Born in Barcelona on 29 July 1971, Kikol Grau graduated in History from the University of Barcelona (UB) and began his professional career at Barcelona Television (BTV). In 1997 he received the “Miramar” award for the best local television programme produced in Catalonia for his programme “Por la kara TV” (Clot TV), produced with Jorge Rodriguez, Pol Turrents and J.A. Bayona. In 2002, he received a special mention at the “Zemos98 Festival” for the most acid television for his programme Gabinete de crisis, where he worked as scriptwriter and director together with Félix Pérez-Hita, Arturo Bastón and Andrés Hispano. With this series of programmes he won the “1st Animalario Festival” in Seville (2007). He worked completely independently for the TVE2 programme “Metrópolis”, making 6 programmes on current musical events in different Spanish regions, Madrid, Barcelona, Euskadi, Galicia, Balearic Islands and Andalusia, and two cultural programmes on the world of cinema and video art, “El otro cine” and “Agentes independientes”.