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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch up for BPG Innovation in Broadcasting Award

Also nominated in the Best Online First/Streaming category

Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch has been nominated for the Broadcasting Press Guild’s (BPG) Innovation in Broadcasting Award, alongside Channel 4’s The Circle and BBC Africa Eye’s Cameroon: Anatomy of a Killing.

The interactive Black Mirror episode was recognised for its “ground-breaking form of storytelling” and is also nominated in the Best Online First/Streaming category.

The Circle was commended “for taking the next step in factual entertainment” and Cameroon: Anatomy of a Killing “for exposing ‘fake news’ claims.”

Hugh Grant, Benedict Cumberbatch, Keeley Hawes and Ruth Wilson lead the acting nominations, while BBC One’s Bodyguard, BBC Three/BBC America’s Killing Eve, Sky Atlantic/Showtime’s Patrick Melrose and ITV’s Vanity Fair compete for Best Drama Series.

Meanwhile, BBC One’s Drowning In Plastic and Grenfell go up against Channel 4’s Grayson Perry: Rites of Passage for the Best Single Documentary award.

Sponsored by Virgin Media, the winners will be announced at the 45th BPG Awards lunch on 15th March. See the full list of nominees here.