Bafta telly noms. How excitement.

And they’re out.


And Dame Victoria of Wood, Granite and Anything with a Matt and/or Shiny Finish receiveths her twelth, for Housewife 49. Which was rather good. Bet they’ll take them Asda bloomers off her now, etc. blah.

This is not an ASDA advertisement.

That Life on Milky Way whatsit’s got loads, Alan ‘must cut down on my’ Sugar (intake) is up against Gordana Ramsay in the Features category, and Swish… Swish… Swishing on’t Ice has its first. Oh good.

Anways, for the reasons of information-giving, here’s the list. In full. With some editing.

ps. If Little Britain Abroad wins over Catherine Tate, ‘Stenders wins over Corrie, Ant ‘n’ Dec win over anyone else in their category, terrible things will happen. More terrible things. Like, Kerry Katona will continue to function.

*just imagine*

‘Ere they are:



Jim Broadbent – Longford

Andy Serkis – Longford

Michael Sheen – Kenneth Williams: Fantabulosa!

John Simm – Life On Mars


Anne-Marie Duff – The Virgin Queen

Samantha Morton – Longford

Ruth Wilson – Jane Eyre

Victoria Wood – Housewife 49

Entertainment performance

Ant & Dec – Saturday Night Takeaway

Stephen Fry – QI

Paul Merton – Have I Got News For You

Jonathan Ross – Friday Night With Jonathan Ross

Comedy performance

Dawn French – The Vicar of Dibley

Ricky Gervais – Extra’s

Stephen Merchant

Liz Smith – The Royle Family: Queen of Sheba

Single drama

Housewife 49

Kenneth Williams: Fantabulosa!


Road To Guantanamo

Drama series

Life on Mars


Sugar Rush

The Street

Drama serial

Low Winter Sun

Prime Suspect: The Final Act

See No Evil: The Moors Murders

The Virgin Queen

Continuing drama


Coronation Street



Factual series

Ross Kemp on Gangs

Stephen Fry – The Secret Life of a Manic Depressive


Who Do You Think You Are?


Specialist factual

Munich: Mossad’s Revenge

Nuremberg: Goering’s Last Stand

Planet Earth

Simon Schama’s Power of Art


Single Documentary

Breaking Up With the Joneses


9/11: The Falling Man

Rain In My Heart


The Apprentice

The Choir

Dragons’ Den

The F Word






My Name is Earl

Entertainment programme

Dancing on Ice

Derren Brown: The Heist

How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?

The X Factor

Situation comedy

Green Wing

The IT Crowd


The Royle Family: Queen of Sheba

Comedy programme

The Catherine Tate Show

Little Britain Abroad

Little Miss Jocelyn

That Mitchell & Webb Look

Pioneer Audience Award

Life On Mars

The Royle Family: Queen of Sheba

Dragons’ Den

The Vicar of Dibley Christmas Special

Planet Earth

Celebrity Big Brother

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7 comments to “Bafta telly noms. How excitement.”

  1. I’ll have a razor blade and a suicide note on standby for when Ant and / or Dec win everything they’re nominated for. Why Baftas, why?

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  2. Nice to see Myra Hindley finally getting the recognition she deserves, innit? She did have lovely hair.

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  3. It’s been a bloody crappy year in telly, innit? Is this really the best. Where’s Waterloo Road? And why no special category for that completely pointless deaf signer on Sunday’s Hollyoaks? What’s wrong with getting Cefax subtitles, you lazy deaf people.

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  4. Yeah, you tell ’em!

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  5. Can’t bear that a). Stephen Fry is going to lose to Jonathon Ross and b). that Jonathon Ross exists at all!

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  6. Jonathan Ross is rubbish

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  7. Jonathan Ross should go to bed now.

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