Awards 2020 shortlist

The shortlists for the Awards 2020 have been revealed and we're delighted to have a wealth of UA clients nominated. 

Best New TV Sitcom

The Duchess - Written, Executive Produced by and starring Katherine RyanThe series stars Rory Keenan, Michelle De Swarte and Linda Marlowe.

King Gary - Starring Dustin Demri-Burns

Mandy - Starring, Written and Directed by Diane Morgan. Also starring, David BradleyTony Way and Jackie Clune

Truth Seekers - Directed by Jim Field Smith, the series stars Kate NashDustin Demri-Burns, Produced by Richard Webb and with episodes 2, 4, 5 and 7 Edited by Steve Ackroyd


Best Returning TV Sitcom

After Life - Created, Directed, Written by and starring Ricky Gervais. The Series stars Diane MorganTony WayBrian GittinsDavid BradleyDavid EarlColin HoultTom Bennett, Seb Cardinal, Produced by Charlie Hanson and Edited by Jo Walker

Ghosts - Starring Neil Edmond, Jackie Clune and Colin Hoult

The Goes Wrong Show - Written by and starring Henry Lewis, Henry Shields and Jonathan Sayer


Best Radio Sitcom

Ed Reardon's Week - Starring Barunka O'Shaughnessy

Michael Spicer: Before Next Door - Produced by Matt Tiller

The Missing Hancocks - with Simon Greenall 

Thanks A Lot Milton Jones! -  Written by Dan Evans


Best TV Sketch Show

The Emily Atack Show - with writing from Sarah Morgan and Hannah George, and features Colin Hoult, Barney Fishwick and Cam Spence

Famalam - Starring Kieran Hodgson 

Horrible Histories - with writing from and starring James McNicholas, also starring Michael Abubakar, Harrie Hayes and Ellie White

Spitting Image - with writing from Bert Tyler MooreJason Hazeley and with the late George Jeffrie as Consultant Producer. 

The Stand Up Sketch Show - Featuring Harriet Kemsley, Bobby Mair, Lloyd Griffith and Georgia Maguire


Best Radio Sketch Show

Dead Ringers - With writing from Tom Jamieson and Nev Fountain


Best TV Panel Show

8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown - With Susie Dent residing in the dictionary corner

The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year - with Rob Brydon and Katherine Ryan

QI - with panelist Alan Davies

Mock The Week​ - feat. Rhys James and Nigel Ng

Would I Lie To You? - With host Rob Brydon and with writing from Steve Burge


Best TV Entertainment Show

Charlie Brooker's Antiviral Wipe - with writing from Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris, and featuring Diane Morgan

Taskmaster - with Katherine Parkinson


Best TV Comedy Drama​

Cold Feet - Starring Ceallach Spellman and with Director of Photography David Marsh

Inside No. 9 - Starring Ralf Little and Edited by Joe Randall-Cutler

Last Tango In Halifax - Starring Rachel Leskovac

Sex Education - Starring Mimi KeeneLino FacioliChris JenksJim HowickGeorge RobinsonCatriona KnoxSamuel Jordan, Production Design by Samantha Harley, Costume Design by Rosa Dias and with episodes 1 2 and 7 Edited by Steve Ackroyd.

Worzel Gummidge - Starring Spencer Jones and with Director of Photography John Sorapure

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