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BAFTAs TV 2019: Stars descend on the red carpet for super glam bash

The great and good of the UK showbiz world descended on the red carpet ahead of Sunday night’s TV BAFTAs. 

Taking place at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank, London, The Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards, which is hosted by Graham Norton, kicked off with a legion of stars making their sensational appearances on the red carpet in a host of dazzling ensembles.

Holly Willoughby, Jodie Comer and Susanna Reid looked incredible as they upped the glam to the max, with the Killing Eve beauty going for a one-shoulder magenta gown while the newly-single GMB star was showing off her assets in a sheer black ensemble – clearly cementing her new relationship status.  

The BAFTA TV Awards is an annual celebration of the best British and international viewing offered to UK audiences. This year, BBC America’s Killing Eve has swept the board with a whopping 14 nominations, with the hit thriller series’ leading stars Jodie and Sandra Oh both up for the Leading Actress gong. 

Holly looked incredible in a thigh-slash blue gown which featured a lingerie-style body underneath while the billowing sheer lengths added drama to the stunning look. 

Jodie was every inch the leading lady in her one-shouldered gown which boasted a floor-sweeping arm while the  rest clung to her physique while she wore her blonde locks in bouncy waves. 

Susanna looked incredible as she hit the red carpet, just weeks after she addressed her breakup from Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish, 53, live on GMB. The TV star’s co-presenter Piers Morgan probed Susanna, 48, about the split, hours after the Daily Mail exclusively revealed the news. 

Woah! Holly looked incredible in a thigh-slash blue gown which featured a lingerie-style body underneath while the billowing sheer lengths added drama to the stunning look

Wow! Susanna looked incredible as she hit the red carpet, just weeks after she addressed her breakup from Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish, 53, live on GMB

Wow! Susanna looked incredible as she hit the red carpet, just weeks after she addressed her breakup from Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish, 53, live on GMB

A friend in me... Susanna posed with her co-host Piers Morgan who had supported and jibed her about her break-up

A friend in me… Susanna posed with her co-host Piers Morgan who had supported and jibed her about her break-up

As Piers asked, ‘Are you single again? You are aren’t you?’ an upbeat Susanna replied: ‘Yep. Let’s not dwell. I’m fine, we’re fine, we’re very good friends. We were at the match on Saturday.’

Clearly not fazed by her woes, she hit the red carpet in the incredibly daring gown which featured an entirely sheer top with strategically-placed appliques to protect her modesty. 

Doctor Foster star Suranne Jones wore a gown with a tuxedo-style top and a billowing pink skirt on the bottom. 

Strutting her stuff: Doctor Foster star Suranne Jones wore a gown with a tuxedo-style top and a billowing pink skirt on the bottom

Strutting her stuff: Doctor Foster star Suranne Jones wore a gown with a tuxedo-style top and a billowing pink skirt on the bottom

Here come the boys! TV royalty Ant and Dec, who are celebrating 30 years of working together this year after first appearing on TV screens in teen drama Byker Grove, walked the red carpet in dashing style

Here come the boys! TV royalty Ant and Dec, who are celebrating 30 years of working together this year after first appearing on TV screens in teen drama Byker Grove, walked the red carpet in dashing style

Blue beauty: Fleabag hit and Killing Eve creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge was looking incredible in a powder blue gown with a demure shape and dramatic sleeves to help show off her flawless frame while her make-up was chic and bold

Wow! She was there in a double capacity as she was flying the flag for both Fleabag and Killing Eve

Blue beauty: Fleabag hit and Killing Eve creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge was looking incredible in a powder blue gown with a demure shape and dramatic sleeves to help show off her flawless frame while her make-up was chic and bold

Feeling holy! The 33-year-old Londoner, who is nominated for the Writer: Drama gong, posed with her Fleabag co-star Andrew Scott - who played the 'Hot Priest' on the show

Feeling holy! The 33-year-old Londoner, who is nominated for the Writer: Drama gong, posed with her Fleabag co-star Andrew Scott – who played the ‘Hot Priest’ on the show

A dream: Leading Actress nominee Keeley Hawes, who is tipped for her role in Bodyguard, was a vision in a Bardot gown which gave a nod to bridal style

A dream: Leading Actress nominee Keeley Hawes, who is tipped for her role in Bodyguard, was a vision in a Bardot gown which gave a nod to bridal style

Lady in black: Charlotte Hawkins was flashing her incredibly lean legs, the host's black ensemble caught the eye of onlookers with its beaded embellishments

Legs eleven: The Strictly star upped the style ante with her choice of footwear as she boosted her frame in a pair of sparkling peep-toe heels

Lady in black: Charlotte Hawkins was flashing her incredibly lean legs, the host’s black ensemble caught the eye of onlookers with its beaded embellishments. The Strictly star upped the style ante with her choice of footwear as she boosted her frame in a pair of sparkling peep-toe heels.

Injecting some serious A-list glam into the evening was Benedict Cumberbatch and his stunning wife Sophie Hunter, who could not resist locking lips in a steamy display on the red carpet.

TV royalty Ant and Dec, who are celebrating 30 years of working together this year after first appearing on TV screens in teen drama Byker Grove, walked the red carpet in dashing style. Ant is said to be risking an awkward run-in with his ex Lisa Armstrong who was yet to make an appearance at the awards ceremony. 

Fleabag hit and Killing Eve creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge was looking incredible in a powder blue gown with a demure shape and dramatic sleeves to help show off her flawless frame while her make-up was chic and bold. 

The 33-year-old Londoner, who is nominated for the Writer: Drama gong, posed with her Fleabag co-star Andrew Scott – who played the ‘Hot Priest’ on the show.

Stunner: Billie Piper, who has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in BBC thriller Collateral, was every inch the leading lady as she turned heads in a black one-shouldered blazer-style dress

A vision: The actress, 36, looked stunning in the quirky floor length which featured a daring thigh-high split

Stunner: Billie Piper, who has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in BBC thriller Collateral, was every inch the leading lady as she turned heads in a black one-shouldered blazer-style dress

Lady in red: Kate Garraway, 52, was a vision in billowing red ensemble which featured an extremely cheeky keyhole detail meaning she was flashing her eye-popping bust to perfection

Lady in red: Kate Garraway, 52, was a vision in billowing red ensemble which featured an extremely cheeky keyhole detail meaning she was flashing her eye-popping bust to perfection

The whole gang (bar Susanna): Alex Beresford, Sean Fletcher, Laura Tobin, Charlotte Hawkins, Piers Morgan, Ranvir Singh, Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard all posed together to fly the flag for GMB

The whole gang (bar Susanna): Alex Beresford, Sean Fletcher, Laura Tobin, Charlotte Hawkins, Piers Morgan, Ranvir Singh, Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard all posed together to fly the flag for GMB

10 Things I Love About Your Outfit... Julia Stiles ensured she upped the glam factor to the max in a billowing navy gown

Work it out: She certainly knew how to work all her best angles

10 Things I Love About Your Outfit… Julia Stiles ensured she upped the glam factor to the max in a billowing navy gown

Doctor Who is in the house! Jodie Whittaker and Tosin Cole posed up a storm as they flew the flag for their show

Doctor Who is in the house! Jodie Whittaker and Tosin Cole posed up a storm as they flew the flag for their show

Who's that girl? She opted for a unique ensemble with pink and black inserts

Voluminous: The bold outfit made a statement in the sea of gowns

Who’s that girl? She opted for a unique ensemble with pink and black inserts 

Billie Piper, who has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in BBC thriller Collateral, was every inch the leading lady as she turned heads in a black one-shouldered blazer-style dress. The actress, 36, looked stunning in the quirky floor length which featured a daring thigh-high split. 

Ruth Wilson, 37, was injecting some Hollywood glamour into proceedings as she sported a sleek black gown with a thick belt and button adornments extending down the front. 

The star, who is nominated for leading actress in Mrs Wilson, told the Press Association: ‘I think that, in terms of writers and story-telling, there’s a long forming narrative that’s allowing people to take risks and try different things. Films are still taking risks but not quite in the same way.’ 

A vision: Ruth Wilson, 37, was injecting some Hollywood glamour into proceedings as she sported a sleek black gown with a thick belt and button adornments extending down the front

A vision: Ruth Wilson, 37, was injecting some Hollywood glamour into proceedings as she sported a sleek black gown with a thick belt and button adornments extending down the front

Wow! Rochelle was sure to make a statement as she showed off her lingerie from beneath the sheer gown

A vision: She looked stunning as she strutted into the venue in style

Wow! Rochelle was sure to make a statement as she showed off her lingerie from beneath the sheer gown 

The happy couple: Rochelle was joined by her beloved husband Marvin, who also rocked a sleek black look

The happy couple: Rochelle was joined by her beloved husband Marvin, who also rocked a sleek black look

Blue beauty: Fiona Shaw looked sensational in a Bardot blue gown with a pillar base and thin straps

Blue beauty: Fiona Shaw looked sensational in a Bardot blue gown with a pillar base and thin straps

On female-led programmes, the Luther star said: “I think TV for me has always been where there’s really great female roles, more so than in film. Film do create them but they’re rare. 

‘I think that American TV has had women at the forefront of their TV shows for a long time, we just need to catch up here. But there’s also more female producers in TV, there’s lots of female producers around so work is starting to even out. It’s good, it’s exciting.”

Some of the first to arrive included Rochelle Humes and Scarlett Moffatt, who were looking sensational, the ladies were some of the first stars to arrive at the hottest date in the TV calendar.  

Strictly sensational: Strictly stunners Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly stuck to their tried-and-tested glam with the former opting for her favoured black colouring while Tess opted for a stunning red suit

Cheeky! Tess came over camera shy as she hid behind Claudia

Strictly sensational: Strictly stunners Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly stuck to their tried-and-tested glam with the former opting for her favoured black colouring while Tess opted for a stunning red suit

Adoring: Damian Lewis, 48, and his wife Helen McCroy, 50, looked sensational in their finery

Adoring: Damian Lewis, 48, and his wife Helen McCroy, 50, looked sensational in their finery

Green with envy: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Jane Krakowski looked incredible in a sparkling green gown

Green with envy: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Jane Krakowski looked incredible in a sparkling green gown

The 28-year-old Gogglebox star displayed her legs in a slashed gown which boasted a one-shouldered top and slashed leg, while Rochelle went for vampish glamour in a sweeping black gown. 

Strictly stunners Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly stuck to their tried-and-tested glam with the former opting for her favoured black colouring while Tess opted for a stunning red suit.

Kate Garraway, 52, was a vision in billowing red ensemble which featured an extremely cheeky keyhole detail meaning she was flashing her eye-popping bust to perfection.  

Floral fancy: Lilah Parsons was dressed to impress in a floral tiered gown as she joined the stars

The 31-year-old beauty was a vision in her floral ensemble as she rubbed shoulders with various TV stars

Floral fancy: Lilah Parsons was dressed to impress in a floral tiered gown as she joined the stars

Here he is! Steve Coogan was cutting a sharp figure as he snapped shots with fans

Here he is! Steve Coogan was cutting a sharp figure as he snapped shots with fans 

Debut: Emily Atack and her new man Rob Jowers made their red carpet debut. The I'm A Celeb princess, 29, was every inch the scarlet lady when she joined her new love on the red carpet

Debut: Emily Atack and her new man Rob Jowers made their red carpet debut. The I’m A Celeb princess, 29, was every inch the scarlet lady when she joined her new love on the red carpet

His girl! David Walliams was joined by his beloved mum Kathleen who looked lovely in a cerise silk jacket

His girl! David Walliams was joined by his beloved mum Kathleen who looked lovely in a cerise silk jacket

All white? Maya Jama looked sensational in beaded ensemble with an extremely busty top

Sizzling: She wowed in the sexy ensemble

All white? Maya Jama looked sensational in beaded ensemble with an extremely busty top

A sensation: Closer looks showed the intricate and fine detailing on Maya's ensemble while also giving a luxury feel with her dripping diamond necklace

A sensation: Closer looks showed the intricate and fine detailing on Maya’s ensemble while also giving a luxury feel with her dripping diamond necklace

Danny Dyer looked sharp in a black tuxedo while David Walliams was joined by his beloved mum Kathleen who looked lovely in a cerise silk jacket.

Joining the ladies was fleeting Made In Chelsea star Kimberley Garner, 29, who was putting on a dazzling display in a billowing black gown with a sweeping train and strapless top.

Kirsty Leigh-Porter and Stephanie Davis, who play Leela Lomax and Sinead O’Connor respectively, looked sensational as they sashayed down the red carpet. 

Coronation Street legend Helen Worth, 68, who first appeared on the soap as Gail Platt in 1974, looked sensational in a floral gown which showed off her slender frame and age-defying figure. 

Sizzling: Scarlett Moffatt looked sensational in an aysymettric gown with a polka dot top and billowing bottom

Sizzling: Scarlett Moffatt looked sensational in an aysymettric gown with a polka dot top and billowing bottom

You've got a Friend in me: David Schwimmer looked sharp on a black suit as he paraded into the event

You’ve got a Friend in me: David Schwimmer looked sharp on a black suit as he paraded into the event

The BAFTA TV Awards is an annual celebration of the best British and international viewing offered to UK audiences. This year, BBC America’s Killing Eve has swept the board with a whopping 14 nominations, with the hit thriller series’ leading stars Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh both up for the Leading Actress gong. 

The spy-action thriller is also up for the Drama Series award, as well as Must-See Moment, which is voted for by the public, with its chilling last scene when Eve, played by Oh, stabs Villanelle, played by Comer. 

Killing Eve’s creator, Phoebe, is nominated for the Writer: Drama gong, while Fiona Shaw, who plays Carolyn Martens, and Kim Bodnia, who plays Konstantin, are also up for Supporting Actress and Actor at the star-studded annual extravaganza. 

Lady in black: Joining the ladies was fleeting Made In Chelsea star Kimberley Garner, 29

Stunner: She was putting on a dazzling display in a billowing black gown with a sweeping train and strapless top

Lady in black: Joining the ladies was fleeting Made In Chelsea star Kimberley Garner, 29, who was putting on a dazzling display in a billowing black gown with a sweeping train and strapless top

A vision: Kimberley stole the show in the billowing black gown while her make-up was muted

A vision: Kimberley stole the show in the billowing black gown while her make-up was muted

Sparkling: Hollyoaks beauty Anna Passey oozed A-list sophistication

A vision: Hollyoaks beauty Anna Passey oozed A-list sophistication 

Other categories the popular series is nominated for include – Costume Design, Director: Fiction, Editing: Fiction, Original Music, Photography and Lighting: Fiction, Production Design, Sound: Fiction and Titles & Graphic Identity.

Hot on Killing Eve’s heels, A Very English Scandal has an impressive 12 nominations for the BAFTA Television Awards 2019.

Hugh Grant has been nominated for the Leading Actor gong for his character Jeremy Thorpe, while Ben Whishaw, who plays Norman Scott, and Monica Dolan, who plays Marion Thorpe, are up for the Supporting Actress and Actor gong.

Hollyoaks ladies, Hollywood glamour: Kirsty Leigh-Porter and Stephanie Davis, who play Leela Lomax and Sinead O'Connor respectively, looked sensational as they sashayed down the red carpet

Hollyoaks ladies, Hollywood glamour: Kirsty Leigh-Porter and Stephanie Davis, who play Leela Lomax and Sinead O’Connor respectively, looked sensational as they sashayed down the red carpet 

Wow! Jennifer Metcalfe looked kooky in a yellow patterned tuxedo with a white shirt and loose bowtie

Wow! Jennifer Metcalfe looked kooky in a yellow patterned tuxedo with a white shirt and loose bowtie

Disco diva: Sarah Jane Crawford wore a plunging sequined number with a caged handbag

Disco diva: Sarah Jane Crawford wore a plunging sequined number with a caged handbag

Impressive: This year, BBC America's Killing Eve has swept the board with a whopping 14 nominations, with the hit thriller series' leading stars Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh both up for the Leading Actress gong

Leading Actress gong: Sandra Oh is up for the Leading Actress award for her role as Eve Polastri in Killing Eve (pictured on the show)

Impressive: This year, BBC America’s Killing Eve has swept the board with a whopping 14 nominations, with the hit thriller series’ leading stars Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh both up for the Leading Actress gong

Talented cast: Ben Whishaw, who plays Norman Scott, has been nominated for Supporting Actor in A Very English Scandal (pictured far left in the show)

Talented cast: Ben Whishaw, who plays Norman Scott, has been nominated for Supporting Actor in A Very English Scandal (pictured far left in the show) 

The political miniseries has also been nominated for the categories Mini-Series, Costume Design, Director: Fiction, Editing: Fiction, Make Up & Hair Design, Original Music, Production Design, Sound: Fiction and Writer: Drama.

Also listed for two nods are Geordie presenting duo, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, after a tumultuous year.  They have been nominated for both Entertainment Performance and Entertainment Programme for Saturday Night Takeaway.

Ant made a return to television screens earlier this month for the new Britain’s Got Talent trailer, it it just the start of his comeback after he stepped down from all his commitments for a year after a difficult few months.

Wow: A Very English Scandal has an impressive 12 nominations, with Hugh Grant nominated for the Leading Actor gong for his character Jeremy Thorpe (pictured in A Very English Scandal)

Wow: A Very English Scandal has an impressive 12 nominations, with Hugh Grant nominated for the Leading Actor gong for his character Jeremy Thorpe (pictured in A Very English Scandal) 

His personal issues – which saw him develop a painkiller addiction, end his marriage and commit a drink-driving offence – saw him sit out the last few episodes of BGT 2018, as well as Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, last spring.       

Also with several nominations are Patrick Melrose, Bodyguard, The Little Drummer Girl, Mrs Wilson, Bros: After the Screaming Stops and Bandersnatch.

The Leading Actress nominations also have a lot of strong contenders with Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, Bodyguard’s Keeley Hawes, Mrs Wilson’s Ruth Wilson and Killing Eve’s Sandra Oh going head-to-head for the gong.

While Hugh Grant, Benedict Cumberbatch, Lucian Msamati and Chance Perdomo are all up for the Leading Actor gong.    

BAFTA TV Awards 2019: NOMINATIONS

COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME   

The Big Narstie Show  

The Last Leg 

A League of Their Own – WINNER

Would I Lie To You? 

CURRENT AFFAIRS 

Football’s Wall of Silence 

Iran Unveiled: Taking On The Ayatollahs

Massacre at Ballymurphy

Myanmar’s Killing Fields

DRAMA SERIES

Bodyguard

Informer

Killing Eve

Save Me

Bodyguard is nominated for Drama Series

Bodyguard is nominated for Drama Series

ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCE  

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly for Saturday Night Takeaway

David Mitchell for Would I Lie To You?  

Lee Mack for Would I Lie To You?

Rachel Parris for The Mash Report 

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Britain’s Got Talent – WINNER 

Michael McIntyre’s Big Show

Strictly Come Dancing

FACTUAL SERIES

24 Hours in A&E 

Life and Death Row: The Mass Execution 

Louis Theroux’s Altered States 

Prison 

FEATURES  

Gordon, Gino and Fred’s Road Trip

The Great British Bake Off

Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing

Who Do You Think You Are? – WINNER

FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME

Daisy May Cooper in This Country

Jessica Hynes in There She Goes – WINNER

Julia Davis in Sally4Ever 

Lesley Manville in Mum  

INTERNATIONAL 

54 Hours: The Gladbeck Hostage Crisis

The Handmaid’s Tale

Reporting Trump’s First Year: The Fourth Estate 

Succession

LEADING ACTOR

Benedict Cumberbatch for Patrick Melrose 

Chance Perdomo for Killed By My Debt 

Hugh Grant for A Very English Scandal

Lucian Msamati for Kiri

LEADING ACTRESS

Jodie Comer for Killing Eve

Keeley Hawes for Bodyguard

Ruth Wilson for Mrs Wilson

Sandra Oh for Killing Eve

Jodie Comer is nominated for Leading Actress in Killing Eve

Jodie Comer is nominated for Leading Actress in Killing Eve

LIVE EVENT 

Open Heart Surgery: Live

Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance 

The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Stand Up To Cancer 

MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME  

Alex Macqueen for Sally4Ever

Jamie Demetriou for Stath Lets Flats

Peter Mullan for Mum

Steve Pemberton for Inside No. 9 – WINNER

MINI-SERIES 

A Very English Scandal

Kiri

Mrs Wilson

Patrick Melrose – WINNER

NEWS COVERAGE

Bullying and Harassment in the House of Commons

Cambridge Analytica Uncovered 

Good Morning Britain: On a Knife Edge 

Good Morning Britain: Thomas Markle Exclusive

REALITY & CONSTRUCTED FACTUAL 

Dragons’ Den 

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 

Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds  

The Real Full Monty: Ladies’ Night

SCRIPTED COMEDY 

Derry Girls 

Mum 

Sally4Ever

Stath Lets Flats 

SHORT FORM PROGRAMME 

Snatches: Moments from Women’s Lives – Bovril Pam 

The Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk

Missed Call 

Wonderdate 

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

Driven: The Billy Monger Story 

Gun No. 6 

My Dad, the Peace Deal and Me 

School for Stammerers 

SINGLE DRAMA 

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch 

Care 

Killed By My Debt 

Through The Gates: On The Edge 

SOAP & CONTINUING DRAMA 

CASUALTY

CORONATION STREET 

EASTENDERS – WINNER

HOLLYOAKS

SPECIALIST FACTUAL

Bros: After the Screaming Stops 

Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage 

Suffragettes with Lucy Worsley  – WINNER

Superkids: Breaking Away from Care 

SPORT

2018 SIX NATIONS: SCOTLAND v ENGLAND 

2018 WORLD CUP QUARTER FINAL: ENGLAND v SWEDEN – WINNER

ENGLAND’S TEST CRICKET – COOK’S FAREWELL 

WINTER OLYMPICS

SUPPORTING ACTOR 

Alex Jennings for Unforgotten 

Ben Whishaw for A Very English Scandal – WINNER

Kim Bodnia for Killing Eve 

Stephen Graham for Save Me

SUPPORTING ACTRESS 

Billie Piper for Collateral 

Fiona Shaw for Killing Eve – WINNER

Keeley Hawes for Mrs Wilson

Monica Dolan for A Very English Scandal

VIRGIN MEDIA’S MUST-SEE MOMENT (voted for by the public) 

BODYGUARD: Julia Montague Assassinated 

CORONATION STREET: Gail’s Monologue on the Suicide of Aidan Connor

DOCTOR WHO: Rosa Parks, The Doctor and Her Companions Make Sure Historical Moments Remain

KILLING EVE: Eve Stabs Villanelle

PETER KAY’S CAR SHARE: The Finale

QUEER EYE: Tom Completes His Transformation 

Queer Eye has been nominated for Virgin Media's Must-See Moment

Queer Eye has been nominated for Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment 

BRITISH ACADEMY TELEVISION CRAFT AWARDS

BREAKTHROUGH TALENT sponsored by Sara Putt Associates

Akemnji Ndifornyen (Composer, Producer and Writer) for Famalam – WINNER

Dawn Shadforth (Director) for Trust: Silenzio

Georgia Christou (Writer) Through the Gates: On the Edge

Lizzie Kempton (Director) Manchester Bomb: Our Story

Benedict Cumberbatch is nominated for Leading Actor in Patrick Melrose

Benedict Cumberbatch is nominated for Leading Actor in Patrick Melrose

COSTUME DESIGN sponsored by CARAT* London 

Charlotte Holdich for The Long Song 

Marianne Agertoft for The City and The City 

Phoebe de Gaye for Killing Eve 

Suzanne Cave for A Very English Scandal – WINNER

DIRECTOR: FACTUAL 

Ben Anthony for Grenfell – WINNER

David Soutar, Joe Pearlman for Bros: After the Screaming Stops 

James Rogan for Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation 

Paddy Wivell for Prison

DIRECTOR: FICTION sponsored by 3 Mills Studios 

Harry Bradbeer for Killing Eve (Episode 1) 

Mahalia Belo for The Long Song 

Stephen Frears for A Very English Scandal – WINNER

Thomas Vincent for Bodyguard (Episode 1)

Keeley Hawes is nominated for Leading Actress in Bodyguard

Keeley Hawes is nominated for Leading Actress in Bodyguard

DIRECTOR: MULTI-CAMERA 

Barbara Wiltshire for Inside No.9 Live: Dead Line – WINNER

Bridget Caldwell for The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance 

Julia Knowles, Helen Scott and Simon Staffurth for The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Liz Clare for The Voice UK

EDITING: FACTUAL 

Ben Brown for Grenfell 

Emma Lysaght for Louis Theroux: Altered States (Choosing Death) 

Matt Lowe for Drowning in Plastic 

Will Gilbey for Bros: After the Screaming Stops  – WINNER

EDITING: FICTION  

Gary Dollner for Killing Eve (Episode 1) 

Pia Di Ciaula for A Very English Scandal – WINNER

Steve Singleton for Bodyguard (Episode 1) 

Tony Kearns for Bandersnatch (Black Mirror)

ENTERTAINMENT CRAFT TEAM sponsored by Hotcam 

Dave Davey, David Tench, Dominic Tolfts and Kevin Duff for The Voice UK

Lisa Armstrong, Jason Gilkison, Mark Kenyon and Richard Sillitto for Strictly Come Dancing

Nigel Catmur, David Cole, Kate Dawkins and Kevin Duff for The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance – WINNER

Tim Telling, Tom Neenan, Steve Andrews and Ben Blease for The Mash Report

Hugh Grant is nominated for Leading Actor in A Very English Scandal

Hugh Grant is nominated for Leading Actor in A Very English Scandal

MAKE UP & HAIR DESIGN sponsored by MAC Cosmetics 

Daniel Phillips for A Very English Scandal

Konnie Daniel for Mrs Wilson 

Nicole Stafford for The Little Drummer Girl 

Vickie Lang for Vanity Fair – WINNER

ORIGINAL MUSIC 

Cho Young-Wuk for The Little Drummer Girl 

David Holmes and Keefus Ciancia for Killing Eve – WINNER

Murray Gold for A Very English Scandal 

HAUSCHKA for Patrick Melrose

PHOTOGRAPHY: FACTUAL sponsored by The Farm 

Alastair McCormick, Peter Keith, and Ryan Atkinson for Earth’s Natural Wonders: Surviving Against the Odds 

Jaimie Gramston and Michael Palin in North Korea 

Lindsay McCrae for Dynasties: Emperor – WINNER

Stuart Bernard for The Mighty Redcar

PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION sponsored by ScreenSkills 

Balazs Bolygo for Collateral

James Friend for Patrick Melrose 

Julian Court for Killing Eve (Episode 7) 

Woo-Hyung Kim for The Little Drummer Girl – WINNER

PRODUCTION DESIGN sponsored by Microsoft 

Helen Scott for A Very English Scandal 

Kristian Milsted for Killing Eve 

Maria Djurkovic and Tatiana Macdonald for The Little Drummer Girl 

Tom Burton for Patrick Melrose – WINNER

SOUND: FACTUAL 

Doug Dreger, Rowan Jennings and  Michael Palin in North Korea

Kate Davis, Steve Onopa and Mark Simms for Amy Winehouse: Back to Black (Classic Albums) 

SOUND TEAM Later Live…with Jools Holland – WINNER

Tim Owens, Graham Wild and Kate Hopkins for Dynasties: Chimpanzees

SOUND: FICTION 

SOUND TEAM for A Very English Scandal 

SOUND TEAM for The Little Drummer Girl 

Simon Farmer, Dan Johnson and Marc Lawes for Bodyguard 

SOUND TEAM for Killing Eve – WINNER

SPECIAL, VISUAL & GRAPHIC EFFECTS 

Adam McInnes, John Smith and Kevin Horsewood for Troy: Fall of a City – WINNER

Duncan Malcolm, Jean-Clément Soret and Clayton McDermott for  Bandersnatch (Black Mirror) 

Kent Houston, Freefolk and Asa Shoul for The Alienist (Episode 1)

Simon Frame, Martin Oberlander and Adam Inglis for Britannia

TITLES & GRAPHIC IDENTITY 

Alan Smith and Mark Roalfe for The 2018 Winter Olympics – WINNER

Allison Brownmoore, Anthony Brownmoore and Joe Nowacki for Take Your Pills 

Matt Willey for Killing Eve 

Steve Small, Kristian Andrews and Nikki Kefford-White for Black Earth Rising

WRITER: COMEDY 

Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper for This Country – WINNER

Peter Kay, Sian Gibson and Paul Coleman for Peter Kay’s Car Share: The Finale 

Stefan Golaszewski for Mum 

WRITING TEAM for Cunk on Britain

WRITER: DRAMA 

David Nicholls for Patrick Melrose -WINNER 

Lennie James for Save Me 

Phoebe Waller-Bridge for Killing Eve 

Russell T Davies for A Very English Scandal

 

 

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