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(1970–1984)

Awards

BAFTA Awards 1982

Nominee
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
Roland Joffé
For episode "United Kingdom".

BAFTA Awards 1980

Winner
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
Brian Gibson
For episode "Blue Remembered Hills (#9.14)".
Nominee
BAFTA TV Award
Best Film Cameraman
Nat Crosby
For episode "Blue Remembered Hills (#9.14)".

BAFTA Awards 1978

Winner
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
John Goldschmidt
For episode "Spend Spend Spend (#7.12)".
Nominee
BAFTA TV Award
Most Original Programme/Series
John Goldschmidt
For episode "Spend Spend Spend (#7.12)".
Best Actress
Susan Littler
For episode "Spend Spend Spend".
Best Actress
Susan Littler
For episode "Spend Spend Spend (#7.12)".
Best Film Cameraman
Phil Meheux
For episode "Spend Spend Spend".
Best Film Cameraman
Phil Meheux
For episode "Spend Spend Spend (#7.12)".

BAFTA Awards 1977

Winner
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
Michael Tuchner
For episode "Bar Mitzvah Boy (#7.1)".

BAFTA Awards 1976

Nominee
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
Mark Cullingham
For episode "84 Charing Cross Road (#6.4)".
Best Single Play
John Mackenzie
For episode "Just Another Saturday (#5.15)".
Best Actor
Alan Bates
For episodes "Plaintiffs and Defendants" and "Two Sundays".

BAFTA Awards 1974

Winner
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
Michael Apted
For episode "Kisses at Fifty (#3.13)".
Best Actress
Celia Johnson
For episode "Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont".
Nominee
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
Michael Lindsay-Hogg
For episode "Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont".

BAFTA Awards 1973

Winner
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
Jack Gold
For episode "Stoker's Copper".

BAFTA Awards 1972

Winner
BAFTA TV Award
Best Drama Production
Ted Kotcheff
For episode "Edna, the Inebriate Woman (#2.2)". (Best Single Drama).
Best Actor
John Le Mesurier
For episode "Traitor (#2.1)".
Best Actress
Patricia Hayes
For episode "Edna, the Inebriate Woman (#2.2)".
Nominee
BAFTA TV Award
Best Actress
Gemma Jones
For BBC Play of the Month
For episode "The Cherry Orchard".
Best Script
Jeremy Sandford
For episode "Edna, the Inebriate Woman (#2.2)".
Best Script
Dennis Potter
For Casanova and ITV Saturday Night Theatre

BAFTA Awards 1971

Winner
BAFTA TV Award
Best Drama Production
Alan Bridges
For episode "The Lie (#1.3)".
Best Script
Colin Welland
For Armchair Theatre and ITV Saturday Night Theatre
For episode "The Halleujah Handshake".
Nominee
BAFTA TV Award
Best Actor
Anthony Hopkins
For The Great Inimitable Mr. Dickens and BBC Play of the Month
For episode "Hearts and Flowers". For episode "Danton (#1.1)".
Best Actress
Gemma Jones
For The Spoils of Poynton
For episode "The Lie (#1.3)".

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 1982

Winner
Broadcasting Press Guild Award
Best Single Play
For episode "United Kingdom (#12.7)".

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 1980

Winner
Broadcasting Press Guild Award
Best Single Play
For episode "Blue Remembered Hills (#9.14)".

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 1974

Winner
Broadcasting Press Guild Award
Best Single Play
For episode "Kisses at Fifty (#3.13)".

Prix Italia 1978

Winner
Prix Italia
Drama
For episode "The Spongers (#8.14)".

Prix Italia 1975

Winner
Prix Italia
Drama
For episode "Just Another Saturday (#5.15)".

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