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CONTENTS WELCOME 2 A message from the President of the Academy 3 A message from the Academy Chairman THE NOMINATIONS

7 Break-through Talent

9 Costume Design Digital Creativity

11 Director: Factual Director: Fiction

13 Director: Multi-camera Editing: Factual

15 Editing: Fiction Entertainment Craft Team


16 Director Hamish Hamilton is the recipient of this year’s top award


21 Make-up & Hair Design Original Music

23 Photography: Factual Photography & Lighting: Fiction

25 Production Design Sound: Factual

26 Sound: Fiction Visual & Graphic Effects

27 Writer: Comedy Writer: Drama




A warm welcome to the British Academy Television Craft Awards. This past year has been a terrific one for television viewers, often reflecting a monumental year in British history. Throughout our ups and downs, television has remained the medium that brings us as a nation together, allowing us to share moments that will be talked about for years to come. Tonight, we celebrate the diversity of British creativity and the talent behind the programmes we’ve enjoyed. I’m thrilled to witness how the level of innovation and professionalism in this country has reached higher standards than ever before – let’s celebrate the achievements of tonight’s nominees and of top quality television in all its forms. One of the most talked about events in recent memory was, of course, London 2012, the coverage of which was watched by an estimated 90 per cent of the population. I’m therefore delighted that Hamish Hamilton, the man who executive produced and broadcast directed the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Olympic Games and one of the

world’s outstanding multi-camera directors, is to receive tonight’s Special Award. Huge thanks to our host, Stephen Mangan, to all our partners and supporters, and to category sponsors Brightcove, The Farm LA, G-Technology, HotCam, The London Studios, M·A·C and Sara Putt Associates. Thank you to BAFTA’s Television Committee, its chairman Andrew Newman and the many expert BAFTA jurors. Thanks also to Kelly Smith, Siobhan Pridgeon, Clare Brown and everyone at BAFTA who have worked tirelessly to bring us tonight’s ceremony. We’ll be live-tweeting the winners via @BAFTA and publishing video highlights, features and winners’ interviews throughout the night on Congratulations and best of luck to the nominees, who offer such great inspiration. I wish you all an enjoyable evening. JOHN WILLIS Chairman of the Academy


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MIKE BARTLET T Writer, The Town Big Talk Productions/ITV JULIE GEAREY Writer, Prisoners’ Wives Tiger Aspect for BBC Scotland/BBC One RHYS THOM AS Director, Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender – Director’s Cut Mercury Songs, Eagle Rock/BBC Four TIM WHITNALL Writer, Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett Story Mammoth Screen/BBC Four


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COSTUME DESIGN MRS BIGGS Amy Roberts ITV Studios/ITV PAR ADE'S END Sheena Napier Mammoth Screen/BBC Two RICHARD II ( THE HOLLOW CROWN) Odile Dicks-Mireaux Neal Street Productions co-production with NBC Universal and WNET Thirteen/BBC Two RIPPER STREET Lorna Marie Mugan Tiger Aspect Productions, Lookout Point/BBC One


CHANNEL 4 PAR ALYMPICS Steve Boulton, James Rutherford deltatre, 13 Strides/Channel 4 EMBARR ASSING BODIES: LIVE FROM THE CLINIC Production Team Maverick Television/Channel 4 FOXES LIVE: WILD IN THE CIT Y Production Team Windfall Films/Channel 4 THE GREAT BRITISH PROPERT Y SCANDAL Production Team Tiger Aspect, The Project Factory/Channel 4


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DIRECTOR: FACTUAL 7/7: ONE DAY IN LONDON Ben Anthony Minnow Films/BBC Two BR ADLEY WIGGINS: A YEAR IN YELLOW John Dower Twofour Productions/Sky Atlantic OUR WAR Katharine English BBC Productions/BBC Three THE PLOT TO BRING DOWN BRITAIN'S PL ANES Ben Chanan Raw TV/Channel 4

DIRECTOR: FICTION CALL THE MIDWIFE Philippa Lowthorpe Neal Street Productions/BBC One THE GIRL Julian Jarrold Wall to Wall/BBC Two HIT & MISS Hettie Macdonald Red Production Company, AbbottVision/Sky Atlantic MURDER Birger Larsen Touchpaper TV/BBC Two



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7/7: ONE DAY IN LONDON Rupert Houseman Minnow Films/BBC Two A MISH: A SECRET LIFE Sean Mackenzie BBC Wales/BBC Two BRITAIN IN A DAY Peter Christelis Scott Free Films/BBC Two THE SECRET HISTORY OF OUR STREETS Ð PORTL AND ROAD Michael Harrowes Century Films, Halcyons Heart/BBC Two


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EDITING: FICTION THE FEAR Trevor Waite World Productions/Channel 4 THE HOUR Ð EPISODE ONE Gareth C Scales Kudos Film and Television/BBC Two RIPPER STREET Úna Ní Dhonghaíle Tiger Aspect Productions, Lookout Point/BBC One THE THICK OF IT Anthony Boys, Gary Dollner BBC Productions/BBC Two


DERREN BROWN: APOCALYPSE Stephen Bryce, Andrew Cooke, Simon Ainge, Nick Foster Objective Productions/Channel 4 THE DIA MOND JUBILEE CONCERT Durham Marenghi, Steve Nolan, Sam Pattinson, Tim Routledge BBC Productions/BBC One TOP GEAR Dan James, James Hart, Richard Porter, Kate Jones-Mackay BBC Productions/BBC Two THE X FACTOR Ð THE FINAL Dave Davey, Robert Edwards, Florian Wieder, Falk Rosenthal Thames/ITV




Tonight’s Special Award goes to multi-camera director Hamish Hamilton, the man who helped kick-start 2012’s inspirational London Olympic Games coverage. Wor ds by M att h ew Be ll

From the oscars to the Rolling Stones, multi-camera a riot was about to break out,” he notes. “At the time, director and executive producer Hamish Hamilton I thought, ‘Career over – I’ve blown it.’ Thankfully, has been bringing the world’s biggest live events to MTV and the German police agreed I had done the the TV screen for almost two decades. But last year, right thing.” as executive producer and broadcast director of the Despite his inauspicious start, Hamilton knew opening and closing ceremonies, the recipient of this he had found his vocation. His second gig – British year’s Special Award worked on the biggest of them dance act The Prodigy in Red Square performing in all – the London Olympics. front of 150,000 crazed Muscovites “I was a small part of the in 1997 – confirmed it. “The AS A DIRECTOR YOU most amazing cultural event that’s Prodigy’s performance was amazing HAVE TO STEP INTO ever been staged in the UK, a and the crowd were insane – the conduit for the talents of people THE GALLERY WITH police waded in with batons at such as Danny Boyle and [closing HUGE A MOUNTS OF one point.” ceremony creative director] He adds: “At the time, a lot of CONFIDENCE AND A multi-camera Kim Gavin. It was a humbling concerts on television CLEAR DIRECTION. experience but exhilarating,” were really boring. I used to love Hamilton recalls. going to gigs, jumping up and Taking the opening ceremony out of the down and becoming immersed in the experience, but Olympic Stadium and into the living rooms of a that didn’t come over on television. With The Prodigy worldwide audience numbering 900 million was there was so much energy and passion, and I found a not a job for the fainthearted. way to shoot music live and give it a sense of occasion “I get unbelievably nervous and have moments and energy.” of panic, but as a director you have to step into the The Blackpool-born Hamilton’s career had taken gallery with huge amounts of confidence and a clear a sharp turn and there was no going back. direction,” says Hamilton. “The stakes are so high – The multi-camera director has gone on to direct you’re only nano-seconds from complete and utter half-time Superbowl shows featuring The Who and disaster at any point. The highs are really high but the Beyoncé, countless MTV and Brits Awards and live lows can be really low.” concerts by Coldplay and Jay-Z. But his TV career Aside from the Olympics, Hamilton picks Robbie started on a smaller stage. After leaving university, he Williams at Knebworth and U2 in Boston as his trained as a producer with the BBC in Northern highest highs. And the lowest low? That came directing Ireland and Scotland, working on youth programming. his first live event, a 1996 MTV show in Hamburg. A move to London at the behest of Janet Street-Porter “We came off air an hour or so early. I had to plead brought work on BBC Two youth strand DEF II, with MTV Network control to take us off air because including the Rough Guide To… travel shows. 18

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Hamilton’s first multi-camera experience on BBC Two’s The Sunday Show followed. “I had absolutely no idea what I was doing and it was live to air,” he recalls, but Richard Godfrey at MTV liked what he saw and offered him directing duties on the Hamburg concert. Like many TV crafts, multi-camera directing is one that Britain does well. “Look at the people directing the outside broadcast and studio shows in America and they’re all Brits. The BBC should take a lot of credit for training people and MTV for giving them opportunities,” says Hamilton. “I am delighted to be celebrated as a multicamera director,” Hamilton concludes. “It’s a unique art form in its own right. The BAFTA isn’t just for me – it’s one that all multi-camera directors in Britain can share. We’re a small community of people and I’ve been inspired by so much of their work.” Matthew Bell is a freelance television journalist. 19

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A pictorial insight into the work of tonight’s Special Award winner Hamish Hamilton.

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CALL THE MIDWIFE Christine Walmesley-Cotham Neal Street Productions/BBC One THE GIRL Nadine Prigge, Neill Gorton, Clinton Aiden Smith Wall to Wall/BBC Two PAR ADE'S END Jan Archibald Mammoth Screen/BBC Two RIPPER STREET Eileen Buggy, Sharon Doyle Tiger Aspect Productions, Lookout Point/BBC One

ORIGINAL MUSIC DOCTOR WHO Ð ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS Murray Gold BBC Wales/BBC One HENRY I V Ð PART I ( THE HOLLOW CROWN) Stephen Warbeck Neal Street Productions co-production with NBC Universal and WNET Thirteen/BBC Two THE HOUR Kevin Sargent Kudos Film and Television/BBC Two THE SNOWM AN AND THE SNOWDOG Ilan Eshkeri, Andy Burrows Lupus Films/Channel 4


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PHOTOGRAPHY: FACTUAL A MISH: A SECRET LIFE Steve Robinson BBC Wales/BBC Two KINGDOM OF PL ANTS 3D Tim Cragg, Robert Hollingworth, Tim Shepherd Atlantic Productions/Sky 3D RETURN TO THE FALKL ANDS Rupert Binsley Factual North, Shiver/ITV SUPERSIZED EARTH Julius Brighton, Paul O’Callaghan BBC Specialist Factual/BBC One

PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION BL ACKOUT Christopher Ross Red Production Company/BBC One HUNTED Balazs Bolygo Kudos Film and Television/BBC One RIPPER STREET Julian Court Tiger Aspect Productions, Lookout Point/BBC One THE FEAR Gavin Finney World Productions/Channel 4


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DOWNTON ABBEY Donal Woods Carnival Film & Television/ITV THE GIRL Darryl Hammer Wall to Wall/BBC Two THE HOUR Eve Stewart Kudos Film and Television/BBC Two PAR ADE'S END Martin Childs Mammoth Screen/BBC Two

SOUND: FACTUAL BR A ZIL WITH MICHAEL PALIN George Foulgham, Sebastian Dunn Prominent Television/BBC One THE LONDON 2O12 OLYMPICS: SUPER SATURDAY Peter Bridges BBC Sport/BBC One THE PL ANE CR ASH Grant Covacic, Pete Lee, Karl Mainzer, Michael Wood Dragonfly Film And Television, MAP TV/Channel 4 TOP GEAR Chris Lebert, Robert Entwistle, Russell Edwards, Kiff McManus BBC Productions/BBC Two


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SOUND: FICTION ACCUSED Ð MO'S STORY Graham Headicar, Emma Pegram, Stuart Hilliker, Grant Bridgeman RSJ Films/BBC One THE HOUR John Mooney, Nigel Squibbs, Jamie Caple, Marc Lawes Kudos Film and Television/BBC Two RICHARD II ( THE HOLLOW CROWN) Tim Fraser, Adrian Rhodes, Keith Marriner Neal Street Productions co-production with NBC Universal and WNET Thirteen/BBC Two WALL ANDER Paul Hamblin, Matt Skelding, Jim Goddard, Martin Beresford Leftbank Pictures/BBC One

VISUAL & SPECIAL EFFECTS DOCTOR WHO Ð ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS The Mill BBC Wales/BBC One PAR ADE'S END Rupert Ray, benuts Mammoth Screen/BBC Two THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WINNING Robin Nurse, Julian Gibbs, Richard Gort BBC Sport/The Intro Partnership/BBC One TITANIC Tom Turnbull ITV Studios/ITV


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WRITER: COMEDY GET TING ON Jo Brand, Vicki Pepperdine, Joanna Scanlan Vera Productions/BBC Four HUNDERBY Julia Davis Baby Cow Productions/Sky Atlantic THE THICK OF IT Writing Team BBC Productions/BBC Two T WENT Y T WELVE John Morton BBC Productions/BBC Two

WRITER: DRA MA ACCUSED Ð TR ACIE'S STORY Shaun Duggan, Jimmy McGovern RSJ Films/BBC One THE GIRL Gwyneth Hughes Wall to Wall/BBC Two L AST TANGO IN HALIFA X Sally Wainwright Red Production Company/BBC One PAR ADE'S END Tom Stoppard Mammoth Screen/BBC Two





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