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Television Awards Information

31 January 2013
Helen Worth at the 2010 BAFTA Television Awards.Charlie Gray / BAFTA

The British Academy Television Awards rewards the very best in Television broadcast on British screens during the preceding year.

The Awards in 2015 will take place on Sunday 10 May in London.

For more information about how to enter the British Academy Television Awards visit the Awards Information page.

Detailed Information:

- Watch the Awards on TV
- Follow the Awards Online
- Public Tickets
- Access the Red Carpet
- Media & Publicist Accreditation
- Eligibility, Entry Rules and Voting

For further information please email Rachel Nichols at racheln@bafta.org

Watch the Awards on TV

The British Academy Television Awards are usually broadcast on television on the day of the event itself. Further details will be released here soon.

Follow the Awards Online

Red carpet highlights, ceremony clips and exclusive backstage interviews from the Awards are available to watch on the Television Awards landing page. All exclusive coverage of the event will be available to view on the BAFTA YouTube Channel.

Winners will be revealed on this website, on the BAFTA Twitter feed and the BAFTA Facebook page as they are announced during the live ceremony.

Please continue to check the website as there will be regular updates and promotions to enhance your BAFTA experience.

Public Tickets

Mingle with the stars at the most prestigious night in the television calendar - the British Academy Television Awards.

Public tickets will go on sale in February 2015.


Access the Red Carpet

There will be areas for the public to view the Red Carpet and share in the excitement of the event as the stars arrive for the evening.

Public Access Information:

  • There will be no access to the public viewing area without a wristband.
  • Wristbands will be made available from the public queuing area - further information to follow
  • For disabled access please contact Rachel Nichols - racheln@bafta.org
  • The public viewing areas will be filled from approximately 2pm by security.
  • Wristbands will be issued by security on a first come, first served basis. The wristband will be placed on the spectator’s wrist immediately and will not be transferable. No unofficial queuing systems will be recognised.
  • BAFTA security will give instructions on the day to help you safely into the viewing areas. They will be dressed in high visibility jackets therefore easy to identify. Please listen to their instructions.
  • There will be random bag searches of all public in the viewing areas in operation so we advise you to bring as little baggage as possible.
  • Please remember that BAFTA cannot guarantee the weather – please dress appropriately.

Disabled Access to the Public Viewing Area:

  • A limited number of spaces are available on the red carpet for public in wheelchairs.
  • Applications for these places will be taken on a first come first served basis from 9am on Tuesday 1st April. Any applications received before this time will not be considered. A maximum of 2 wheelchair spaces can be requested per application.
  • Each wheelchair user can be accompanied by one carer who will be able to stand behind the wheelchair to ensure those guests who are seated are able to see the Red Carpet.

*To apply for a space please email Rachel Nichols - racheln@bafta.org and include your name, the name of your carer, email address and a contact number for on the day.