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CONTENTS WELCO M E

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— HRH The Duke Of Cambridge, KG

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— John Willis,

— John Cresswell,

Chairman of the Academy

CEO, Arqiva

President of the Academy

TH E N O M I N ATI O NS

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— Full Nominations List

— The Juries

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— The Fellowship From Mrs Overall to Mo Mowlam, the outstanding career of Julie Walters CBE makes her the worthy recipient of the Academy’s highest accolade. Just don’t ask her to serve the tea.

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— Academy Fellows

— The Special Award Tonight we recognise a television legend who has brought a lorra lorra entertainment to our screens for more than 50 years, Cilla Black OBE .

TH E FU LL SPECTRU M

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A photographic essay capturing some of the UK’s leading lights of television in the past year.

By Chris Floyd

68 — In Memoriam

76 — Academy Officers

79 — Academy Partners

81 — Awards Partners

83 — Gift Providers

85 — Acknowledgements

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C O N T E N T S

SPECIA L AWA RDS


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t’s the content that counts, and tonight’s ceremony highlights an irresistible combination of talent, craftsmanship and teamwork that has delivered the most watchable television in years. Celebrating the very best programmes and performances of the past year, the nominations cover the full spectrum that British television delivers – a truly diverse range of programming that has been made available to us in so many ways. These achievements inspire the next generation of talented young people to consider a career in television and with BAFTA’s year-round support, we can keep our industry ‘best in class’. Visit bafta.org to fi nd out how we’re identifying and supporting the potential stars of tomorrow and what you can do to ‘Give Something Back’. Among the awards presented this evening we will recognise two of the biggest names in British television. The Special Award will be presented to one of our national treasures: Cilla Black OBE has been entertaining millions for more than 50 years with her unmistakable charm, personable warmth and genuine talent for her craft; she is an icon and an inspiration. The Fellowship is the highest honour the Academy bestows, and the worthy recipient this year is one of our brightest stars of the small screen (and big), Julie Walters CBE . Endlessly captivating and a master of so many genres and forms, which have already won her seven BAFTA awards, Julie is one the most talented actors in the world and nobody is more deserving of this honour. Thank you to the BAFTA juries, the Television Committee and its Chairman, Andrew Newman, and to the BAFTA staff , led by Amanda Berry and Kevin Price. We welcome the return of Arqiva, our title sponsor, and the Radio Times, sponsor of the Audience Award. For the fi rst time ever, perhaps, we’re actually encouraging you to keep your mobile device on during the ceremony. Rather than using it to watch the latest episode of your favourite series, support your colleagues’ work by tweeting @BAFTA and #BAFTATV and help us celebrate another amazing year in television. Have a thoroughly enjoyable evening.

John Willis Chairman of the Academy

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e are delighted that Arqiva is partnering with BAFTA for the third year to sponsor the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards in 2014. This event celebrates all that is great about British television and our industry. We can also celebrate that television remains at the heart of our society, which is why Arqiva is proud to be central to delivering it to people when and where they choose to watch it. While new technology is revolutionising how we watch and interact with all types of content, television remains at its core an emotional and social experience, which is why it is enjoyed in approximately 26 million homes across the UK. Arqiva continues to innovate and invest, allowing us to stay increasingly connected to content. From television and radio transmissions, satellite communication and mobile phone networks, to WiFi internet access in hotels, across city centres and at international transport hubs such as Heathrow. We keep you connected. Always! Congratulations to all the nominees and have a wonderful evening.

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N O M I N A T I O N S

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THE NOMINATIONS


CO M EDY A N D CO M EDY EN TERTA I N M EN T PRO G R A M M E

CU RREN T A FFA I RS

THE GRAHA M NORTON SHOW Graham Norton, Jon Magnusson, Steve Smith, Graham Stuart

THE CRUEL CUT Richard McKerrow, Kieran Smith, Vicki Cooper, Leyla Hussein

SO TELEVISION/BBC ON E

LOV E PRODUCTIONS/CH A N N EL 4

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TRU E VISION/CH A N N EL 4

THE REVOLUTION WILL BE TELEVISED Jolyon Rubinstein, Heydon Prowse, Mark Talbot, Joe Wade

NORTH KOREA: LIFE INSIDE THE SECRET STATE (DISPATCHES) David Henshaw, James Jones, Todd Downing H A R DCASH PRODUCTIONS/CH A N N EL 4

H AT TR ICK PRODUCTIONS/BBC TH R EE

WOULD I LIE TO YOU? Peter Holmes, Ruth Phillips, Rachel Ablett, Barbara Wiltshire ZEPPOTRON/BBC ON E

SYRIA: ACROSS THE LINES (DISPATCHES) Chris Swayne, Eamonn Matthews, Olly Lambert QUICKSILV ER PRODUCTIONS/CH A N N EL 4

N O M I N A T I O N S

CPL PRODUCTIONS/SK Y ON E

THE HUNT FOR BRITAIN’S SEX GANGS (DISPATCHES) Anna Hall, Matt Pinder, Paddy Garrick, Tazeen Ahmad

T H E

A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN Danielle Lux, Murray Boland, David Taylor, Jim Pullin


D R A M A SERI ES

EN TERTA I N M EN T PERFO R M A N CE

BROADCHURCH Production Team KU DOS A N D IM AGINA RY FR I EN DS (A CO -PRODUCTION )/ IT V

ANT AND DEC Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway IT V

MY MAD FAT DIARY Production Team TIGER ASPECT PRODUCTIONS/E4

N O M I N A T I O N S

CHARLIE BROOKER 10 O’Clock Live CH A N N EL 4

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T H E

TOP OF THE LAKE Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, Jane Campion, Philippa Campbell SEE-SAW FILMS/BBC T WO

SARAH MILLICAN The Sarah Millican Television Programme BBC T WO

THE VILLAGE Production Team COMPA N Y PICTU R ES/BBC ON E

GRAHA M NORTON The Graham Norton Show BBC ON E


EN TERTA I N M EN T PRO G R A M M E *

ANT & DEC’S SATURDAY NIGHT TAKEAWAY Production Team

FACT UA L SERI ES

BEDLA M Production Team TH E GA R DEN PRODUCTIONS/CH A N N EL 4

DERREN BROWN: THE GREAT ART ROBBERY Production Team

EDUCATING YORKSHIRE David Brindley, Grace Reynolds, David Clews, Andrew Mackenzie-Betty T WOFOU R /CH A N N EL 4

T H E

OBJECTI V E PRODUCTIONS/CH A N N EL 4

DYNA MO: MAGICIAN IMPOSSIBLE Lucy Ansbro, Dan Albion, Alex Hartman, Debbie Young PHIL MCINT Y R E TELEVISION/

KEEPING BRITAIN ALIVE: THE NHS IN A DAY Production Team TH E GA R DEN PRODUCTIONS/BBC T WO

IN N ER CIRCLE FILMS/R ED ROCK ET/WATCH

STRICTLY COME DANCING Production Team BBC ENTERTA INM ENT/BBC ON E

* Given in honour of Sir Lew Grade

THE ROUTE MASTERS: RUNNING LONDON’S ROADS Edmund Coulthard, Alistair Pegg, Matt Pelly, Simon Gilchrist BLAST! FILMS/BBC T WO

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N O M I N A T I O N S

IT V STU DIOS/MITR E T V LTD/IT V


FE AT U RES

FE M A LE PERFO R M A N CE I N A CO M EDY PRO G R A M M E

THE CHOIR: SING WHILE YOU WORK Gareth Malone, Tim Carter, Rachel Morgan, Stuart Froude

FRANCES DE LA TOUR Vicious IT V

T W ENT Y T W ENT Y TELEVISION/BBC T WO

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KERRY HOWARD Him & Her: The Wedding

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GRAND DESIGNS Kevin McCloud, Fiona Caldwell, Rob Gill, John Lonsdale

BBC TH R EE

BOU N DLESS ( PA RT OF FR EM A NTLEM EDI A U K)/ CH A N N EL 4

THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF Anna Beattie, Amanda Westwood, Samantha Beddoes, Simon Evans

DOON MACKICHAN Plebs IT V2

LOV E PRODUCTIONS/BBC T WO

LONG LOST FA MILY Duncan Coates, Kate Scholefield, Sally Benton, Leanne Klein WA LL TO WA LL PRODUCTIONS/IT V

KATHERINE PARKINSON The IT Crowd CH A N N EL 4


I N TERN ATI O N A L

LE A D I N G ACTO R

BORGEN Adam Price, Tobias Lindholm, Jannik Johansen, Camilla Hammerich DR /BBC FOU R

JA MIE DORNAN The Fall BBC T WO

BREAKING BAD Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, George Mastras, Sam Catlin HIGH BR IDGE PRODUCTIONS, INC A N D GR A N VI A

T H E

W ITH SON Y PICTU R ES TELEVISION/N ETFLIX

SEAN HARRIS Southcliffe CH A N N EL 4

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N O M I N A T I O N S

PRODUCTIONS IN ASSOCI ATION

HOUSE OF CARDS Beau Willimon, David Fincher, Joshua Donen, Kevin Spacey DONEN/FINCHER/ROTH AND TRIGGER STR EET PRODUCTIONS, INC IN ASSOCIATION WITH M EDIA RIGHTS CAPITA L FOR

LUKE NEWBERRY In The Flesh

NETFLIX/NETFLIX

BBC TH R EE

THE RETURNED Caroline Benjo, Fabrice Gobert H AUT ET COU RT/CH A N N EL 4

DOMINIC WEST Burton And Taylor BBC FOU R


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LE A D I N G ACT RESS

M A LE PERFO R M A N CE I N A CO M EDY PRO G R A M M E RICHARD AYOADE The IT Crowd CH A N N EL 4

HELENA BONHAM CARTER Burton And Taylor BBC FOU R

MATHEW BAYNTON The Wrong Mans

OLIVIA COLMAN Broadchurch IT V

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JA MES CORDEN The Wrong Mans

T H E

N O M I N A T I O N S

BBC T WO

BBC T WO

KERRIE HAYES The Mill CH A N N EL 4

CHRIS O’DOWD The IT Crowd CH A N N EL 4

MA XINE PEAKE The Village BBC ON E


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M I N I -SERI ES

THE FALL Allan Cubitt, Jakob Verbruggen, Julian Stevens, Gub Neal

N E WS COVER AG E

CHANNEL 4 NEWS: EGYPT MILITARY COUP Production Team

THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY Production Team WOR LD PRODUCTIONS/BBC ON E

ITN/CH A N N EL 4

THE DALE CREGAN VERDICT: NORTH WEST TONIGHT SPECIAL Production Team

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BBC N EWS/NORTH W EST TONIGHT SPECI A L/BBC ON E

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N O M I N A T I O N S

FA BLES LTD/A RTISTS STU DIO/BBC T WO

IN THE FLESH Hilary Martin, Ann Harrison-Baxter, Dominic Mitchell, Jonny Campbell BBC DR A M A PRODUCTION SA LFOR D/

ITV NEWS AT TEN: WOOLWICH ATTACKS Production Team ITN FOR IT V N EWS/IT V

BBC A M ER ICA /BBC TH R EE

SOUTHCLIFFE Tony Grisoni, Sean Durkin, Peter Carlton, Derrin Schlesinger WA R P FILMS/CH A N N EL 4

THE LEE RIGBY TRIAL: ITV GRANADA REPORTS Production Team IT V GR A NA DA/IT V


RE A LIT Y A N D CO NST RU CT ED FACT UA L

THE BIG REUNION Production Team POTATO FOR IT V STU DIOS/IT V2

SHI V ER /A L JA ZEER A ENGLISH/IT V

THE DAY KENNEDY DIED Leslie Woodhead, Lorraine McKechnie, Sue Summers FIN ESTR IPE PRODUCTIONS/IT V

N O M I N A T I O N S

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28 UP SOUTH AFRICA Angus Gibson, Jemma Jupp

T H E

DRAGON’S DEN Ceri Aston, Steven Handley, Paul Newton, Helen Lagoe

SI N G LE D O CU M EN TA RY**

BBC ENTERTA INM ENT PRODUCTION SA LFOR D/BBC T WO

GOGGLEBOX Tania Alexander, Paul Broadbent, Chantal Boyle, Stephen Lambert

THE MURDER TRIAL Nick Holt, Marina Parker, Kate Barker, Ben Brown W IN DFA LL FILMS/CH A N N EL 4

STU DIO LA M BERT/CH A N N EL 4

THE UNDATEABLES Luke Sewell, Sarah Spencer, Amelia Hann, Liz Warner

THE UNSPEAKABLE CRIME: RAPE Sara Hardy, Blue Ryan, Emma Hindley, Gwyn Jones GOLD STA R PRODUCTIONS/BBC ON E

BETT Y T V/CH A N N EL 4 ** Given in honour of Robert Flaherty


SIT UATI O N CO M EDY

AN ADVENTURE IN SPACE AND TIME Mark Gatiss, Matt Strevens, Terry McDonough, Caroline Skinner

COUNT ARTHUR STRONG Steve Delaney, Graham Linehan, Richard Boden

BBC CYM RU WA LES/BBC A M ER ICA /BBC T WO

CO -PRODUCTION/BBC T WO

R ETORT/KOM EDI A/DELIGHTFU L IN DUSTR I ES

HIM & HER: THE WEDDING Kenton Allen, Stefan Golaszewski, Lyndsay Robinson, Richard Laxton

ZEPPOTRON/CH A N N EL 4

BIG TA LK PRODUCTIONS/BBC TH R EE

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BLACK MIRROR: BE RIGHT BACK Barney Reisz, Charlie Brooker, Owen Harris, Annabel Jones

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N O M I N A T I O N S

SI N G LE D R A M A

COMPLICIT Guy Hibbert, Niall MacCormick, Kevin Toolis, Jolyon Symonds

R ETORT ( PA RT OF FR EM A NTLEM EDI A U K)/

M A N Y R I V ER FILMS/CH A N N EL 4

CH A N N EL 4

THE WIPERS TIMES David Parfitt, Andy de Emmony, Ian Hislop, Nick Newman TR A DEM A R K FILMS/BBC T WO

THE IT CROWD Graham Linehan, Richard Boden

TOAST OF LONDON Kate Daughton, Arthur Mathews, Matt Berry, Michael Cumming OBJECTI V E PRODUCTIONS/CH A N N EL 4


SOA P A N D CO N TI N U I N G DRA M A

SPECIA LIST FACT UA L***

DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM ALIVE 3D David Attenborough, Anthony Geffen, Mike Davis, Dan Smith COLOSSUS PRODUCTIONS/SKY 3D

CASUALTY Production Team BBC DR A M A PRODUCTIONS WA LES/BBC ON E

MARTIN LUTHER KING AND THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON John Akomfrah, Lina Gopaul, David Lawson

IT V STU DIOS/IT V

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RICHARD III: THE KING IN THE CAR PARK Simon Young, Julian Ware, Louise Osmond

T H E

N O M I N A T I O N S

SMOK ING DOGS FILMS/BBC T WO

CORONATION STREET Production Team

DA R LOW SMITHSON/CH A N N EL 4

EASTENDERS Production Team BBC DR A M A PRODUCTIONS LON DON/BBC ON E

THE STORY OF THE JEWS Production Team OX FOR D FILM A N D TELEVISION/BBC T WO

HOLBY CITY Production Team BBC DR A M A PRODUCTIONS LON DON/BBC ON E *** Given in honour of Sir Huw Wheldon OBE


SP O RT A N D LIVE E VEN T

SU PP O RT I N G ACTO R

BOLLYWOOD CARMEN LIVE Production Team BBC SPORTS/BBC TH R EE

DAVID BRADLEY Broadchurch IT V

GLASTONBURY 2013 Production Team BBC MUSIC PRODUCTIONS/ BBC T WO

T H E

BBC ON E

N O M I N A T I O N S

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JEROME FLYNN Ripper Street

THE ASHES 2013 – FIRST TEST, DAY FIVE Production Team BSK Y B, SK Y SPORTS/ SK Y SPORTS 2

RORY KINNEAR Southcliffe CH A N N EL 4

WIMBLEDON MEN’S FINAL Production Team BBC SPORTS/BBC ON E

NICO MIRALLEGRO The Village BBC ON E


SU PP O RTI N G ACT RESS

R A D I O TI M ES AU D I EN CE AWA RD BREAKING BAD

SHIRLEY HENDERSON Southcliffe BROADCHURCH

CH A N N EL 4

SARAH LANCASHIRE Last Tango In Halifax BBC ON E

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T H E

N O M I N A T I O N S

DOCTOR WHO: THE DAY OF THE DOCTOR

CLAIRE RUSHBROOK My Mad Fat Diary E4

GOGGLEBOX

THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF NICOLA WALKER Last Tango In Halifax BBC ON E

All nominations correct at time of press.


THE JURIES Comedy And Comedy Entertainment Programme — Simon Spencer (chair) Matt Crook Angie de Chastelai Smith Helen Lederer Philip Morrow Marcus Mortimer Steve Nallon Victoria Pile Tom Poole Layla Smith

Entertainment Programme — Emma Westcott (chair) Greg Barnett Dominic Bird Alan Carr Andrew Jackson Adam Macdonald Fintan Maguire Fiona O’Sullivan Matt Pritchard Mark Scantelbury Jonathan Stadlen Matt Walton

Drama Series — Kate Phillips (chair) Ash Attalla Tim Corrie Tracy Forsyth Petra Fried Robert Glenister Lynn Horsford Ben Kellett Rob Pursey Karen Smith Chris Sussman

Factual Series — Brian Woods (chair) Simon Dickson Roger Graef Jezza Neumann Mark Roberts Siobhan Sinnerton Xoliswa Sithole Katy Thorogood Jessie Versluys Sarah Waldron

J U R I E S

— Neil Grant (chair) Kurt Barling Claire Burnett Charles Furneaux Tim Gardam Liz MacKean Alice Perman Samir Shah Kevin Sim Francine Stock Fiona Stourton

— Jane Hudson (chair) Andrew Billen Joe Evans Laura Hill Andrew Mackenzie Moira Ross Neale Simpson Nick Samwell Smith Will Spokes Bradley Walsh

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Current Affairs

Entertainment Performance


Features

Leading Actor

— Andrew Newman (chair) Murray Boland Peter Davey Paul Gilheany Sean Hancock Andy Mackenzie Anna Miralis Sue Murphy Ros Ponder Neal Simpson Jason Wells

— Anne Morrison (chair) Basi Akpabio Emma Benson Tom Brooke Moira Buffini Lucinda Coxon Shaun Dooley Deborah Findlay Caroline Goodall Michael Maloney Lindsay Shapero Antonia Thomas

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— James Dean (chair) Katy Brand Chris Carey Justin Davies Sian Harries Elliot Hegarty Denise Hicks Emma Kennedy Helen Williams

International — Patrick Keegan (chair) James Baker Robert Bernstein Georgia Brown Andrew Collins Kathryn Flett Emma Frost Justin Johnson Daran Little Stephen Mangan Claire Parker Diederick Santer John Yorke

Leading Actress — Jane Lush (chair) Jo Clinton-Davis Nick Elliott Mark Freeland Christine Gernon Lorraine Heggessey Lucy Lumsden Lesley Manville Jimmy Mulville Anne Robinson John Rushton Michael Smiley Rachel Springett

Male Performance In A Comedy Programme — Steven Moffat (chair) Katherine Allen Andy Auerbach Joe Dempsie Paterson Joseph Doon Mackichan Ben Preston Joanna Scanlan

Mini-series — Sarah Whitehead (chair) Christopher Aird Stephen Armstrong Katie Baxendale Antonia Hurford-Jones Charlie Hampton Manda Levin Euros Lyn Neil Midgley Richard Stokes Liz Trubridge

News Coverage — Steve Gowans (chair) Andy Bell Simon Bucks Vikki Cook Neil Dunwoodie Robin Elias Ed Fraser Rhodri Jones Diana Martin Cristina Nicolotti Squires Tim Singleton James Stephenson

(cont. over)

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J U R I E S

Female Performance In A Comedy Programme

Adam Tandy Russell Tovey Richard Yee


THE JURIES Reality And Constructed Factual — Ade Rawcliffe (chair) Sam Bickley Sumi Connock David Dehaney Phil Edgar-Jones Helen Hawken Liz Mills Jamie O’Leary Mark Raphael Sebastian Scott Kate Teckman Jes Wilkins

— Graham Stuart (chair) Mark Chapman Robert Charles Andrew Clement Brendan Henry Phil Heyes Andrew Hornett Syeda Irtizaali Simon Pizey

Soap And Continuing Drama — Patrick Keegan (chair) Emma Cox Gill Cresswell Tim Key Keith Richardson Alison Slade Louise Sutton Alice Troughton Katharine Way

Single Drama

Specialist Factual

— Krishnendu Majumdar (chair) Eva Birthistle Ruth Caleb Justin Chadwick Chris Chibnal Andy Harries Simon Heath Amanda Jenks Robert Jones Marc Munden Manjinder Virk Hal Vogel

— Richard Boden (chair) Bill Broomfield David Clews Anita Lowenstein Emma Morgan James Rogan Lisa Sargood Gill Tierney Tim Waddell Peter Wyles

Supporting Actor — Neil Grant (chair) David Aukin Chris Curtis Michael Harrowes Lenny Henry Lucy Kirkwood Philippa Lowthorpe Simon Kossoff Nick Murphy Michael Samuels Derek Wax

Supporting Actress — John Willis (chair) Helen Anderson Mick Ford Gwyneth Hughes Daniel Kaluuya Philippa Lowthorpe Emma Morgan Andy Pryor Fay Ripley

J U R I E S

— Olivia Lichtenstein (chair) Anita Anand Helena Appio Dimitri Doganis Brian Hill Stephen Lambert Ursula Macfarlane Debbie Manners Laurence Rees Penny Woolcock

Sport And Live Event

— Krishnendu Majumdar (chair) Darren Boyd Amelia Bullmore Anthony Caveney Navin Chowdhry Boyd Hilton Debbie Isitt Dan Maier Izzy Mant Sally Phillips Georgia Pritchett David Schneider Martin Trenaman

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script, but the whole package was wonderful to do. That sticks out.” She takes a brief pause, followed again by that infectious laugh that’s never far away. “And then Mrs Overall, of course.” Her tone turns a bit more wistful. “Can I also say theatre? Then I’d say All My Sons and A Fool For Love at the National Theatre. A Fool For Love was back in the 1980s… Those are things that really stand out in my head. I liked working at the National – I’d like to work there again at some point if something came along.” Beyond treading the boards back on the NT stage, is there anything else on her career wish list she’d like to fulfil?

“I’ve never been very career-minded. I was hugely ambitious when I first got into the business. But ambitious to act, not to be famous.”

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ven the merest suggestion of being a lofty pillar of the show business establishment makes Julie Walters burst out laughing. “I don’t think I’ll ever be that!” But surely that’s what being made a BAFTA Fellow means? This time, a warm smile: “I don’t think of it like that. It’s to do with my work and that’s just so rewarding. It means a huge amount. BAFTA has been very good to me over the years. In terms of awards, it’s really the most important, isn’t it? It’s fantastic.” Trying to summarise Walters’ career is a difficult task purely because her CV is so extensive and varied. Taking in everything from her iconic Mrs Overall to portrayals of real-life heroes, such as Mo Mowlam, her career highlights reel on Awards night is going to be a mighty impressive one. Or cringe-inducing if you’re the subject. “I don’t particularly like seeing that sort of thing. I don’t know why,” Walters laughs. “I’m always like, ‘Oh gawd, no, don’t pick that clip!’ I’ve had a couple of those lifetime ones and you see it all and you’re all, ‘Oh, noooooo!’ It is fascinating as well, of course, to see what’s chosen.” When asked what moments she would select if she was doing the retrospective showreel for herself, Walters immediately thinks of one project in particular. “Mo is one of the things recently that stands out as a career highlight,” she says. “It was a challenge and she was an amazing woman. It was a fantastic

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Mo (2010)


SELECT TELEO G R A PHY The Hollow Crown

2012

The Jury II

2011

Mo

2010

A Short Stay In Switzerland

2009

Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story

2008

The Ruby In The Smoke

2006

Ahead Of The Class

2005

The Canterbury Tales – The Wife Of Bath

2003

Murder

2002

Strange Relations

2001

Oliver Twist

1999

A C A D E M Y

1996

Jake’s Progress

1995

Pat And Margaret

1994

Wide-eyed And Legless

1993

All Day Breakfast

1992

G.B.H.

1991

Talking Heads – Her Big Chance

1988

Victoria Wood: As Seen On TV

1985–1987

The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾

1985

Love And Marriage

1984

Boys From The Blackstuff

1982

Wood And Walters

1981–1982

BBC2 Playhouse – Days At The Beach

1981

Empire Road

1979

Second City Firsts

1975

The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾ (1985)

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Dinnerladies 1998–2000 Brazen Hussies

“No, not really,” she says. “I’ve never been like that, never been very career-minded. I’m not ambitious in that sense. I mean, I was hugely ambitious when I first got into the business. Hugely. But I was ambitious to act, not to be famous, which seems to be much more of a thing these days.” This grounded outlook is something that seems endemic in Walters’ make-up. Her outlook is very pragmatic – even to the point of acknowledging that an actor’s life tends to be at the mercy of the industry. “Oh, there isn’t a lot of choice, no matter what people say,” she explains. “What is out there is out there. Unless you write your own script, direct it and are in it, then you’re at the whim of the business. And from that point of view, I’ve had a lot of nice choices to make over the years. I’ve been very fortunate, I would say. You just do the work – acting a part is acting a part, whether it’s in a pub, at the National Theatre, in a film or in front of a television camera. It’s about the truth of it and that’s that. You do the work.” This theme comes up again when asked about playing a string of real-life figures in high-profile television dramas in recent years, including Mary Whitehouse in Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story (2008), Dr Anne Turner in A Short Stay In Switzerland (2009) and, of course, Mo Mowlam in Mo (2010).


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It’s hard to imagine she ever got a bad review. “It’s best not to read good or bad ones,” she continues. “If it’s in theatre and a run goes on, I might read a really good one. I’ll save it for later. But you just have to do the work and ignore all the other stuff. Everybody’s always got opinions.” At least at these Awards, she knows she will hear one heck of a good review, whether she likes it or not. And it’s a safe bet, you will hear her laughing when she does…

BA F TA AWA RDS WO N 2010

Leading Actress – Mo (Television)

2004

Actress – The Canterbury Tales: The Wife Of Bath (Television)

2003

Actress – Murder (Television)

2003

Special Award

2002

Actress – My Beautiful Son (Television)

2001

Actress In A Supporting Role – Billy Elliot (Film)

1984

Actress – Educating Rita (Film)

N O M I N AT ED 2010

Leading Actress – A Short Stay In Switzerland (Television)

1999

Comedy Performance – Dinnerladies (Television)

1994

Actress – Wide-eyed And Legless (Television)

1992

Actress In A Supporting Role – Stepping Out (Film)

1988

Actress In A Leading Role – Personal Services (Film)

1987

Light Entertainment Performance – Victoria Wood As Seen On TV (Television)

1984

Most Promising Newcomer – Educating Rita (Film)

1983

Actress – Boys From The Blackstuff/Say Something Happened (Television)

F E L L O W S H I P

Wood And Walters (1981-1982)

Oliver Twist (1999)

A C A D E M Y

“There was a spate of real-life people to play,” she says, shaking her head at the suggestion that it could have been a conscious career choice. “I did three films on television – Mary Whitehouse, Anne Turner and then Mo. That was more about a fashion in television than any conscious choice on my part. I mean, they came along and I did choose to do them because they were very good scripts. But they were what was out there. People love to see real-life people being portrayed and as long as the script is good…” And if that’s not to their tastes, they can always track down Mamma Mia! for a sing-along, which has become a perennial television favourite since its release in 2008. “Well, that’s true!” she laughs. “Those popular musicals do crop up [on television], don’t they? They always roll them out at Christmas. It’s great that people want to see it.” So, is she looking forward to her big night at the British Academy Television Awards? This time, she gives a wry chuckle. “Yes and no,” she says. “Yes, because obviously it’s fantastic and they’re always exciting. It’s always lovely to get an award. And I know I’m going to get it! [Laughs] I haven’t got to sit there with everybody else, wondering whether I’m going up or not. Also, though, it’s daunting, because there’s a big spotlight on it and you’re commented on. You’re this and you’re that. You’re wearing this… There’s a nervousness about it as well.” It’s clear that Walters loves to act but is somewhat wary of the spotlight that comes with success. When prompted about what aspiring actors could learn from her career, she immediately singles out that aspect of show business. “Stay on the ground,” she states emphatically. “I’ll sound like a cliché, but don’t believe the hype. Stay true and see things for what they really are. And don’t read reviews! I learnt that the hard way.”


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44 o describe Priscilla Maria Veronica White, aka Cilla Black, as a national television treasure is something of an understatement. Although taking a well-earned rest from our screens for the past few years – she last fronted her own series, The Moment Of Truth, in 2001 – her legacy remains omnipresent. Guest host appearances on Loose Women, The Paul O’Grady Show and Never Mind The Buzzcocks, as well as numerous chat shows, are just the most recent additions to a career that now spans more than 50 years – no mean feat in the world of television – culminating in last year’s golden anniversary celebrations. Black’s 50 years in show business were deservedly marked in 2013 with her own one-off special, The One And Only

Cilla Black, co-hosted by long-time friend Paul O’Grady, which saw her fulfil a lifelong dream – to make a cameo in Coronation Street. In 2014, BAFTA winner Sheridan Smith will star as the singer-turned-television legend in an ITV drama called Cilla. Written by Mrs Biggs’ Jeff Pope, this three-parter depicts Black’s breakthrough years in the 1960s. The decade saw her signed by the legendary Brian Epstein and she notched up 17 consecutive Top 40 singles chart hits, including two number ones, ‘Anyone Who Had A Heart’ and ‘You’re My World’. “I started out as a singer,” says Black, speaking with that oh-so familiar Liverpudlian twang. “I’m really thrilled that Sheridan Smith is going to be playing me in a drama about my early life, because there’s a whole generation that doesn’t know that I sang.”


SELECT TELEO G R A PHY The One And Only Cilla Black

2013

Loose Women (guest presenter) 2009–2011 Soapstar Superstar

2006

Cilla’s Moment Of Truth 1998–2001 Blind Date 1985–2003 Surprise Surprise 1984–2001 Cilla’s World Of Comedy

1976

Cilla 1968–1979

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Blind Date (1985-2003)

Shortly after her second number one, Black was given her own variety show, simply titled Cilla, which ran until 1976. “I have always said television found me, I didn’t find television. As far back as Juke Box Jury, I was invited time and time again to be on the panel. Not only did they find my accent intriguing, but I was articulate enough to talk about the records. So it all stemmed from there. My first series was in black and white for the BBC and I was the youngest TV presenter-singer to present her own show at the time. The great Paul McCartney wrote ‘Step Inside Love’ especially for me [and the show], which was incredible.” But it was perhaps in the 1980s and 90s that Black became the household name she is today with the launch of two shows that are now firmly ingrained into our television lexicon. Surprise Surprise (1983-1997), a wish fulfillment programme presented by Black and starring members of the public, ran for an impressive 14 series, while the often hilarious dating show, Blind Date (1985-2003), ran for a stunning 18 series (and 380 shows), earning “Our Graham” and co a BAFTA along the way in 1995. “My television career really took off during my attempts to promote one of my ‘Best Of…’ albums [in the early 1980s],” she explains. “I was going up and down the country to promote it, and I did the Wogan show. I stormed them apparently, and the late David Bell of LWT said, ‘Don’t do anything, even if you’re offered the world I’ll match it.’ Surprise Surprise was created specially for me. So I owe it all to Terry Wogan.” Sir Terry may have provided the launch pad, but it was Black’s own natural affability, thoroughly disarming charm and sharp wits that secured her position as one of Britain’s best-loved presenters. Her innate ability to put members of the general public at ease despite the glare of the camera allowed both shows to blossom and attract seven-figure viewing figures – although she has many great anecdotes where things didn’t go quite to plan, too. Her verbal dexterity and friendly rapport all stem from her Merseyside roots, she says.


Cilla (1968-1979)

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Cilla Live (2004)

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“That’s a Liverpudlian thing, I think,” she remarks. “We are very quick-witted. I love ordinary people actually. I’m not very good with stars. I can do all that kissing on both cheeks and all the rest of it, but I’m not very luvvie at all. So Blind Date and Surprise Surprise were tailor-made for me… In the early days, I would get some incredible responses. They often didn’t know who I was and I’d have to go through the embarrassment of telling them. Sometimes they didn’t even know they were being filmed. Maybe it was down to me; maybe I just made them feel like they were at home. Of course, it made for great television.” She continues: “I think I take after my mother. My mother was more well-known in Liverpool than I was. She was very outgoing. She was a market lady and had a second-hand stall. The first time I went back home, when ‘You’re My World’ was number one, this person shouted out from the other side of the street, ‘You can sing, but you’re not a patch on your mother.’ I think she thought she was insulting me, but in a way it was great. It actually made me very proud.” If they weren’t already, Black’s family has good reason to be proud of her now, as she collects one of BAFTA’s highest honours. “It’s wonderful,” she says. “I’ve got one BAFTA before, but I really didn’t appreciate it then. It was for Blind Date and I was winning awards for everything. But with

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this award, I’m really honoured that BAFTA has recognised my contribution to television. I’m really very flattered.” Black remains perhaps everyone’s favourite onscreen ‘auntie’, and shines whenever the television cameras are pointed at her. Yet, it is also a surprise to learn that a shyness lies beneath that consummate professional exterior. Asked what advice she would give to her teenage self, Black thinks for a moment before answering. “I don’t know. I’ve lived a very charmed life, both in my personal life and in show business. Everything I touched seemed to turn to gold. Maybe to be more confident. I was confident, but even now I’m better with an audience than with a group of friends. I still have trepidation when I walk into a crowded room. I’ve got so much confidence on the telly, live television as well, but it’s my one bugbear: to get over my shyness when I walk into a room.” The room in question this time, of course, is the Theatre Royal, where more than 1,600 guests and millions of viewers at home will watch her collect the Special Award and Black will naturally be the centre of attention once more. But she will take it all in her stride, as she has so many times before – as her star turn alongside Lily Savage (O’Grady) and Barbara Windsor at the 2001 Royal Variety Performance wonderfully illustrates. Fate, destiny, luck, whatever you want to call it, has led her to this moment. It’s all a long way from working as a coat-check girl at the famous Cavern club in Liverpool, a favoured venue of the Beatles, in the 1950s. “I was just in the right place at the right time,” she concludes, “and I had a certain amount of luck. Of course, I had the Beatles, and I was happy to ride on their coat tails. Brian Epstein, the Beatles and me. I was quite happy with that. But you have to get up there and do it to sustain it.” There’s no arguing she’s done just that.


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THE FULL SPECTRUM A Photographic Essay by Chris Floyd The beauty of television is that it truly offers something for everyone, eliciting a multiplicity of emotions from side-splitting humour to shocking truth. This photographic essay captures the breadth of entertainment that television offers and features a range of British artists and crafts people who have illuminated our screens over the past year.


PAU L DAVI ES


N ATA LI E D O R M ER


J U LI E H ESM O N D H A LG H


RO RY K I N N E A R

D EN N IS K ELLY


A D EEL A K HTA R L AU R A CA R M I CH A EL


CA RO LI N E FL ACK


SI M O N BI RD


H ELEN M C CRO RY


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TO M BU RK E


TESS DA LY

D O M I N I C WEST


ESSAY CREDITS

Stephen Dillane BAFTA-winner Dillane’s output in the past year include Game Of Thrones and The Tunnel. He wears: burgundy blazer – Cerruti 1881; navy shirt and black trousers – Kenneth Cole; navy suede tie – Topman; brown lace

Adeel Akhtar

ups – Kurt Geiger.

In the past year, Akhtar’s star turns have included Utopia, Trollied and The Tunnel. He wears: blue trench – Burberry;

Natalie Dormer

lemon shirt and light blue trousers – Topman; beige shoes

Dormer’s credits for the year include Elementary and

– H&M (hm.com).

Game Of Thrones. She wears: black cropped top and blue leather skirt – Topshop (topshop.com); green strappy

Sir David Attenborough CH, CBE

heels – Dune (dunelondon.com).

The legendary broadcaster, naturalist, former controller of BBC Two and BAFTA Fellow’s recent output includes

Dynamo

Micro Monsters 3D, David Attenborough’s Natural History

Steven Frayne, aka Dynamo, mesmerised the masses once

Museum Alive 3D and Africa. He wears his own clothes.

again with the third series of his Dynamo: Magician Impossible show (nominated in the Entertainment Programme

Simon Bird

category). He wears: shirt and tie – Kenneth Cole.

The BAFTA-nominated co-writer and star of Chickens

E S S A Y

Caroline Flack The X Factor behind-the-scenes presenter wears: orange

Andrew Buchan

cut out shirt – Topshop; orange skirt – H&M; black/

The star of crime drama Broadchurch, nominated four

yellow stilettos – Kurt Geiger.

times at this year’s Awards, wears: green blazer and checked polo shirt – Topman; blue trousers – Just Cavalli;

Krishnan Guru-Murthy

navy lace-ups – Kurt Geiger (kurtgeiger.com).

Channel 4 News anchor for more than 15 years, Guru-Murthy is part of the team nominated for coverage

Tom Burke

of the Egypt Military Coup. He wears his own clothes.

One of the new generation of Musketeers, Burke wears: burgundy blazer – Topman; shirt – DKNY; pink trousers

Julie Hesmondhalgh

– H&M; brown brogues – Kurt Geiger.

The departure of Hesmondhalgh’s character, Hayley Cropper, from Coronation Street was one of 2013’s biggest

Laura Carmichael

soap shocks. She wears: dress – Pied a Terre; blue satin

The actress who plays Lady Edith Crawley in the

stilettos – Paul Andrew.

BAFTA-winning Downton Abbey wears: black and white long bomber – YAS; mustard shorts – Topshop.

Dennis Kelly The Utopia creator and BAFTA-nominated writer wears:

Tess Daly

navy checked suit jacket, trousers and pink hankerchief –

The co-presenter of Strictly Come Dancing, which recently

New & Lingwood; navy waistcoat – Simon Carter;

was bestowed the Special Award at the Television

brown brogues – Russell & Bromley; black-rimmed

Craft Awards, wears: black blouse – House of Fraser;

glasses – Jil Sander.

black/yellow trousers – DKNY; black mid heels – Dune; make-up by Alice Theobald at Joy Goodman.

Rory Kinnear Nominated for Supporting Actor for his role in Southcliffe,

Paul Davies

Kinnear’s recent output also includes sitcom Count Arthur

Hardly any sporting event broadcast on the BBC in the

Strong. He wears: navy three-piece dinner suit – Simon

past decade has happened without executive producer

Carter; coral shirt – Kenneth Cole; brown brogues –

Davies’ involvement. He wears his own clothes.

Russell & Bromley (russellandbromley.co.uk). (cont. over)

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wears: suit, shirt and tie – Kenneth Cole; shoes – H&M.


ESSAY CREDITS

Jodie Whittaker Beth Latimer in the BAFTA-nominated Broadchurch, Whittaker has also appeared in new drama The Smoke. She wears: blue dress – Tibi (fenwick.co.uk); grey block heels – Aldo (aldoshoes.com).

Helen McCrory

McCrory’s credits for the past 12 months include comedy

Kenneth Cole, New & Lingwood, Pied a Terre and YAS all from

Inside No 9 and the BAFTA-winning Peaky Blinders. She

House of Fraser

wears: white jacket dress – Tiger of Sweden; orange heels

www.houseoffraser.co.uk

– Paul Andrew; art deco earrings – Wallis (wallis.co.uk); gold bangle – Topshop.

Shoot Producer: Janette Dalley

Susanna Reid

Shoot stylist: Clare Lazaro, at Angeli & Co

The former presenter of BBC Breakfast for more than

www.angeliandco.com/stylists/clare-lazaro

a decade and now the face of Good Morning Britain wears: digital print dress – Pied a Terre.

Hair and make-up services generously provided by M . A .C Cosmetics and Mark Hill

Dominic West West has received a Leading Actor nomination for his

Shot at Holborn Studios

portrayal of Richard Burton in Burton And Taylor this

www.holbornstudios.com

year. He wears: suit – New & Lingwood; shirt and tie – Kenneth Cole; black brogues – Dune.

Additional portraits from this photo essay will feature on bafta.org

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IN MEMORIAM

Journalist 23 July 1966 — 24 November 2013

Brian Barr

Alan Bridges

Documentary Filmmaker 21 November 1942 — 29 October 2013

Director 28 September 1927 — 07 December 2013

Christopher Barry

Richard Broke

Director 20 September 1925 — 07 February 2014

Producer 02 December 1943 — 14 April 2014

Jack Alexander

Alexandra Bastedo

Henry Bromell

Entertainer 11 November 1935 — 02 November 2013

Actress 09 March 1946 — 12 January 2014

Producer 19 September 1947 — 18 March 2013

John Amis

Paul Bhattacharjee

Joyce Brothers

Broadcaster, Music Critic 17 June 1922 — 01 August 2013

Actor 04 May 1960 — 12 July 2013

Television Personality 20 October 1927 — 13 May 2013

David Anderson

Antonia Bird

Richard Bull

Assistant Director, Producer 17 September 1940 — 04 August 2013

Director 27 May 1951 — 24 October 2013

Actor 26 June 1924 — 03 February 2014

Rona Anderson

Karen Black

Dennis Burkley

Actress 03 August 1926 — 23 July 2013

Actress 01 July 1939 — 08 August 2013

Actor 10 September 1945 — 14 July 2013

Michael Ansara

Eddie Braben

Ray Butt

Actor 15 April 1922 — 31 July 2013

Screenwriter 31 October 1930 — 21 May 2013

Producer, Director 25 June 1935 — 12 July 2013

Allan Arbus

Marc Breaux

Sid Caesar

Photographer, Actor 15 February 1918 — 19 April 2013

Choreographer 03 November 1924 — 19 November 2013

Actor 08 September 1922 — 12 February 2014

Mick Aston

David Brenner

John Cain

Archaeologist 01 July 1946 — 24 June 2013

Comedian, Writer, Producer 04 February 1936 — 15 March 2014

Executive 02 April 1924 — 12 April 2013

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The following pages honour the esteemed contribution to the television industry by those committed individuals who have sadly died in the last 12 months. To learn more about their many achievements, visit bafta.org/heritage/inmemoryof

M E M O R I A M

Anwar Brett

Actor 27 November 1945 — 31 December 2013

I N

James Avery


M E M O R I A M

Duncan Dallas

Dennis Farina

Editor, Sound Editor 02 November 1938 — 09 May 2013

Producer 27 October 1940 — 11 April 2014

Actor 29 February 1944 — 22 July 2013

Christopher Chataway

Peter Davalle

Susan Fitzgerald

Broadcaster 31 January 1931 — 19 January 2014

Journalist 06 June 1925 — 25 October 2013

Actress 28 May 1949 — 09 September 2013

John Cole

Nigel Davenport

Alison Ford

Journalist, Political Editor 23 November 1927 — 07 November 2013

Actor 23 May 1928 — 25 October 2013

Editor 07 September 1967 — 02 July 2013

Alan Coleman

Mick Deane

Steve Forrest

Producer, Director 28 December 1936 — 10 December 2013

Cameraman 24 September 1951 — 14 August 2013

Actor 29 September 1925 — 18 May 2013

David Coleman

Jeffery Dench

John Fortune

Broadcaster, Commentator 26 April 1926 — 21 December 2013

Actor 29 April 1928 — 27 March 2014

Actor, Satirist 30 June 1939 — 31 December 2013

Lewis Collins

Felix Dexter

Peter Frank

Actor 27 May 1946 — 27 November 2013

Actor, Comedian 26 July 1961 — 18 October 2013

Broadcaster, Political Scientist 06 May 1934 — 21 November 2013

Joe Conley

Clarissa Dickson Wright

Sir David Frost

Actor 03 March 1928 — 07 July 2013

Chef, Presenter 24 June 1947 — 15 March 2014

Broadcaster, Executive, Producer 07 April 1939 — 31 August 2013

Jeanne Cooper

Rupert Dilnott-Cooper

James Gandolfini

Actress 25 October 1928 — 08 May 2013

Executive 01 January 1954 — 20 May 2013

Actor 18 September 1961 — 19 June 2013

Polly Coupland

Komla Dumor

Peaches Geldof

Production Manager 06 November 1955 — 30 December 2013

Presenter, Journalist 03 October 1972 — 18 January 2014

Presenter, Writer 13 March 1989 — 07 April 2014

Addison Cresswell

James Ellis

Murray Gershenz

Comedy Agent 28 June 1960 — 23 December 2013

Actor 15 March 1931 — 08 March 2014

Actor 12 May 1922 — 28 August 2013

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David Campling


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Lisa Robin Kelly

Journalist, Broadcaster 26 May 1946 — 05 January 2014

Actress 05 March 1970 — 14 August 2013

Jim Goddard

John Horsley

Jean Kent

Director, Designer, Painter 02 February 1936 — 17 June 2013

Actor 21 July 1920 — 12 January 2014

Actress 29 June 1921 — 30 November 2013

Gary David Goldberg

Bob Hoskins

Annette Kerr

Director, Writer, Producer 25 June 1944 — 22 June 2013

Actor 26 October 1942 — 29 April 2014

Actress 02 July 1920 — 23 September 2013

Michael Grigsby

Barry Jackson

Gail Kobe

Filmmaker 07 June 1936 — 12 March 2013

Actor 29 March 1938 — 05 December 2013

Actress, Producer 19 March 1932 — 01 August 2013

Julie Harris

David Jacobs CBE

Greg Kramer

Actress 02 December 1925 — 24 August 2013

Presenter 19 May 1926 — 02 September 2013

Actor 1961 — 08 April 2013

Dominick Harrod

Paul Jenkins

Saul Landau

Broadcaster 21 August 1941 — 04 August 2013

Actor 02 August 1938 — 01 July 2013

Filmmaker 15 January 1936 — 09 September 2013

Hans Hass

Christopher Jones

Bob Larbey

Marine Biologist, Writer, Director 23 January 1919 — 16 June 2013

Actor 18 August 1941 — 31 January 2014

Writer 24 June 1934 — 31 March 2014

Jocelyn Hay

Kenneth Jones

Tom Laughlin

Broadcaster, Campaigner 30 July 1927 — 21 January 2014

Actor 20 February 1930 — 13 February 2014

Actor 10 August 1931 — 12 December 2013

Barbara Hicks

Michael J Kagan

Ed Lauter

Actress 12 August 1924 — 06 September 2013

Producer 16 July 1926 — 10 November 2013

Actor 30 October 1938 — 16 October 2013

Joe Hobbs

Fay Kanin

Anthony Lawrence

Military Costume Designer 14 November 1961 — 27 December 2013

Screenwriter 09 May 1917 — 27 March 2013

Journalist, Broadcaster 12 August 1912 — 24 September 2013

M E M O R I A M

Simon Hoggart

Producer 29 May 1917 — 13 July 2013

I N

Leslie Gilliat

OBE


M E M O R I A M I N

Mario Machado

Don Mitchell

Actor 09 August 1963 — 23 November 2013

Actor 22 April 1935 — 04 May 2013

Actor 17 March 1943 — 08 December 2013

Elmore Leonard

Angus MacKay

Édouard Molinaro

Novelist, Screenwriter 11 October 1925 — 20 August 2013

Actor 15 July 1926 — 08 June 2013

Director, Screenwriter 13 May 1928 — 07 December 2013

Harry Lewis

Christopher Malcolm

Cory Monteith

Actor 01 April 1920 — 09 June 2013

Actor 19 August 1946 — 15 February 2014

Actor 11 May 1982 — 13 July 2013

Jon Leyne

Derek Martinus

Carys Morgan

Foreign Correspondent 28 February 1958 — 27 July 2013

Director 04 April 1931 — 27 March 2014

Producer 21 December 1984 — 21 April 2013

Carlo Lizzani

Richard Matheson

Cliff Morgan CVO, OBE

Director, Screenwriter, Critic 03 April 1922 — 05 October 2013

Author, Screenwriter 20 February 1926 — 23 June 2013

Presenter, Executive 07 April 1930 — 29 August 2013

Roger Lloyd-Pack

Andy Matthews

Elaine Morgan OBE

Actor 08 February 1944 — 15 January 2014

Director, Producer 05 May 1956 — 12 January 2014

Writer 07 November 1920 — 12 July 2013

Olga Lowe

Iain McColl

Gerard Murphy

Actress 14 September 1919 — 02 September 2013

Actor 27 January 1954 — 04 July 2013

Actor 14 October 1948 — 26 August 2013

AC Lyles

Allan McKeown

Bernie Nolan

Producer 17 May 1918 — 27 September 2013

Producer 21 May 1946 — 24 December 2013

Singer, Actress 17 October 1960 — 04 July 2013

David Lyon

Ian McNaught-Davis

George Noordhof

Actor 16 May 1941 — 07 June 2013

Broadcaster 30 August 1929 — 10 February 2014

Producer 19 February 1922 — 17 November 2013

Richard Lyon

Briony McRoberts

Ken Norton

Actor 08 October 1934 — 16 October 2013

Actress 10 February 1957 — 17 July 2013

Actor 09 August 1943 — 18 September 2013

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Jay Leggett


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Sir Run Run Shaw

Actor 01 September 1948 — 21 March 2014

Producer, Executive 23 November 1907 — 07 January 2014

Eleanor Parker

Mary Riggans

Mel Smith

Actress 26 June 1922 — 09 December 2013

Actress 19 July 1935 — 02 December 2013

Actor, Writer, Director 03 December 1952 — 19 July 2013

Diana Parry

Harry Ritchie

Jean Stapleton

Casting Director 26 November 1927 — 26 January 2014

Production Buyer 30 January 1934 — 22 June 2013

Actress 19 January 1923 — 31 May 2013

Bob Patience

Joseph Ruskin

Graham Stark

Producer 27 June 1942 — 16 March 2013

Actor 14 April 1924 — 28 December 2013

Actor 20 January 1922 — 29 October 2013

Bill Pertwee MBE

Otto Sander

Stan Stennett

Actor 21 July 1926 — 27 May 2013

Actor 30 June 1941 — 12 September 2013

Actor 30 July 1925 — 26 November 2013

Arnold Peters

Richard Sarafian

Bert Stern

Actor 03 June 1925 — 11 May 2013

Director 28 April 1930 — 18 September 2013

Photographer, Filmmaker 03 October 1929 — 26 June 2013

Ted Post

Lou Scheimer

Mike Stuart

Director 31 March 1918 — 20 August 2013

Producer 19 October 1928 — 17 October 2013

Animation Director 22 September 1933 — 06 May 2013

Nosher Powell

August Schellenberg

Michael Sullivan

Stuntman, Actor 15 August 1928 — 20 April 2013

Actor 25 July 1936 — 15 August 2013

Broadcaster, Journalist 15 March 1937 — 28 May 2013

Franca Rame

Lorenzo Semple Jr

Gavin Taylor

Actress, Writer 18 July 1928 — 29 May 2013

Screenwriter 27 March 1923 — 28 March 2014

Director 1942 — 12 June 2013

Ian Rawnsley

Paul Shane

James S Thompson

Production Designer 19 December 1940 — 06 August 2013

Actor, Comedian 19 June 1940 — 16 May 2013

Production Designer 06 July 1973 — 09 December 2013

M E M O R I A M

James Rebhorn

Actress 10 August 1939 — 30 March 2014

I N

Kate O’Mara


M E M O R I A M I N

Paul Walker

John Wilson

Actor 01 February 1984 — 19 August 2013

Actor 12 September 1973 — 30 November 2013

Animator 07 August 1919 — 20 June 2013

Richard Thorp

Marcia Wallace

Mike Winters

Actor 02 January 1932 — 22 May 2013

Actress 01 November 1942 — 25 October 2013

Comedian 15 November 1930 — 24 August 2013

Audrey Totter

Bill Wallis

Aubrey Woods

Actress 20 December 1917 — 12 December 2013

Actor 20 November 1936 — 06 September 2013

Actor 09 April 1928 — 07 May 2013

Sue Townsend

John Warwick

Katherine Woodville

Writer 02 April 1946 — 10 April 2014

Cinematographer 27 July 1948 — 06 November 2013

Actress 04 December 1938 — 05 June 2013

Barbara Trentham

Ron Weaver

Olwen Wymark

Actress 27 August 1944 — 02 August 2013

Producer 09 June 1937 — 09 May 2013

Screenwriter, Playwright 14 February 1932 — 14 June 2013

Robert Trotter

Christopher Evan Welch

Patrice Wymore

Actor 07 March 1930 — 12 August 2013

Actor 28 September 1965 — 02 December 2013

Actress 17 December 1926 — 22 March 2014

Anne Valery

Geoffrey Wheeler

Cy Young

Actress, Screenwriter 24 February 1926 — 29 April 2013

Presenter, Producer 24 September 1930 — 30 December 2013

Film Researcher, Editor, Former Governor of the BFI 05 December 1941 — 12 October 2013

Tom Vernon

Alan Whicker CBE

Writer, Broadcaster 23 April 1939 — 11 September 2013

Journalist, Broadcaster 02 August 1925 — 12 July 2013

Edward Vincent

Harold Whitaker

Consultant, Writer 11 November 1921 — 15 September 2013

Animator 05 June 1920 — 26 December 2013

Ralph Waite

Jerome Willis

Actor 22 June 1928 — 13 February 2014

Actor 23 October 1928 — 11 January 2014

Carmen Zapata Actress 15 July 1927 — 05 January 2014 The Academy has made every effort to compile an accurate In Memoriam listing of television practitioners between 20 April 2013 and 25 April 2014.

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OFFICERS OF THE ACADEMY

Harvey Elliott Chairman, Games Committee

OFFICERS

Andrew Newman Chairman, Television Committee

HRH The Duke of Cambridge, KG Academy President

Nik Powell Chairman, Film Committee

Duncan Kenworthy OBE Academy Vice-President

— Medwyn Jones Chairman, Commercial Committee

Sophie Turner Laing Academy Vice-President

Board of Trustees — John Willis Chairman of the Academy Anne Morrison Deputy Chairman of the Academy and Chairman, Learning and Events Committee

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Pippa Harris Deputy Chairman, Film Committee Jane Lush Deputy Chairman, Television Committee

Tanya Seghatchian Co-optee Janet Walker Chairman, Finance and Audit Committee — Amanda Berry OBE Chief Executive Kevin Price Chief Operating Officer


COM MIT TEES

Jane Lush Deputy Chairman

Elected Members of the Film Committee

— Richard Boden James Dean Neil Grant Olivia Lichtenstein Krishnendu Majumdar Simon Spencer Graham Stuart Brian Woods

— Nik Powell Chairman Pippa Harris Deputy Chairman — David Arnold Andrew Curtis Christopher Figg Justin Johnson Luke Parker Bowles Kenith Trodd Clare Wise Penny Wolf

Elected Members of the Television Committee — Andrew Newman Chairman

Elected Members of the Games Committee — Harvey Elliott Chairman — Georg Backer Paul Jackson Ray Maguire Johnny Minkley

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BAFTA’s partners have shown great loyalty in their year-round association with the BAFTA brand, and share our commitment and passion for the industries we represent. We warmly thank them for their commitment to the Academy and our work of promoting excellence in the Film, Television and Games industries.

Academy Partners

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P A R T N E R S A W A R D S T E L E V I S I O N

With enduring thanks to all the Official Partners to the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards in 2014.

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P R O V I D E R S G I F T

A huge thanks to the following brands that have generously provided gifts for this year’s nominees and citation readers.

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Bespoke Mari tote bag from the Spring/Summer ’14 collection.

Champagne truffles and an exclusive Rabot Estate dining offer.

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A unique gift set of miniature bottlegreen cordials.

An elegant Kenneth Cole bow tie and a stylish Biba pouchette.

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Fun and flirty Chelsea bracelets in a variety of pop culture motifs.

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A bottle of Champagne Taittinger Brut Réserve NV in a gift box.

The next generation of oil treatments for hair, MiracOILicious.

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A pass for a day at the award-winning ESPA Life at Corinthia Spa.

Self Tan Express Advanced Bronzing Mousse – the one-hour tan.

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A refreshing, moisturising brumisateur facial spray.

A tour, wine tasting and lunch at the Villa Maria winery, Auckland.

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Fortnum & Mason A specially selected, bespoke blend, of finest quality loose leaf tea. www.fortnumandmason.com

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TELEVISION AWARDS GIFT PROVIDERS


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Arqiva, our title sponsor Andrew Newman, Jane Lush and members of the Television Committee John Willis, Chairman of the Academy Television jury members and chairs All broadcasters for their invaluable assistance Graham Norton, our host Jenni Falconer, our BAFTA filmed content host All staff at the Academy

BBC Brighter Connections – online voting Freuds Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel International Production Network – Red Carpet production Smart AV – screen supplier Whizz Kid Entertainment

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A C K N O W L E D G E M E N T S

The Academy wishes to thank…


BAFTA CREDITS Head of Television and Games Kelly Smith Director of Production Clare Brown Awards Event Producer Helen Kierney

B A F T A

Awards Officer Bradley Down Awards Team Emma Baehr, Siobhan Pridgeon, David Lortal, Rob Jones, Georgina Norton, Nicki Wedgwood Head of Partnerships Louise Robertson Partnerships Team Natalie Moss, Amy Elton, Phil Eacott BAFTA Productions Cassandra Hybel, Ryan Doherty, Daniel Dalton, Georgina Cunningham Communications Team Pippa Irvine, Genevieve Smith, Oli Goldman Accounts Graham Bowen

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Production Coordinator Sophie Klein


BROCHURE CREDITS Editor Toby Weidmann

Design & Art Direction Tel: +44 (0)20 7729 7694

Managing Editors Christine Robertson Adam Tuck Press & PR Nick Williams Communications Intern Emma Reid ‘In Memoriam’ compiled by Georgina Norton

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All images used with kind permission from the nominees, production companies and broadcasters.

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Fellowship and Special Award Photography Nicky Johnston folio@nickyjohnston.co.uk www.nickyjohnston.co.uk

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Producer Andy Tweddle

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