Fiona Lindsay is a British TV personality, radio presenter and specialist arts TV presenter; she is known for her impeccable interviewing skills and engaging TV and radio broadcasts.
She is probably most well known for her series of interviews Face to Face, in which she acted as TV presenter and interviewer for a number of intimate one on one conversations with some of the biggest names in the British arts and entertainment industry. Speakers on the series included Alison Steadman, Juliet Stevenson, Stephen Mangan and her TV presenter and broadcasting peer Michael Parkinson.
Alongside her work as an esteemed interviewer Lindsay is also a radio presenter for shows on both BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4; she has appeared as a TV presenter for a number of arts related documentaries and played host to stars and famous faces such as Rupert Everett, Sandi Toksvig and Vince Cable.
Lindsay is a well-respected broadcaster, TV & radio presenter and broadcaster who is often requested for in-depth and insightful interviews and gives wonderful and detailed commentary on the arts industry.
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“Fiona is a shrewd, intelligent and resourceful interviewer who has helped bring a real focus to the sessions that she leads at the Althorp Literary Festival. The audience love her and the interviewees feel pleasantly challenged by her”– Earl Spencer
“Fiona’s work enriches all audiences who experience it. She is a passionate and extremely talented individual with unique skills in producing and presenting work that is consistently of a high standard and wonderful wit and flair” – Michael Boyd, artistic director, the Royal Shakespeare Company
“It was a pleasure being interviewed by Fiona. She was warm, witty and gently probing. She has great knowledge of the arts and her research was impeccable. She charmed both the audience and me.” – Alistair McGowan, actor and comedian