Attendees Include: Aaron Paul, Ant & Dec, Claudia Winkleman, Davina McCall, Dominic West, Graham Norton, Helena Bonham Carter, James Corden, Jamie Dornan, Mo Farah, Joe Dempsie, Martin Freeman, Naomi Campbell, Olivia Colman, Sheridan Smith, Sir Bruce Forsyth, Susanna Reid, Tess Daly
London, 14 May 2014: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has today confirmed a number of nominees, presenters and other attendees of this Sunday’s Arqiva British Academy Television Awards at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.
Attendees confirmed to date include (in alphabetical order): Aaron Paul, Ant & Dec, Charlie Brooker, Claire Rushbrook, Claudia Winkleman, Danny Dyer, David Bradley, David Mitchell, Davina McCall, Deborah Meaden, Dominic West, Doon Mackichan, Duncan Bannatyne, Evan Davis, Frances de la Tour, Graham Norton, Helena Bonham Carter, Hugh Dancy, Jake Humphrey, James Corden, Jamie Dornan, Jeremy Piven, Jerome Flynn, Joe Dempsie, Katherine Parkinson, Keeley Hawes, Kelly Hoppen, Kerrie Hayes, Kerry Howard, Laura Carmichael, Lizzy Yarnold, Luke Newberry, Maddy Hill, Martin Freeman, Marvin Humes, Mathew Baynton, Maxine Peake, Mel & Sue, Mo Farah, Naomi Campbell, Nicky Campbell, Nico Mirallegro, Nicola Walker, Olivia Colman, Paterson Joseph, Paul O'Grady, Peter Jones, Piers Linney, Richard Ayoade, Rob Brydon, Rory Kinnear, Ross Kemp, Sam Neill, Sarah Lancashire, Sean Harris, Sheridan Smith, Shirley Henderson, Sir Bruce Forsyth, Susanna Reid and Tess Daly.
Julie Walters CBE, recipient of the Fellowship, and Cilla Black OBE, recipient of the Special Award, will also be in attendance.
The Arqiva British Academy Television Awards will be hosted by Graham Norton at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, and broadcast on BBC One at 8pm on Sunday 18 May.
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