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The British Academy Television Awards are presented in an annual award show hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). They have been awarded annually since 1998, before this period they were awarded during the same ceremony as the BAFTA film awards.
The British Academy Television Awards takes place at the iconic Royal Festival Hall, on Sunday 8 May, with Graham Norton returning as host for the evening. It's a battle of the dramas as Wolf Hall leads with four nominations, while This is England '90, trails closely behind with three nominations
Sheridan Smith and Ben Whishaw, who both previously won their Leading Actor and Actress awards in 2013 for Mrs Biggs and The Hollow Crown: Richard II respectively, are both nominated again this year for the same categories, while Idris Elba and Mark Rylance face off again, having both been nominated in the same category in the film awards.
Sir Ian McKellen and singer Adele receive their first Bafta television nomination, along with all four Supporting Actress nominees; Chanel Cresswell, Eleanor Worthington-Cox, Lesley Manville and Michelle Gomez.
Singer-songwriter Elle King will grace the red carpet before the ceremony begins to perform her hit single Ex's & Oh's, marking a first for the Bafta Television Awards.
Sue Perkins hosts the British Academy Television Awards at the Royal Festival Hall in London. The evening kicks off on the red carpet as the stars arrive for the most prestigious TV awards ceremony of the year. Nominees include Clare Foy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Olivia Coleman, Adeel Akhtar, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Tom Hollander, Sarah Lancashire and Steve Coogan, with programmes including The Crown, Planet Earth II, The Last Leg, People Just Do Nothing, The Real Marigold Hotel and Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.
Highlights from the British Academy Television Awards, hosted by Sue Perkins at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Nominees include Claire Foy, Thandie Newton, Michael McIntyre, Graham Norton, Adrian Dunbar and Anna Friel. Nominated programmes include This Country, The Crown, Line of Duty, Blue Planet II and Peaky Blinders.
The Bafta Television Awards are back, with Graham Norton returning to host TV's most prestigious award ceremony of the year. This year will see some of the biggest names of the small screen walk the carpet at The Royal Festival Hall before winners are announced, and masks are in hand.
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