National Television Awards Nominations 2021

The 2021 National Television Awards Nominations have been revealed and we are thrilled to have so many shows that feature our clients nominated!



Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins – Narrated by Shaun Dooley.

The Great British Sewing Bee – With Judges Esme Young and Patrick Grant.



Ru Paul's Drag Race UK - with lead writer Christian Manley.



Bridgerton – Starring Phoebe Dynevor, Hugh SachsLorn Macdonald Jessica Madsen​Matthew CottleGeraldine Alexander​ with Choreography by Jack Murphy, with second unit Director of Photography Mark Nutkins.

Des – Co-created Lewis Arnold, Starring Jason Watkins, Jonathan Coy, Neil Edmond, Lex Shrapnel, Tony Way and Ben Bailey Smith.

It’s A Sin – Starring David Carlyle, Shaun Dooley, Lloyd Griffith, Costume by Ian Fulcher, Choreography by Sammy Murray and Intimacy Co-Ordinator David Thackeray.

Normal People – Co-Written by Alice Birch, starring Sarah GreeneConor Mullen and wonderfully Cast by Louise Kiely​ CDG.



Kate Garraway: Finding Derek



Call the Midwife – With Annabelle ApsionMiriam Margolyes OBE and Episodes Directed by Thomas Hescott

Line of Duty –  Starring Anna Maxwell Martin, Patrick Baladi, with Episodes 5,6 and 7 Directed by Jennie Darnell, Episodes 1,2 and 5 and 6 Edited by Andrew McClelland and with Music by Carly Paradis.

The Crown – Starring Olivia ColmanEmerald FennellNancy CarrollPenny DownieBenjamin Zephaniah​Richard Roxburghwith Episode 2 Edited by Simon Brasse and Episode 10 Edited by Celia Haining.

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



Coronation Street – With Jane Danson, Ben PriceJulia GouldingAntony Cotton, Ruxandra Porojnicu, Rachel 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.

EastEnders – Starring Stevie Basaula, with Writing from Dana FainaruLauren KleeNatalie Mitchell  and Mark Stevenson, with Directors Sarah EsdaileGeorge Siougas and Toby Frow.

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

Hollyoaks – With Director George Siougas.



After Life – Created, Directed, Written by and Starring Ricky Gervais. Starring Diane MorganTony Way David BradleyDavid EarlColin HoultTom Bennett, Andrew Brooke, Produced by Charlie Hanson and Edited by Jo Walker

Sex Education – Starring Lino FacioliMimi KeeneChris JenksJim HowickGeorge RobinsonCatriona KnoxSamuel Jordan, Production Design by Samantha Harley, Costume Design by Rosa Dias, with Episodes 1 2 and 7 Edited by Steve Ackroyd and Intimacy Co-ordination by David Thackeray.

The Vicar of DibleyDawn French.


The winners will be announced on September 9th. Best of luck to everyone nominated! 


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