We love a bit of TV. Whether it’s trying to work out ‘who dunnit?’ before the end of the series, spotting who really has the most talent, guessing which stunning cake will be the best or simply getting involved with the latest soap story line. On Sunday 12 May, the British Academy of Film and Television (BAFTA) played tribute and recognition to the very best in television at their annual Television Awards. Whether we agree or disagree, here are some of the category winners.
Take one psychopathic, talented assassin and one smart but bored MI15 security office and pit them against each other and you get an explosive, compelling game of cat and mouse. It’s no surprise Killing Eve was awarded the prize for Best Drama Series. We’re on the edge of seats waiting for season two to start.
EastEnders first aired on 19 February 1985 and since that first episode, the show has tackled and continues to focus on some hard-hitting topics. Winner of the Soap and Continuing Drama award, long may the programme continue with its gritty storylines.
I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!
Aired live from an Australian jungle camp, I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! took the award for Reality and Constructed Factual. This celebrity-filled, survival reality television game show, makes us squirm and laugh in equal measures.
Britain’s Got Talent
Britain’s Got Talent, a showcase for undiscovered singers, dancers, magicians, comedians and more, was the winner for the Best Entertainment programme. With contestants that can make us laugh or move us to tears, in our view, this British staple is a worthy winner.
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