British Academy Television Awards 2010

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2010 British Academy Television Awards
Date 6 June 2010
Host Graham Norton
Highlights
Best Actor Kenneth Branagh
(Wallander)
Best Actress Julie Walters
(Mo)
Comedy Performance Peter Capaldi
(The Thick of It)
Rebecca Front
(The Thick of It)
Best Comedy The Armstrong and Miller Show
Best Drama Misfits
Television/Radio coverage
Network BBC One
Viewership 4.17 million
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The 2010 British Academy Television Awards were held on 6 June 2010. The nominations were announced on 10 May.[1] This year new awards were added including the award for Best Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role. Graham Norton hosted the ceremony. Winners are in bold.

Nominations[edit]

  • Drama Serial
    • Occupation (BBC One)
    • Red Riding (Channel 4)
    • Small Island (BBC One)
    • Unforgiven (ITV)
  • Single Documentary
    • Katie: My Beautiful Face (Channel 4)
    • Louis Theroux: A Place for Paedophiles (BBC Two)
    • Tsunami: Caught on Camera (Channel 4)
    • Wounded (BBC One)
  • Current Affairs
    • Dispatches — Afghanistan: Behind Enemy Lines (Channel 4)
    • Generation Jihad (BBC Two)
    • This World — Gypsy Child Thieves (BBC Two)
    • Dispatches — Terror in Mumbai (Channel 4)
  • Sport
    • F1 - The Brazilian Grand Prix (BBC One/BBC Sport)
    • FA Cup Final (ITV/ITV Sport)
    • World Athletics Championships (BBC Two/BBC Sport)
    • UEFA Champions League Live (ITV/ITV Sport)
  • Situation Comedy
    • The Inbetweeners (E4)
    • Miranda (BBC Two)
    • Peep Show (Channel Four)
    • The Thick of It (BBC Two)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Television Awards Nominations in 2010". BAFTA. 10 May 2010. Retrieved 23 May 2010. 

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