The BBC leads the way with 46 nominations across its channels, with BBC One and HBO’s hit shows, His Dark Materials receiving four and I May Destroy You garnering three nominations respectively. Sky follows the BBC with 10 nominations with Gangs of London, Brassic and Catherine the Great all shortlisted.
The prestigious awards will be celebrated on Monday 23rd November on the RTS website with special guest appearances.
Across six categories, 23 institutions’ students have received nominations, having qualified by winning at their respective regional RTS Student Awards earlier this year.
Now in its 25th year, the awards ceremony will be livestreamed on Friday 26 June at 2pm BST. Further details will be published on the RTS website in due course. The RTS Student Awards celebrates the best audiovisual work created by students with an Undergraduate and Postgraduate winner both awarded in each category across Animation, Comedy & Entertainment, Drama, Factual, News and Short Form.
The list of nominees was announced this morning by BBC journalist, writer and broadcaster Samira Ahmed at h Club in London’s vibrant Covent Garden.
The nominees will be announced by Samira Ahmed, BBC journalist, writer and broadcaster.
Chernobyl leads the way with seven nominations, followed by Don’t Forget the Driver, Killing Eve and The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance all receiving nominations across three categories.
Come and help us celebrate the best of TV talent in the North West region at the RTS North West Awards 2019.
The categories include News, Factual, Comedy and Entertainment, Drama and Short Feature and News.
The nominees were announced at the RTS North West Awards 2019 launch party, sponsored by Audio Network.
For this first time this year, RTS Wales has introduced two new industry awards to run alongside the annual student awards, with the event rebranded as the RTS Cymru Awards.
The two new categories are:
- Industry Newcomer Award
- Industry Breakthrough Award
Nominated by employers, both awards are intended to recognise and reward rising new talent.