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BBC leads way at BATA noms

15 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

LONDON -- The BBC bagged a total of 39 nominations in this year's British Academy Television Awards, the United Kingdom's premiere TV awards ceremony, ahead of Channel 4 with 17, ITV with 14 and one nomination each for the Five channel and Sky News. BBC News 24 was nominated for its coverage of the Hutton inquiry, which resulted in the resignation of BBC director general Greg Dyke last year. It faces competition from The BBC 10 O'clock News coverage of the Madrid bombing and reporting on the Asian tsunami disaster by both Sky News and ITV1's ITN. BBC2's travel show Himalaya With Michael Palin competes in the factual series category against Channel 4's Brat Camp, BBC2's The Power of Nightmares and BBC2's Who Do You Think You Are? »

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BBC leads way at BATA noms

15 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

LONDON -- The BBC bagged a total of 39 nominations in this year's British Academy Television Awards, the United Kingdom's premiere TV awards ceremony, ahead of Channel 4 with 17, ITV with 14 and one nomination each for the Five channel and Sky News. BBC News 24 was nominated for its coverage of the Hutton inquiry, which resulted in the resignation of BBC director general Greg Dyke last year. It faces competition from The BBC 10 O'clock News coverage of the Madrid bombing and reporting on the Asian tsunami disaster by both Sky News and ITV1's ITN. BBC2's travel show Himalaya With Michael Palin competes in the factual series category against Channel 4's Brat Camp, BBC2's The Power of Nightmares and BBC2's Who Do You Think You Are? »

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BBC leads the way with 39 BAFTA TV nominations

14 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The BBC bagged a total of 39 nominations in this year's BAFTA television awards, the U.K.'s premier TV awards ceremony, ahead of Channel 4 with 17, ITV with 14 and one nomination apiece for the Five channel and Sky News. BBC News 24 was nominated for its coverage of the Hutton inquiry, which resulted in the resignation last year of BBC director general Greg Dyke. It faces competition from The BBC 10 O'clock News coverage of the Madrid bombing and reporting on the Asian Tsunami disaster by both Sky News and ITV1's ITN. BBC2's travel show Himalaya with Michael Palin competes in the factual series category against Channel 4's Brat Camp, BBC2's The Power of Nightmares, and BBC2's Who Do You Think You Are? »

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BBC leads the way with 39 BAFTA TV nominations

14 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The BBC bagged a total of 39 nominations in this year's BAFTA television awards, the U.K.'s premier TV awards ceremony, ahead of Channel 4 with 17, ITV with 14 and one nomination apiece for the Five channel and Sky News. BBC News 24 was nominated for its coverage of the Hutton inquiry, which resulted in the resignation last year of BBC director general Greg Dyke. It faces competition from The BBC 10 O'clock News coverage of the Madrid bombing and reporting on the Asian Tsunami disaster by both Sky News and ITV1's ITN. BBC2's travel show Himalaya with Michael Palin competes in the factual series category against Channel 4's Brat Camp, BBC2's The Power of Nightmares, and BBC2's Who Do You Think You Are? »

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