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very warm welcome to this year’s British Academy Children’s Awards, our annual celebration of excellence in children’s media. Congratulations to all those nominated this evening. Children’s media continues to be a hotbed of creativity and innovation, and we’re proud to shine a light on the extraordinary talent working in this field. Your vital work continues to make a huge difference to the lives of young people who enjoy your wonderful creations each and every day. Just as children’s media evolves, so too must BAFTA’s Awards. As such, we have added several new categories to the Children’s Awards this year, reflecting new developments in the industry and the breadth of excellent content now available to young audiences. This includes a Young Performer category for under-18s, giving us the opportunity to highlight the incredible contribution that young people themselves are making to children’s programming. The addition of a new Director category also provides greater visibility for the importance of this craft in children’s media. In addition to our Awards, our year-round programme of learning events and initiatives for young people – BAFTA Kids – helps children discover amazing new content and maybe even a possible future career path. We’re delighted to have seen so much enthusiasm for children’s media reflected in the popularity of our BAFTA Kids events this year. With a greater focus on bringing these events outside of London, we’re also proud to have been able to reach even more young people across the country, allowing us to inspire as many children as possible. Each of those honoured in the Children’s Awards tonight is an inspirational figure, not just among their peers but also crucially for the next generation of talent. I’m sure we can all remember the enormous impact our favourite films, games and television programmes made on us in our youth, and your creations will undoubtedly become a treasured part of so many childhoods. If children’s media is to continue to ignite the same passion in future generations, BAFTA must continue to do its work. With your support, our activity can reach beyond the Awards to create opportunities for young people in the long-term. We still need to raise funds to help us achieve this, so if you can support us in any way, please do get in touch. Have a wonderful evening. ¥

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an amazing experience and I would recommend it to anyone.” Tianna, the inaugural winner of the competition in 2016, has also been busy, co-hosting a number of events for the charity Action for Children’s Arts. Tianna, Braydon and 2017 runner-ups Harrison, Jess, Kade and Olly have fronted many of our BAFTA Kids’ children’s media preview events and reports for our YouTube channel and baftakids.org throughout 2018. We’ve held more previews than ever before this year, including showcases for Katy, Jamie Johnson, Joe All Alone, Free Rein, Apple & Onion, Cartoon Network’s 25th anniversary (in October) and many more. This year’s Young Presenter competition was a little different: Warner Bros’ Twenty Twenty Productions filmed the final casting session for ITV’s The Big Audition, a brand new factual entertainment

hat did you do for your ninth birthday? Chances are you can’t remember. But one young lad who will never forget his ninth is Braydon, the second winner of BAFTA’s annual Young Presenter competition: he spent his birthday in the presence of HRH The Duke of Cambridge at a special BAFTA fundraising event, where he not only met BAFTA’s royal president but also interviewed actor Tom Hiddleston and presenter Dermot O’Leary for our BAFTA Kids channel. Quite a night, but one that Braydon handled with supreme alacrity, showing a maturity beyond his years – no wonder that he’s recently been signed to an agency and is now reporting for Sky Kids’ new show FYI. “I’ve had a brilliant time with BAFTA Kids since winning in 2017,” Braydon said. “I’ve met lots of great people... I still get very nervous but this has been

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Now in its third year, BAFTA Kids’ Young Presenter competition continues to grow in stature and merit. Here, we look at the ongoing activities of the competition’s trio of winners, as well as BAFTA Kids’ other inspirational enterprises in 2018. word s : toby we idmann


series that goes behind the scenes of the casting world. If you were among the 1.5 million viewers who tuned into the episode on 26 October, you will have seen 13-year-old Daniel, from Chesterfield, join Tianna and Braydon as a winner of the competition. You may have met Daniel on the red carpet outside, but if not he will be co-presenting an award this evening as part of his prize. He’s Daniel, Young Presenter already had his first taster of what’s to come as the competition’s latest winner, interviewing winner 2018 Richard Madely, Judy Finnigan and Alan Carr at BAFTA’s special tribute event for This Morning, as Much like the introduction of the new Young well as visiting the sets of Scrambled and the BAFTA- Performer category at this year’s Awards, the Young nominated So Awkward. Presenter competition plays a key part in BAFTA’s “It still hasn’t sunk in that I’ve won,” says Daniel. engagement with children and young people, giving “I’m just an ordinary kid. I never expected to have them the chance to take a deeper interest in how this amazing opportunity. I am looking forward to their favourite films, games and television shows are going behind the scenes of TV shows and finding made. Ofcom research published in November 2017 out what happens off camera and what it takes to underlined how vital it is to provide similarly aged make a television programme. I’d like to meet lots of role models for child viewers, reporting that more interesting people: not just the celebrities but all the than half of 12 t0 15-year-olds (53 per cent) thought people behind the scenes, too.” it was important to watch programmes that included people their age. BAFTA’s activities include the aforementioned previews, the Young Game Designers (YGD) competition, events (including our hugely popular roadshows), hospice screenings and more. They allow us to enthuse young minds through providing unique access to award-winning talent and programming, inspiring them to consider a role in our industries in the future. Two events in 2018 particularly stand out. First, for the second year running, 1,000 school children descended on London’s Alexandra Palace in June for a full day of fun-packed activities, which included special masterclasses, music, stunts, live discussions and competitions to explore the various creative roles within children’s media. The event was hosted by Lindsey Russell (Blue Peter ), Ed Petrie (All Over the Place) and Naomi Wilkinson (Naomi’s Nightmares of Nature) and featured a selection of industry professionals and BAFTA-winning talent sharing their knowledge and artistry.

“I’m just an ordinary kid. I never expected to have this amazing opportunity.”

Opposite page: BAFTA Young Presenter competition winner 2017 Braydon meets BAFTA’s president. This page, top: The Young Presenter 2018 finalists on ITV’s The Big Audition, including eventual winner, Daniel ( back row, second from right); Left: BAFTA Kids returned to Alexandra Palace for the second year running

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Then, BAFTA Kids took over the Scottish Isle of Arran for a day in September. This bespoke event saw all seven primary schools on the island come together at the local high school for workshops and masterclasses, hosted by Lindsey Russell and Ben Shires (Official Amazing), with guest speaker Joshua Davidson (Night Zookeeper). Finally, it would be remiss not to mention BAFTA Kids’ ongoing partnership with children’s mental health charity Place2Be. Now in its second year (and already extended into 2019), this partnership saw the BAFTA Kids Roadshow visit 12 schools supported by Place2Be all over the UK, from Ayrshire to Margate. Working with Place2Be, we created a new competition for Children’s Mental Health Week in February with the theme of ‘Being Ourselves’ – while we may be similar to our family and friends, there are things that make us individual, too. The competition encouraged children to rejoice these differences by drawing a ‘selfie’ and writing a few lines about why it’s good to celebrate ‘being ourselves’. Twelve winners then had their selfies made into a stunning animated short by the BAFTA-winning studio Karrot Entertainment, creators of Sarah & Duck, which has played at all our BAFTA Kids Roadshows since. If you haven’t seen it yet, we highly recommend you watch it on YouTube (search: ‘Being Ourselves’) – it’s really rather wonderful. It’s been a busy but rewarding year for BAFTA Kids, one that has seen us visit more places outside of the capital than ever before. If you would like to keep track of all our work supporting children’s media, then please sign up to our specially tailored Spotlight on Children’s Media newsletter. For more, visit: bit.ly/spotlightchildrens. ¥

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Above: The BAFTA Kids Roadshow with Place2Be visits St John’s Primary School in Steveston, Ayrshire; Left: Learning the art of foley with School of Noise at Belfast’s Cinemagic. Opposite page: BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing 2018 finalists (from left) Nicholas Davies, Jessica Lambert and Mohamed Osman


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AFTA continues to work with the industry for the industry. For instance, our new writing competition with Rocliffe is a long-running initiative that aims to give a platform to undiscovered screenwriters and help them develop their careers. We first introduced a Rocliffe writing competition for ChildrenÕs Media in 2014, supported by the London Book Fair. However, in 2018, we added Young Adult (YA ) to the entry criteria, so the competition officially celebrates writers of YA & ChildrenÕs Media. We also partnered with Eastside Educational Trust on a pilot scheme to specifically identify and nurture writing talent from the under-20s. In September, we held a showcase of extracts from three new works: Casador by Jessica Lambert; Porth Lllwyd Episode 1: Òthe OgglesprottÓ by Nicholas Davies & Brett Davies; and Siblings by 19-year-old Mohamed A M Osman. The latter has already been approached by a number of agents wanting to represent him. The 2017 finalists took some big steps on their career path, too. Javid Rezai signed with an agent and received his first job on an existing series, writing for Hollyoaks. Maggie Bowler also signed with an agent and has an independent film company interested in optioning two of her scripts, including her BAFTA Rocliffe Showcase script. The third and last 2017 finalist, Rachel Murrell, has had her Showcase script, UpsideDown, optioned by BAFTA-winning Lion TV, with Sue Nott onboard as co-executive producer. We are also supporting more established writers through BAFTA Elevate, now in its sophomore year after representing women directors in 2017 (which included Delyth Thomas, who is a named nominee in the Drama category at this yearÕs Awards). Elevate is designed to support talented people from underrepresented groups progress in their careers, and to help tackle the issue of diversity in our industries as a whole. Several of this yearÕs coterie have written for childrenÕs shows, including Emma Reeves, Janice Okoh and Karissa Hamilton-Bannis. All will take part in a bespoke 12-month programme of support, including networking opportunities, mentoring, tailored panel discussions, masterclasses and workshops focused on professional development. In early July, BAFTA sponsored the Changemakers strand at the ChildrenÕs Media Conference (CMC) for the second year. Two of the recipients of our learning and new talent initiatives represented BAFTA at the event: screenwriter Javid Rezai (BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Competition), and games artist Anna Hollinrake (BAFTA Breakthrough Brits). Rezai took the opportunity to discuss issues within the industry that he is passionate about, including LGBTQ+ representation in childrenÕs media. Hollinrake, meanwhile, spoke about the importance of maintaining good mental health at work. ¥

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CLIVE JUSTER When it comes to iconic British children’s animated shows there are always a few that stand head and shoulders above the rest. One such creation was about a man who lived at 52 Festive Road and had a penchant for visiting his local fancy dress shop. Mr Benn catapulted Clive Juster into a lasting career in children’s media, first through the joint launch of independent production house King Rollo Films and then via intellectual property rights. For his wonderful contribution to the industry, Juster is the this year’s recipient of one of BAFTA’s highest honours. words by rich matthews | images courtesy of recipient

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ever underestimate the power of three and a half hours of children’s television. That’s all that was made of iconic BBC series Mr Benn, yet the character has shaped childhood imaginations for nearly 50 years (first broadcast in 1971). Along with creator/artist David McKee, Mr Benn launched editor, director and producer Clive Juster into a lifelong career that saw him become part of the vanguard for a growing aspect of children’s entertainment – licensing of intellectual property (IP). “Mr Benn was on the BBC for 30 years,” marvels Juster. “It’s amazing. Then I’ve been lucky – I’ve Nickelodeon took it over for another 10. Now we’re hoping Factory will remaster the had some of the best films for the 50th anniversary.” people around me. In this Prior to working in children’s media – producing numerous television series, shorts business, it’s teamwork and specials distributed in more than 100 that gets results. countries – Juster, like Mr Benn, tried out many different roles. “I planned to be an architect,” he says. “But I had a hobby making 8mm films, so after doing various jobs I eventually decided on film. I tried the major studios but didn’t have any luck. Most people suggested I go to college, so I started all over again at the National College of Art, then the Royal College. From there I got into the BBC.”

Opposite: Portrait of a young Clive Juster; From top: Watt the Devil; Mr Benn; Paz; King Rollo; Maisy; and Anytime Tales

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HONOURS BAFTA Awards (named) 2000 Maisy – Children’s Pre-School

Animation win, with Leo Nielsen 1999 Spot – Children’s Animation

nomination, with Leo Nielsen Emmy Awards 2007 Paz – Outstanding Children’s

Pre-School Series nomination, shared with Production Team 2006 Paz – Outstanding Children’s

Pre-School Series nomination, shared with Production Team

Working at BBC Ealing Studios in the late 1960s, knocking shoulders with the likes of Ken Russell, Spike Milligan and the Pythons, Juster’s nascent career took an unexpected turn when he took on editing duties for Play School and Blue Peter. Little did he realise he was about to find his lasting legacy when an old college friend suggested he replace him on a new show. “I took over editing Mr Benn and immediately became really good friends with David [McKee]. Even now people respond warmly; I get correspondence that makes me realise the impact it had.” Even after the success of the 13 original adventures of the fancy dress shop visitor, life wasn’t plain sailing for Juster. “My dad died and I had to move to Devon,” he notes. “I opened an antiques shop. David used to come down now and again to Mr Benn was on the visit the family. One day he said, ‘Why don’t we make some more films?’ So we set up BBC for 30 years. It’s King Rollo Films with Leo Nielsen.” amazing... We’re hoping That was in 1978 and marked the beginning Factory will remaster it for of one of the UK’s first independent children’s animation production houses. King Rollo the 50th anniversary. Films went on to produce King Rollo, Towser, Spot the Dog, Maisy and Paz. Alongside this and his ongoing work in sound design, voice direction and editing, working with such stars as Victoria Wood, Neil Morrissey, Jane Horrocks, Richard Briers and

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Opposite page, top: At the 2000 Children’s Awards, with King Rollo’s Leo Nielsen, and citation readers Home and Away’s Aleetza Wood and S4C’s Rhodri Owen; Middle: Becoming a fellow of The Arts University Bournemouth with documentary maker Paul Watson – Juster was a governor there from 20022010. This page, left: Helming the Clive Juster & Associates stand at trade show Brand Licensing Europe in 2011; Below: The three creative masterminds behind King Rollo Films, (from left) David McKee, Juster and Nielsen

Which makes it all the more appropriate to receive a BAFTA Special Award for a life devoted to children’s television… “I feel someone made a mistake,” Juster chuckles. “I’m honoured, but I’ve been lucky – I’ve had some of the best people around me. In this business, it’s teamwork that gets results. But if I’ve learned anything, it’s to never give up. I mean, one of the pet projects that David and I have is Mr Benn: The Opera. To think that something that began so simply has led to these new things. I guess that’s the way life works.” ¥

Alan Bennett, Juster ultimately became guardian of the King Rollo character licenses. “That side of things always interested me,” he explains. “There’s a shop in Covent Garden selling Tintin merchandise and it’s absolutely beautiful. David and I see it as the shining example of keeping an evergreen property alive. In 2004, we created Rollo Rights to look after the IP. Leo took over the production side and is still going strong. We eventually sold Rollo Rights to Factory about 18 months ago, because I’m knocking on a bit – David more so.”

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THE A M A ZING WORLD

G R A N D P A’ S G R E A T E S C A P E

OF GUMBALL

Production Team King Bert Productions/BBC One

Ben Bocquelet, Mic Graves, Sarah Fell Turner/Cartoon Network

HORRIBLE HISTORIES

S O AW K WA R D

Production Team Lion Television/CBBC

Sally Martin, Ian Curtis, Anthony MacMurray Channel X North/CBBC

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I N S P I R AT I O N A L S TO R I E S

Production Team Nine Lives Media/CBBC

Heather Clancy, Alex Bath, Kirsti Adair BBC Children’s In-House Productions for CBBC/CBBC

R E P LY W I T H A F U L L S T O P

W H AT D O YO U M E A N

I F YO U G E T T H I S

I CAN’T CHANGE THE WORLD?

Adam Tyler, Toby Lloyd, Emily Harrison CTVC/TrueTube

Adam Tyler, Kim Roden, Toby Lloyd CTVC/TrueTube

D I G I TA L CBBC BUZZ

HEY DUGGEE:

Andrew Swanson, Dominic Atherton, Dave Coulson BBC Children’s In-House and Chunk Productions for CBBC

THE COUNTING BADGE

Production Team Scary Beasties, BBC Studios, Studio AKA

I VA N D O E :

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THE ADVENTURE GA ME

ADVENTURE

Production Team Turner/Playerthree

Gráinne McGuinness, Gavin Halpin, Bob Price Paper Owl Films Ltd

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D I R EC TO R M I C G R AV E S

GRANT ORCHARD

The Amazing World of Gumball Cartoon Network

Hey Duggee CBeebies

BERYL RI CHARDS

ADA M T YLER

Joe All Alone CBBC

What Do You Mean I Can’t Change the World? TrueTube

DRAMA

H E T T Y FE AT H E R

JOE ALL ALONE

Matt Evans, Sallie Aprahamian, David Collier BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Production Team Zodiak Kids Studios/CBBC

K AT Y

THE WORST WITCH

Jonathan Wolfman, John McKay, Tom Bidwell BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Delyth Thomas, Neil Jones, Kim Crowther Co-produced by BBC Children’s In-House Productions and ZDFe/CBBC

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HOMEWORK

Production Team Boom/S4C

Chris Hulme, Pati Marr, Sara Harkins BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

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Philip Cooper, Geoff Coward, Helen Sheppard BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBeebies

Steve Ryde, Emma Carroll, Andy Potter BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

FA C T U A L

F I N D I N G M Y F A M I LY

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Rebecca Lloyd-Evans, Natasha Dack, Jennifer Monks Tigerlily Productions/CBBC

A NEWSROUND SPECIAL

Kirsti Adair, Georgina Bowman, Chris Whyatt BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

MUMBAI STREET STRIKERS

M Y G AY L I F E

(MY LI FE)

Production Team Glasshead/Channel 4

Production Team Drummer TV/CBBC

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Michael Gracey, Laurence Mark, Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping Twentieth Century Fox/ Twentieth Century Fox

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Brad Bird, John Walker, Nicole Grindle Pixar Animation Studios/ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Paul King, Simon Farnaby, David Heyman STUDIOCANAL, Heyday Films/STUDIOCANAL

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Development Team SIE Japan Studio, Clap Hanz/ Sony Interactive Entertainment

Lau Korsgaard, Tim May, Claire Bromley NapNok Games/Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe

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Chris Nee, Norton Virgien, Nicky Phelan Brown Bag Films/Disney Channels Worldwide/Disney Junior

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A N N A B E L L E DAV I S

Grandpa in Grandpa’s Great Escape BBC One

Sasha Bellman in The Dumping Ground CBBC

JENNIFER SAUNDERS

TOM STOURTON

Miss Dandy in Grandpa’s Great Escape BBC One

Henry VIII in Horrible Histories CBBC

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HEY DUGGEE

Production Team Coolabi Productions, Factory, CBeebies, BBC Worldwide/CBeebies

Grant Orchard, Janine Voong, Sander Jones Studio AKA/CBeebies

OCTONAUTS

SARAH & DUCK

Production Team Vampire Squid Productions Ltd, a Silvergate Media company, in association with Brown Bag Films/ CBeebies

Tim O’Sullivan, Sarah Gomes Harris, Jamie Badminton Karrot Entertainment/CBeebies

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CBEEBIES’ THE TEMPEST

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Tony Reed, Angela Young, Ian Russell BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBeebies

G E T W E L L S O O N H O S P I TA L

WA F F L E T H E WO N D E R D O G

Helen Sheppard, Helen Scott, Trevor Neal Kindle Entertainment/CBeebies

Production Team Darrall Macqueen Ltd/CBeebies

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JUSTIN FLETCHER

Deadly Dinosaurs CBBC

Something Special CBeebies

SA M NIXON AND

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MARK RHODES

A N D D R X A N D VA N T U L L E K E N

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Operation Ouch! CBBC

SHORT FORM ALIENS LOVE

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Tom Beattie, Steve Edge, David Schweitzer Tiger Aspect Productions/Sky Kids

Emma Hill, Michael J Ferns, Lauren Sequeira BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

ORIGINS

TONY’S SKETCH BOOK

Adam Tyler, Bob Ayres, Antonio Rebolo CTVC/TrueTube

Tony Collingwood Collingwood & Co in association with Little Dot Studios/Wizz

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WRITER TOM BIDWELL

HELEN BLAKEMAN

Katy CBBC

Hetty Feather CBBC

WRITING TEAM

WRITING TEAM

The Amazing World of Gumball Cartoon Network

Horrible Histories CBBC

YO U N G PERFORMER DANIEL FROGSON

TA S H A L AW R E N C E

Joe in Joe All Alone CBBC

Sarah in Sarah & Duck CBEEBIES

CHLOE LEA

BELLA RAMSEY

Katy in Katy CBBC

Mildred Hubble in The Worst Witch CBBC

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THE JURIES

CH A N N EL Helen Blakeman chair Valerie Ames Finn Arnesen Annika Bluhm Richard Bradley Jackie Cockle Marion Edwards Anna Home Lucy Hooberman Helen McAleer CO M EDY Dave Ranyard chair Dirk Campbell Jack Oliver Jon Rolph Steve Ryde Danny Stack Iain Stirling Annette Williams CO N T EN T FO R CH A N G E Sharna Jackson chair Emma Cooper Dean Jackson Emily Jones Sarah Kendrick Peter Martin Shwetal Shah Jessica Taylor Dan Tucker

D I R EC TO R Simon Spencer chair Mellie Buse Louise Gold Jack Jameson Jermain Julien Claire Poyser Helen Sheppard Karina Stanford-Smith Anna Starkey Liz Whitaker D I G I TA L Phil Stuart chair Tom Burton Ben Courtney Hattie Foster Lucy Gill Chris O’Shea Jo Roach Luke Savage Liam Walsh DRA MA Sarah Muller chair Andrew Burrell Derek Drennan May Gibson Josie Grierson Craig Hunter Kez Margrie Reem Nouss Georgina Ruffhead Sita Thomas Alexi Wheeler EN T ERTA I N M EN T Alison Bakunowich chair Bridget Banton Louise Bucknole Chris Dicker Estelle Lloyd Paul McKenzie Richard Overall Kelly-Anne Perera Steve Wynne

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FAC T UA L Faraz Osman chair Sam Bailey Gemma Brady Beth Garrod Daisy Griffith Jonathan Pascoe Emma Scott Priya Singh Phil Wilson FE AT U R E FI L M Gillian Hawser chair Ronni Ancona Julie Baines Nick Hamson Patrick Ness Sarah Quintrell Colin Salmon Sara Sehdev Sarah C Smith Manjinder Virk GA M E Orion Ross chair Jodie Azhar Katherine Bidwell Rex Crowle Luigi Fusco Anna Hollinrake Alex Jenkins Adrienne Law Paul Nunn Lorna Probert Anna Rafferty


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I N T ER N AT I O N A L A N I M AT I O N Oli Hyatt chair Kay Benbow Helen Brunsdon Karen Davidsen Paul Donnellon Iain Harvey Liz Keynes Vici King Debbie Macdonald Phil Molloy Simon Quinn Adam Shaw I N T ER N AT I O N A L L I V E AC T I O N Foz Allan chair Moreyba Bidessie Amy Buscombe Angharad Garlick Sallyann Keizer Julien Leroux Maggie Liang Chris Rose Simon Windsor I N T ER N AT I O N A L PR E-S CH O O L Helen Bullough chair Vanessa Amberleigh Chris Banks Shazia Begum Ninder Billing Phil Chalk Jon Hancock Wag Marshall-Page Maddie Moate Nigel Pickard Helen Soden Alison Stewart

PER FO R M ER Harvey Elliott chair Thomas Archibald Keri Atkins Bob Ayres Jane Dauncey Julian Kemp Kate Little Lucy Pryke Amanda Tabak Kathryn Wolfe PR E-S CH O O L � A N I M AT I O N Julian Scott chair Sarah Aspinall Robin Gladman Dom Ho Billy Macqueen Sally Marchant Richard Rowe Ellen Solberg Kitty Taylor PR E-S CH O O L � L I V E AC T I O N Lucy Murphy chair Jamie Badminton Olivia Dickinson Luca Fiore Steph Gauld Tracey Hammett Adrian Hedley Romily Menzies Raj Pathmanathan Ben Ward PR ESEN T ER Sara Putt chair Angellica Bell Will Cartwright-Harwood Angie de Chastelai Smith Jacquie Drewe Candida Julian-Jones Jo Killingley Lizo Mzimba Adam Parker

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Brochure and Ticket Printing Taylor Bloxham

Video Graphics Sound Design James Locke-Hart Video Graphics Music Dan Millidge

Photographers Thomas Alexander Jonathan Birch Ricky Darko

Floor Manager Mark Harrison

PR freuds

Technical Production Services Fullcircle

BAFTA Kids Red Carpet Experience Lisa Prime

CH I L D R EN Ă•S AWA R DS A N D E VEN TS CO M M I T T EE Helen Blakeman (Chair ), Rosie Allimonos, Alison Bakunowich, Vanessa Brookman, Helen Bullough, Alexandra Ferguson-Derbyshire*, Oliver Hyatt, Sharna Jackson, Lucy Murphy, Sarah Muller, Faraz Osman, Dave Ranyard*, Beryl Richards*, Orion Ross, Simon Spencer *

Elected representatives

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WI T H T H A N KS TOÉ FO R BA F TA Director of Production Clare Brown

Director of Awards & Membership Emma Baehr

Head of Production Cassandra Hybel

Head of Games & Children’s Kelly Smith

Awards Event Producer Amy Wilson

Games & Children’s Officer Sam D’Elia

Assistant Awards Event Producer Ciara Teggart

Games & Children’s Coordinator Lewis Peet

Awards & Membership Team Jim Bradshaw, Imogen Faris, Natalie Gurney, Timothy Hughes, Harriet Humphries, Ada Kotowska, Jessica Rogers, Gemma Thomas BAFTA Productions Georgina Cunningham, Ian Lowe, Brogan Wallace Director of Communications Ellen Johnson Communications Team Nick Williams, Clare Isaacs, Liz Tresidder, Dana Thompson

Director of Partnerships Louise Robertson Partnerships Team Natalie Moss, Amy Elton, Charlie Perkin, Georgi Taroni Photography Director Claire Rees

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Photography Editor Jordan Anderson

Chair Dame Pippa Harris DBE

Brochure Design Joe Lawrence

Chief Executive Amanda Berry OBE

Print Editor Toby Weidmann

Chief Operating Officer Kevin Price

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British Academy Children's Awards in 2018 programme  
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