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The British Academy Television Awards


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Graham Norton hosts the annual ceremony from the London Palladium, where both established performers and newcomers to the small screen are recognised for their achievements. Longford's
Jim Broadbent and Andy Serkis are up against John Simm (Life on Mars) and Michael Sheen (Fantabulosa!) for the title of best actor, while Victoria Wood (Housewife 49) battles it out with Anne-Marie Duff (The Virgin Queen), Samantha Morton (Longford) and Ruth Wilson (Jane Eyre ) for the best actress award. Ten-time nominee Paul Merton faces competition from
Ant and Dec, Jonathan Ross and Stephen Fry to win an accolade for the best entertainment performance, and Emmerdale, nominated for the first time in six years, takes on Coronation Street, EastEnders and Casualty in the continuing drama category.
Director Gerri Dowd ; Exec producer Katherine Allen Channel 4 is showing Longford at 10.05pm on Tuesday The Alison Graham column: page 36 Bafta nominations special: page 58


Unknown: Graham Norton
Unknown: Jim Broadbent
Unknown: Andy Serkis
Unknown: Michael Sheen
Unknown: Anne-Marie Duff
Unknown: Samantha Morton
Unknown: Ruth Wilson
Unknown: Jane Eyre
Unknown: Paul Merton
Unknown: Jonathan Ross
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Director: Gerri Dowd
Producer: Katherine Allen
Unknown: Alison Graham

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