List of awards and nominations received by Coronation Street

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Awards and nominations received by Coronation Street
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 85 258
References

Coronation Street is a British soap opera first broadcast on 9 December 1960. The show has earned various awards and nominations over the years for its cast performances and storylines.

All About Soap Awards[edit]

The All About Soap Awards (formerly The All About Soap Bubble Awards) are presented by All About Soap magazine and voted for by the public. They started in 2002.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2009 Bad Boy Gray O'Brien Won [1]
I'm A Survivor Maria Connor Won
2010 Baby Drama Maria gives birth in a deserted shack Nominated [2]
[3]
Bride and Doom John/Fiz Nominated
Bride and Doom Steve/Becky Won
Fatal Attraction Kevin/Molly Nominated
Femme Fatale Carla Connor Nominated
Femme Fatale Rosie Webster Nominated
Killer Secret Carla returns to blackmail Tony Nominated
Smooth Criminal Tony Gordon Won
2011 Best Actor Chris Gascoyne Nominated [4]
Best Actress Katherine Kelly Nominated
Best Baby Drama Tyrone learns the truth about Jack Nominated
Best Comeback Tracy Barlow Nominated
Best Love Triangle Leanne/Peter/Nick Nominated
Best Newcomer Paula Lane Nominated
Best Stunt Tram crash Won
2012 Best Actor Chris Gascoyne Nominated [5]
Best Actress Alison King Nominated
Best Comeback John Stape Nominated
Best Couple Peter and Carla Nominated
Best Episode Steve and Tracy's wedding Nominated
Best Villain Frank Foster Nominated
2013 Best Baby Drama Kylie's pregnancy - who's the daddy? Nominated [6]
[7]
Best Baby Drama Tina's surrogacy Nominated
Best Episode Kirsty falls down the stairs after she confronts Tyrone Nominated
Best Storyline Nick and Leanne's rocky romance Nominated
Best Wedding Kirsty and Tyrone Won
Best Wedding Nick and Leanne Nominated
Forbidden Lovers Maria and Marcus Nominated

British Academy Television Awards[edit]

The British Academy Television Awards were launched in 1954 and are presented during an annual award show hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1987 Best Actress Jean Alexander Nominated [8]
1992 Best Drama Serial Coronation Street Nominated
1995 Best Drama Serial Coronation Street Nominated
1997 Lew Grade Award Coronation Street Won
1999 Best Soap Opera Coronation Street Nominated
2000 Best Soap Opera Coronation Street Nominated [9]
2001 Best Soap Opera Coronation Street Nominated
Special Award Coronation Street Won
2002 Best Soap Opera Coronation Street Nominated
2003 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won [10]
Lew Grade Award Coronation Street Nominated
2004 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won [10]
2005 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won [10]
2006 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [11]
2007 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [12]
2009 Philips Audience Award Coronation Street Nominated [13]
2010 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [14]
2011 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [15]
2012 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won [16]
2013 Best Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [17]

The British Soap Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1999 Best Soap Coronation Street Won
2000 Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
2001 Best Dramatic Performance Georgia Taylor Won [18]
Best Exit Naomi Radcliffe Won
Best On-screen Partnership William Tarmey and Elizabeth Dawn Won
Best Single Episode Coronation Street Live Won
Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
Best Storyline Mark, Linda and Mike love triangle Won
2002 Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
2003 Best Soap Coronation Street Won [19]
2004 Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
2005 Best Soap Coronation Street Won [20]
2006 Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
2007 Best Soap Coronation Street Won [21]
2008 Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
2009 Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
2010 Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
2011 Best Actor Chris Gascoyne Nominated [22]
Best Actress Katherine Kelly Nominated
Best British Soap Coronation Street Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Patti Clare Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Jane Danson Won
Best Exit Bill Tarmey Won
Best Newcomer Paula Lane Nominated
Best On-screen Partnership Katherine Kelly and Simon Gregson Nominated
Best Single Episode Coronation Street Live Won
Best Storyline End of the line for the Websters and Dobbs Won
Best Young Performance Alexander Bain Won
Lifetime Achievement Award Bill Tarmey Won
Spectacular Scene of the Year The Tram Crash Won
Villain of the Year Kate Ford Nominated
2012 Best Actor Chris Gascoyne Nominated [23]
Best Actress Alison King Won
Best British Soap Coronation Street Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Stephanie Cole Won
Best Dramatic Performance Alison King Nominated
Best Exit Katherine Kelly Won
Best Newcomer Natalie Gumede Won
Best Single Episode Becky's Final Farewell Won
Best Storyline Carla's ordeal Nominated
Best Young Performance Alexander Bain Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year Carla's car crash Nominated
Villain of the Year Andrew Lancel Won
2013 Best Actor Alan Halsall Won [24]
Best Actress Jennie McAlpine Nominated
Best Actress Michelle Keegan Nominated
Best British Soap Coronation Street Won
Best Comedy Performance Patti Clare Won
Best Dramatic Performance Natalie Gumede Won
Best Episode Kirsty's treachery ends in Tyrone's arrest Nominated
Best Exit Nigel Havers Won
Best Newcomer Marc Baylis Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Jennie McAlpine and Alan Halsall Nominated
Best Storyline Kirsty's abuse of Tyrone Won
Best Young Performance Ellie Leach Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year The Rovers fire Nominated
Villain of the Year Natalie Gumede Won
Villain of the Year Nigel Havers Nominated

Inside Soap Awards[edit]

The Inside Soap Awards are voted for by readers of Inside Soap magazine. The awards have been running since 1996.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2010 Best Actor Chris Gascoyne Nominated [25]
[26]
Best Actor Simon Gregson Nominated
Best Actor Gray O'Brien Nominated
Best Actress Sally Dynevor Nominated
Best Actress Katherine Kelly Nominated
Best Actress Alison King Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Alison King Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Helen Worth Nominated
Best Exit Gray O'Brien Nominated
Best Exit Reece Dinsdale Nominated
Best Newcomer Cherylee Houston Nominated
Best Newcomer Holly Quin-Ankrah Nominated
Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
Best Stunt The factory explosion Won
Best Stunt Joe perishes on the lake Nominated
Best Wedding Steve McDonald and Becky Granger Nominated
Best Wedding John Stape and Fiz Brown Nominated
Best Young Actor Alex Bain Won
Best Young Actor Elle Mulvaney Nominated
Funniest Performance Patti Clare Nominated
Funniest Performance Craig Gazey Won
2011 Best Actor Chris Gascoyne Nominated [27]
Best Actress Katherine Kelly Nominated
Best Bad Boy Chris Gascoyne Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Jane Danson Nominated
Best Exit Bill Tarmey Won
Best Newcomer Paula Lane Nominated
Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
Best Wedding Roy and Hayley Cropper Nominated
Best Young Actor Alex Bain Nominated
Funniest Performance Patti Clare Nominated
Outstanding Achievement Coronation Street Won
2012 Best Actor Chris Gascoyne Nominated [28]
Best Actress Michelle Keegan Nominated
Best Bad Boy Chris Gascoyne Nominated
Best Bitch Kate Ford Nominated
Best Bitch Paula Lane Nominated
Best Newcomer Kirsty Soames Nominated
Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated
Best Young Actor Alex Bain Won
Funniest Male Simon Gregson Nominated
Funniest Female Katy Cavanagh Nominated

National Television Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
1995 Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Won [29]
Special Recognition Award Julie Goodyear Won
1996 Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated
1997 Most Popular Newcomer Matthew Marsden Won [29]
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated
1998 Most Popular Newcomer Jane Danson Nominated [30]
[31]
Most Popular Newcomer Adam Rickitt Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Won
1999 Most Popular Actor Steven Arnold Nominated [32]
[33]
Most Popular Actress Julie Hesmondhalgh Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Alan Halsall Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Naomi Radcliffe Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Won
2000 Most Popular Newcomer Tina O'Brien Won [34]
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Won
2001 Most Popular Actress Georgia Taylor Nominated [35]
Most Popular Newcomer Scott Wright Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2002 Most Popular Newcomer Brian Capron Nominated [36]
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2003 Most Popular Actor Brian Capron Nominated
Most Popular Actress Suranne Jones Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Kate Ford Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2004 Most Popular Actor Bruno Langley Nominated [37]
[38]
Most Popular Actress Suranne Jones Won
Most Popular Actress Tina O'Brien Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Sam Aston Won
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Won
2005 Most Popular Actor Bradley Walsh Nominated [39]
[40]
Most Popular Actress Sally Lindsay Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Antony Cotton Won
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2006 Most Popular Actor Bradley Walsh Nominated [39]
Most Popular Actress Sue Cleaver Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer Nikki Patel Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2007 Most Popular Actor Antony Cotton Nominated [41]
Most Popular Actress Sue Cleaver Nominated
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2008 Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated [42]
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Katherine Kelly Nominated
2010 Most Popular Newcomer Craig Gazey Won [43]
[44]
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Won
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Katherine Kelly Nominated
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Simon Gregson Nominated
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Gray O'Brien Nominated
2011 Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Nominated [45]
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Katherine Kelly Nominated
2012 Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Won [46]
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Katherine Kelly Won
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Alison King Nominated
2013 Most Popular Newcomer Natalie Gumede Nominated [47]
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street Won
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Alan Halsall Won
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance Michelle Keegan Nominated

Royal Television Society Awards[edit]

The Royal Television Society Awards ceremony takes place every March in central London.[48]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2002 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won
2003 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won
2004 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won
2005 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2006 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won
2007 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2008 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2009 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated
2010 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [49]
2011 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [50]
2012 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won [51]
2013 Best Soap and Continuing Drama Coronation Street Won [52]

Television and Radio Industries Club Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2001 Special Award Coronation Street Won
2002 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Nominated
2003 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Won [53]
2004 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Won [54]
2005 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Won [55]
2006 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Won [56]
2007 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Won [57]
2008 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Nominated
2009 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Nominated
2010 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Nominated
2011 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Won [58]
2012 TV Soap Personality Betty Driver Won [59]
2013 TV Soap of the Year Coronation Street Won [60]
[61]
TV Soap Personality Michelle Keegan Nominated

TV Choice Awards[edit]

The TV Choice Awards, awarded by TV Choice magazine, began in 1997 as the TV Quick Awards. Between 2005 and 2009 they were known as the TV Quick and TV Choice Awards. They are voted for by readers of the magazine.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2013 Best Soap Coronation Street Won [62]

TVTimes Awards[edit]

The TVTimes Awards began in 1969 and are awarded by TVTimes magazine.

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2009 Favourite Double Act Becky and Steve Nominated [63]
[64]
[65]
Favourite Newcomer Craig Gazey Nominated
Favourite Soap Star Katherine Kelly Nominated
Favourite Soap Star Jennie McAlpine Nominated
2010 Favourite Newcomer Paula Lane Nominated [66]
Favourite Soap Star Simon Gregson Nominated
Favourite Soap Star Katherine Kelly Nominated
2011 Favourite Soap Star Jane Danson Nominated [67]
Favourite Soap Star Chris Gascoyne Nominated
2012 Favourite Soap Star Jane Danson Nominated [68]
Favourite Soap Star Alan Halsall Nominated

Other awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref
2008 Daily Star Soaper Star Awards Best Actress Kim Ryder Won [69]
Best Bad Boy Jack P Shepherd Won
Best Bitch Alison King Won
2010 Stonewall Awards Broadcast of the Year Coronation Street Won [70]
TV Now Awards Favourite Female Soap Star Katherine Kelly Won [71]
Favourite Soap Coronation Street Won
Soap Legend Bill Roache Won
2011 Broadcast Awards Best Soap or Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [72]
Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Outstanding Contribution to Broadcasting Tony Warren Won [73]
2012 Broadcast Awards Best Soap or Continuing Drama Coronation Street Nominated [74]
Creative Diversity Network Awards Radio Times Soap Award Coronation Street Won [75]
Virgin Media TV Awards Best Baddy Frank Foster Nominated [76]
[77]
Best Soap Coronation Street Nominated

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