling stories about the artists as much as their artwork. Hosts Una Stubbs and Richard Bacon look at local artwork and the week's subjects.
A touring show, telling stories about the artists as much as their artwork. Hosts Una Stubbs and Richard Bacon look at local artwork and the week's subjects.
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Lachlan Goudie decides the winner, and offers his expert tips on how to draw.
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Lachlan Goudie and Daphne Todd decide the winner, and Lachlan offers his expert tips on how to draw.
After the series, work by the finalists went on show at Tate Britain.
After the series, work by the finalists went on show at Tate Britain.
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== Champions ==
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{|
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|2015
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|Paul Bell
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|2017
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|Suman Kaur
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|2018
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|Oliver Freeston
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== Theme music ==
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Theo Vidgen was credited as "composer".
== Trivia ==
== Trivia ==
Commissioned under the working title ''The Big Picture''.
Commissioned under the working title ''The Big Picture''.
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The original press release said that judge Lachlan Goudie would be joined by Daphne Todd; she was not in the broadcast shows.
 
== Merchandise ==
== Merchandise ==
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== Web links ==
== Web links ==
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[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02cs0gw BBC programmes page]
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[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02cs0gw BBC programme page (Series 1)]
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[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08fn9p2 BBC programme page (Series 2-3)]
[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1x9SH8wlknWYbxD7RRscxWG/schools BBC Learning made resources for schools]
[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1x9SH8wlknWYbxD7RRscxWG/schools BBC Learning made resources for schools]
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[http://lachlangoudie.com/ Lachlan Goudie's website]
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Judges' websites: [http://lachlangoudie.com/ Lachlan Goudie] and [http://daphnetodd.com/ Daphne Todd]
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== See also ==
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[[Weaver's Week 2015-03-22|Weaver's Week review]]
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[[Category:Art|Big Painting Challenge, The]]
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Current revision as of 10:43, 30 March 2019

Contents

Host

Richard Bacon and Una Stubbs (2015)

Mariella Frostrup and Richard Coles (2017-)

Co-hosts

Judges:
Lachlan Goudie
Daphne Todd
David Dibosa (2017)

Broadcast

BBC Arts for BBC One, 22 February 2015 to present

Celebrity Painting Challenge: 4 April 2019 to present

Synopsis

10 amateur artists compete to be crowned Britain's best painter.

A touring show, telling stories about the artists as much as their artwork. Hosts Una Stubbs and Richard Bacon look at local artwork and the week's subjects.

Lachlan Goudie and Daphne Todd decide the winner, and Lachlan offers his expert tips on how to draw.

After the series, work by the finalists went on show at Tate Britain.

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Champions

2015 Paul Bell
2017 Suman Kaur
2018 Oliver Freeston

Theme music

Theo Vidgen was credited as "composer".

Trivia

Commissioned under the working title The Big Picture.

Merchandise

Tie-in book by Rosa Roberts

Web links

BBC programme page (Series 1)

BBC programme page (Series 2-3)

BBC Learning made resources for schools

Judges' websites: Lachlan Goudie and Daphne Todd

See also

Weaver's Week review

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