21 April 2008

"Nice to see you...": The Television BAFTAs

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts held their annual awards for the best British television last night and the big winners were Harry Hill's TV Burp, a show that's been going for seven years and is now beating the "big" Saturday night reality shows such as I'll Do Anything in the ratings, and BBC Three sit-com Gavin and Stacey. The later won the only award voted for by the viewers, so it's done very well for a multi-channel show. Bruce Forsyth won the top prize of the BAFTA Fellowship in the year he turned 80, most of which he has spent on TV, with a recent resurgence due to Strictly Come Dancing.


Actor
Andrew Garfield - Boy A - Channel 4

Actress
Eileen Atkins - Cranford - BBC One

Entertainment Performance
Harry Hill - Harry Hill's TV Burp - ITV1

Comedy Performance
James Corden - Gavin and Stacey

Drama Series
The Street - BBC One/Granada Productions

Drama Serial
Britz

Continuing Drama
Holby City - BBC One/BBC Drama Productions

Factual series
The Tower: A Tale of Two Cities - BBC One/BBC Specialist

Factual
Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain - BBC Two/BBC

Features
Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares - Channel 4/ Optomen Television

Current affairs
China’s stolen children – a Dispatches special Channel 4/True Vision

News coverage
Sky News Glasgow Airport attack

Entertainment programme
Harry Hill's TV Burp - ITV1/Avalon Television Ltd

Comedy programme
Fonejacker - Channel 4/Hat Trick Productions Ltd

Situation comedy
Peep Show - Channel 4/Objective Productions

Sky+ Audience award for the Programme of the Year
Gavin & Stacey

BAFTA Fellowship
Bruce Forsyth

1 comment:

Eamon said...

Forsyth is great. He is 80 and still has the sparkle of an 18 year old.