Awards / British Academy of Film and Television Arts - BAFTA / Nominations / Serial / Television

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

Awards / British Academy of Film and Television Arts - BAFTA / Nominations / Serial / Television

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

Awarded / Awards / Royal Television Society - RTS

RTS success for C4 and The Devil’s Whore

Broadcastnow.co.uk Robin Parker 18 Mar 2009 Channel 4 drama The Devil’s Whore cleaned up at the RTS [Royal Television Society] Programme Awards last night with three prizes including best drama serial. Writer Peter Flannery and lead actress Andrea Riseborough were also recognised for their contributions to the drama, which was described by judges as “bloody … Continue reading

Awarded / Awards / Serial / South Bank Show Awards / Television

The Devil’s Whore awarded Best TV Drama at South Bank Show Awards

BBC NEWS | Entertainment 20 January 2009 Mercury Prize-winning band Elbow have been honoured at the annual South Bank Show Awards in London. The sensitive Manchester band were named winners of the pop award ahead of Laura Marling and Estelle. Bafta-nominated movie Hunger won the film award at the ceremony and Channel 4’s The Devil’s … Continue reading

Interview / Print / Serial / Television

I find some aspects of stardom quite strange, admits Doctor Who star John Simm

Daily Record Tim Oglethorpe 12 Nov 2008 I find some aspects of stardom quite strange, admits Doctor Who star John Simm JOHN SIMM has been here, there and everywhere over the last couple of years and he is on the move again for his latest TV project, the hard-hitting historical drama The Devil’s Whore. After … Continue reading

Reviews / Serial / Serial / Television

The Devil’s Whore – Reviews and Behind-the-Scenes

England’s civil war in The Devil’s Whore The Sunday Times Stephen Armstrong 9 November 2008 The English civil war gets an overdue celebration in The Devil’s Whore, a thrilling new TV drama from Peter Flannery There are moments when The Devil’s Whore, coming soon on Channel 4, seems almost too rich and exotic to be … Continue reading