The future of Arts broadcasting, Winner of 2020 Women's Prize For Fiction, Film director Antonio Campos

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Tonight the winner of the 2020 Women’s Prize for Fiction is announced at a special virtual ceremony – the judgement delayed because of Covid 19. We talk to the winner live on air. How has the pandemic affected what viewers expect from the major arts broadcasters? We ask Director of Sky Arts Philip Edgar-Jones, whose channel becomes free to watch on the 17th of September and to Director of BBC Arts Jonty Claypole, who has just announced an extension to the BBC’s Culture in Quarantine season bringing the best of the UK arts world to people in their homes under lockdown. Film Director Antonio Campos tells us about his Southern Gothic thriller: The Devil All The Time, which stars Robert "Batman" Pattinson and Tom "Spider-man" Holland in a bloody revenge drama adapted from the award-winning novel by Donald Ray Pollock. It's a story which follows a cast of compelling and bizarre characters from the end of World War II to the 1960s. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Julian May

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