Scott Cupit in the Media

Check out some of the video and radio highlights from Scott’s media appearances over the years:

Scott Cupit on Roadtrip Nation, Australia in 2008

Scott on the 4th Plinth: Interview with Clive Anderson 2009

In 2009 Scott Cupit took to Trafalgar Square’s famous Fourth Plinth as part of Antony Gormley’s One And Other arts project, stopping hundreds of rush hour commuters in their tracks as he gave an impromptu swing dance class. About 100 students from Swing Patrol came along to perform with Scott. More than 14,000 people applied for their chance to spend an hour on the plinth which was part of Gormley’s vision to create a unique living monument. The Evening Standard voted Scott’s hour as one of the top ten hours due to its interactive nature.

Watch the video to see Clive Anderson’s interview with Scott about his involvement in the project for British Sky TV.

Scott Cupit features in BUPA TV advert - Helping You Find Healthy in 2011

Scott Cupit secures funding for Swing Patrol on Dragon's Den 2014

Scott Cupit on Good Morning Britain July 2014

BBC Breakfast Interview November 2014

Charleston Lesson with the BBC Breakfast's Louise Minchin and Mike Bushell, November 2014

Radio interview with Cerys Matthews in 2015

Scott Cupit talks to Lockstep Radio, September 2015

BBC Radio Interview with Jo Goode, December 2015

Listen to hear Scott Cupit talk about his new book and all things swing and hear Frankie manning’s favourite song!

For more information about Scott Cupit click here.

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