The RTS Craft & Design Awards 2024, sponsored by Apple TV+, will take place at the London Hilton on Park Lane on Monday 4th December.
The awards celebrate excellence in broadcast television, highlighting the extensive range of skills and processes that are involved in programme making, welcoming entries from both broadcasters and individual crafts people. The prestigious awards ceremony will be hosted by comedian and presenter Eddie Kadi.
Across the 28 competitive categories, the BBC leads the way for the third year running with 42 nominations including three for its hit historical drama series SAS Rogue Heroes, and three for its broadcast of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, hosted in the UK. Sky also garnered 16 nods, three of which were for British drama series Funny Woman, and Channel 4 received 10 nominations across categories from Editing – Non-scripted to Production Management.
BBC’s The English received the most nominations for one programme overall, earning nods across Costume Design – Scripted, Design – Titles, Music Original Score – Scripted and Production Design - Scripted categories.
Also celebrating multiple nominations are Channel 4’s Somewhere Boy, which received nods across the Casting Award, Director – Scripted and Picture Enhancement categories, and Sky’s I Hate Suzie Too, with nominations in the Director – Scripted, Editing – Scripted and Music Original Score – Scripted categories.
For scripted series, now highlighted within individual categories, Channel 4’s Somewhere Boy, Sky’s I Hate Suzie Too and BBC’s SAS Rogue Heroes all received multiple nominations in a range of categories.
See the full list of nominees and find out more about the awards ceremony here.