British Academy Television Awards 2009

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2009 British Academy Television Awards
Date 26 April 2009
Site Royal Festival Hall, London
Host Graham Norton
Highlights
Best Actor Stephen Dillane
(The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall)
Best Actress Anna Maxwell Martin
(Poppy Shakespeare)
Comedy Performance David Mitchell
(Peep Show)
Best Comedy Harry and Paul
Best Drama Wallander
Television/Radio coverage
Network BBC One
Viewership 4.42 million
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The 2009 British Academy Television Awards were held on 26 April at the Royal Festival Hall in London. The event was broadcast live on BBC One and was hosted by Graham Norton. The nominations were announced on 24 March.[1][2] Winners in bold.[3]

Nominations[edit]

  • Best single documentary
    • A Boy Called Alex (Channel 4)
    • Chosen (Channel 4)
    • The Fallen (BBC Two)
    • Thriller in Manila (More4)
  • Best specialist factual
    • Life in Cold Blood (BBC One)
    • Blood and Guts: A History of Surgery (BBC Four)
    • Lost Land of the Jaguar (BBC One)
    • Stephen Fry and the Gutenberg Press: The Machine That Made Us (BBC Four)
  • Best current affairs
    • DispatchesMum Loves Drugs, Not Me (Channel 4)
    • DispatchesSaving Africa's Witch Children (Channel 4)
    • PanoramaOmagh: What the Police Were Never Told (BBC One)
    • Ross Kemp: A Kenya Special (Sky One)
  • Best interactivity
    • Embarrassing Bodies Online (Channel 4)
    • Bryony Makes a Zombie Movie (BBC Three)
    • Merlin (BBC One)
    • 2008 Summer Olympic Games (BBC One)
  • Phillips Audience Award
    • Skins (E4)
    • The Apprentice (BBC One)
    • Coronation Street (ITV)
    • Outnumbered (BBC One)
    • Wallander (BBC One)
    • The X Factor (ITV)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bafta nod for EastEnders' Brown". BBC News. 24 March 2009. Retrieved 24 March 2009. 
  2. ^ "TV Nominations in 2009". BAFTA. 24 March 2009. Retrieved 24 March 2009. 
  3. ^ "Bafta TV Awards 2009: The winners". BBC News. 26 April 2009. Retrieved 28 April 2009. 
  4. ^ "French & Saunders get BAFTA". The Sun (London). 19 April 2009. Retrieved 20 April 2009. 

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