BAFTAs: 2010 TV nominees

Being Human, Spooks, The Bill, The Inbetweeners, Qi, The Graham Norton Show and An Englishman in New York are all vying for a 2010 BAFTA.

Britain has nominated its best television shows, up for contention in the 2010 BAFTAs.

The BAFTAs traditionally separates its television and film awards into two events.

Amongst those competing for awards are several shows familiar to Australians including Being Human, Spooks, The Street, The Bill, The Inbetweeners, Peep Show, Qi, Getting On, The Graham Norton Show, An Englishman in New York, That Michell and Webb Look and more.

In its sole international category, the four US shows nominated are Family Guy, Mad Men, Nurse Jackie and True Blood.

The ceremony, hosted by Graham Norton at the London Palladium, is scheduled to air on BBC1 on June 6.

Drama Series:
Being Human
The Street

Drama Serial:
Red Riding
Small Island

Continuing Drama:
The Bill
Coronation Street

Single Drama:
A Short Stay In Switzerland
Five Minutes Of Heaven
The Unloved

Family Guy
Mad Men
Nurse Jackie
True Blood

Comedy Programme:
The Armstrong And Miller Show
The Kevin Bishop Show
Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle
That Mitchell And Webb Look

Situation Comedy:
The Inbetweeners
Peep Show
The Thick of It

Leading Actor:
Kenneth Branagh – Wallander
Brendon Gleeson – Into The Storm
John Hurt – An Englishman In New York
David Oyelowo – Small Island

Leading Actress:
Helena Bonham Carter – Enid
Sophie Okonedo – Mrs Mandela
Julie Walters – A Short Stay In Switzerland
Julie Walters – Mo

Supporting Actor:
Benedict Cumberbatch – Small Island
Tom Hollander – Gracie!
Gary Lewis – Mo
Matthew Macfadyen – Criminal Justice

Supporting Actress:
Rebecca Hall – Red Riding (1974)
Sophie Okonedo – Criminal Justice
Lauren Socha – The Unloved
Imelda Staunton – Cranford

Entertainment Performance:
Stephen Fry – QI
Harry Hill – Harry Hill’s TV Burp
Anthony McPartlin & Declan Donnelly – I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Michael McIntyre – Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow

Female Performance in a Comedy Programme:
Jo Brand – Getting On
Rebecca Front – The Thick Of It
Miranda Hart – Miranda
Joanna Scanlan – Getting On

Male Performance in a Comedy Programme:
Simon Bird – The Inbetweeners
Peter Capaldi – The Thick Of It
Hugh Dennis – Outnumbered Christmas Special
David Mitchell – Peep Show

Entertainment Programme:
Britain’s Got Talent
The Graham Norton Show
Harry Hill’s TV Burp
Newswipe with Charlie Brooker

Factual Series:
Blood, Sweat And Takeaways
The Family
One Born Every Minute
Who Do You Think You Are?

Specialist Factual:
Art Of Russia
Chemistry: A Volatile History
Inside Nature’s Giants

Single Documentary:
Katie: My Beautiful Face
Louis Theroux: A Place For Paedophiles
Tsunami: Caught On Camera

The Choir: Unsung Town
Heston’s Feasts
James May’s Toy Stories
Masterchef: The Professionals

Current Affairs:
Afghanistan: Behind Enemy Lines (Dispatches)
Generation Jihad
Gypsy Child Thieves (This World)
Terror In Mumbai (Dispatches)

News Coverage:
BBC News Channel – The Haiti Earthquake
Channel 4 News – Haiti Earthquake
ITV News at Ten – Haiti
Sky News – Pakistan: Terror’s Frontline

F1 – The Brazilian Grand Prix
FA Cup Final
World Athletics Championships
Uefa Champions League Live

New Media:
Antony Gormley’s One & Other
Life Begins (One Born Every Minute)
Primeval Evolved
Virtual Revolution

Source: BAFTA

11 Responses

  1. I’d love to see wins for The Inbetweeners and Charlie Brooker’s Newswipe. Then again, I think I’d rather just rewatch The Inbetweeners and Newswipe and pretend they’ve gotten the awards.

  2. @ John. Mo is about Mo Mowlam, a much loved MP in the UK who succombed to a brain tumor.

    To my knowledge the best look at Mo Mowlam was in one of Rolf Harris’ Star Portrait’s.

  3. @John, Mo is a tv movie thingy about a British Politician Mo Mowlam, she helped to established the Good Friday agreement in Ireland, she died of brain cancer in 2005. Apparently it’s a good TV movies, well obviously if she’s nominated.

    I agree I hope The Bill wins.

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