The Village nominated for three British Academy Television Awards
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The Village nominated for three British Academy Television Awards

British Academy of Film and Television Arts 7 Apr 2014 BAFTA announces the nominations for the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards, which reward the very best in television broadcast on British screens over the past year. The Village (starring John Simm and Maxine Peake) and Broadchurch both received three nominations each, competing across the Leading Actress, Supporting … Continue reading

Everyday receives Single Drama BAFTA Nomination
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Everyday receives Single Drama BAFTA Nomination

BAFTA 2 Apr 2013 The nominations have been announced for the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards. Michael Winterbottom’s Everyday, starring John Simm and Shirley Henderson and filmed over a period of five years, has been nominated for the Single Drama BAFTA. The next BAFTA Television Awards will take place on Sunday 12 May 2013 at … Continue reading

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John Simm receives his second BAFTA nomination

British Academy Television Awards 24 April 2012 NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED Appropriate Adult leads this year’s TV BAFTAs with four nominations, Sherlock and This is England ‘88 tie for the second spot with three nominations each Host Dara O’Briain receives his first-ever nomination Moriarty takes on Watson as Andrew Scott goes head to head with Martin Freeman … Continue reading

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Bafta television awards 2011: Small-screen stars in pictures

The Guardian Phil Fisk and Alice Fisher 20 May 2011 Ahead of the Philips British Academy Television Awards on Sunday, photographer Phil Fisk shares his extraordinary portfolio of television stars. Read more special Bafta coverage – including Mark Gatiss on the state of television and interviews with Miranda Hart and Sir Trevor McDonald – in … Continue reading

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Mallorca based drama, Mad Dogs, nominated for BAFTA

seemallorca.com Amy Neville-Elliot 27 Apr 2011 Mad Dogs, the Sky 1 drama filmed in Mallorca in association with Palma Pictures, was nominated yesterday for the BAFTA award for best drama serial. The series, which has an impressive cast including Max Beesley, Philip Glenister, John Simm and Marc Warren, received record viewing figures when it was … Continue reading

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The Devils Whore is nominated for 3 BAFTA TV Craft Awards

Congratulations to The Devil’s Whore, nominated for 3 BAFTA TV Craft Awards (Costume & Production Designs, Photography & Lighting Fiction)! guardian.co.uk Leigh Holmwood 6 April 2009   BBC1’s Little Dorrit and Wallander lead Bafta craft award nominations BBC1’s dramas Little Dorrit and Wallander have each been nominated five times in Bafta’s awards for TV production … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Whore up for TV BAFTA – Best Drama Serial

‘Who’, ‘EastEnders’ up for TV BAFTAs Digital Spy Mayer Nissim 24 March 2009 The nominations have been announced for the 2009 British Academy Television Awards, which will be held on April 26. Stephen Fry will battle it out with Harry Hill, Ant & Dec and Jonathan Ross in the best entertainment category, while Rob Brydon, … Continue reading