Broadcast Digital Awards Nominations 2022

The Broadcast Digital Awards awards celebrate leading digital content from across the UK, recognising and rewarding the most dynamic digital channels and programmes. We are thrilled to announce that the 2022 nominations feature a plethora of projects with UA Clients.


Best Comedy Programme:

Brassic – Created and Written by Danny Brocklehurst, starring Michelle Keegan, Aaron Heffernan, Ed GaughanGeorge Potts and with Costume Design by Angela Billows.

Jerk – Co-created, co-written by, associate produced and stars Tim Renkow.

Ladhood  Created, Written by and Starring Liam Williams, with Kwami Odoom, Anna Crilly, Georgia Hughes and Yasmin Taheri.

Starstruck – Starring Rosie Lou, Saskia Chana, Edited by Chris Watson and Robbie Morrison

Meet the Richardsons - Starring Simon Greenall

The Stand Up Sketch Show – Featuring Bobby Mair and Nigel Ng.


Best Drama Programme:

Annika –  Starring Anna Russell-Martin and Michael Abubakar, with Episode 5 written by Frances Poet, and Episodes 4-6 Directed by Fiona Walton

Landscapers – Starring Olivia ColmanJason Williamson, Costume Design by Charlotte Walter and Production Design by Cristina Casali.

Ragdoll – Starring Angus Wright, with Production Design by Alison Butler, Costume Design by Eleanor Baker and Cast by Suzanne Crowley and Gilly Poole 

The Fear Index – Starring Demetri Goritsas and with Director of Photography Kieran McGuigan.


Best Entertainment Programme:

Life & Rhymes - Hosted by Benjamin Zephaniah

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK - Feat. Michelle Keegan


Best Programme Acquisition:

Smother - Starring Justine Mitchell

Sister Boniface Mysteries - Starring Ellie Piercy 


Best Short Form Scripted

East Mode with Nigel Ng – With Nigel Ng

Please Help – Written by and Starring Lucy Pearman, and featuring David Mumeni

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