Marquee TV partners with the Cheltenham Festivals
Marquee TV partners with Cheltenham Literature Festival, the oldest literature festival in the world, as they combine in-person and digital events.
The World is Waiting © courtesy, Cheltenham Festivals
Marquee TV is the official streaming partner for this year’s pioneering hybrid instalment of the Cheltenham Literature Festival, supporting the oldest literature festival in the world as they combine in-person and digital events the first time in their history.
Committed to delivering innovative, world-class content that reaches as wide an audience as possible, Marquee TV have collaborated with the Cheltenham Festival’s programming team to present a number of exclusives including The World is Waiting – a series of filmed interviews with literary greats and dynamic new voices.
Available from 2 October, programme highlights include: Pulitzer Prize, Women’s Prize and American National Humanities Medal winning writer Marilynne Robinson in conversation with renowned author Colm Tóibín; celebrated Japanese writer and multiple prize winner Sayaka Murata speaking to The New York Times Tokyo bureau chief Motoko Rich from her home in Tokyo, and Bryan Washington winner of the prestigious Dylan Thomas Prize for his short story collection Lot – one of Barack Obama’s “Favourite Books of the Year” – talks to Uli Lenart from his home in Texas about his work and writing life.
Alongside The World is Waiting, Marquee TV will also present a best of the fest selection featuring literary luminaries Andrew Marr, DBC Pierre and Victoria Hislop.
English series title Cheltenham Literature Festival – Autumn 2020
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