The BBC consider themselves highbrow, wouldn't you know. Hence why they've devised this new six-part reality endeavor, which is a mongrel of every other 'Celebrities Learn a New Talent and Are Then Subjected to Public Judgment' type show. Eight famous amateurs with a passion for classical music, do battle for the chance to conduct the BBC Concert Orchestra in front of a live audience of 30,000 at BBC Proms in the Park as part of the Last Night of the Proms. Actors Jane Asher and David Soul, drum and bass star Goldie, Blur bassist Alex 'I'll Do Anything To Be on Telly, Me' James, broadcasters Katie Derham and Peter Snow, and comedians Sue Perkins and Bradley Walsh compete to be the Maestro. In the first of six programmes, the celebrity students go on a week-long 'baton camp' (oooh-er) where they must face an orchestra for the first time. On the final day they conduct the BBC Concert Orchestra in front of a panel of expert judges before the orchestra votes one of them out for good. Introduced by Clive Anderson.