The British Soap Awards

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The British Soap Awards
Awarded for Best in British Soap Opera
Location BBC Television Centre (1999–2010)
Granada Studios (2011)
The London Studios (2012)
MediaCityUK (2013)
London location (2014—)
Country United Kingdom
Presented by Phillip Schofield (2006—)
Fern Britton (2006–08)
Paul O'Grady (2004–05)
Des O'Connor (2003)
Melanie Sykes (2003)
Matthew Kelly (2002)
Richard Madeley (1999–2001)
Judy Finnigan (1999–2001)
First awarded 1999
Official website http://www.britishsoapawards.tv

The British Soap Awards is an annual awards ceremony to honour the best of British soap operas. The ceremony is televised on ITV and currently presented by Phillip Schofield.

The first event took place in 1999 and the event takes place in May each year. Although it is an ITV production, the events were held at the BBC Television Centre, in London until 2010. The 2011 awards relocated to the Granada Studios in Manchester, then to The London Studios for the 2012 awards.

The soap operas nominated for awards are Coronation Street, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks. Now-defunct soaps that were formerly nominated for awards were Brookside, Crossroads, Family Affairs and Night and Day.

Ceremonies[edit]

Year Presenter(s) Location
1999 Richard Madeley
Judy Finnigan
BBC Television Centre
2000
2001
2002 Matthew Kelly
2003 Des O'Connor
Melanie Sykes
2004 Paul O'Grady
2005
2006 Phillip Schofield
Fern Britton
2007
2008
2009 Phillip Schofield
2010
2011 Granada Studios
2012 The London Studios
2013 MediaCityUK
2014 Location in London (TBC)

Awards summary table[edit]

Ceremony 'Best British Soap' Winner Most wins
Number Soap opera(s)
1999 Coronation Street 5 EastEnders
2000 EastEnders 7
2001 7
2002 9
2003 Coronation Street 9 Coronation Street
2004 EastEnders 7 EastEnders
2005 Coronation Street 7 Coronation Street
2006 EastEnders 7 EastEnders
2007 Coronation Street 7 Coronation Street
2008 EastEnders 6 Hollyoaks
2009 6 EastEnders
2010 10
2011 8 Coronation Street
2012 7
2013 Coronation Street 8

2013 winners[edit]

Award Winner
Panel-voted
'Best Newcomer' Joseph Thompson (Doctor Paul Browning in Hollyoaks)[1]
'Best Exit' Nigel Havers (Lewis Archer in Coronation Street)[1]
'Best Comedy Performance' Patti Clare (Mary Taylor in Coronation Street)[1]
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Emmett J. Scanlan and Kieron Richardson (Brendan Brady and Ste Hay in Hollyoaks)[1]
'Best Dramatic Performance' Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames in Coronation Street)[1]
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Eden Taylor-Draper (Belle Dingle in Emmerdale)[1]
'Most Spectacular Scene' The bus crash (Hollyoaks)[1]
'Best Storyline' Kirsty's abuse of Tyrone (Coronation Street)[1]
'Best Single Episode' 'Emmerdale Live' (Emmerdale)[1]
'Lifelong Achievement Award' Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale in EastEnders)[1]
Viewer-voted
'Best British Soap' Coronation Street[1]
'Best Actor' Alan Halsall (Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street)[1]
'Best Actress' Claire Cooper (Jacqui McQueen in Hollyoaks)[1]
'Sexiest Male' Not awarded)[1]
'Sexiest Female' Jacqueline Jossa (Lauren Branning in EastEnders)[1]
'Villain of the Year' Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames in Coronation Street)[1]

2012 winners[edit]

Award Winner
Panel-voted
'Best Newcomer' Natalie Gumede (Kirsty Soames in Coronation Street)[2]
'Best Exit' Katherine Kelly (Becky McDonald in Coronation Street)[2]
'Best Comedy Performance' Stephanie Cole (Sylvia Goodwin in Coronation Street)[2]
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Jo Joyner and Jake Wood (Tanya Branning and Max Branning in EastEnders)[2]
'Best Dramatic Performance' Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning in EastEnders)[2]
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Lorna Fitzgerald (Abi Branning in EastEnders)[2]
'Most Spectacular Scene' John and Moira's car accident (Emmerdale)[2]
'Best Storyline' Jackson's choice (Emmerdale)[2]
'Best Single Episode' Becky McDonald's Final Farewell (Coronation Street)[2]
'Special Achievement Award' Simon Ashdown (EastEnders)[2]
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Pam St Clement (Pat Butcher in EastEnders)[2]
Viewer-voted
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy in Emmerdale)[2]
'Best Actress' Alison King (Carla Connor in Coronation Street)[2]
'Sexiest Male' Scott Maslen (Jack Branning in EastEnders)[2]
'Sexiest Female' Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street)[2]
'Villain of the Year' Andrew Lancel (Frank Foster in Coronation Street)[2]

2011 winners[edit]

Award Winner
Panel-voted
'Best Newcomer' Emmett J. Scanlan (Brendan Brady in Hollyoaks)[3]
'Best Exit' Bill Tarmey (Jack Duckworth in Coronation Street)[3]
'Best Comedy Performance' Patti Clare (Mary Taylor) in Coronation Street)[3]
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Shane Richie and Jessie Wallace (Alfie Moon and Kat Slater in EastEnders)[3]
'Best Dramatic Performance' Jane Danson (Leanne Battersby in Coronation Street)[3]
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Alexander Bain (Simon Barlow in Coronation Street)[3]
'Most Spectacular Scene' The tram crash (Coronation Street)[3]
'Best Storyline' End of the line for the Websters and Dobbs (Coronation Street)[3]
'Best Single Episode' Coronation Street Live (Coronation Street)[3]
'Special Achievement Award' Gavin Blyth (Emmerdale)[3]
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Bill Tarmey (Jack Duckworth in Coronation Street)[3]
Viewer-voted
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy in Emmerdale)[3]
'Best Actress' Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater in EastEnders)[3]
'Sexiest Male' Scott Maslen (Jack Branning in EastEnders)[3]
'Sexiest Female' Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street)[3]
'Villain of the Year' Emmett J. Scanlan (Brendan Brady in Hollyoaks)[3]

2010 winners[edit]

Award Winner
Panel-voted
'Best Newcomer' Marc Elliott (Syed Masood in EastEnders)
'Best Exit' Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning in EastEnders)
'Best Comedy Performance' Craig Gazey (Graeme Proctor) in Coronation Street)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Jan Pearson and Chris Walker (Karen Hollins and Rob Hollins in Doctors)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater in EastEnders)
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Ami Metcalf (Sapphire Cox in Doctors)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Sarah Barnes' parachute death (Hollyoaks)
'Best Storyline' Who Killed Archie? (EastEnders)
'Best Single Episode' EastEnders Live (EastEnders)
'Special Achievement Award' Bill Lyons (Emmerdale writer)
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Betty Driver (Betty Williams in Coronation Street)
Viewer-voted
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Scott Maslen (Jack Branning in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Male' Scott Maslen (Jack Branning in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street)
'Villain of the Year' Larry Lamb (Archie Mitchell in EastEnders)

2009 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Robert Kazinsky (Sean Slater in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Katherine Kelly (Becky Granger in Coronation Street)
'Sexiest Male' Scott Maslen (Jack Branning in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street)
'Best Newcomer' Craig Gazey (Graeme Proctor) in Coronation Street)
'Best Exit' Rob James-Collier (Liam Connor in Coronation Street)
'Best Comedy Performance' Nina Wadia (Zainab Masood in EastEnders)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Nina Wadia and Nitin Ganatra (Zainab Masood and Masood Ahmed in EastEnders)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Anita Carey (Vivien March in Doctors)
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Maisie Smith (Tiffany Butcher in EastEnders)
'Villain of the Year' Gray O'Brien (Tony Gordon in Coronation Street)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Victoria Sugden falls through the ice (Emmerdale)
'Best Storyline' Vivien's Rape (Doctors)
'Best Single Episode' 'A Kind Of Hush' (Doctors)
'Special Achievement Award' Peter Whalley (Coronation Street writer)
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders)

2008 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Chris Fountain (Justin Burton in Hollyoaks)
'Best Actress' Emma Rigby (Hannah Ashworth in Hollyoaks)
'Sexiest Male' Rob James-Collier (Liam Connor in Coronation Street)
'Sexiest Female' Roxanne McKee (Louise Summers in Hollyoaks)
'Best Newcomer' Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street)
'Best Exit' Gemma Bissix (Clare Devine in Hollyoaks)
'Best Comedy Performance' Maggie Jones (Blanche Hunt in Coronation Street)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Matt Littler and Darren Jon Jeffries (Max Cunningham and Sam "O.B." O'Brien in Hollyoaks)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Jo Joyner (Tanya Branning in EastEnders)
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Jamie Borthwick (Jay Brown in EastEnders)
'Villain of the Year' Jack P. Shepherd (David Platt in Coronation Street)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Clare Cunningham (Gemma Bissix) and Katy Fox (Hannah Tointon) drive off a cliff in Hollyoaks
'Best Storyline' The aftermath of Max and Stacey's affair (EastEnders)
'Best Single Episode' Daniel's death (Emmerdale)
'Special Achievement Award' Tim Fee (a line producer for Emmerdale)
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Liz Dawn (Vera Duckworth in Coronation Street)

2007 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' Coronation Street
'Best Actor' Antony Cotton (Sean Tully in Coronation Street)
'Best Actress' Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow in Coronation Street)
'Sexiest Male' Rob James-Collier (Liam Connor in Coronation Street)
'Sexiest Female' Roxanne McKee (Louise Summers in Hollyoaks)
'Best Newcomer' Kym Ryder (Michelle Connor in Coronation Street)
'Best Exit' Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs in Coronation Street)
'Best Comedy Performance' Gemma Merna (Carmel McQueen in Hollyoaks)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Stirling Gallacher and Seán Gleeson (George and Ronnie Woodson in Doctors)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater in EastEnders)
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Eden Taylor-Draper (Belle Dingle in Emmerdale)
'Villain of the Year' Gemma Bissix (Clare Cunningham in Hollyoaks)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Emmerdale's King's River explosion
'Best Storyline' Charlie Stubbs' (Bill Ward) cheating and Tracy Barlow's (Kate Ford) revenge (Coronation Street)
'Best Single Episode' "Shreds & Aftermath" (Doctors)
'Special Achievement Award' Tony Jordan (a writer for EastEnders)
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Wendy Richard (Pauline Fowler in EastEnders)

2006 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Male' Richard Fleeshman (Craig Harris in Coronation Street)
'Sexiest Female' Louisa Lytton (Ruby Allen in EastEnders)
'Best Newcomer' Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning in EastEnders)
'Best Exit' Leah Bracknell (Zoe Tate in Emmerdale)
'Best Comedy Performance' Charlie Hardwick (Val Lambert in Emmerdale)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Barbara Knox and Malcolm Hebden (Rita Sullivan and Norris Cole in Coronation Street)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Bradley Walsh (Danny Baldwin in Coronation Street)
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Ellis Hollins (Tom Cunningham in Hollyoaks)
'Best Bitch' Nicola Wheeler (Nicola Blackstock in Emmerdale)
'Villain of the Year' Billy Murray (Johnny Allen in EastEnders)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Belle Dingle (Eden Taylor-Draper) and Daz Eden (Luke Tittensor) trapped in a mine shaft in Emmerdale
'Best Storyline' Justin Burton and Becca Dean's affair (Hollyoaks)
'Best Single Episode' Armistice Day episode in EastEnders
'Special Achievement Award' Tony Prescott (Coronation Street and Emmerdale director)
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Johnny Briggs (Mike Baldwin in Coronation Street)

2005 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' Coronation Street
'Best Actor' Shane Richie (Alfie Moon in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Suranne Jones (Karen McDonald in Coronation Street)
'Sexiest Male' Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Jodi Albert (Debbie Dean in Hollyoaks)
'Best Newcomer' Andrea Green (Sarah Finch in Doctors)
'Best Exit' Charlie Brooks (Janine Evans in EastEnders)
'Best Comedy Performance' Maggie Jones (Blanche Hunt in Coronation Street)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' June Brown and John Bardon (Dot and Jim Branning in EastEnders)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Kazia Pelka (Chrissy Costello in Family Affairs)
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Sam Aston (Chesney Battersby-Brown in Coronation Street)
'Best Bitch' Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow in Coronation Street)
'Villain of the Year' Sasha Behar (Maya Sharma in Coronation Street)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Maya takes Dev and Sunita hostage and blows up the shop (Coronation Street)
'Best Storyline' Gary and Chrissy Costello learn friend Bradley has been abusing their daughter Chloe in Family Affairs
'Best Single Episode' Charity and Tom's wedding (Emmerdale)
'Special Achievement Award' John Stevenson (Coronation Street writer)
'Lifetime Achievement Award' June Brown (Dot Branning in EastEnders)

2004 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Shane Richie (Alfie Moon in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Suranne Jones (Karen McDonald in Coronation Street)
'Sexiest Male' Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon in EastEnders)
'Best Newcomer' Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman in EastEnders)
'Best Exit' Sheree Murphy (Tricia Dingle in Emmerdale)
'Best Comedy Performance' Alex Carter (Lee Hunter in Hollyoaks)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Julie Hesmondhalgh and David Neilson (Hayley and Roy Cropper in Coronation Street)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle in Emmerdale)
'Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress' Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Jackson in EastEnders)
'Best Bitch' Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow in Coronation Street)
'Villain of the Year' Charlie Brooks (Janine Evans in EastEnders)
'Most Spectacular Scene' The Storm (Emmerdale)
'Best Storyline' Tracy tricks Roy and tries to ruin Karen and Steve's wedding (Coronation Street)
'Best Single Episode' Say a Little Prayer (Doctors)
'Special Achievement Award' Mal Young (Creator of Family Affairs and ex-executive producer of EastEnders)
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Barbara Knox (Rita Sullivan in Coronation Street)

2003 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' Coronation Street
'Best Actor' Brian Capron (Richard Hillman in Coronation Street)
'Best Actress' Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Male' Shane Richie (Alfie Moon in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon in EastEnders)
'Best Newcomer' Jack McMullen (Josh McLoughlin in Brookside)
'Best Exit' Brian Capron (Richard Hillman in Coronation Street)
'Best Comedy Performance' Andrew Whyment (Kirk Sutherland in Coronation Street)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Jack McMullen and Sarah White (Josh and Bev McLoughlin in Brookside)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Sue Nicholls (Audrey Roberts in Coronation Street)
'Villain of the Year' Brian Capron (Richard Hillman in Coronation Street)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Richard Hillman's confessions of murder (Coronation Street)
'Best Storyline' Richard Hillman murders (Coronation Street)
'Best Single Episode' Marlon and Tricia's wedding plans (Emmerdale)
'Lifetime Achievement Award' Dean Sullivan (Jimmy Corkhill in Brookside)
'Hero of the Year' Sue Nicholls (Audrey Roberts in Coronation Street)

2002 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Morgan in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Male' Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater in EastEnders)
'Best Newcomer' Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan in Eastenders)
'Best Exit' Batley the dog (Emmerdale)
'Best Comedy Performance' Malcolm Hebden (Norris Cole in Coronation Street)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' June Brown and John Bardon (Dot and Jim Branning in EastEnders)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Raymond Quinn (Anthony Murray in Brookside)
'Best Storyline' Bullying Plot (Brookside)
'Hero of the Year' Stuart Manning (Sam Armstrong in Night and Day)
'Villain of the Year' Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan in EastEnders)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Adam Morgan and Mandy Richardson's car crash (Hollyoaks)
'Best Single Episode' Zoe discovers that Kat is her mother (EastEnders)
'Special Achievement Award' Tony Holland (Co-creator of EastEnders)

2001 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Jackson in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Male' Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Tamzin Outhwaite (Melanie Healy in EastEnders)
'Best Newcomer' Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater in EastEnders)
'Best Exit' Naomi Radcliffe (Alison Webster in Coronation Street)
'Best Comedy Performance' Sarah White (Bev McLoughlin in Brookside)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' William Tarmey and Elizabeth Dawn (Jack and Vera Duckworth in Coronation Street)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Georgia Taylor (Toyah Battersby in Coronation Street)
'Hero of the Year' Clive Hornby (Jack Sugden in Emmerdale)
'Villain of the Year' Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell in EastEnders)
'Most Spectacular Scene' Andy Sugden burning the barn (Emmerdale')
'Best Storyline' Mark, Linda and Mike love triangle (Coronation Street)
'Best Single Episode' The Live Episode (8 December 2000, Coronation Street)
'Special Achievement Award' Phil Redmond (Creator of Brookside and Hollyoaks)

2000 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' EastEnders
'Best Actor' Joe Absolom (Matthew Rose in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Patsy Palmer (Bianca Butcher in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Male' Michael Greco (Beppe di Marco in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Tamzin Outhwaite (Melanie Healy in EastEnders)
'Best Newcomer' Gary Lucy (Luke Morgan in Hollyoaks)
'Best Exit' Paul Loughran (Butch Dingle in Emmerdale)
'Best Comedy Performance' Sue Nicholls (Audrey Roberts in Coronation Street)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Dean Sullivan and Sue Jenkins (Jimmy and Jackie Corkhill in Brookside)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Lindsey Coulson (Carol Jackson in EastEnders)
'Villain of the Year' Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
'Best Storyline' The teenage pregnancy of Sarah-Louise Platt (Coronation Street)
'Spectacular Scene of the Year' "Millennium Club Explosion" (Brookside)

1999 winners[edit]

Award Winner
'Best British Soap' Coronation Street
'Best Actor' Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell in EastEnders)
'Best Actress' Barbara Windsor (Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Male' Michael Greco (Beppe di Marco in EastEnders)
'Sexiest Female' Tamzin Outhwaite (Melanie Healy in EastEnders)
'Best Exit' Claire King (Kim Tate in Emmerdale)
'Best Comedy Performance' John Savident (Fred Elliott in Coronation Street)
'Best Dramatic Performance' Kelvin Fletcher (Andy Sugden in Emmerdale)
'Best Onscreen Partnership' Julie Hesmondhalgh and David Neilson (Hayley Patterson & Roy Cropper in Coronation Street)
'Villain of the Year' Stephen Billington (Greg Kelly in Coronation Street)
'Best Storyline' Tiffany Mitchell discovering her mother, Louise Raymond's affair with Grant Mitchell in EastEnders
'Special Achievement Award' William Roache (Ken Barlow in Coronation Street)

Awards totals[edit]

Soap opera 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total
EastEnders 5 7 7 9 3 7 4 7 1 4 6 10 4 5 0
79
Coronation Street 4 2 5 1 9 4 7 3 7 4 5 2 8 7 8
76
Emmerdale 2 1 2 1 1 3 1 4 2 1 1 0 1 3 2
25
Hollyoaks 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 3 6 0 1 2 0 5
23
Doctors (2000–) N/A 0 1 1 0 2 0 3 2 0 0 0
9
Brookside 0 2 1 2 2 N/A
7
Family Affairs 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 N/A
2
Night and Day N/A 1 N/A
1

Note: Table does not include 'Special Achievement' or 'Lifetime Achievement' awards.

References[edit]

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