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British Academy Television Awards in 2011

British Academy Television Awards in 2011

British Academy Television Awards in 2011


Event: BAFTA Television Lecture with Chris PackhamDate: Tuesday 21 January 2020Venue: Auditorium 1 & Conservatory, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, LondonHost: Liesel Evans-Area: Q&A

Chris Packham - BAFTA Television Lecture

24 January 2020

Award-winning broadcaster, conservationist, photographer and writer Chris Packham called on the television industry to make environmental productions carbon neutral within three years, to reduce television production’s impact on climate change and help highlight the truth about environmental problems our planet faces during the BAFTA television lecture at London’s Barbican Centre.

Event: BAFTA Elevate Launch Date: Wednesday 27 June 2018Venue: BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London-Area: Portraits

'It Started With a Kiss...' by Sarah Farinha

27 June 2019

This Pride month BAFTA-winning writer and BAFTA Elevate participant Sarah Farinha tells us about her personal experiences of sexuality being influenced by television and the LGBTQ+ representation she wants to see on our TV screens today

British Academy Television Craft Awards, London, UK - 28 Apr 2019

The Special Award – Emma Thomas

The role of script supervisor is an integral part of any television or film production, but it’s also a craft that is seldom recognised with awards. Emma Thomas is widely regarded as one of the best in her field and has made an incredible impact on British television and film across her 30-plus years in the business, not least for her mentoring of other women in the industry. At the British Academy Television Craft Awards, held on 28 April 2019, both her work and her craft were recognised with a Special Award. Words by Rachel Ward

Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards 2017, Show, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK - 14 May 2017

The Special Award – Nicola Shindler

With a catalogue of major shows to her name, producer Nicola Shindler is one of British television’s big hitters. Honesty and passion are themes that are explored regularly in her productions – from Queer as Folk and Clocking Off to Last Tango in Halifax and Happy Valley – but as a producer, she’s pragmatic to the needs of broadcasters, too. At the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards, held on 12 May 2019, Shindler was presented with one of BAFTA’s highest honours, the Special Award. Words by Rich Matthews