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All of us are touched by the first children’s programmes we loved. They shaped our to the British Academy Children’s viewing and, unlike shows Awards, BAFTA’s celebration of the for adults, they are indelible, very best in children’s film, television remaining in the memory forever. The best of them have and games, and of the incredibly enabled succeeding generations to create, to think, and talented people behind them. increasingly to participate. So we are lucky that in Britain the children’s production community is so consistently innovative. On the basis of tonight’s nominations, children’s entertainment is in very good health, with many of the programmes and performances being highly popular with young audiences, too. Young people have an inherent appreciation of excellence, and what constitutes quality entertainment. They will be inspired by your creativity and consider a career in our industries – your work is an inspiration, and serves as an example of what can be achieved with a creative vision, dedication and hard work. Tonight we present the Special Award to one of the most loved and respected figures in our industry: the wonderful Biddy Baxter MBE. Biddy receives the Award for her outstanding creative contribution to children’s television in the 50th year since the introduction of her iconic Blue Peter badge. To her great tribute, much of the Blue Peter she devised back then as the programme’s editor remains the same today.

My sincere thanks to Harvey Elliott, Chairman of BAFTA’s Children’s Committee, to the expert jury members who gave so much of their time to arrive at this evening’s winners, and to our citation readers who will announce them. Thank you to the BAFTA team, including Siobhan Pridgeon and Clare Brown, who’ve helped deliver tonight’s event. Finally, a very warm welcome to our new host, Jake Humphrey. BAFTA’s work is as much about supporting and nurturing new talent as it is rewarding excellence. Earlier this week, BAFTA launched Give Something Back, an industry campaign that asks you to give your time, offer a summer work placement at your company or make a donation to help BAFTA nurture and support young people – your audiences of today, and the stars of tomorrow. Via Give Something Back, consider contributing your time and expertise to a BAFTA learning event or making a small financial donation to fund our activity. The UK is home to some of the most experienced and talented practitioners in children’s entertainment and your involvement will help safeguard the industry’s future. Visit for more information. Have a wonderful evening.

John Willis Chairman of the Academy

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The Snowman And The Snowdog Production Team Lupus Films/Channel 4

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The Dumping Ground

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Elly Brewer, Stewart Svaasand, Louise Sutton CBBC/CBBC

Fit Production Team Citrus Television/CBBC

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Jamie Wilson, Annette Williams, Sid Cole CBBC/CBBC

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Horrible Histories Production Team Lion Television in association with Citrus Television/CBBC

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Wolfblood Foz Allan, Debbie Moon, Will Sinclair CBBC/CBBC

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Help! My Supply Teacher Is Still Magic

Absolute Genius With Dick & Dom

Anthony Owen, Nick Hutchings, Anthony Waldron Objective Productions/CBBC

Owenna Griffiths, Lee English, James Millar CBBC/CBBC

Horrible Histories: Gory Games

My Life: Breaking Free

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Officially Amazing Production Team Lion Television Scotland/CBBC

Sam & Mark’s Big Friday Wind-up David Beardsell, Tony Grech CBBC/CBBC

Alison Gregory, Kate Monaghan, Holly Cocker markthree media/CBBC

Newsround: Hard Times Alex Leech, Ricky Boleto, Daniel Clarke CBBC/CBBC

Operation Ouch! Simone Haywood, Ian France Maverick Television/CBBC

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Based in England, TT Games is one of the world's leading developers of interactive entertainment for young gamers and their families. In 2005, LEGO Star Wars was released to critical acclaim and considerable commercial success. That was followed by further LEGO games, many in combination with some of the world's most signiicant entertainment properties such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, Batman and Marvel. We are proud to celebrate that continued success with our BAFTA nominations for LEGO Lord of the Rings and LEGO City Undercover.

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Animal Crossing: New Leaf

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Life Of Pi Ang Lee, Gil Netter, David Womark Fox 2000 Pictures/ Twentieth Century Fox

ParaNorman Arianne Sutner, Travis Knight, Sam Fell, Chris Butler LAIKA/Universal Pictures International

Development Team Nintendo/Nintendo

Lego City Undercover Development Team TT Games/Nintendo

Luigi’s Mansion 2 Development Team Next Level/Nintendo

Skylanders Giants Development Team Toys for Bob/Activision Publishing

Wreck-It Ralph Rich Moore, Clark Spencer, John Lasseter Walt Disney Animation Studios, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/ Walt Disney Pictures

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INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION COMPANY Complete Control UK Darrall Macqueen Kindle Entertainment Somethin’ Else

INTERNATIONAL Adventure Time Pendleton Ward, Larry Leichliter, Kelly Crews Cartoon Network/Cartoon Network

Doc McStuffins Production Team Brown Bag Films, Walt Disney Television Animation/Disney Junior

Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness Production Team Nickelodeon/Nickelodeon

Regular Show Production Team Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network

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Children Of World War 2

The Imagineers

Harvey Woolfe, Dominic Sant, Tim Duck Evans Woolfe Media/ BBC Two Learning Zone

Chris Harries, Jane Dibblin, Richard Osborne Angel Eye Media/ BBC Two Learning Zone


Just A Few Drinks

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Harvey Woolfe, Dominic Sant, Tristan Anderson Evans Woolfe Media/ BBC Two Learning Zone

What Makes Me, Me? And Other Interesting Questions

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As editor and producer of Blue Peter between 1962 and 1988, Biddy Baxter helped shape the imagination, creative talents and resourcefulness of generations of children. Adding to the two BAFTA Awards the series won under her stewardship, the Academy honours Baxter in her own right with the Special Award… With its signature hornpipe theme tune and sailing ship motif, Blue Peter remains one of the most iconic children’s programmes ever produced in the UK. In fact, with a broadcast history that has lasted more than 50 years (making it the world’s longest running children’s series), it’s hard to imagine British television without it. Although first broadcast in 1958, it wasn’t until Biddy Baxter joined the show as editor in 1962 that Blue Peter really came into its own. During her tenure, which lasted until 1988, she was instrumental in developing the lively magazine format of arts and crafts, presenter challenges, spotlights and showcases and Appeals that we all know and love today. And, of course, without Baxter


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send in their ideas (resulting in a weekly postbag of around 7,000 there would be no Blue Peter badge, which is so highly prized by those who earn one (she herself was given a golden badge upon her letters) and instigating the annual Blue Peter Appeals, which ask children to organise bring and buy sales retirement from the show). or collect rubbish for recycling and have The main aim was, she says, “I’m quite overwhelmed to have raised millions of pounds for charities at “to encourage our viewers to join in been given the Special Award. home and abroad. with their own ideas, so it was their “I was incredibly lucky to work programme, as much as it can be in a I’m thrilled and very proud.” with Edward and Rosemary,” she notes. one-way medium. We didn’t want to “Edward was asked to look after me and I think this was hugely sit there like megalomaniacs, doing something for ourselves. The unpopular with him at the start, but he did it with good grace and great challenge was we had this multi-age range audience. Without we actually worked very well together. Rosemary was seconded compromising anything, we had to appeal to this very wide when I went on jury service and stayed on the programme when demographic and a magazine-style format was ideal for that.” I returned. We had different talents, And yet it could have been so different. Joan Maureen Baxter but they were complementary talents (Biddy is a childhood nickname that stuck) attended Durham and we made a very good team.” University with ambitions to become a psychiatric social worker, During Baxter’s 26 years on Blue but a chance encounter at the university’s careers office led her Peter, the programme won 22 awards, to apply for a role as a studio manager at BBC Radio in London including two BAFTA Awards and upon graduation in 1955. She became the producer of Listen With Mother and BBC School Radio’s Junior English programmes, before moving over to BBC Television Children’s Programmes in 1961 and taking on her role as editor on Blue Peter a year later. “I came from radio completely ignorant about television,” she says. “I went on a course before being plunged into it. I actually thought I was going to be working on Watch With Mother. I didn’t know I was going to work on Blue Peter, this weekly magazine programme.” Working alongside producers Edward Barnes and Rosemary Gill, Baxter would shape the show into its current format, devising the Blue Peter badge to encourage children to

Opposite: Biddy Baxter with William Timyn’s bronze of Petra, Blue Peter’s first dog. Below left: Baxter (left), presenter Valerie Singleton (centre) and Doreen Stephens, BBC Television Head of Children’s Programmes (right) introduce some royal visitors to Joey the Blue Peter parrot, 1966. Producer Edward Barnes and presenter John Noakes can be seen in the background. Below: Baxter with producers Barnes and Rosemary Gill at BBC Television Centre with Blue Peter’s first BAFTA,1969

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12 nominations (the show has gone on to win five more). She was appointed an MBE in 1981, and in 1988 received an honorary D. Litt from the University of Newcastle, as well as honorary degrees from Durham and Leicester universities. In 2003, in memory of her late husband, Baxter founded The John Hosier Music Trust, with Simon Rattle as patron. The Trust provides scholarships for impoverished music students to help them undertake their post-graduate studies. She’s also authored 38 books, including the rather wonderful Dear Blue Peter… in 2008, which collected together 50 years of viewer correspondence, and has raised more than £20,000 for the Trust. It’s this relationship between programme and viewer which she helped foster that stands as Baxter’s proudest achievement. “We were very lucky to be working for the BBC and to be allowed to create something that had long-term results rather than instant results,” she explains. “Creating a relationship in a one-way medium

Opposite: Baxter’s farewell party at BBC Television Centre, 1988, with past and current presenters (clockwise from left) Peter Duncan, Simon Groom, Mark Curry, Caron Keating, Tina Heath, Yvette Fielding, Valerie Singleton and Janet Ellis. Above left: Princess Anne and Singleton at the Starehe Boys’ Centre, Nairobi, filming the Blue Peter Royal Safari, 1971. Above: Baxter sorts through some of the Blue Peter Sightsaver Appeal correspondence, 1986

with a non-captive audience was a huge challenge. I’ve been incredibly lucky to have had such a long and rewarding broadcasting career, and to have worked with such talented and creative colleagues and so many outstanding presenters.” It’s hard not to be charmed by Baxter’s self-effacing modesty, who throughout our interview is quick to spread the credit for Blue Peter’s success with both her co-workers and the viewers who contributed to the show. She states that she’s “overwhelmed” to be named as this year’s Special Award recipient. “I’m thrilled and very proud,” she says, adding with a laugh: “And a bit scared, in case I fluff it up on the night.”

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Sneak James Huggins, Mike Outlaw, Steve Taylor Made in Me

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Wolfblood (Rhydian Morris) CBBC/CBBC

Peppa Pig

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

Timmy Time Jackie Cockle, Liz Whitaker, David Scanlon Aardman Animations/CBeebies

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CBeebies Ugly Duckling

Blue Peter CBBC/CBBC

Angela Young, Iwan Watson, Tony Reed CBeebies/CBeebies

Chris Jarvis

Ha Ha Hairies Mellie Buse, Jan Page, Martin Franks Adastra Creative/Cartoonito

Mr Bloom’s Nursery: Get Set, Grow! Jon Hancock, Charlotte Bushell, Simon Hall CBeebies/CBeebies

Barney Harwood

Show Me Show Me CBeebies/CBeebies

Justin Fletcher Something Special CBeebies/CBeebies

Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes Sam & Mark’s Big Friday Wind-up CBBC/CBBC

Something Special Paul Shuttleworth, Nia Ceidiog, Claire Taylor CBeebies/CBeebies


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SHORT FORM Aim High Production Team Disney Channel UK/Disney XD

Cardboard Box Adventures Akin Akinsiku, Kim Majkut, Peter Drake Nickelodeon & Not to Scale/Nick Jr

WRITER Writing Team The Amazing World Of Gumball Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe/Cartoon Network

Sam Morrison, Neville Astley, Mark Baker Peppa Pig Astley Baker Davies/Five

Share A Story

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Stepping Up – The Cloudwatch Club LA Productions/CBBC

What’s The Big Idea?

Debbie Moon

Frédéric Puech, Alan Gilbey, Tanguy de Kermel Planet Nemo/CBeebies

Wolfblood CBBC/CBBC

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Feature Film

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Justin Johnson CHAIR Rhidian Brook Andrea Calderwood Julie Dawn Cole Phil Gallagher Briony Hanson Tanya Seghatchian Reece Shearsmith Deborah Sheppard

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Matt Locke CHAIR Jane Burton Paul Canty Tim Plyming Jo Roach Jody Smith

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Independent Production Company Oliver Hyatt CHAIR Marion Edwards Vanessa Hill Damian Hook Tim Searl Jocelyn Stevenson

International Joe Godwin CHAIR Steven Andrew Louise Benson Henrietta Hurford-Jones Debbie Macdonald Melanie Stokes

Learning Secondary Maddy Darrall CHAIR Kay Benbow Bill Hobbins Brian Neish Connal Orton Lucienne Pactat Kalpna Patel Stuart Pearson Catherine Williams

Multiplatform Rosie Allimonos CHAIR Anwen Aspden Johan Brand Rebecca Denton Eric Huang Faraz Osman Juliette Otterburn-Hall Lisa Sargood

Performer Cecilia Persson CHAIR Simon Amster Zoe Bamsey Michael Carrington Gillian Hawser Dee Robertson Alison Warner

Pre-School Animation Simon Spencer CHAIR Helen Brunsdon James Burrell Alun Edwards Matt Porter Steve Lee Steve Smith

Short Form Finn Arnesen CHAIR Simon Cruse Raquel Dobson Philip Hunt Julian Kemp John Marley Chris Wood

Writer Beth Gardiner CHAIR Pia Ashberry Tony Collingwood Will Maclean Jocelyn Stevenson Jen Upton Rebecca Watson

Pre-School Live Action Tony Collingwood CHAIR Beth Gardiner Billy McQueen Simon Nicholson Tim Patterson Karen Vermeulen

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BAFTA Kids’ Vote As well as celebrating the best of film, television and games annually, the Academy’s remit is also to inspire the next generation of practitioners. The BAFTA Kids’ Vote was created with both those aims in mind… At its most basic level, the BAFTA Kids’ Vote was designed to give a voice to those who appreciate the films, television shows and interactive media the most: the children. The Award format and voting dynamic for the Kids’ Vote has changed with the times since its introduction at the Children’s Awards in 1997, but ostensibly the aim has always been the same: to allow children to vote for their favourites of the year. The Kids’ Vote evolved into its current format in 2009, allowing the nation’s children aged between 7 and 14 years old to pick their favourite television show, film, game and website from the past year. By its very nature, the Kids’ Vote invites children to think about why they like a certain film or website, or prefer one game over another. And it’s certainly proved to be popular: more than half a million votes were cast in 2012.


BAFTA hopes to translate these fantastic numbers into a new venture: the BAFTA Children’s: Behind The Scenes series. Launched at the Framed Festival held at the Barbican earlier this month, the event is more directly inspirational and educational, while also reflecting the vibrancy of our Kids’ Vote website. It took the form of an entertaining 90-minute magazine-style show, presented by Friday Download’s Shannon Flynn and Wolfblood’s Bobby Lockwood. The varied programme included special guest interviews, goodie giveaways, fun challenges, and exclusive behind-the-scenes items about many of tonight’s nominees. It’s our aim to take this format on the road throughout the next 12 months. By celebrating the amazing content produced in the UK and helping children to learn directly about what goes into making them through our extensive events programme, BAFTA is committed to inspiring the next generation of creative practitioners. Find out more:

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The Amazing World Of Gumball The Dumping Ground Good Luck Charlie Horrid Henry iCarly Jessie Phineas And Ferb Show Me What You’re Made Of Wizards Vs Aliens Wolfblood

The Croods Despicable Me 2 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Iron Man 3 Life Of Pi Man Of Steel Monsters University Star Trek Into Darkness The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Wreck-It Ralph



Angry Birds Star Wars Cut The Rope: Time Travel Despicable Me: Minion Rush FIFA 13 Just Dance 4 LEGO The Lord Of The Rings Minecraft Need For Speed Most Wanted New Super Mario Bros 2 Skylanders Giants

CBBC Miniclip Moshi Monsters Disney Club Penguin Bin Weevils Stardoll LEGO Nickelodeon

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Harvey Elliot CHAIR Justin Johnson DEPUTY CHAIR Rosie Allimonos Helen Blakeman Anne Brogan Beth Gardiner Joe Godwin Oliver Hyatt Matt Locke Cecilia Persson Anna Rafferty Simon Spencer Jessica Symons

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