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    Inside the FIRST EVER virtual TV BAFTAs: Socially-distanced presenters, no audience, ‘flat’ banter and no after party… yet fans laud all involved for doing their best amid the ‘beautiful mess’ of COVID-19

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    Friday saw the first ever virtual British Academy of Film and Television Awards broadcast on the BBC as the ceremony adapted to COVID-19 precautions.

    Presenters such as David Tennant, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Paul Mescal, Michael Sheen and Stacey Dooley lined up – at a 2 metre distance – to join host of the evening Richard Ayoade on stage for the broadcast, which was filmed in a studio at Television Centre in West London, without the ‘vibe’ of a live audience.

    Stars up for gongs were beamed into the studio from their homes, via Zoom, some dressed up, others dressed down.

    Going solo: Friday saw the first ever virtual British Academy of Film and Television Awards broadcast on the BBC hosted by Richard Ayoade, as the ceremony adapted to COVID-19 precautions

    The change of pace was palpable during the broadcast both in the studio and among those joining in from home. 

    Yet the circumstances allowed host Ayoade and all involved to poke light-hearted fun, with nominee Sian Clifford calling the current health crisis ‘a beautiful mess’ as she accepted her Female Performance In A Comedy Programme.

    Viewers at home headed to Twitter to laud those involved for making the best of a bad situation.

    Normal People stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal strolled on to present the first award, keeping 2m apart, with no audience applause to accompany them.

    ‘Woah! Back it up!’ Ayoade joked, as the pair introduced the nominees.

    On winning her Supporting Actress award for The End Of The F***ing World, Naomi Ackie declared: ‘This makes lockdown so much better!’

    Comedian Greg Davies presented an award and joked with Ayoade that they were ‘collatoral damage’ and that, as soon as pandemic is over Graham Norton will be flown to take over.

    When the Female Comedy award was introduced, the four nominees – Phoebe Waller- Bridge and Sian Clifford for Fleabag, Sarah Kendall for Frayed and Gbemisola Ikumelo for Famalam – were seen on their Zoom screens, pretending to pluck their chins. 

    This clashed slightly with Greg’s attempt at joking around, leading Ayoade to jest sardonically: ‘Zoom is great for banter!’

    After Clifford won, she filmed herself emotionally accepting the gong, notably shaking her camera around. 

    ‘That is why you need camera people! Get a grip!’ Ayoade quipped.

    Jessica Hynes made her way onto the stage to present the gong for Male Performance In A Comedy Programme, threatening to approach Ayoade. ‘Please! I am not wearing a mask!’ he objected.

    The W1A actress went on to describe BAFTA 2020 as ‘extraordinary’, adding: ‘If you want to know what it feels like it’s somewhere between The Hunger Games and jury service!’ 

    Hynes announced Jamie Demetriou was the winner. The actor accepted the award via Zoom, simply stating: ‘This is weird!’

    His show, Stath Lets Flats, also won the Scripted Comedy award. This acceptance speech was pre-made, featuring Demetriou alongside his co-creators, as cartoon animations. 

    Adrian Lester presented the award for Leading Actress, joking to the bare studio: ‘It’s a long time since I played to a place this empty!’

    As the ceremony came to a close, Ayoade rounded things off with the gag: ‘And that was the over-produced Zoom call that was the BAFTAs 2020!’

    BAFTA TV Awards 2020: WINNERS

    COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME    

    The Graham Norton Show

    The Last Leg

    Taskmaster – WINNER

    The Ranganation 

    CURRENT AFFAIRS 

    Growing Up Poor: Britain’s Breadline Kids (Dispatches)

    The Hunt For Jihadi John

    Is Labour Anti-Semitic (Panorama) 

    Undercover: Inside China’s Digital Gulug (Exposure) 

    DRAMA SERIES

    The Crown

    Gentleman Jack

    Giri/Haji

    The End of the F***ing World  

    ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCE  

    Frankie Boyle for Frankie Boyle’s New World Order

    Graham Norton for The Graham Norton Show

    Lee Mack for Would I Lie To You

    Mo Gilligan for The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan – WINNER

    ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME 

    Strictly Come Dancing – WINNER

    The Voice

    The Greatest Dancer

    The Rap Game UK 

    FACTUAL SERIES

    Crime and Punishment

    Leaving Neverland

    Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer

    Our Dementia Choir with Vicky McClure 

    FEATURES  

    The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan – WINNER

    Snackmasters

    Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back

    Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing   

    FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME

    Phoebe Waller- Bridge in Fleabag

    Sarah Kendall in Frayed

    Sian Clifford in Fleabag – WINNER

    Gbemisola Ikumelo in Famalam 

    INTERNATIONAL 

    Succession

    When They See Us

    Euphoria 

    Unbelievable   

    LEADING ACTOR

    Stephen Graham for The Virtues

    Jared Harris for Chernobyl

    Takehiro Hira for Giri/Haji

    Callum Turner for The Capture 

    LEADING ACTRESS 

    Jodie Comer for Killing Eve

    Suranne Jones for Gentleman Jack

    Samantha Morton for I Am Kirsty 

    Glenda Jackson for Elizabeth Is Missing 

    LIVE EVENT 

    Blue Planet Live

    Election 2019 Live: The Results

    Glastonbury 2019

    Operation Live  

    MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME  

    Ncuti Gatwa for Sex Education

    Guz Khan for Man Like Mobeen 

    Youssef Kerkour for Home

    Jamie Demetriou for Stath Lets Flats  

    MINI-SERIES 

    Chernobyl  

    A Confession

    The Virtues 

    The Victim 

    NEWS COVERAGE

    Hong Kong Protests

    ITV News At Ten: Election Results

    Prince Andrew & The Epstein Scandal (Newsnight)

    Victoria Derbyshire: Men who lost loved ones to knife crime  

    REALITY & CONSTRUCTED FACTUAL 

    Celebrity Gogglebox

    Race Across The World – WINNER

    RuPaul’s Drag Race UK

    Harry’s Heroes: The Full English  

    SCRIPTED COMEDY 

    Derry Girls 

    Fleabag

    Derry Girls

    Stath Lets Flats  

    SHORT FORM PROGRAMME 

    Anywhere But Westminster

    Brain In Gear

    Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle 

    toni_with_an_i (Born Digital: First Cuts)  

    SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

    The Abused

    The Family Secret

    The Last Survivors

    David Harewood: Psychosis and Me  

    SINGLE DRAMA 

    Brexit: The Uncivil War

    Elizabeth Is Missing

    The Left Behind

    Responsible Child  

    SOAP & CONTINUING DRAMA  

    Coronation Street

    Casualty

    Holby City 

    Emmerdale 

    SPECIALIST FACTUAL

    8 Days: To The Moon and Back

    Seven Worlds: One Planet

    Thatcher: A Very British Revolution

    Yorkshire Ripper Files: A Very British Crime Story 

    SPORT     

    2019 RUGBY WORLD CUP FINAL: ENGLAND V SOUTH AFRICA 

    ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP FINAL 

    FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2019 SEMI FINAL: ENGLAND V USA 

    WIMBLEDON 2019 MEN’S FINAL   

    SUPPORTING ACTOR 

    Joe Absolom for A Confession

    Josh O’Connor for The Crown 

    Stellan Skarsgard for Chernobyl

    Will Sharpe for Giri/Haji  – WINNER   

    SUPPORTING ACTRESS  

    Helen Behan for The Virtues

    Helena Bonham Carter for The Crown

    Jasmine Jobson for Top Boy

    Naomi Ackie for The End of the F***ing World – WINNER

    VIRGIN MEDIA’S MUST-SEE MOMENT (voted for by the public)  

    CORONATION STREET – The Death of Sinead Osborne 

    FLEABAG – Confessional scene 

    GAME OF THRONES – Arya Kills the Night King 

    GAVIN AND STACEY – Nessa Proposes to Smithy 

    LINE OF DUTY – John Corbett’s Death

    LOVE ISLAND – Michael recouples after Casa Amor 

    BRITISH ACADEMY TELEVISION CRAFT AWARDS

    BREAKTHROUGH TALENT sponsored by Sara Putt Associates 

    Aisling Bea (Writer) for This Way Up

    Aneil Karia (Director) for Pure and Top Boy  

    Laurie Nunn (Writer) for Sex Education 

     Sean Buckley (Writer)  for Responsible Child  

    COSTUME DESIGN

    Caroline McCall for His Dark Materials 

    Joanna Eatwell for Beecham House 

    Michele Clapton for Game of Thrones 

    Odile Dicks-Mireaux for Chernobyl   

    DIRECTOR: FACTUAL     

    Arthur Cary for The Last Survivors 

    Dan Reed for Leaving Neverland 

    Mark Lewis for Don’t F**k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer 

    Robin Barnwell for Undercover: Inside China’s Digital Gulag (Exposure)  

    DIRECTOR: FICTION sponsored by 3 Mills Studios 

    Harry Bradbeer for Fleabag    

    Johan Renck for Chernobyl 

    Shane Meadows for The Virtues 

    Toby Haynes for Brexit: The Uncivil War    

    DIRECTOR: MULTI-CAMERA  

    Bridget Caldwell for The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance  

    Janet Fraser Crook for  Glastonbury 2019 

    Matthew Griffiths for Six Nations 2019 – Wales v England 

    Paul McNamara for ITV Racing: Cheltenham Festival  

    EDITING: FACTUAL 

     Andy R. Worboys for Untouchable: The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein 

    Jules Cornell for  Leaving Neverland 

    Kim Horton for 63 Up

    Michael Harte for Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer   

    EDITING: FICTION   

    Dan Crinnion for Killing Eve (Episode 4)  

    Elen Pierce Lewis for Giri/Haji

    Gary Dollner for Fleabag

    Simon Smith, Jinx Godfrey for Chernobyl   

    ENTERTAINMENT CRAFT TEAM sponsored by Hotcam    

    AMBER RIMELL, BRONSKI, MISTY BUCKLEY, TIM ROUTLEDGE for Glastonbury 2019 (Stormzy) 

    DAVID BISHOP, VICKY GILL, ANDY TAPLEY, PATRICK DOHERTY for Strictly Come Dancing

    MARK BUSK-COWLEY, STEVE KRUGER, IAIN STIRLING, JAMES TINSLEY for Love Island 

    NIGEL CATMUR, PATRICK DOHERTY, KEVIN DUFF, ANDREW STOKES for The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance 

    MAKE UP & HAIR DESIGN sponsored by MAC Cosmetics 

     Daniel Parker, Barrie Gower for Chernobyl

    Inma Azorin for The Trial of Christine Keeler

    Kirstin Chalmers for Catherine The Great

    Loz Schiavo for Peaky Blinders      

    ORIGINAL MUSIC 

    David Holmes and Keefus Ciancia for Killing Eve

    Adrian Johnston for Giri/Haji

    Andrew Phillips for War In The Blood

    Hildur Guðnadóttir for Chernobyl   

    PHOTOGRAPHY: FACTUAL sponsored by The Farm   

    BERTIE GREGORY, HOWARD BOURNE, JOHN SHIER for Seven Worlds, One Planet

    DOUG ANDERSON, ROGER HORROCKS, GAVIN THURSTON for Our Planet (Coastal Seas) 

    JAMIE MCPHERSON, HECTOR SKEVINGTON-POSTLES, BARRIE BRITTON for Our Planet (Frozen Worlds) 

    PATRICK SMITH, NEIL HARVEY for Untouchable: The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein  

    PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION sponsored by ScreenSkills 

    Adriano Goldman for The Crown

    Jakob Ihre for Chernobyl

    Joe Anderson for Top Boy

    Suzie Lavelle for His Dark Materials    

    PRODUCTION DESIGN sponsored by Microsoft 

     Laurence Dorman for Killing Eve 

    Luke Hull, Claire Levinson-Gendler for Chernobyl

    Martin Childs, Alison Harvey for The Crown

    Samantha Harley, Miri Katz for Sex Education    

    SCRIPTED CASTING sponsored by Spotlight

    Des Hamilton for Top Boy

    Lauren Evans for Sex Education

    Nina Gold, Robert Sterne for Chernobyl

    Yoko Narahashi, Shaheen Baig, Layla Merrick-Wolf for Giri/Haji   

    SOUND: FACTUAL   

    Graham Wild, Kate Hopkins for Seven Worlds, One Planet 

    Graham Wild, Kate Hopkins, Tim Owens for Our Planet (One Planet) 

    Nick Fry, Steve Speed, James Evans, Nick Adams for Formula 1: Drive to Survive 

    SOUND TEAM for Battle of the Brass Bands  

    SOUND: FICTION    

    Dillon Bennett, Jon Thomas, Gareth Bull, James Ridgeway for His Dark Materials 

    Ian Wilkinson, Lee Walpoke, Fraser Barber, Stuart Hilliker for A Christmas Carol  

    Stefan Henrix, Joe Beal, Stuart Hilliker, Vincent Piponnier for Chernobyl 

    SOUND TEAM for The Crown 

    SPECIAL, VISUAL & GRAPHIC EFFECTS  

    Ben Turner, Chris Reynolds, Asa Shoul for The Crown

    Framestore, Painting Practice, Real SFX, Russell Dodgson for His Dark Materials   

    Lindsay McFarlane, Claudius Christian Rauch, Jean-Clement Soret, DNEG for Chernobyl 

    Milk Visual Effects, Gareth Spensley, Real SFX for Good Omens    

    TITLES & GRAPHIC IDENTITY 

     Alex Maclean for The Durrells 

    Elastic for Catherine the Great

    Elastic, Painting Practice for His Dark Materials 

    Light Creative for Ghosts  

    WRITER: COMEDY 

    Danny Brocklehurst for Brassic

    Phoebe Waller- Bridge for Fleabag

    Jamie Demetriou for Stath Let Flats

    Sam Leifer, Tom Basden for Plebs  

    WRITER: DRAMA     

    Charlie Covell for The End of the F***ing World 

    Craig Mazin for  Chernobyl 

    Jesse Armstrong for Succession 

    Shane Meadows, Jack Thorne for The Virtues – Warp Films, Big Arty Productions/Channel 4

     

    Acclaimed: Chernobyl - starring Jared Harris and Stellan Skarsgard - has scored 14 nods

    Acclaimed: Chernobyl – starring Jared Harris and Stellan Skarsgard – has scored 14 nods 

     

     

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