The list of guests set to attend the House of Fraser British Academy Television Awards on Sunday 10 May 2015, has been released.
Amanda Abbington, Anna Friel, Ant & Dec, Archie Panjabi, Catherine Tate, Chris O’Dowd, Claudia Winkleman, Danny Dyer, David Attenborough, Heida Reed, Hugh Bonneville, James Corden, James Nesbitt, Jessica Hynes, Jessica Raine, Mary Berry, Sheridan Smith and Tess Daly.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has today confirmed a number of nominees, presenters and other attendees of this Sunday’s House of Fraser British Academy Television Awards at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.
Attendees confirmed to date include (in alphabetical order): Adeel Akhtar, Alex Jones, Amanda Abbington, Anna Friel, Ant & Dec, Archie Panjabi, Brendan O’Carroll, Camila Batmanghelidjh, Catherine Tate, Chris O’Dowd, Charlie Brooker, Christopher Eccleston, Claudia Winkleman, Danny Dyer, David Attenborough, David Harewood, Dianna Agron, Eleanor Tomlinson, Freddie Fox, Gemma Jones, Heida Reed, Hugh Bonneville, James Corden, James Nesbitt, James Norton, Jason Isaacs, Jason Watkins, Jessica Hynes, Jessica Raine, John Bishop, Judy Murray, Katie Piper, Keeley Hawes, Leigh Francis, Maisie Williams, Mary Berry, Matt Berry, Ophelia Lovibond, Russell Tovey, Sarah Lancashire, Sheridan Smith, Tamsin Greig, Tess Daly, Toby Jones, Tom Hollander, Vicky McClure and Zawe Ashton.
Jon Snow, recipient of the Fellowship, and Jeff Pope, recipient of the Special Award, will also be in attendance.
The House of Fraser British Academy Television Awards will be hosted by Graham Norton at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London and broadcast on BBC One at 20.00 on Sunday 10 May.
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