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Attendees Confirmed for the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards

20 May 2012
Arqiva British Academy Television Awards

The attendees to the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards in 2012 have been confirmed.

The Arqiva British Academy Television Awards will take place on Sunday 27 May at the Royal Festival Hall, London.

Hosted by Dara O Briain, the ceremony will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC One HD at 8.00pm that evening.

Attendees confirmed to date include (in alphabetical order): Alan Carr, Alan Sugar, Alex Jones, Alexander Armstrong, Amy Childs, Andrew Scott, Antonia Thomas, Benedict Cumberbatch, Bill Byrne, Bruno Tonioli, Charlie Brooker, Claire Foy, Dame Kelly Holmes, David Attenborough, Davina McCall, Dominic West, Douglas Booth, Emilia Fox, Fearne Cotton, Gareth Malone, Hairy Bikers (Si King and Dave Myers), Harry Derbridge, Harry Dhillon, Helen McCrory, Helen Skelton, Holly Willoughby, Hugh Bonneville, Hugh Quarshie, Iwan Rheon, Jack Whitehall, James Buckley, Jenni Falconer, Jennifer Saunders, Jenny Agutter, Jeremy Bowen, Jeremy Piven, Jimmy Carr, Joanne Froggatt, Joe Gilgun, John Partridge, Jonathan Edwards, Kane Robinson, Kate Silverton, Katherine Kelly, Kayvan Novak, Leigh Francis, Mary Berry, Melissa George, Michael McIntyre, Miranda Hart, Morgana Robinson, Nadine Marshall, Nathan Stewart Jarrett, Nick Hewer, Nick Knowles, Nigel Planer, Olivia Colman, Peter Capaldi, Philip Glenister, Reece Shearsmith, Robbie Coltrane, Robert Glenister, Robert Lindsay, Rolf Harris CBE, Rupert Penry Jones, Sam Clafin, Sandy Toksvig, Scott Mills, Simon Bird, Sir Terry Pratchett, Sofie Grabol, Sophie Okonedo, Stephen Drew, Stephen Mangan, Stephen Moffat, Stewart Lee, Suranne Jones, Tamsin Greig, Timothy Spall, Tina Hobley, Vicky McClure, Warren Brown.

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