List of awards and nominations received by Doctors (TV series)

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Doctors awards and nominations

Doctors titles.
Totals
Awards won 22
Nominations 182

Doctors is a British daytime television soap opera, set in the fictional Midland town of Letherbridge, defined as being close to the city of Birmingham, following the staff and their families of a doctor's surgery. The show has been nominated and won a variety of different awards. As of May 2015, Doctors has been nominated for 182 awards and has won 22.

Banff World Media Festival Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2014 Melodrama Doctors Nominated [1]

Black International Film Festival and Music Video & Screen Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2012 Best Soap with a Black Cast or Lead Doctors Nominated [2]
2013 Best Actress Lorna Laidlaw Won [3]
Best Soap N/A Nominated
2014 Westmore Ezekiel Award Doctors Won [4]

British Academy Television Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2000 Innovation Production Team Nominated [5]
2001 Soap Production Team Nominated
2002 Soap Production Team Nominated
2004 Continuing Drama Production Team Nominated

British Soap Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2004 Best Single Episode Say A Little Prayer Won [6]
2005 Best Newcomer Andrea Green Won
Best Single Episode Past Imperfect Nominated [7]
Best Soap N/A Nominated
2006 Best Dramatic Performance Stirling Gallacher Nominated
Best Newcomer Daniel Anthony Nominated
Best Exit Robert Cavanah Nominated
Best Single Episode The Anatomy of Marriage Nominated
Best Storyline Dr. Kendrick's suicide Nominated
Best Soap N/A Nominated
2007 Best Comedy Performance Martha Howe-Douglas Nominated [8]
Best Newcomer Martha Howe-Douglas Nominated
Best Onscreen Partnership Stirling Gallacher and Seán Gleeson Won
Best Single Episode Shreds and Aftermath Won
Best Soap N/A Nominated
2008 Spectacular Scene George and Nick's car crash Nominated [9]
Best Single Episode Tread Softly/Up Close and Personal Nominated
Best Storyline Nick in a wheelchair, George’s guilt Nominated
Best Soap N/A Nominated
2009 Best Dramatic Performance Anita Carey Won [10]
Best Exit Michael McKell Nominated
Best Newcomer Selina Chilton Nominated
Best Storyline Vivien's Rape Won
Spectacular Scene The Homecoming Nominated
Best Single Episode A Kind of Hush Won
Best Soap N/A Nominated
2010 Best Dramatic Performance for a Young Actor or Actress Ami Metcalf Won [11]
Best Newcomer Sophie Abelson Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Jan Pearson and Chris Walker Won
Best Storyline Zara's Revenge Nominated
Spectacular Scene Master of the Universe - Siege Nominated
Best Single Episode Master of the Universe Nominated
Best Soap N/A Nominated
2011 Best British Soap N/A Nominated [12]
Best Storyline Karen’s abortion Nominated
Best Single Episode August 23rd Nominated
2012 Best British Soap N/A Nominated [13]
Best Comedy Performance Jan Pearson Nominated
Best Young Performance Charlie Kenyon Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Matthew Chambers and Elisabeth Dermot-Walsh Nominated
Best Newcomer Lu Corfield Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Owen Brenman Nominated
Best Storyline Lauren's murder Nominated
Best Single Episode Last Words Nominated
2013 Best British Soap N/A Nominated [14][15]
Sexiest Male Matthew Chambers Nominated
Ian Kelsey Nominated
Nathan Wright Nominated
Sexiest Female Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Sophie Abelson Nominated
Vineeta Rishi Nominated
Villain of the Year Sophie Abelson Nominated
Sam Barriscale Nominated
Best Actor Chris Walker Nominated
Owen Brenman Nominated
Simon Rivers Nominated
Best Actress Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Jan Pearson Nominated
Lorna Laidlaw Nominated
Best Newcomer Ian Midlane Nominated
Best Exit Lu Corfield Nominated
Best Comedy Performance Ian Kelsey Nominated
Best On-Screen Partnership Matthew Chambers and Elisabeth Dermot-Walsh Nominated
Best Dramatic Performance Dido Miles Nominated
Best Storyline Sam's assisted suicide Nominated
Best Episode The Scales Nominated
Spectacular Scene of the Year Julia's car crash Nominated
2014 Best British Soap N/A Shortlisted [16][17]
Sexiest Male Matthew Chambers Nominated
Simon Rivers Nominated
Nathan Wright Nominated
Sexiest Female Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Dido Miles Nominated
Danielle Henry Nominated
Villain of the Year Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Neil Haigh Nominated
Mark Cameron Nominated
Best Actor Ian Kelsey Nominated
Owen Brenman Nominated
Ian Midlane Nominated
Best Actress Dido Miles Nominated
Jan Pearson Nominated
Lorna Laidlaw Nominated
Best Young Performance Oliver Woollford Shortlisted
Best Comedy Performance Sarah Moyle Shortlisted
Best On-Screen Partnership Danielle Henry and Lu Corfield Shortlisted
Best Dramatic Performance Chris Walker Shortlisted
Best Storyline Jas stalking Shortlisted
Best Single Episode Perfect Shortlisted
Spectacular Scene of the Year Opening of Austenland Shortlisted
2015 Best British Soap N/A Shortlisted [18][19][20]
Best Actor Adrian Lewis Morgan Nominated
Owen Brenman Nominated
Ian Midlane Nominated
Best Actress Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Jessica Regan Nominated
Lorna Laidlaw Nominated
Villain of the Year Daniel Schutzmann Shortlisted
Best Young Performance Jack Carroll Shortlisted
Best Comedy Performance Sarah Moyle Shortlisted
Best Newcomer Jessica Regan Won
Best On-Screen Partnership Ian Midlane and Jessica Regan Shortlisted
Best Dramatic Performance Lorna Laidlaw Shortlisted
Best Storyline Kevin and Poppy - Underage Girlfriend Shortlisted
Best Single Episode Unfinished Business Shortlisted
Scene of the Year Strictly dancing Shortlisted

Broadcast Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2011 Best Daytime Programme N/A Nominated [21]

Inside Soap Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2007 Best Drama N/A Nominated [22]
2009 Nominated [23]
2010 Best Daytime Star Donnaleigh Bailey Nominated [24]
Matthew Chambers Nominated
Selina Chilton Nominated
Adrian Lewis Morgan Nominated
Best Daytime Soap N/A Nominated
2011 Best Daytime Star Matthew Chambers Shortlisted [25][26]
Charlie Clemmow Nominated
Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Nicolas Woodman Nominated
Best Daytime Soap N/A Shortlisted
2012 Best Daytime Star Owen Brenman Nominated [27][28]
Lu Corfield Nominated
Simon Rivers Nominated
Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Shortlisted
Best Daytime Soap N/A Shortlisted
2013 Best Daytime Star Matthew Chambers Nominated [29][30]
Ian Kelsey Nominated
Lorna Laidlaw Shortlisted
Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Best Daytime Soap N/A Shortlisted
2014 Best Daytime Star Matthew Chambers Nominated [31][32]
Ian Kelsey Shortlisted
Lorna Laidlaw Nominated
Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Best Daytime Soap N/A Shortlisted

National Television Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2012 Serial Drama N/A Nominated [33]
2013 Daytime N/A Nominated [34]
2014 Daytime N/A Nominated [35]
2015 Serial Drama N/A Nominated [36]

Mind Mental Health Media Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2005 Soaps and Series N/A Nominated [37]
2009 Soaps and Continual TV Drama Focuses on a woman's borderline personality disorder, and the difficulties faced by a young doctor sectioning their first patient. Nominated [38][39]

Royal Television Society Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2001 Soap N/A Nominated [40]
Team Award (Craft and Design Awards) Design Team for The Waiting Game Won [41]
2002 Soap N/A Nominated [42]
2008 Best Actor (Midland Awards) Michael McKell Won [43]
Best Actress (Midland Awards) Diane Keen Won
Best Drama (Midland Awards) The Awakening Won
2009 Best Acting Performance (Midland Awards) Selina Chilton Won [44][45]
Matthew Chambers Nominated
Best Fictional (Midland Awards) N/A Nominated
2010 Best Drama, TV Drama (Midland Awards) N/A Nominated [46]
Best Acting Performance, Male (Midland Awards) Chris Walker Nominated
Best Acting Performance, Female (Midland Awards) Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Best Newcomer (Midland Awards) Nicolas Woodman Nominated
Charlie Clemmow Nominated
2012 Best Actress (Midland Awards) Lorna Laidlaw Won [47]
2013 Best Drama/Fictional Programme (Midland Awards) The Scales by Mark Clompus Nominated [48][49]
Best Acting Performance (Female) (Midland Awards) Elisabeth Dermot Walsh Nominated
Dido Miles Won
Best Acting Performance (Male) (Midland Awards) Matthew Chambers Nominated
Ian Midlane Won
2014 Best Drama/Fictional Programme (Midland Awards) Leper Nominated [48]
Best Acting Performance (Female) (Midland Awards) Jan Pearson Nominated
Jessica Regan Won
Best Acting Performance (Male) (Midland Awards) Chris Walker Nominated

Screen Nation[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2006 Diversity in Drama Production N/A Won [50]
2015 Favourite Female TV Star Lorna Laidlaw Nominated [51]
Female Performance In TV Lorna Laidlaw Nominated
Laura Rollins Nominated
Diversity In Drama Production N/A Nominated

TV Choice Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2015 Best Soap N/A Nominated [52]

Writers' Guild of Great Britain Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominee Result Ref
2011 Best Continuing Drama Pavlova’s Dogs - Claire Bennett Nominated [53]
2014 TV Drama – Long Running Series Silver on the Heath - Toby Walton Nominated [54]
Boiling Point - Dale Overton Nominated

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