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Published on May 10, 2019
Pages 59-62, 64
Television is an art form that works on so many levels. It can stimulate us emotionally and intellectually, it can bring us together in celebration and in times of heartache. It can take us to wondrous places, both real and fictional. It can entertain and it can soothe. It can break down barriers and establish long-lasting friendships. Powerful stuff!
Pages 44-48, 50
With six BAFTAs to her name, Nicola Shindler is one of the UK’s most distinguished television producers and executives working today. From Hillsborough to Happy Valley, her list of exceptional work is unparalleled. She is presented with the Special Award.
Pages 35-36, 38, 40
Joan Bakewell needs very little introduction. A regular on British television and radio for decades, she is a fierce defender of the arts and a clear-cut role model. She receives BAFTA’s highest accolade, the Fellowship.