45 days to go - Peter Capaldi wins for his short film Franz Kafka's It's A Wonderful Life
20 years ago, The Doctor (AKA Peter Capaldi) won his first BAFTA with producer Ruth Kenley-Letts for their short film Franz Kafka's It's A Wonderful Life (1993). Written and directed by Capaldi, the comic film starred Richard E. Grant and also received an Academy award.
Capaldi has so far been nominated for six more BAFTAs, winning the Male Performance In A Comedy Programme award in 2010 for his role as Malcolm Tucker in The Thick of It.
He is currently the owner of a well known blue police box.