BAFTA 2009: TV nominees

By David Knox on March 25, 2009 / Filed Under News 6

whottThe British Academy Television Awards has announced its 2009 nominees. The BAFTAs always separates its film and television awards. This year the TV gongs will be held on April 26.

Best Actor
Stephen Dillane – The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall (C4)
Jason Isaacs – The Curse of Steptoe (BBC Four)
Ken Stott – Hancock and Joan (BBC Four)
Ben Whishaw – Criminal Justice (BBC One)

Best Actress
June Brown – EastEnders (BBC One)
Anna Maxwell Martin – Poppy Shakespeare (C4)
Maxine Peake – Hancock and Joan (BBC Four)
Andrea Riseborough – Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley (BBC Four)

Best Entertainment Performance
Stephen Fry – QI (BBC Two)
Harry Hill – Harry Hill’s TV Burp (ITV1)
Anthony McPartlin & Declan Donnelly – I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! (ITV1)
Jonathan Ross – Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (BBC One)

Best Comedy Performance
Rob Brydon – Gavin & Stacey (BBC Three)
Sharon Horgan – Pulling (BBC Three)
David Mitchell – Peep Show (C4)
Claire Skinner – Outnumbered (BBC One)

Best Single Drama
Einstein and Eddington (BBC Two/Company Pictures)
Hancock and Joan (BBC Four/World Productions)
The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall (C4/TalkbackTHAMES)
White Girl (BBC Two/Tiger Aspect Productions)

Best Drama Series
Doctor Who (BBC One/BBC Productions)
Shameless (C4/Company Pictures)
Spooks (BBC One/Kudos Film and Television)
Wallander (BBC One/Left Bank Pictures)

Best Drama Serial
Criminal Justice (BBC One/BBC Productions)
Dead Set (C4/A Zeppotron Production)
The Devil’s Whore (C4/Company Pictures & Power)
House of Saddam (BBC Two/BBC Productions & HBO)

Best Continuing Drama
The Bill (ITV1/TalkbackTHAMES)
Casualty (BBC One/BBC Productions)
EastEnders (BBC One/BBC Productions)
Emmerdale (ITV1/ITV Studios)

Best International
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (More4/MTV Networks)
Dexter (ITV1/John Goldwyn Productions)
Mad Men (BBC Four/AMC)
The Wire (FX/Blown Down Productions/HBO/FX)

Best Factual Series
Amazon with Bruce Parry (BBC Two/Indus Films & Endeavour Productions)
Blood Sweat and T-Shirts (BBC Three/Ricochet)
The Family (C4/Firefly Films)
Ross Kemp in Afghanistan (SKY1/Tiger Aspect )

Source: Digital Spy

6 Comments »

  1. redlum74 April 22, 2009 at 3:37 pm -

    Much as I like Dr Who, I’d love to see Spooks win best drama series – S6 & S7 were fantastic.

    It’d be nice if one of the tv stations bothered to show the BAFTAs – but there’s not enough American content for it to qualify for our screens I guess…

  2. Matthew See March 26, 2009 at 10:44 am -

    The nomination for Doctor Who is well deserved.

  3. Andy March 25, 2009 at 9:55 pm -

    How could Catherine Tate have missed out on a nomination, given her wonderful performance as Donna in Doctor Who?

  4. slowlylu March 25, 2009 at 2:50 pm -

    I’ve heard that it’s interesting to note that BBC3 in the UK have just decided to rebroadcast all of The Wire after Sky’s original broadcast. There’s something to be said for those limeys.
    Perhaps Nine will add it to their “Entertainment” inventory. ;-)

  5. Simon B March 25, 2009 at 2:11 pm -

    slowlylu – I second that. The Wire deserved far more award recognition than it got. Season 5′s great by the way, a fitting conclusion.

  6. slowlylu March 25, 2009 at 12:38 pm -

    Nice to see The Wire get some recognition. Season 1 – 4 were awesomeand am waiting for Season 5 from Amazon

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