Former Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, who died recently, is to be the subject of a BBC2 tribute.
The 45-minute Malolm McLaren: Artful Dodger is due to air on 24 April at 8.15pm and will feature previously unaired interviews with the svengali, as well as new contributions from the former members of the famous punk band. It is being made in-house at the BBC.
The likes of the New York Dolls and Adam Ant will also appear, as will McLaren’s son Joe Corre, co-founder of lingerie boutique Agent Provocateur, and TV presenter Jonathan Ross.
The fast turnaround programme is executive produced by Mark Cooper while the producer and director is Jeremy Marre.
McLaren, who died last week from cancer aged 64, rose to fame as the manager of the Sex Pistols, who gained notoriety for swearing on The Bill Grundy Show and releasing the anti-monarchist single God Save the Queen during the Silver Jubilee in 1977.
Sky Arts is also planning a tribute night to McLaren on 9 May.
Featuring in the line-up will be programmes introduced by McLaren on artists such as Jeff Koon and Keith Haring as well as the Classic Albums programme on the Sex Pistols’ groundbreaking album Never Mind the Bollocks and footage of the band live on their reunion tour.