The Turner Prize-winning potter is working on a new idea, and while he won’t say what the show is about he tells RadioTimes.com that all three could share the same adjective in terms of the nature of their subjects.
And that word? “Slippery”.
So coming to a TV screen for 2015, another “slippery” Grayson Perry programme.
Before then, Grayson’s Great Design, about the holiday home he designed and which is nearing completion in the north Essex countryside (described variously as a “Gingerbread House” and a “secular chapel”) is due to air in around six months’ time.
Ben has worked as a professional journalist specialising in TV and the arts for nearly twenty years. After a two year stint on local newspapers in the mid 1990s, he spent more than 5 years as the broadcast reporter at the Stage newspaper. Following that he enjoyed staff reporting positions at the Sunday Mirror and the Sunday Times breaking stories and writing features before settling as a full time freelance writing for an array of newspapers and magazines - but mainly for the Guardian, Evening Standard, Broadcast, Independent and the New Statesman where he wrote a column.