Stephen Fry in America

Stephen Fry in America is a six-part BBC television series in which Stephen Fry travels across the United States of America, a country in which he was almost born. Just before Fry was born, his father was offered a job at Princeton University, in New Jersey, but chose to turn it down in favour of Hampstead. In the six-part series he travels, mostly in a London cab, through 49 of the 50 U.S. states. While he visited an island in the Mississippi River, he did not visit the state of Arkansas.

The episodes are regularly repeated in the UK on Dave, lasting an hour and twenty minutes due to advertising breaks. It was aired in America on HDNet. In Australia, the program screened on ABC1 each Sunday at 7:30pm from 9 August 2009. The ratings were so successful that the broadcaster decided to finally air Fry's other BBC programme, QI the next month.

The series was filmed in two segments, the first in October-November 2007, and the second in February-April 2008. Special guests featured on the show include Sting, Morgan Freeman and Ted Turner.

Read more about Stephen Fry In America:  Episode List, DVD and Blu-ray Releases, Book, Announced Follow-up

Other articles related to "stephen fry in america, fry, stephen":

Stephen Fry In America - Announced Follow-up
... In May 2008, it was announced that a five-part companion series, More Fry in America, had been commissioned for BBC Four ... It was to feature in-depth essays excluded from the first series due to time constraints ...
Hugo Award For Best Semiprozine - Winners and Nominees
... Porter 20012 !2001 Speculations Lee, DeniseDenise Lee and Susan Fry 20021 !2002 Locus* Brown, Charles N.Charles N ... Maroney 20022 !2002 Speculations Fry, SusanSusan Fry and Kent Brewster 20031 !2003 Locus* Brown, Charles N.Charles N ... !2009 Weird Tales* VanderMeer, AnnAnn VanderMeer and Stephen H ...

Famous quotes containing the words america, stephen and/or fry:

    It is only in his music, which Americans are able to admire because a protective sentimentality limits their understanding of it, that the Negro in America has been able to tell his story.
    James Baldwin (1924–1987)

    Two voices are there: one is of the deep;
    It learns the storm-cloud’s thunderous melody,
    —James Kenneth Stephen (1859–1892)

    Art is significant deformity.
    —Roger Fry (1866–1934)