Sunday, 16 June, 2019

Bafta TV awards hit with technical issues forcing show to be delayed

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Adrian Cunningham | 15 May, 2018, 23:43

A holding card was put in place as a voiceover told viewers: 'We're hoping to go to the British Academy Television Awards In just a few moments, we're having a small technical problems, please stay with us and we'll start in just a few moments'.

Casualty was awarded the BAFTA for Soap & Continuing Drama, a category that recognises exceptional talent in delivering long-running continuing dramas. Sean Bean won Best Drama Actor for playing a troubled priest toiling in Liverpool in the fictional series "Broken" while Brian. The drama also won best mini-series. Toby Jones ("Detectorists") took Best Comedy Actor over last year's victor, "People Just Do Nothing" co-creator Asim Chaudhry, as well as Rob Brydon ("The Trip to Spain") and Samson Kayo ("Famalam"). The program had already won three BAFTAs back at the April 22 British Academy Television Craft Awards. 'Now I know how Susanna Reid feels on Good Morning Britain'.

Acclaimed voice actor Nolan North is set to receive a special BAFTA award next month in recognition for his "outstanding contribution" to performance in video games, the organization has announced. All the winners in the acting categories were white and none of the shows with majority black or minority ethnic casts were successful. The docudrama Murdered for Being Different was presented with the award for single drama.

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Love Island received the BAFTA for Reality & Constructed Factual, and Channel 5 won its first BAFTA since 2011, for Cruising with Jane McDonald in the Features category.

The first victor of the short-form program category, introduced this year to recognize programs of between 3 and 20 minutes, was awarded to the comedy-drama Morgana Robinson's Summer.

The scene of a mother pilot whale grieving her young scored the only prize voted for by the public.