Panorama Poster

(1953– )

Awards

BAFTA Awards 2013

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Current Affairs
James Jones
Steve Hewlett
Rachel Crellin
Todd Downing
For episode "Britain's Hidden Housing Crisis"

BAFTA Awards 2012

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Current Affairs
Joe Casey
Matthew Chapman
Paul Kenyon
Frank Simmonds
For episode "Undercover Care: The Abuse Exposed"
Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Factual: Current Affairs
Clare Johns
Films of Record
Breakthrough Talent
Clare Johns (producer/director)
For episode "The Truth About Adoption"
Best Current Affairs
Roger Graef
Tom Giles
Clare Johns
Todd Downing
Films of Record
For episode "The Truth About Adoption"

BAFTA Awards 2006

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Current Affairs
For the special "Undercover Nurse".

BAFTA Awards 2003

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Current Affairs
Stephen Scott
Gerry Troyna
Andy Davies
For the feature "Corruption of Racing".
Best Current Affairs
Mike Robinson
Eamon Hardy
John Ware
For the feature "Licence To Murder".

BAFTA Awards 2002

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Current Affairs
Terry Tyldesley
Michael Crick
Mike Robinson
For episode "Jeffrey Archer: A Life of Lies".

BAFTA Awards 2001

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best News and Current Affairs Journalism
Eamon Hardy
John Ware
For "Who Bombed Omagh?".

BAFTA Awards 1998

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best News and Current Affairs Journalism
Mike Robinson
For the feature "Valentina's Story".

BAFTA Awards 1996

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Talk Show
Martin Bashir
Mike Robinson
For the interview with HRH The Princess of Wales.

BAFTA Awards 1967

Nominated
UN Award
Jo Menell
For episode "Vietnam - People and War".

BAFTA Awards, Scotland 2008

Won
BAFTA Scotland Award
Best News & Current Affairs Programme
Graeme McAulay (Producer) (Director)
Dominic Gallagher (Producer) (Director)
Samantha Poling (Presenter)
BBC Scotland
Britain's Protection Racket

BAFTA Awards, Wales 2004

Won
BAFTA Cymru Award
Best Current Affairs (Y Materion Cyfoes Gorau)
Jayne Morgan
Stephen Scott
For the feature "Fair Cops".

BAFTA Awards, Wales 2001

Won
BAFTA Cymru Award
Best Current Affairs (Y Materion Cyfoes Gorau)
Karen Voisey
Jayne Morgan
For feature "Power To Abuse".

Banff Television Festival 2005

Won
Banff Rockie Award
Best Information & Current Affairs Program
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2001

Won
Broadcasting Press Guild Award
Best Single Documentary
For episode "Who Bombed Omagh?".

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