List of awards and nominations received by EastEnders

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EastEnders awards and nominations
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
British Academy Television Awards
8 16
National Television Awards
28 117
Royal Television Society Awards
4 10
TRIC Awards
12 19
British Soap Awards
71 261
Inside Soap Awards
65 197
TVChoice Awards
46 121
Digital Spy Soap Awards
8 22
All About Soap Awards
22 58
TV Now Awards
3 16
TV Times Awards
3 12
Other awards
36 65
Totals
Awards won 316
Nominations 906

EastEnders is a British soap opera that has aired on BBC One since 19 February 1985. It has been nominated for a variety of different awards including 15 British Academy Television Awards (eight wins), 10 Royal Television Society Programme Awards (four wins), 18 Television and Radio Industries Club (TRIC) Awards (12 wins) and 243 British Soap Awards (69 wins). Its first award, for Favourite Programme, was given by the Anna Scher Theatre on 24 January 1986.[1]

At the British Academy Television Awards, EastEnders has won the Best Soap or Best Continuing Drama Award seven times, in 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2011 and 2013, with a further seven nominations (2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2012), and Best Drama Series once, in 1997. The show has received 18 nominations in the Most Popular Serial Drama category at the National Television Awards, which it has won 10 times. It has also won Best Soap at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards four times, in 2002, 2009, 2010 and 2011, with a further five nominations in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2012 and 2013.

At The British Soap Awards, it has won Best British Soap ten times (2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012; also nominated in 1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2013 and 2014), Best Storyline three times (1999 for the storyline for when Tiffany Mitchell discovers her mother's affair with her husband Grant, 2008 for the aftermath of Max Branning and Stacey Slater's affair and 2010 for "Who Killed Archie?"), and Best Single Episode three times (in 2006 for an Armistice Day episode, 2002 for the episode where Zoe Slater learns that Kat is her mother and 2010 for "EastEnders Live"). In 2013, Adam Woodyatt won a lifetime achievement award for his portrayal of Ian Beale.

The show has won Inside Soap's Best Soap Award every year from 1996 to 2006, and from 2008 to 2012. In the TVChoice awards, it won Best Soap in 1999, from 2001 to 2003, in 2006, from 2008 to 2012 and in 2014.

In March 2009, EastEnders won its third TRIC award in the category TV Soap of the Year, having also won similar categories at the British Soap Awards, National Television Awards, TVChoice Awards, and Inside Soap Awards within 10 months. EastEnders' Executive Producer Diederick Santer commented that this was due to having "the most talented cast and crew in the business, and the most fantastic and dedicated audience."[2]

Several different EastEnders actors have received acting award nominations for their performances in the show. June Brown is the only EastEnders actor to receive a nomination at the British Academy Television Awards and Patsy Palmer is the only one to be nominated in the Royal Television Society Programme Awards. Simon May won a TRIC award in 1986 for the EastEnders theme tune. Co-creator Tony Holland and writer Tony Jordan have also been honoured. As of March 2011, EastEnders has been nominated for over 900 awards and won more than 300.

British Academy Television Awards[edit]

The British Academy Television Awards are awarded annually by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). EastEnders has received 15 British Academy Television Awards nominations and has won eight of them. It won the award for Best Drama Series in 1997 and has been nominated for Best Continuing Drama or Best Soap 13 times, winning in 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014. June Brown was nominated in 2009 for Best Actress, the first time a soap opera actress was nominated in this category since Jean Alexander who played Hilda Ogden in Coronation Street in 1988.[3] She was the favourite to win the award, but lost out to Anna Maxwell Martin.[4]

June Brown is the only EastEnders actor to receive a British Academy Television Awards nomination.
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
1997 Best Drama Series[5] EastEnders (Corinne Hollingworth, Jane Harris) Won
1999 Best Soap[6][7] EastEnders (Matthew Robinson) Won
2000 Best Soap[8] EastEnders (Matthew Robinson) Won
2001 Best Soap[9] EastEnders (production team) Nominated
2002 Best Soap[10] EastEnders (production team) Won
2003 Best Soap[11] EastEnders (production team) Nominated
2006 Best Continuing Drama[12] EastEnders (production team) Won
2007 Best Continuing Drama[13] EastEnders (production team) Nominated
2008 Best Continuing Drama[14] EastEnders (production team) Nominated
2009 Best Continuing Drama[3][15] EastEnders (production team) Nominated
Best Actress[3][15] June Brown (Dot Branning) Nominated
2010 Best Continuing Drama[16] EastEnders (production team) Won
2011 Best Continuing Drama[17] EastEnders (production team) Won
2012 Best Continuing Drama[18] EastEnders (production team) Nominated
2013 Soap & Continuing Drama[19] EastEnders (production team) Won
2014 Soap & Continuing Drama[20][21] EastEnders (production team) Nominated

National Television Awards[edit]

The National Television Awards were first awarded in 1995. The show has received a total of 18 nominations in the Most Popular Serial Drama category, which it has won 10 times. Several actors have also been nominated for Most Popular Actor, Most Popular Actress, Most Popular Newcomer and Outstanding Serial Drama Performance. The most successful EastEnders actors at the National Television Awards is Lacey Turner, with a total of six nominations and three wins. EastEnders is the first soap to have won all four top awards in a single year,[citation needed] in 2003, when it won the awards Most Popular Actor, Most Popular Actress, Most Popular Newcomer and Most Popular Serial Drama.

Lucy Benjamin received a National Television Award nomination for Most Popular Actress in 2001.
Adam Woodyatt was nominated in the Outstanding Serial Drama Performance category at the 2008 National Television Awards.
Lacey Turner has received six nominations at the National Television Awards, three of which she has won.
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
1995 Most Popular Soap[22] EastEnders Nominated
Most Popular Actor[22] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Nominated
Most Popular Actress[22] Letitia Dean (Sharon Watts) Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer[22] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Nominated
1996 Most Popular Serial Drama[23] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[24] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Nominated
Most Popular Actress[24] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer[24] Paul Nicholls (Joe Wicks) Nominated
1997 Most Popular Serial Drama[23] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[24] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Nominated
Paul Nicholls (Joe Wicks) Nominated
Most Popular Actress[23][25] Martine McCutcheon (Tiffany Mitchell) Won
1998 Most Popular Serial Drama[26] EastEnders Nominated
Most Popular Actor[26] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Nominated
1999 Most Popular Serial Drama[27] EastEnders Nominated
Most Popular Actor[27][28] Joe Absolom (Matthew Rose) Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer[23][27][28] Tamzin Outhwaite (Melanie Healy) Won
Jack Ryder (Jamie Mitchell) Nominated
2000 Most Popular Serial Drama[24] EastEnders Nominated
Most Popular Actor[23] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Won
Most Popular Actress[29] Tamzin Outhwaite (Melanie Healy) Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer[24] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Nominated
Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Nominated
2001 Most Popular Serial Drama[23] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[24] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Nominated
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Most Popular Actress[24] Lucy Benjamin (Lisa Fowler) Nominated
June Brown (Dot Branning) Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer[23][24][30] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Nominated
Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Won
2002 Most Popular Serial Drama[23][31] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[24] Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Nominated
Alex Ferns (Trevor Mogan) Nominated
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Most Popular Actress[23][30][31] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Won
Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer[23][31] Kim Medcalf (Sam Mitchell) Won
2003 Most Popular Serial Drama[23][32] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[23][32] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Most Popular Actress[23][32] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Won
Most Popular Newcomer[23][32] Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) Won
2004 Most Popular Serial Drama[33] EastEnders Nominated
Most Popular Actor[33] Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) Nominated
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Nominated
Most Popular Actress[34] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Most Popular Newcomer[34] Tracy-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) Nominated
2005 Most Popular Serial Drama[23][35] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[35][36][37] Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) Shortlisted
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Shortlisted
Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) Longlisted
Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Longlisted
Most Popular Actress[35][36][37] June Brown (Dot Branning) Shortlisted
Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Shortlisted
Tracy-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) Longlisted
Most Popular Newcomer[35][37] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Shortlisted
2006 Most Popular Serial Drama[23] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[24][37] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Shortlisted
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Longlisted
Most Popular Actress[24][37] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Shortlisted
Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Fowler) Longlisted
Laurie Brett (Jane Beale) Longlisted
Most Popular Newcomer[23][38] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Won
2007 Most Popular Serial Drama[23][39] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[40] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Longlisted
Most Popular Actress[23][39][40] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Kara Tointon (Dawn Swann) Longlisted
Most Popular Newcomer[40] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Longlisted
2008 Most Popular Serial Drama[23][41] EastEnders Won
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance[42] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Longlisted
Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Longlisted
June Brown (Dot Branning) Longlisted
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Longlisted
Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Longlisted
Most Popular Newcomer[23][41] Rita Simons (Roxy Mitchell) Won
2010 Most Popular Serial Drama[43][44] EastEnders Nominated
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance[23][43][45] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Jake Wood (Max Branning) Longlisted
Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Longlisted
Diane Parish (Denise Wicks) Longlisted
Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Longlisted
Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Longlisted
Most Popular Newcomer[43][44] Neil McDermott (Ryan Malloy) Shortlisted
2011 Serial Drama[23] EastEnders Won
Serial Drama Performance[23][46][47] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Marc Elliott (Syed Masood) Longlisted
Don Gilet (Lucas Johnson) Longlisted
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Shortlisted
Diane Parish (Denise Johnson) Longlisted
Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Newcomer[23] Ricky Norwood (Fatboy) Won
2012 Serial Drama[48][49] EastEnders Nominated
Serial Drama Performance[48][49] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Longlisted
Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Shortlisted
Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Longlisted
Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Newcomer[48][50] Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning) Won
2013 Serial Drama[51][52] EastEnders Nominated
Serial Drama Performance[51][52] Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Shortlisted
Ann Mitchell (Cora Cross) Longlisted
Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning) Longlisted
Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Longlisted
Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Steve John Shepherd (Michael Moon) Longlisted
Newcomer[52] David Witts (Joey Branning) Won
2014 Serial Drama[53][54][55] EastEnders Nominated
Serial Drama Performance[53][54][55] Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Longlisted
Diane Parish (Denise Fox) Longlisted
Jake Wood (Max Branning) Longlisted
Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Nominated
Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Newcomer[53][54][55] Khali Best (Dexter Hartman) Won

Royal Television Society Programme Awards[edit]

The Royal Television Society Programme Awards ceremony takes place every March in central London.[56] EastEnders has been nominated in the Soap category (Soap and Continual Drama from 2007 onwards) eight times, and has won four times, in 2002, 2009, 2010 and 2011. In 2009, episodes were submitted to a panel from "Whitney Week", a week of episodes centred around the character of Whitney Dean, played by Shona McGarty.[57] In 2011, Lindsay Coulson's portrayal of Carol Jackson was praised by the judges, following the death of her son Billie Jackson (Devon Anderson).[58] Actress Patsy Palmer was also nominated in the Actor Female category in 1998 for her portrayal of Bianca Jackson.[59]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
1998 Actor Female[59] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Nominated
2002 Soap[60] EastEnders Won
2004 Soap[61] EastEnders Nominated
2005 Soap[62] EastEnders Nominated
2006 Soap[63] EastEnders Nominated
2009 Soap and Continuing Drama[64] EastEnders Won
2010 Soap and Continuing Drama[65] EastEnders Won
2011 Soap and Continuing Drama[58] EastEnders Won
2012 Soap and Continuing Drama[66] EastEnders Nominated
2013 Soap and Continuing Drama[67][68] EastEnders Nominated

Television and Radio Industries Club Awards[edit]

The Television and Radio Industries Club (TRIC) Awards were established in 1969. They are awarded annually and are voted for by members of the television and radio industry.[2] EastEnders has won a total of 12 awards, including Best TV Theme Music in 1987 (awarded to Simon May), TV Soap Personality in 2007, 2011 and 2013 (awarded to Lacey Turner, Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie respectively), New TV Talent in 2004 (Christopher Parker), five awards for TV Soap of the Year, in 2002, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012, and the TRIC Special Award in 2010, presented to Barbara Windsor for her 15 years playing the character Peggy Mitchell.[69]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
1986 BBC Programme of the Year[1][25] EastEnders Won
1987 Best Theme Music[1][25] Simon May Won
2002 TV Soap Programme of the Year[70] EastEnders Won
2004 New TV Talent[71] Christopher Parker (Spencer Moon) Won
2007 TV Soap Personality[72] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
TV Soap of the Year[73] EastEnders Nominated
2008 TV Soap of the Year[74] EastEnders Won
2009 TV Soap of the Year[75] EastEnders Won
TV Soap Personality[76] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Nominated
2010 TV Soap of the Year[77][78] EastEnders Won
TV Soap Personality[78][79] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
TRIC Special Award[69] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Won
2011 TV Soap of the Year[80] EastEnders Nominated
TV Soap Personality[81] Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Won
2012 TV Soap of the Year[82] EastEnders Won
TV Soap Personality[83] Jo Joyner (Tanya Jessop) Nominated
2013 TV Soap of the Year[84] EastEnders Nominated
Soap Personality[85] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
2014 TV Soap of the Year[86] EastEnders Nominated

The British Soap Awards[edit]

The British Soap Awards began in 1999 and EastEnders has since won the award for Best British Soap ten times. EastEnders has won more British Soap Awards than any other soap opera. Six categories (Best British Soap, Best Actor, Best Actress, Villain of the Year, Sexiest Male and Sexiest Female) are voted for by the public, the rest by a panel. Adam Woodyatt won a lifetime achievement award in 2013 for his portrayal of Ian Beale since 1985.[87]

Ross Kemp has won the British Soap Award for Best Actor twice, in 1999 and 2006.
Michelle Ryan was nominated for Best Actress at the British Soap Awards in 2005.
Patsy Palmer won Best Actress at the British Soap Awards in 2000.
Shane Richie won Best Actor at the British Soap Awards in 2005.
Marc Elliot won the a British Soap Award for Best Newcomer in 2010 for his portrayal of Syed Masood.
Year Category Nominees(s) Result
1999 Best British Soap[24] EastEnders Nominated
Best Actor[25] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Won
Best Actor[24] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Nominated
Best Actress[25] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Won
Best Actress[24] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Nominated
Best Newcomer[24] Jack Ryder (Jamie Mitchell) Nominated
Best Storyline[25] EastEnders (Tiffany Mitchell discovering her mother's affair with her husband Grant Mitchell) Won
Villain of the Year[24] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Nominated
Villain of the Year[24] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[24] June Brown (Dot Branning) Nominated
2000 Best British Soap[88] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[88] Joe Absolom (Matthew Rose) Won
Best Actress[88] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Won
Villain of the Year[88] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Won
Best Dramatic Performance[88] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Won
2001 Best British Soap[89] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[89] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Won
Best Actress[89] Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Jackson) Won
Best Actress[24] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Nominated
Best Newcomer[89] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Won
Villain of the Year[89] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Won
Best Comedy Performance[24] Shaun Williamson (Barry Evans) Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership[24] Sid Owen and Patsy Palmer (Ricky Butcher and Bianca Jackson) Nominated
2002 Best British Soap[90] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[90] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Won
Best Actor[24] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actor[24] Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[90] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Won
Best Actress[24] Tamzin Outhwaite (Melanie Owen) Nominated
Best Actress[24] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Best Newcomer[90] Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan) Won
Best Dramatic Performance[24] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[24] John Bardon (Jim Branning) Nominated
Villain of the Year[90] Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan) Won
Villain of the Year[24] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Hero of the Year[24] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership[90] June Brown and John Bardon (Dot Branning and Jim Branning) Won
Best Single Episode[90] EastEnders (Zoe Slater learning that Kat Slater is her mother) Won
Spectacular Scene of the Year[24] Martin Kemp and Steve McFadden (for Steve Owen's car crash) Nominated
Best Storyline[24] EastEnders (Zoe Slater learning that Kat Slater is her mother) Nominated
Best Exit[24] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Nominated
Special Achievement Award[90] Tony Holland Won
2003 Best British Soap[91] EastEnders Nominated
Best Actor[91] Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan) Nominated
Best Actor[91] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actor[91] Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[91] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Won
Best Actress[91] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Best Actress[91] Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Jackson) Nominated
Best Newcomer[91] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance[91] Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Jackson) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[91] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Nominated
Villain of the Year[91] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Villain of the Year[91] Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan) Nominated
Hero of the Year[91] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Morgan) Nominated
Best Storyline[91] Trevor Morgan's domestic abuse of his wife Little Mo Morgan Nominated
Best Single Episode[91] Hallowe'en night Nominated
Best Exit[91] Jack Ryder (Jamie Mitchell) Nominated
2004 Best British Soap[92] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[92] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Best Actor[93] Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actor[93] Leslie Grantham (Den Watts) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Letitia Dean (Sharon Rickman) Nominated
Best Newcomer[92] Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) Won
Best Dramatic Performance[93] Letitia Dean (Sharon Rickman) Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress[92] Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Fowler) Won
Best Comedy Performance[93] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Nominated
Villain of the Year[92] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Won
Villain of the Year[93] Leslie Grantham (Den Watts) Nominated
Villain of the Year[93] Michael Higgs (Andy Hunter) Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership[93] Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie (Kat Slater and Alfie Moon) Nominated
Soap Bitch of the Year[93] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Nominated
Best Single Episode[93] EastEnders (Den Watts' Return) Nominated
Best Exit[93] Shaun Williamson (Barry Evans) Nominated
2005 Best British Soap[93] EastEnders Nominated
Best Actor[94] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Best Actor[93] Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) Nominated
Best Actor[93] Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Michelle Ryan (Zoe Slater) Nominated
Best Exit[94] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Won
Best Newcomer[93] Tracy-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance[93] Gary Beadle (Paul Trueman) Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress[93] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[24] Ricky Groves (Garry Hobbs) Nominated
Best On Screen Partnership[94] June Brown and John Bardon (Dot Branning and Jim Branning) Won
Villain of the Year[93] Tracy-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) Nominated
Villain of the Year[93] Leslie Grantham (Den Watts) Nominated
Villain of the Year[93] Billy Murray (Johnny Allen) Nominated
Soap Bitch of the Year[93] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Single Episode[24] EastEnders (Christmas Day) Nominated
Lifetime Achievement Award[94][95] June Brown (Dot Branning) Won
2006 Best British Soap[96] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[96] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Won
Best Actor[97] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Nominated
Best Actor[93] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[96] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Actress[97] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Nominated
Best Newcomer[96] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Won
Best Dramatic Performance[97] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[97] Ricky Groves (Garry Hobbs) Nominated
Villain of the Year[96] Billy Murray (Johnny Allen) Won
Villain of the Year[93] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Villain of the Year[93] Tracey-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) Nominated
Soap Bitch of the Year[97] Tracy-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) Nominated
Best Single Episode[96] EastEnders (the Armistice Day episode) Won
Best Storyline[97] EastEnders (for the Mitchells' return) Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year[97] Steve McFadden and Ross Kemp (skip crashes onto Phil Mitchell's car) Nominated
Best Exit[97] Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie (Kat Slater and Alfie Moon) Nominated
2007 Best British Soap[24] EastEnders Nominated
Best Actor[93] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Nominated
Best Actor[93] Phil Daniels (Kevin Wicks) Nominated
Best Actor[93] Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Actress[93] June Brown (Dot Cotton) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Diane Parish (Denise Wicks) Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance[98] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress[24] Charlie G. Hawkins (Darren Miller) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[93] Ricky Groves (Garry Hobbs) Nominated
Villain of the Year[93] Sophie Thompson (Stella Crawford) Nominated
Villain of the Year[93] Rob Kazinsky (Sean Slater) Nominated
Villain of the Year[93] Lee Ross (Owen Turner) Nominated
Best Storyline[24] EastEnders (Billy and Honey Mitchell's Down syndrome baby) Nominated
Lifetime Achievement Awards[98] Wendy Richard (Pauline Fowler) Won
Special Achievement Award[98] Tony Jordan Won
2008 Best British Soap[99] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[24] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Nominated
Best Actress[24] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Nominated
Best Actress[24] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Newcomer[24] Stephen Lord (Jase Dyer) Nominated
Best Newcomer[24] Rita Simons (Roxy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance[99] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Won
Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress[99] Jamie Borthwick (Jay Brown) Won
Best Comedy Performance[24] Cheryl Fergison (Heather Trott) Nominated
Best On Screen Partnership[24] Cheryl Fergison and Linda Henry (Heather Trott and Shirley Carter) Nominated
Best On Screen Partnership[24] Rita Simons and Samantha Janus (Roxy Mitchell and Ronnie Mitchell) Nominated
Villain of the Year[24] Sophie Thompson (Stella Crawford) Nominated
Villain of the Year[24] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Best Storyline[99] EastEnders (the aftermath of Max Branning and Stacey Branning's affair) Won
Best Single Episode[24] EastEnders (Christmas Day) Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year[24] Steve McFadden and Adam Woodyatt (Phil Mitchell's car rolling into a lake) Nominated
Best Exit[24] Sophie Thompson (Stella Crawford) Nominated
2009 Best Soap[100] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[101] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actor[100] Robert Kazinsky (Sean Slater) Won
Best Actor[101] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Best Actress[101] Samantha Janus (Ronnie Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[101] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[101] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Nominated
Villain of the Year[101] Larry Lamb (Archie Mitchell) Nominated
Villain of the Year[101] John Altman (Nick Cotton) Nominated
Villain of the Year[101] Chris Coghill (Tony King) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[100] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Won
Best Dramatic Performance[102] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance for a Young Actor or Actress[100] Maisie Smith (Tiffany Dean) Won
Best Newcomer[102] Shona McGarty (Whitney Dean) Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership[100] Nitin Ganatra and Nina Wadia (Masood Ahmed and Zainab Masood) Won
Best Storyline[102][103] Simon Ashdown, writer (Bianca discovers Tony is a paedophile) Nominated
Spectacular Scene[102][103] Michael Owen Morris, director (the Millers' house explodes) Nominated
Best Single Episode[102][103] EastEnders (Bianca discovers the truth about Tony) Nominated
Lifetime Achievement[104] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Won
2010 Best Soap[105] EastEnders Won
Villain of the Year[105] Chris Coghill (Tony King) Nominated
Villain of the Year[105] Don Gilet (Lucas Johnson) Nominated
Villain of the Year[105] Larry Lamb (Archie Mitchell) Won
Best Actor[105] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Nominated
Best Actor[105] Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) Won
Best Actor[105] Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Nominated
Best Actress[105] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Actress[105] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Nominated
Best Actress[105] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[105] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance[105] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Dramatic Performance for a Young Actor or Actress[105] Maisie Smith (Tiffany Dean) Nominated
Best Exit[105] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Won
Best Newcomer[105] Marc Elliott (Syed Masood) Won
Best On-Screen Partnership[105] Sid Owen and Patsy Palmer (Ricky Butcher and Bianca Jackson) Nominated
Best Storyline[105] Simon Ashdown, writer ("Who Killed Archie?") Won
Best Single Episode[105] "EastEnders Live" Won
2011 Best British Soap[106] EastEnders Won
Villain of the Year[107][108] Glynis Barber (Glenda Mitchell) Longlisted
Villain of the Year[107][108] Charlie Brooks (Janine Malloy) Shortlisted
Villain of the Year[107][108] Don Gilet (Lucas Johnson) Shortlisted
Best Actor[107][108] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Best Actor[107][108] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Actor[107][108] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Shortlisted
Best Actress[107][108] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Best Actress[107] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Longlisted
Best Actress[106] Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Won
Best Comedy Performance[109] Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Longlisted
Best Dramatic Performance[109] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Best Young Performance[109] Maisie Smith (Tiffany Butcher) Longlisted
Best Exit[109] Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning) Longlisted
Best Newcomer[109] Ricky Norwood (Fatboy) Longlisted
Best On-screen Partnership[109] Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie (Kat and Alfie Moon) Won
Best Storyline[109] The EastEnders story team (Ronnie swaps her baby for Kat's) Longlisted
Spectacular Scene of the Year[109] The Queen Vic Fire Longlisted
Best Single Episode[109] Simon Ashdown, writer (Billie Jackson's death) Longlisted
2012 Best British Soap[110] EastEnders Won
Villain of the Year[110][111] Ace Bhatti (Yusef Khan) Shortlisted
Villain of the Year[111] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Villain of the Year[110][111] Joshua Pascoe (Ben Mitchell) Shortlisted
Best Actor[111] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Best Actor[111] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Actor[110][111] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Shortlisted
Best Actress[111] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Best Actress[110][111] Jo Joyner (Tanya Jessop) Shortlisted
Best Actress[110][111] Nina Wadia (Zainab Khan) Shortlisted
Best Comedy Performance[110] Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Shortlisted
Best Young Performance[110] Lorna Fitzgerald (Abi Branning) Won
Spectacular Scene of the Year[110] Fire at the B&B Shortlisted
Best On-screen Partnership[110] Jake Wood and Jo Joyner (Max Branning and Tanya Jessop) Won
Best Newcomer[110] Jamie Foreman (Derek Branning) Shortlisted
Best Exit[110] Pat Evans (Pam St Clement) Shortlisted
Best Dramatic Performance[110] Jo Joyner (Tanya Jessop) Won
Best Storyline[110] The Brannings deal with Tanya's cancer diagnosis Shortlisted
Lifetime Achievement[110] Pam St Clement (Pat Evans) Won
Special Achievement[110] Simon Ashdown (series consultant) Won
2013 Best British Soap[87][112][113] EastEnders Shortlisted
Villain of the Year[87][112][113] Gary Lucy (Danny Pennant) Longlisted
Jamie Foreman (Derek Branning) Shortlisted
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Actor[87][112][113] Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Longlisted
Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Shortlisted
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Shortlisted
Best Actress[87][112][113] Diane Parish (Denise Fox) Longlisted
Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Shortlisted
Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Shortlisted
Best Newcomer[87][113] Khali Best (Dexter Hartman) Shortlisted
Best Exit[87][113] Jennie Darnell, director; Simon Ashdown, writer (Derek Branning) Shortlisted
Best Comedy Performance[87][113] Ricky Norwood (Fatboy) Shortlisted
Best On-Screen Partnership[87][113] Nitin Ganatra and Nina Wadia (Masood Ahmed and Zainab Khan) Shortlisted
Best Dramatic Performance[87][113] Jo Joyner (Tanya Cross) Shortlisted
Best Young Performance[87][113] Maisie Smith (Tiffany Butcher) Shortlisted
Spectacular Scene of the Year[87][113] Clive Arnold, director (The Olympic torch comes live to Walford) Shortlisted
Best Single Episode[87][113] Karl Neilson, direction; Simon Ashdown, writer (The identity of Kat's lover is revealed) Shortlisted
Best Storyline[87][113] Simon Ashdown, writer (The demise of Derek Branning) Shortlisted
Lifetime Achievement[87] Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Won
2014 Best British Soap[114][115][116] EastEnders Nominated
Villain of the Year[114][115][116] Daniel Coonan (Carl White) Longlisted
Cornell S John (Sam James) Longlisted
Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Shortlisted
Best Actor[114][115][116] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Longlisted
Danny Dyer (Mick Carter) Shortlisted
Best Actress[114][115][116] Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning) Shortlisted
Diane Parish (Denise Fox) Longlisted
Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Shortlisted
Best Single Episode[115][116] Lucy's death: the aftermath Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance[115][116] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Nominated
Best Comedy Performance[115][116] Linda Henry (Shirley Carter) Nominated
Best Young Performance[115][116] Mimi Keene (Cindy Williams) Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year[115][116] Johnny Carter comes out to Mick Carter Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership[115][116] Kellie Bright and Danny Dyer (Linda Carter and Mick Carter) Nominated
Best Newcomer[115][116] Maddy Hill (Nancy Carter) Won
Best Storyline[115][116] Hello Stacey, Goodbye Janine Nominated
Outstanding Achievement Award (Off Screen)[116] Carolyn Weinstein (company manager) Won

Inside Soap Awards[edit]

The Inside Soap Awards are voted for by readers of Inside Soap magazine. EastEnders won the Best British Soap award ten years running, from 1997 to 2006.[117] It lost out in 2007 to Coronation Street but won the award again every year from 2008 to 2012.[118][119][120][121][121] Lacey Turner has won the Best Actress award for her role as Stacey Slater four times.

Barbara Windsor won an Inside Soap Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001.
Letitia Dean won an Inside Soap Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005.
Zöe Lucker was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Inside Soap Awards in 2010.
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
1993 Best British Soap[122] EastEnders Nominated
Best Actor in Soap[122] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Nominated
Soap's Biggest Bad Guy[122] Nick Cotton (John Altman) Nominated
Soap's Biggest Bitch[122] Mandy Salter (Nicola Stapleton) Won
1997 Best British Soap[117] EastEnders Won
1998 Best British Soap[117] EastEnders Won
1999 Best British Soap[117] EastEnders Won
2000 Best British Soap[117] EastEnders Won
2001 Best British Soap[123] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[123] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Won
Best Actor[124] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[123] June Brown (Dot Branning) Won
Best Actress[124] Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Fowler) Nominated
Best Young Actor[124] Michelle Ryan (Zoe Slater) Nominated
Best Couple[124] Natalie and Barry Evans (Lucy Speed and Shaun Williamson) Nominated
Best Couple[124] Mel and Steve Owen (Tamzin Outhwaite and Martin Kemp) Nominated
Funniest Character[124] Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) Nominated
Best Bad Boy[124] Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) Nominated
Best Bitch[124] Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) Nominated
Best Newcomer[124] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Nominated
Best Exit[124] Frank Butcher (Mike Reid) Nominated
Best Exit[124] Ethel Skinner (Gretchen Franklin) Nominated
Best Exit[124] Ashley Cotton (Frankie Fitzgerald) Nominated
Most Dramatic Storyline[124] EastEnders (Dot Cotton helps Ethel Skinner to die) Nominated
Most Dramatic Storyline[123] EastEnders (Who Shot Phil?) Won
Lifetime Achievement[123] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Won
2002 Best British Soap[125] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[125] Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan) Won
Best Actress[125] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Won
Best Storyline[125] EastEnders (Zoe Slater discovering Kat Slater is her real mother) Won
2003 Best British Soap[126] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[126] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Won
Best Newcomer[126] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Best Family[126] Moon family Won
Outstanding Achievement[126] June Brown (Dot Branning) Won
2004 Best British Soap[127] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[127] Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) Won
Best Actress[127] June Brown (Dot Branning) Won
Best Couple[127] Shane Richie and Jessie Wallace (Alfie Moon and Kat Slater) Won
2005 Best British Soap[128] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[128] Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) Won
Best Actor[93] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Best Actress[93] June Brown (Dot Cotton) Nominated
Best Actress[93] Tracey-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) Nominated
Best Newcomer[93] Joel Beckett (Jake Moon) Nominated
Best Newcomer[93] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Young Actor[93] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Storyline[128] EastEnders (murder of Den Watts) Won
Best Couple[128] John Bardon and June Brown (Jim Branning and Dot Branning) Won
Best Couple[93] Letitia Dean and Nigel Harman (Sharon Rickman and Dennis Rickman) Nominated
Best Bitch[93] Tracey-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) Nominated
Best Family[93] Miller family Nominated
Best Family[93] Slater family Nominated
Funniest Star[93] John Bardon (Jim Branning) Nominated
Outstanding Achievement[128] Letitia Dean (Sharon Rickman) Won
2006 Best British Soap[117] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[93] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Best Actress[117] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Family[117] Mitchell family Won
Best Newcomer[117] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Won
2007 Best British Soap[118] EastEnders Nominated
Best Actress[118] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Couple[118] Lacey Turner and Charlie Clements (Stacey Slater and Bradley Branning) Won
Best Storyline[118] EastEnders (Stella Crawford's torment of Ben Mitchell) Won
Best Bitch[129] Sophie Thompson (Stella Crawford) Won
2008 Best British Soap[119] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[119] Robert Kazinsky (Sean Slater) Won
Best Actor[130] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Best Actress[119] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Newcomer[119] Rita Simons (Roxy Mitchell) Won
Best Couple[119] Lacey Turner and Charlie Clements (Stacey Slater and Bradley Branning) Won
Best Storyline[131] EastEnders (revelation of Max Branning and Stacey Branning's affair, Christmas 2007) Won
Funniest Performance[131] Cheryl Fergison (Heather Trott) Won
2009 Best Soap[132] EastEnders Won
Best Storyline[132] EastEnders (Ronnie Mitchell and Danielle Jones's unravelling relationship) Won
Best Storyline[133] EastEnders (Bianca Jackson discovering Tony King's abuse over Whitney Dean) Longlisted
Best Storyline[133][134] EastEnders (Roxy Mitchell and Sean Slater baby quadrangle) Shortlisted
Best Actor[133][134] Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) Shortlisted
Best Actor[133] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Actor[133] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Longlisted
Best Actress[133][134] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Shortlisted
Best Actress[132] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Actress[133] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Bad Boy[132] Larry Lamb (Archie Mitchell) Won
Best Bad Boy[133] John Altman (Nick Cotton) Longlisted
Best Bitch[132] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Won
Best Bitch[133] Linda Henry (Shirley Carter) Longlisted
Best Family[133][134] Masood family Shortlisted
Best Family[133][134] Mitchell family Shortlisted
Best Newcomer[133][134] Lauren Crace (Danielle Jones) Shortlisted
Best Newcomer[133] Marc Elliott (Syed Masood) Longlisted
Best Young Actor[133] Jamie Borthwick (Jay Brown) Longlisted
Best Young Actor[133][134] Shona McGarty (Whitney Dean) Shortlisted
Funniest Performance[133][134] Cheryl Fergison (Heather Trott) Shortlisted
Funniest Performance[133][134] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Shortlisted
2010 Best Soap[120] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[135] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Best Actor[135][136] Don Gilet (Lucas Johnson) Shortlisted
Best Actor[135][136] Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) Shortlisted
Best Actress[135][136] Diane Parish (Denise Johnson) Shortlisted
Best Actress[120] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Actress[135] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Longlisted
Best Young Actor[135][136] Lorna Fitzgerald (Abi Branning) Shortlisted
Best Young Actor[135][136] Maisie Smith (Tiffany Dean) Shortlisted
Best Newcomer[135] Zoe Lucker (Vanessa Gold) Longlisted
Best Newcomer[120] Ricky Norwood (Fatboy) Won
Funniest Performance[135][136] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Shortlisted
Funniest Performance[135] Himesh Patel (Tamwar Masood) Longlisted
Best Exit[120] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Won
Best Exit[135] Larry Lamb (Archie Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Wedding[135][136] Ricky Butcher and Bianca Jackson Shortlisted
Best Wedding[120] Syed Masood and Amira Shah Won
Best Dramatic Performance[135][136] Don Gilet (Lucas Johnson murdering Owen Turner) Shortlisted
Best Dramatic Performance[135][136] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater being sectioned) Shortlisted
Best Stunt[135][136] Bradley Branning's death Shortlisted
2011 Best Soap[121] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[137][138] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Best Actor[137][138] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Actor[137][138] Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) Shortlisted
Best Actress[137][138] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Best Actress[137][138] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Longlisted
Best Actress[121] Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Won
Best Young Actor[137][138] James Forde (Liam Butcher) Longlisted
Best Young Actor[121] Maisie Smith (Tiffany Dean) Won
Best Newcomer[137][138] Ace Bhatti (Dr.Yusef Khan) Longlisted
Best Newcomer[137][138] Steve John Shepherd (Michael Moon) Shortlisted
Funniest Performance[121] Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Won
Funniest Performance[137][138] Gillian Wright (Jean Slater) Shortlisted
Best Exit[137][138] Lacey Turner (Stacey Branning) Shortlisted
Best Exit[137][138] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Wedding[137][138] Tanya Branning and Greg Jessop Longlisted
Best Wedding[121] Tamwar Masood and Afia Khan Won
Best Dramatic Performance[137][138] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson, for Billie's death) Longlisted
Best Dramatic Performance[137][138] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell on drugs) Shortlisted
2012 Best Soap[139] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[140][141] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Shortlisted
Jake Wood (Max Branning) Longlisted
Best Actress[139][140][141] Linda Henry (Shirley Carter) Shortlisted
Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Longlisted
Gillian Wright (Jean Slater) Won
Best Young Actor[140][141] Lily Harvey (Shenice Quinn) Longlisted
Maisie Smith (Tiffany Butcher) Shortlisted
Best Newcomer[139][140][141] Hetti Bywater (Lucy Beale) Won
Chucky Venn (Ray Dixon) Longlisted
Funniest Male[139][140][141] Ricky Norwood (Arthur 'Fatboy' Chubb) Won
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Longlisted
Funniest Female[139][140][141] Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Won
Ann Mitchell (Cora Cross) Longlisted
Best Bad Boy[140][141] Jamie Foreman (Derek Branning) Shortlisted
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Bitch[139][140][141] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Won
Hetti Bywater (Lucy Beale) Longlisted
2013 Best Soap[142][143][144] EastEnders Nominated
Best Actor[142][143][144] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Jake Wood (Max Branning) Shortlisted
Best Actress[142][143][144] Danielle Harold (Lola Pearce) Longlisted
Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning) Won
Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Longlisted
Best Bed Boy[142][143][144] Daniel Coonan (Carl White) Longlisted
Steve John Shepherd (Michael Moon) Shortlisted
Best Bitch[142][143][144] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Shortlisted
Hetti Bywater (Lucy Beale) Longlisted
Funniest Male[142][143][144] Ricky Norwood (Fatboy) Shortlisted
Phaldut Sharma (AJ Ahmed) Longlisted
Funniest Female[142][143][144] Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Won
Linda Henry (Shirley Carter) Longlisted
Best Newcomer[142][143][144] Khali Best (Dexter Hartman) Won
Ben Hardy (Peter Beale) Shortlisted
Best Young Actor[142][143][144] Maisie Smith (Tiffany Butcher) Won
Rory Stroud (Bobby Beale) Longlisted
Best Storyline[142][143][144] Lauren Branning's struggle with alcohol Shortlisted
Lola Pearce's custody battle with Phil Mitchell Longlisted
2014 Best Soap[145] EastEnders Pending
Best Actor[145] Danny Dyer (Mick Carter) Pending
Rudolph Walker (Patrick Trueman) Pending
Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Pending
Best Actress[145] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Pending
Letitia Dean (Sharon Rickman) Pending
Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Pending
Best Bad Boy[145] Matt Di Angelo (Dean Wicks) Pending
Kristian Kiehling (Aleks Shirovs) Pending
Best Bitch[145] Tanya Franks (Rainie Cross) Pending
Lisa Hammond (Donna Yates) Pending
Funniest Male[145] Himesh Patel (Tamwar Masood) Pending
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Pending
Funniest Female[145] Luisa Bradshaw-White (Tina Carter) Pending
Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Pending
Best Newcomer[145] Maddy Hill (Nancy Carter) Pending
Sam Strike (Johnny Carter) Pending
Best Young Actor[145] Mimi Keene (Cindy Williams) Pending
George Sargeant (TJ Spraggan) Pending
Best Family[145] The Beales Pending
The Carters Pending
Best Storyline[145] Linda Carter's journey to accepting Johnny Carter's sexuality Pending
Who Killed Lucy Beale? Pending

TVChoice Awards[edit]

The TVChoice 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.

Martin Kemp won Best Soap Actor for three years running at the TV Quick Awards, in 2000, 2001 and 2002.
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
1998 Best Soap[146] EastEnders Won
Best Actor[146] Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell) Won
Best Actress[146] Martine McCutcheon (Tiffany Mitchell) Won
1999 Best Soap[147] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Storyline[147] EastEnders (death of Saskia Duncan) Won
Best Soap Actor[147] Joe Absolom (Matthew Rose) Won
Best Newcomer[147] Jack Ryder (Jamie Mitchell) Won
2000 Best Soap[148] EastEnders Nominated
Best Soap Actor[148] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Won
2001 Best Soap[149] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Storyline[149] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Actor[149] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Won
Best Soap Actress[149] Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Jackson) Won
Best Soap Newcomer[149] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Won
2002 Best Soap[150] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Storyline[150] EastEnders (Trevor Morgan's abuse of wife Little Mo) Won
Best Soap Actor[150] Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) Won
Best Soap Actress[150] Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell) Won
Best Soap Newcomer[150] Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan) Won
2003 Best Soap[151] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Actress[151] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Won
Best Soap Newcomer[151] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
2004 Best Soap[152] EastEnders Nominated
Best Soap Actor[152] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
2005 Best Soap EastEnders Nominated
Best Soap Actor[153] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Best Soap Newcomer[153] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
2006 Best Soap[154] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Newcomer[154] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Won
2007 Best Soap[155] EastEnders Nominated
Best Soap Actor[156] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Won
Best Soap Actor[157] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Best Soap Actress[157] June Brown (Dot Branning) Nominated
Best Soap Actress[157] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Newcomer[157] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Nominated
Best Newcomer[157] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Best Soap Storyline[157] EastEnders (Max Branning, Stacey Slater, Bradley Branning and Tanya Branning's love tangle) Nominated
Best Soap Storyline[157] EastEnders (Pauline Fowler's death and aftermath) Nominated
Best Soap Storyline[157] EastEnders (Stella Crawford's torment of Ben Mitchell) Nominated
2008 Best Soap[158] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Actor[158] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Won
Best Soap Actor[159] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Best Soap Actress[159] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Nominated
Best Soap Actress[159] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Newcomer[159] Cheryl Fergison (Heather Trott) Nominated
Best Newcomer[159] John Partridge (Christian Clarke) Nominated
Best Newcomer[159] Rita Simons (Roxy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Soap Storyline[159] EastEnders (aftermath of Max and Stacey's affair) Nominated
2009 Best Soap[160] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Actor[161] Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actor[161] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actor[162] Larry Lamb (Archie Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Soap Actress[161] Linda Henry (Shirley Carter) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actress[161] Samantha Janus (Ronnie Mitchell) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actress[162] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[160] Lauren Crace (Danielle Jones) Won
Best Soap Newcomer[162] Marc Elliott (Syed Masood) Longlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[162] Preeya Kalidas (Amira Shah) Longlisted
Best Soap Storyline[160] EastEnders (Danielle and Ronnie) Won
Best Soap Storyline[161] EastEnders (Whitney and Tony) Shortlisted
Best Soap Storyline[161] EastEnders (Patrick Trueman facing up to his past) Longlisted
2010 Best Soap[163] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Actor[164] Don Gilet (Lucas Johnson) Longlisted
Best Soap Actor[164] Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actor[164] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actress[164] Diane Parish (Denise Johnson) Longlisted
Best Soap Actress[163] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Best Soap Actress[164] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Shortlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[164] Sam Attwater (Leon Small) Longlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[164] Emer Kenny (Zsa Zsa Carter) Shortlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[164] Ricky Norwood (Fatboy) Shortlisted
Best Soap Storyline[164] EastEnders (Christian Clarke and Syed Masood's relationship) Shortlisted
Best Soap Storyline[164] EastEnders (Lucas Johnson's reign of terror) Longlisted
Best Soap Storyline[164] EastEnders (Who Killed Archie?) Shortlisted
2011 Best Soap[165] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Actor[166][167] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Best Soap Actor[166][167] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Soap Actor[165] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Best Soap Actress[166][167] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Best Soap Actress[166][167] Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood) Longlisted
Best Soap Actress[165] Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Won
Best Soap Newcomer[166][167] Ace Bhatti (Yusef Khan) Longlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[166][167] Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning) Shortlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[166][167] Steve John Shepherd (Michael Moon) Shortlisted
Best Soap Storyline[166][167] Ronnie swaps her baby for Kat's Shortlisted
Best Soap Storyline[166][167] Yusef tries to destroy the Masoods Longlisted
Best Soap Storyline[166][167] Whitney is exploited at the hands of Rob Longlisted
2012 Best Soap[168][169][170] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Actor[169][170] Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Best Soap Actor[169][170] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Longlisted
Best Soap Actor[168] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Best Soap Actress[168] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actress[168] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actress[169] Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Longlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[168] Jamie Foreman (Derek Branning) Shortlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[169] Chucky Venn (Ray Dixon) Longlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[168] Tony Discipline (Tyler Moon) Won
2013 Best Soap[171][172] EastEnders Nominated
Best Soap Actor[171][172] Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) Longlisted
Nitin Ganatra (Masood Ahmed) Longlisted
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
Best Soap Actress[171][172] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Shortlisted
Diane Parish (Denise Fox) Longlisted
Gillian Wright (Jean Slater) Shortlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[171][172] Khali Best (Dexter Hartman) Longlisted
Clare Perkins (Ava Hartman) Longlisted
David Witts (Joey Branning) Won
2014 Best Soap[173][174][175] EastEnders Won
Best Soap Actor[173][174][175] Ben Hardy (Peter Beale) Longlisted
Danny Dyer (Mick Carter) Won
Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Shortlisted
Best Soap Actress[173][174][175] Kellie Bright (Linda Carter) Longlisted
Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson) Won
Diane Parish (Denise Fox) Longlisted
Best Soap Newcomer[173][174][175] Maddy Hill (Nancy Carter) Shortlisted
Sam Strike (Johnny Carter) Shortlisted
Rakhee Thakrar (Shabnam Masood) Longlisted
Best Soap Storyline[173][174][175] Who Killed Lucy Beale? Shortlisted
Carol Jackson's breast cancer Longlisted
Johnny Carter comes out Longlisted
Outstanding Contribution[175] EastEnders Won

Digital Spy Soap Awards[edit]

The Digital Spy Soap Awards are hosted by entertainment website Digital Spy. The first awards were presented in 2008, where EastEnders won seven of the 14 categories.[176]

Jo Joyner won Digital Spy's "Most Popular Actress" actress award in 2008.
Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2008 Best Soap[176] EastEnders Won
Most Popular Actor[176] Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Nominated
Most Popular Actor[176] Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale) Nominated
Most Popular Actress[176] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Won
Most Popular Actress[176] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Best Single Episode[176] Phil Mitchell and Stella Crawford's wedding, July 2007 Won
Best Single Episode[176] The Queen Victoria Raid, November 2007 Nominated
Storyline of the Year[176] Max Branning and Stacey Slater's Affair Nominated
Storyline of the Year[176] Ian Beale's Stalking and the return of Steven Beale Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership[176] Rita Simons and Samantha Janus (Roxy and Ronnie Mitchell) Won
Best On-Screen Partnership[176] Linda Henry and Cheryl Fergison (Shirley Carter and Heather Trott) Nominated
Villain of the Year[176] Sophie Thompson (Stella Crawford) Nominated
Villain of the Year[176] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Best Newcomer[176] Rita Simons (Roxy Mitchell) Won
Best Newcomer[176] Cheryl Fergison (Heather Trott) Nominated
Best Child Actor (Under 16)[176] Jamie Borthwick (Jay Brown) Nominated
Best Child Actor (Under 16)[176] Melissa Suffield (Lucy Beale) Nominated
Best Exit[176] Sophie Thompson (Stella Crawford) Nominated
Best Exit[176] Amanda Drew (May Wright) Nominated
Best Pet[176] Wellard the dog Won
2009 Soap of the Year[177] EastEnders Won
Soap Icon[178] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Won

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.[179]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Best Double Act[180] Ricky Groves and Cliff Parisi (Garry Hobbs and Minty Peterson) Won
Tearjerker[180] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater's abortion) Won
Wedding Shock[180] Laurie Brett and Adam Woodyatt (Jane Beale and Ian Beale) Won
I'm a Survivor[181] Diane Parish (Denise Fox) Nominated
I'm a Survivor[181] Emma Barton (Honey Mitchell) Nominated
Soap Scrap[181] Wendy Richard and Barbara Windsor (Pauline Fowler and Peggy Mitchell) Nominated
Soap Scrap[181] Adam Woodyatt and Laurie Brett (Ian Beale and Jane Beale) Nominated
Double Act[181] Charlie Clements and Lacey Turner (Bradley Branning and Stacey Slater) Nominated
Christmas Cracker[181] Wendy Richard (Pauline Fowler) Nominated
Christmas Cracker[181] Lacey Turner and Jake Wood (Stacey Slater and Max Branning) Nominated
2008 Tearjerker[182] Jo Joyner Won
Secret's Out[182] Lacey Turner, Charlie Clements, Jake Wood and Jo Joyner (Stacey Branning, Bradley Branning, Max Branning and Tanya Branning) Won
Secret's Out[183] Aaron Sidwell (Steven Beale) Nominated
Soap Slap[182] Lacey Turner and Jo Joyner (Stacey Branning and Tanya Branning) Won
I'm a Survivor[183] Laurie Brett (Jane Beale) Nominated
Fatal Attraction[183] Samantha Janus and Scott Maslen (Ronnie Mitchell and Jack Branning) Nominated
Fatal Attraction[183] Jo Joyner and Robert Kazinsky (Tanya Branning and Sean Slater) Nominated
2009 Fatal Attraction[184] Robert Kazinsky and Rita Simons (Sean Slater and Roxy Slater) Won
Fight Club[184] Jake Wood and Scott Maslen (Max Branning and Jack Branning) Won
I'm a Survivor[185] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Nominated
I'm a Survivor[185] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Nominated
Killer Secret[185] Robert Kazinsky, Rita Simons and Scott Maslen (Sean Slater, Roxy Slater and Jack Branning) Nominated
Tearjerker[185] The passing of Wellard Nominated
Bad Boy[185] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Bad Girl[184] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Won
2010 Smooth Criminal[179] Don Gilet (Lucas Johnson) Nominated
Femme Fatale[186] Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher) Won
Fatal Attraction[186] Marc Elliott and John Partridge (Syed Masood and Christian Clarke) Won
I'm a Survivor[186] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
I'm a Survivor[179] Samantha Womack (Ronnie Mitchell) Nominated
Bride and Doom[179] Marc Elliott and Preeya Kalidas (Syed Masood and Amira Shah) Nominated
Baby Drama[186] Cheryl Fergison (Heather Trott) Won
Killer Secret[179] Don Gilet (Lucas Johnson) Nominated
Killer Secret[186] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater for "Who Killed Archie?") Won
2011 Best Actress[187] Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Won
Best Actor[188] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Best Newcomer[188] Arinze Kene (Connor Stanley) Nominated
Best Baby Drama[187] Baby swap Won
Best Comeback[187] Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie (Kat Moon and Alfie Moon) Won
Best Love Triangle[188] Stacey Slater, Ryan Malloy and Janine Butcher Nominated
Best Stunt[188] Queen Vic fire Nominated
2012 Best Actress[189] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Won
Best Actor[189] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Best Episode[189] Pat Butcher's funeral Nominated
Best Villain[189] Derek Branning (Jamie Foreman) Nominated
Best Mystery[189] Who's Stalking Phil Mitchell? Nominated
Best Comeback[189] David Wicks (Michael French) Won
Best Couple[189] Max Branning and Tanya Branning (Jake Wood and Jo Joyner) Won
Best Couple[189] Zainab Masood and Masood Ahmed (Nina Wadia and Nitin Ganatra) Nominated
2013 Best Episode[190] Billy and the Olympic torch Nominated
Best Stunt[190] Joey and Lauren's crash Nominated
Baby Drama[190] Lola fights for Lexi Won
Forbidden Lovers[190] Joey Branning and Lauren Branning Nominated
Best Wedding[190] Christian Clarke and Syed Masood Nominated
Best Reveal[190] Derek is Kat's lover Nominated
Kirsty is Max's secret wife Won
Best Death[190] Derek Branning Nominated
Best Storyline[190] Derek's reign of terror Nominated

TV Now Awards[edit]

The TV Now Awards are awarded annually by Irish magazine TV Now. In 2007, actor Steve McFadden won in the Male Soap Star category and Lacey Turner won the Hot Young Talent award.[191] In 2009, Barbara Windsor won the Soap Legend Award for her portrayal of Peggy Mitchell.[192]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2007 Male Soap Star[191] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Won
Hot Young Talent[191] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
2009 Favourite Soap[193] EastEnders Nominated
Favourite Male Soap Star[194] Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) Nominated
Favourite Male Soap Star[194] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Favourite Female Soap Star[195] Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning) Nominated
Favourite Female Soap Star[195] Rita Simons (Roxy Mitchell) Nominated
Favourite Soap Couple[196] Laurie Brett and Adam Woodyatt (Jane Beale and Ian Beale) Nominated
Soap Legend Award[192] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Won
2010 Favourite Soap[197] EastEnders Nominated
Favourite Male Soap Star[198] Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) Nominated
Favourite Male Soap Star[198] Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Nominated
Favourite Female Soap Star[199] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Nominated
Favourite Female Soap Star[199] June Brown (Dot Branning) Nominated
Favourite Female Soap Star[199] Patsy Palmer (Bianca Jackson) Nominated
Favourite Soap Family[200] Mitchell family Nominated
Favourite Soap Family[200] Branning family Nominated

TV Times Awards[edit]

In the TV Times Awards, which began in 1969 and are awarded by TV Times magazine, actress Lacey Turner won Favourite Soap Star in 2008 and 2009 and EastEnders received a further three nominations in 2009 including Favourite Soap Star for Barbara Windsor. Turner won and Windsor was nominated again in 2010.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result
2008 Favourite Soap Star[201] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
2009 Favourite Soap Star[201] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Favourite Newcomer[202] Maisie Smith (Tiffany Dean) Nominated
Favourite Soap Star[203] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Nominated
Best Double Act[204] Cheryl Fergison and Linda Henry (Heather Trott and Shirley Carter) Nominated
2010 Favourite Soap Star[205] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
Favourite Soap Star[206] Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell) Nominated
2011 Favourite Soap Star[207] Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Nominated
Favourite Soap Star[207] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
2012 Favourite Soap Star[208] Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) Nominated
Favourite Soap Star[208] Jake Wood (Max Branning) Nominated
Favourite Newcomer[209] Danielle Harold (Lola Pearce) Won

Other awards[edit]

In 1985, Simon May was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award for Best TV Theme of the Year, for the EastEnders theme tune. It failed to win, but in 1986 the song "Every Loser Wins", which was written by May for a storyine in the show involving the character of Simon Wicks (Nick Berry) and his band The Banned, won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Selling Single.[210]

EastEnders has won three Mental Health Media Awards in the category 'Soaps and Continual Dramas' for its portrayal of mental health issues. Jessie Wallace received the 2002 award for her portrayal of Kat Slater, a woman who had been raped by her uncle as a teenager and attempted suicide when he returned later in her life.[211] The award was won again in 2006 for the storyline involving Stacey Slater and her mentally ill mother Jean.[212][213] The show was nominated again in 2009 but lost to Pobol y Cwm, however, it won the 'Making a Difference' award.[214] In 2010, EastEnders won in the 'soaps' category again for the storyline involving Stacey Slater.[215] EastEnders has also won the "Doing Media Differently" in 2009 from the Royal Association for Disability Rights, for the number of characters portrayed with disabilities and illnesses.[216]

In 2006, EastEnders received a prestigious Rose d'Or at the international television awards ceremony in Lucerne, Switzerland for its continuing success over 21 years. Actor Shane Richie also won a Rose d'Or in 2004 for best performance in a soap.[217] In 2006, Wendy Richard (Pauline Fowler) was named Most Popular TV Personality at the Variety Club Awards. The award was voted for by readers of the Daily Express newspaper.[218] And the entire cast and crew won the Variety Club BBC Personality of the Year in 1997. In February 2009, actress Tiana Benjamin, who plays Chelsea Fox, was voted Favourite Female TV Star at the Screen Nation Awards, which celebrate international achievement within black world cinema and television, by the public.[219] She was nominated for Best UK Actress at the 2009 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards, and Rudolph Walker, who plays Patrick Trueman, received the Lifetime Achievement Award. At the same ceremony, EastEnders was nominated for Best UK Drama with a Black Cast.[220] In 2011, EastEnders stars received five Screen Nation nominations, two others—Ellen Thomas (Grace Olubunmi) and Sharon Duncan Brewster (Trina Johnson)—received special mentions, and EastEnders itself received one nomination.[221] In 2012, EastEnders and EastEnders: E20 stars received four nominations, with actress Modupe Adeyeye receiving a special mention.[222]

In the Daily Star Soaper Star Awards, launched in 2008 and voted for by readers of the newspaper, EastEnders won the first Best Soap award as well as awards for Best Actor and Best Newcomer.[223] EastEnders has also won a Banff World Television Festival Award, a Smash Hits T4 Pollwinners' Party award, two Pye Awards, an Anna Scher Theatre Award and an SOS Star Award.

John Partridge won a Stonewall Award for Entertainer of the Year in 2010.
Year Award Category Nominee Result
1986 Anna Scher Theatre Awards Favourite Programme[1] EastEnders Won
2007 Banff World Television Festival Best Telenovela and Drama Serial Program[224] EastEnders Won
2010 Banff World Television Festival Soap Opera[225] EastEnders (Episodes: 3923 and 3924) Nominated
2010 Banff World Television Festival Original Online Programs[226] EastEnders E20 Shortlisted
2009 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards Lifetime Achievement Award[220] Rudolph Walker (Patrick Trueman) Won
2009 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards Best UK Actress[227] Tiana Benjamin (Chelsea Fox) Won
2009 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards Best UK Drama with a Black Cast[227] EastEnders Won
2011 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards Best UK Drama with a Black Cast[221] EastEnders Nominated
2012 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards Best Soap with a Black Cast or Lead[228][229] EastEnders Won
2012 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards Best Newcomer[228][229] Ricky Norwood (Fatboy) Nominated
2012 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards Best TV Comedy Performance[228][229] Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Nominated
2012 Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards Best UK Actor[228][229] Chucky Venn (Ray Dixon) Won
2010 Broadcast Digital Awards Best Live Event Coverage (inc Sports)[230] "EastEnders Live" Nominated
2011 Broadcast Awards Best Soap/Continuing Drama[231] EastEnders Nominated
2012 Broadcast Awards Best Soap/Continuing Drama[232] EastEnders Nominated
2013 Broadcast Awards Best Soap/Continuing Drama[233] EastEnders Nominated
2009 Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards Ultimate TV Actress[234] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Won
2009 Cultural Diversity Network Awards Excellence in creative output – making diversity more mainstream[235] EastEnders Nominated
2010 Cultural Diversity Network Awards Sainsbury's Award for Mainstreaming Disability[236] EastEnders Won
2008 Daily Star Soaper Star Awards Best Soap[223] EastEnders Won
2008 Daily Star Soaper Star Awards Best Actor[223] Robert Kazinsky (Sean Slater) Won
2008 Daily Star Soaper Star Awards Best Newcomer[223] Samantha Janus (Ronnie Mitchell) Won
2002 Ethnic Multicultural Media Awards TV Actor[237] Rudolph Walker (Patrick Trueman) Won
2004 Ethnic Multicultural Media Awards TV Actor[238] Gary Beadle (Paul Trueman) Nominated
2013 Freesat Free TV Awards Best British TV Soap[239] EastEnders Nominated
2014 Freesat Free TV Awards Best British TV Soap<[240] EastEnders Nominated
1985 Ivor Novello Awards Best TV Theme of the Year[210] Simon May (EastEnders theme tune) Nominated
1986 Ivor Novello Awards Best Selling Single of the Year[210] Simon May ("Every Loser Wins") Won
2002 Mental Health Media Awards Soaps and Continual Drama[211] Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater) Won
2006 Mental Health Media Awards Soaps and Continual Drama[212][213] EastEnders Won
2009 Mental Health Media Awards Soaps and Continual TV Drama[241] EastEnders Nominated
2009 Mental Health Media Awards Making a Difference[214] Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) and
Gillian Wright (Jean Slater)
Won
2010 Mental Health Media Awards Soaps[215] EastEnders Won
2012 Mind Media Awards Best portrayal of mental health in the media (soaps)[242] EastEnders and Adam Woodyatt Nominated
2013 Older People in the Media Awards Best older person's character in a film, TV or radio drama[243][244] Ann Mitchell (Cora Cross) Nominated
2009 Promax Awards Best Drama Promo (Originated)[245] EastEnders Nominated
1986 Pye Awards Outstanding Male Personality[1][25] Leslie Grantham (Den Watts) Won
1986 Pye Awards Outstanding Female Personality[1][25] Anita Dobson (Angie Watts) Won
2005 Race in the Media Awards Best Soap[246] EastEnders Nominated
2012 Radio Times Creative Diversity Network Soap Award Best Soap Storyline[247] Episode: 25 December 2011 Nominated
2009 Royal Association for Disability Rights awards Doing Media Differently[216] EastEnders Won
2004 Rose d'Or Best Performance in a Soap[217] Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) Won
2006 Rose d'Or Best Soap[217] EastEnders Won
2007 Screen Nation Awards Diversity in Drama Production[248] EastEnders Nominated
2009 Screen Nation Awards Favourite Female TV Star[219][249] Tiana Benjamin (Chelsea Fox) Won
2009 Screen Nation Awards Young Shooting Star[250] Belinda Owusu (Libby Fox) Nominated
2011 Screen Nation Awards Favourite Male[251] Arinze Kene (Connor Stanley) Won
2011 Screen Nation Awards Emerging Talent[221] Arinze Kene (Connor Stanley) Nominated
2011 Screen Nation Awards Emerging Talent[221] Devon Anderson (Billie Jackson) Nominated
2011 Screen Nation Awards Favourite Female TV Star[251] Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Won
2011 Screen Nation Awards Young Shooting Star (16-23)[221] Bunmi Mojekwu (Mercy Olubunmi) Nominated
2011 Screen Nation Awards Diversity in Drama Production[221] EastEnders Nominated
2013 Screen Nation Awards Young Shooting Star (16-25)[222] Ricky Norwood (Fatboy) Nominated
2013 Screen Nation Awards Favourite Female TV Star[222][252] Tameka Empson (Kim Fox) Won
2013 Screen Nation Awards Favourite Male TV Star[222][252] Chucky Venn (Ray Dixon) Won
2013 Screen Nation Awards Emerging Talent[222] Samuell Benta (Donnie Lester, EastEnders: E20) Nominated
2005 Smash Hits T4 Pollwinners' Party Best TV Show[253] EastEnders Won
1997 SOS Star Awards Best TV Programme[1][25] EastEnders Won
2010 Stonewall Awards Broadcast of the Year[254] EastEnders Nominated
2010 Stonewall Awards Entertainer of the Year[255] John Partridge (Christian Clarke) Won
1997 Variety Club Awards BBC Personality of the Year[1] Entire cast and crew Won
2006 Variety Club Awards Most Popular TV Personality[218] Wendy Richard (Pauline Fowler) Won
2012 Virgin Media TV Awards Best Soap[256] EastEnders Won
2012 Virgin Media TV Awards Best Soap[257] EastEnders: E20 Nominated
2012 Virgin Media TV Awards Character Of The Year[258] Max Branning Nominated
2012 Virgin Media TV Awards Best Newbie[259] David Essex (Eddie Moon) Nominated
2012 Virgin Media TV Awards Best Newbie[259] Danielle Harold (Lola Pearce) Nominated
2012 Virgin Media TV Awards Best Baddie[260] Yusef Khan Nominated
2012 Virgin Media TV Awards Most Explosive TV Moment Of The Year[261] Ronnie Mitchell's baby swap plot Nominated
2011 Webby Awards Drama[262][263][264] EastEnders: E20 Won
2011 Women in TV & Film Awards Creative Innovation Award[265] Deborah Sathe (producer, EastEnders: E20) Won

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