BAFTA TV Nominations 2022

The nominations for this years BAFTA TV Awards are out and we are beyond proud to have a wealth of UA talent nominated. 

Leading Actress:

Kate Winslet - Mare of Easttown


Supporting Actor:

David CarlyleIt's A Sin 


Male performance in a comedy programme:

Jamie DemetriouStath Lets Flats

Tim Renkow - Jerk


Female performance in a comedy programme:

Natasia Demetriou - Stath Lets Flats


Drama Series:

In My Skin – Starring Ellen Robertson and James Wilbraham, with Editor Joe Randall-Cutler & Director of Photography Christopher Sabogal

Manhunt: The Night Stalker – Written by Ed Whitmore, starring Charlotte EmmersonAshley Zhangazha with Music by Niall Byrne

Unforgotten – Starring Sanjeev BhaskarJordan Long, Gabrielle Glaister, with Director of Photography Søren Bay DFF and Costume Design by Eleanor Baker

Vigil - Created and Written by Tom Edge, Directed by James Strong, with Episodes 2&5 Edited by Nikki McChristie


Single drama

Death of England: Face to Face - With Production Designer Samantha Harley 

I Am Victoria - Edited by David Charap

Together - Starring James McAvoy, Sharon Horgan and Costume Design by Natalie Ward.



It's A Sin - Starring David CarlyleShaun DooleyLloyd Griffith, Costume by Ian Fulcher, Choreography by Sammy Murray and Intimacy Co-Ordinator David Thackeray.

Landscapers - Starring Olivia Colman, Jason Williamson, Costume Design by Charlotte Walter, Music by Arthur Sharpe and Production Design by Cristina Casali.

Stephen – Starring Esther HallNancy CarrollRob OstlereJackie Clune, Kent Riley and Rebecca Lacey

Time - Directed by Lewis Arnold, starring Brian McCardie


Soap and continuing drama:

Casualty - Starring George RainsfordWriting from Colin Bytheway, Rachel Harper and Toby Walton, with Directors George C. SiougasThomas Hescott​ and Ruth Carney

Coronation Street – With Jane DansonBen Price, Julia GouldingAntony CottonRuxandra PorojnicuRachel Leskovac, and Tony Maudsley, with Senior Storyline Writer Martin Sterling, and Writing by John KerrElla Carmen Greenhill and David Isaac with Episodes Directed by George Siougas.

Emmerdale – With Bhasker PatelAnna NightingaleLawrence RobbAmelia Curtis, and with Episodes Directed by George Siougas and Ruth Carney

Holby City -Starring Kaye Wragg and Dawn Steele, with writing by Sophia Leonie, Kat Martin and with episodes directed by Martin Smith.



Mare of Easttown - Kate Winslet


Entertainment Programme:

Life & Rhymes - Hosted by Benjamin Zephaniah


Scripted Comedy:

Alma's Not Normal - Starring James Baxter, with Hair & Make-up Design by Adele Firth

Motherland - Starring Anna Maxwell Martin, Lucy Punch and Diane Morgan, Created, written & executive produced by Sharon Horgan, co-written by Barunka O’Shaughnessy and Hair and Make-up Design by Vanessa White.

Stath Lets Flats - Created by, written and starring Jamie Demetriou, with Natasia Demetriou, David Mumeni, Nick Mohammed, and Ellie White, Production Design by Hannah Purdy Foggin.

We Are Lady Parts - Starring Faith Omole and Sarah Kameela Impey, Edited by Robbie Morrison, Director of Photography Diana Olifirova



The Great British Sewing Bee - With judges Esme Young and Patrick Grant

Factual series

The Detectives: Fighting Organised Crime - Narrated by Shaun Dooley


Moneybags - Hosted by Craig Charles

Steph's Packed Lunch - Hosted by Steph McGovern, with reg. Marcus Brigstock


Short-form programme:

Please Help - Written by and Starring Lucy Pearman, with David Mumeni


Writer: Comedy:

Stephen Merchant - The Outlaws


Costume Design:

Adam Howe - The Serpent (Episode 1)

Ian Fulcher - A Very British Scandal


Director: Fiction

Lewis Arnold - Time


Editing: Fiction

Andrew John McClelland  - Line Of Duty 


Emerging Talent: Fiction 

Adjani Salmon (Writer) - Dreaming Whilst Black

Runyararo Mapfumo (Director) - Sex Education 


Original Music 

 Arthur Sharpe- Landscapers

Carly Paradis - Line Of Duty


Photography and Lighting: Fiction

James Friend - Your Honor


Production Design

Cristina Casali - Landscapers

Cristina Casali - The Pursuit Of Love

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