The Broadcast Awards 2019 shortlist has been announced and we are thrilled that a large number of productions featuring the work of our clients have been nominated for awards:


Best Drama Series or Serial

Kiri starring WUNMI MOSAKU as DI Palmer and SHARON D CLARKE as Bimpe

The End of the F***ing World starring WUNMI MOSAKU as DC Teri Darego

A Very English Scandal starring EVE MYLES as Gwen Parry Jones and ARABELLA NEALE as Thorpe’s Secretary

Patrick Melrose featuring JAMES FLEET as Victor and NEAL BARRY as the Driver

Save Me featuring RYAN MCKEN as DC Leo Rainsford


Best Single Drama

Killed By My Debt starring CHANCE PERDOMO as Jerome Rogers

The Child In Time featuring JOHN HOPKINS as the Home Secretary and LAURENCE SPELLMAN as Greg Ellis


Best Multichannel Programme

Killed By My Debt starring CHANCE PERDOMO as Jerome Rogers


Best Children’s Programme

Jamie Johnson featuring TIM DANTAY as series regular Mike Johnson


Best Pre-School Programme

Waffle the Wonderdog featuring GUY BURGESS as Mr Meagre, SHARON D CLARKE as Gram and MONA GOODWIN as Sharon


Best Daytime Programme

Shakespeare and Hathaway Private Investigators featuring TOMOS EAMES as DS Keeler, SEETA INDRANI as Cecilia Tekler, EMMA NOAKES as Maggie Pross and CHANCE PERDOMO as Hamish King


Best Soap/Continuing Drama

Holby City featuring JAYE JACOBS as series regular Donna Jackson


International Programme Sales

Britannia featuring PAULINE TURNER as Blue Queen

Catastrophe featuring SEETA INDRANI as Harita

Gunpowder featuring FERGUS O’DONNELL as Captain William Turner

Liar featuring EVELYN DUAH as the Counsellor and MIKE BURNSIDE as Sam Caretaker


The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 6th February 2019. Good luck to all the nominees.

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