The Broadcast Awards is the most hotly anticipated event in the television industry calendar, celebrating the very best in British programming and channels. We are thrilled to announce that the 2020 nominations feature a plethora of projects with UA Clients.
Best Children’s Programme:
Horrible Histories - Starring Harrie Hayes and Michael Abubakar.
The Athena - written by Sarah Morgan and stars Kwami Odoom and Produced by Paul Mckenzie.
Jamie Johnson Phoenix Reunited - Written by Shaun Duggan.
Best Comedy Programme:
Derry Girls - Written and created by Lisa McGee, directed by Michael Lennox, Co-edited by Joe Randall-Cutler and stars Claire Rafferty and Michael Shea.
Fleabag - Starring Sian Clifford, Andrew Scott, Olivia Colman. Directed by Harry Bradbeer, edited by Gary Dollner and with Costume Design by Ray Holman.
Inside No. 9 Live 'Dead Line' - Production Design by Simon Rogers.
Mum - Created and Written by Stefan Golaszewski and stars Aaron Heffernan.
Stath Lets Flats - created, written by and starring Jamie Demetriou, with Natasia Demetriou, Dustin Demri-Burns, Ellie White, Nick Mohammed David Mumeni and Production Design by Hannah Purdy Foggin.
This Time with Alan Partridge - with Jamie Demetriou, Ellie White, Seb Cardinal and Aaron Heffernan.
Best Drama Series or Serial:
A Confession - Created and Written by Jeff Pope, stars Rachel Shenton, Lisa Faulkner, Chris Fulford, Jim Piddock, Joe Dixon, Chris Coghill, Dominic Tighe, Florence Howard, Edited by James Taylor and Music by Niall Byrne.
Chernobyl - with Jessie Buckley, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Gerard Kearns, Ian Pirie, James Cosmo, and with Prosthetic Make up Artist Lucy Sibbick.
Peaky Blinders - created and written by Steven Knight and stars Harry Kirton, Natasha O'Keeffe, Benjamin Zephaniah and Elliot Levey. With Production Design by Nicole Northridge and cinematography by Si Bell.
The Cry - with Emma King, Shauna Macdonald, Sophie Kennedy Clark and David Elliot, and Director of Photography Sam Chiplin.
The Virtues - Costume design by Adam Howe and Director of Photography Nick Gillespie.
Top Boy - with Clare-Hope Ashitey, Josh Collins and Production Design by Carly Reddin.
Best Multichannel Programme:
There She Goes - Exec produced by Sharon Horgan and stars Yasmine Akram.
Best Music Programme:
The BRIT Awards 2019 with Mastercard - hosted by Jack Whitehall and Freddie Waters directed the opening BRYT Festival video.
Best Single Drama:
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch - starring Ellie Piercy, Craig Parkinson, Catriona Knox and Production Design by Catrin Meredydd.
Brexit: The Uncivil War - with Simon Paisley Day, Edited by Matthew Cannings, Production Design by Ed Turner and with Director of Photography Danny Cohen BSC, Costume Design by Matt Price and Hair and Make-up design by Angie Mudge.
Doing Money - Director of Photography Neus Olle.
I am Kirsty - Edited by David Charap.
Best Soap/Continuing Drama:
Casualty - with George Rainsford and Uriel Emil, with writing from Dana Fainaru and Colin Bytheway.
Coronation Street - with Catherine Tyldesley, Jane Danson, Lucy Fallon, Antony Cotton, with senior storyline writer Martin Sterling, and writing by John Kerr, Ella Carmen Greenhill and David Isaac.
EastEnders - featuring Tom Rasmussen, with writing from Lauren Klee, Natalie Mitchell and Mark Stevenson, with directors Thomas Hescott, Sarah Esdaile, Toby Frow and Jennie Darnell.Emmerdale - starring Charley Webb and Bhasker Patel.
Hollyoaks - with Moya Brady, writing from Amrou Al-Kadhi and director George Siougas.
Holby City - wiith Kaye Wragg, Dawn Steele, Sophie Harkness with episodes directed by Thomas Hescott.
International Programme Sales:
Butterfly - with Director of Photography Si Bell.
Patrick Melrose - with Elizabeth Berrington, Celia Imrie, Nancy Crane, Georgia Maguire and Director of Photography James Friend.
Years and Years - With Episodes directed by Lisa Mulcahy, with production design by Ed Turner, director of photography Tony Slater Ling BSC on eps 1-4 and hair & make-up design by Nic Collins.
Best Original Programme
I Am Nicola - Edited by David Charap.
The winners will be announced at this years' ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House on 5th February.