Whether you are in the UK or elsewhere in the world, find out how to keep up to date with this year’s ceremony on Monday October 17
This year you can enjoy the Booker Prize 2022 winner ceremony by listening live to Front Row on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds.
We will also be livestreaming the winning moment on our YouTube channel from approximately 950pm BST. Follow us on @TheBookerPrizes or search for the hashtag #BookerPrize2022.
This year’s Booker Prize ceremony, on Monday, October 17, is fully in-person for the first time since 2019. As part of an ongoing partnership between the Booker Prize Foundation and the BBC, the last 45 minutes of the evening will be broadcast live as a Front Row special on BBC Radio 4 at the later time of 9.15-10.00pm BST, presented by Samira Ahmed.
Front Row will be available to stream live via BBC Sounds, which is available internationally.
Highlights and an interview with the winning author are expected to be broadcast on BBC News at Ten on BBC One.
While we won’t be livestreaming the event this year, we will be posting updates before and during the ceremony on our Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Facebook accounts, including behind the scenes videos and photos, as well as the winning moments. Follow us on @TheBookerPrizes or search for the hashtag #BookerPrize2022.
The announcement and the winning author’s speech will be available to watch on our website straight after the ceremony.
Over the following days we will publish clips of the best moments from the ceremony, as well as a special highlights film on our YouTube channel.