Howard Goodall's 20th Century Greats Episode 3: Bernard Herrmann (Royal Television Society Award, BAFTA Nomination)

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Howard Goodall's 20th Century Greats Episode 3: Bernard Herrmann

Four films Produced by David Jeffcock, directed by David Jeffcock and Francis Hanly, with Tiger Aspect for Channel 4 Television.

The Four Greats are:

LENNON/McCARTNEY | What The Press Said About Episdoe 1: Episode Reviews
COLE PORTER | What The Press Said About Episdoe 2: Episode Reviews
BERNARD HERRMANN | What The Press Said About Episdoe 3: Episode Reviews
LEONARD BERNSTEIN | What The Press Said About Episdoe 4: Episode Reviews

The series won a Royal Television Society Award for Education and was nominated for a BAFTA and an International Rose d’Or.

Howard Goodall’s Channel 4 series on 20th-century music was a triumph of intelligent televison. It worked because it was driven by a powerful polemic by David Herman, Prospect Magazine

Howard Goodall
Howard Goodall
Howard Goodall is an award-winning composer of choral music, stage musicals,
film and TV scores, is well known as a TV and radio broadcaster, and from
2007-11 was England’s first ever National Ambassador for Singing, leading a programme (Sing Up) to improve the provision of group singing for all primary-age children.

His best-known TV & Film themes & scores include Blackadder, The Gathering Storm, The Borrowers, Red Dwarf, Q.I., Mr Bean, Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie, Mr Bean’s Holiday, Island Parish and The Vicar of Dibley. His score for the HBO film Into the Storm won him the Primetime EMMY award for Original Dramatic Score in 2009.

In the theatre his musicals, from The Hired Man with Melvyn Bragg in 1984 to Love Story in 2010, have been performed in the West End, Off-Broadway and throughout world, winning many international awards, including Ivor Novello (1985), TMA (2006 and 2010), and Off-West End (2012) Awards for Best Musical. Love Story receives its US première in Philadelphia in September 2012. He is currently working with Gurinder Chadha and Charles Hart on a musical adaptation of Bend it like Beckham.