Graham Norton presents Britain’s biggest night of TV honours. Again, it isn’t a live ceremony, but it is still an … [ Read More ]
Mexican drama Roma won “Best Film” and “Best Director” in this year’s BAFTAs.
Joanna Lumley returns as host of this year’s BAFTAs.
Period comedy The Favourite has been nominated for 12 BAFTAs this year, including “Best Film”, “Best Director” and “Leading Actress”.
BBC Three sitcom This Country was the only show in last night’s BAFTAs to win more than one award.
Sue Perkins acts as host for tonight’s ceremony honour the best of British TV.
Line of Duty leads this year’s BAFTA TV nominations, being up for four awards.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won five BAFTAs at this years ceremony.
Joanna Lumley is the new host of the film awards. Whether British talent will shine through in this year’s awards … [ Read More ]
The Shape of Water leads, taking 12 nominations.
In a special two-hour long programme for BAFTA, that most high-brow of television presenters looks at the history of British … [ Read More ]
Sir Lenny Henry has been part of British TV since the 1970s when he won talent show New Faces in … [ Read More ]
The winners of this year’s BAFTA TV Awards have been announced, presented by Graham Norton, where a wide range of … [ Read More ]
On Wednesday 8 January, actors Helen McCrory and Luke Evans joined BAFTA’s Chairman John Willis to announce the nominations for … [ Read More ]
How do screenwriters begin a new project? BAFTA have spoke to a range of leading experts who offer insights into … [ Read More ]
To the delight of about twenty recession proof households in SW10, Made in Chelsea can now be prefixed with “award-winning.” … [ Read More ]
Charlie Brooker is to return to television with a series of topical half-hour shows for BBC2. The new series, which … [ Read More ]