2010 Broadcast Awards shortlist announced
November 26, 2009
The nominees for the 2010 Broadcast Awards have been announced.
Ben Court and Caroline Ip's three part drama Whitechapel has been nominated in the Best New Programme category. The thriller, directed by SJ Clarkson, aired early in 2009 to record audiences.
Psychoville, directed by Matt Lipsey and The Inbetweeners, written and created by Iain Morris and Damon Beasley, go head to head in the Best Comedy Programme category. The Inbetweeners has also been nominated for the Best Multichannel Programme award alongside Being Human, which was opened by director Toby Haynes. Being Human is also nominated in the Best New Programme category.
Rowan Joffe's The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall was nominated in the Best Single Drama category and The Red Riding Trilogy, part of which was directed by Anand Tucker, was nominated for the Best Drama Series Award.
Wallander, directed in part by Niall MacCormick, is up for the Best Drama Series Award.
Horrible Histories is nominated in the Best Children's Programme section. Ben Ward and Gerard Foster are both writers on the show, which was directed by Chloe Thomas.
Winners will be announced at the Grosevnor House Hotel, Park Lane on 27 January 2010.