BAFTA’s sustainable production certificate albert is among the nominees at this year’s Broadcasting Press Guild (BPG) Awards, to be held in London on 25th March.
Facing albert for the BPG Innovation in Broadcasting award are Channel 4’s Black to Front project and ongoing inclusion initiatives, and BBC Four’s virtual theatre festival Lights Up.
The BPG Television, Streaming and Audio Awards are chosen independently by TV and radio correspondents, critics and previewers. The 48th annual BPG Awards ceremony will be supported for the first time by YouTube.
Other nominees include:
- Best TV and streaming documentary series: Clarkson’s Farm (Prime Video), A Perfect Planet (BBC One), Life In Ten Pictures (BBC Two) and Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution (BBC Two)
- Best actress: Olivia Colman (Landscapers), Jodie Comer (Help), Claire Foy (A Very British Scandal) and Lydia West (It’s a Sin)
- Best actor: Sean Bean (Time), Stephen Graham (Time and Help), Sanjeev Bhaskar (Unforgotten), Olly Alexander (It’s a Sin) and Callum Scott Howells (It’s a Sin)
- BPG Emerging Creators Award for video creativity on social media platforms: Chunkz (YouTube), Francis Bourgeois (TikTok), Lucy Edwards (TikTok), Michael Dappah (YouTube) and Rosie Holt (Twitter)