Nominations announced for the RTS Programme Awards 2020
The nominations for the 2020 RTS Programme Awards, in partnership with Audio Network, have been announced. We are please to see lots of programmes that our editors have worked on nominated:
The Repair Shop has been nominated in the ‘Daytime Programme’ category. Alex March, Hugo Fowler and Liam Jolly have worked on this lovely series which shines a light on the wonderful treasures found in homes across the country. Ricochet for BBC One.
In the Entertainment category RuPaul’s Drag Race UK has been nominated. Amy Hadfield and Peter Hein edited episodes in this series which sees Ru Paul in search of a queen with the most charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent in the land. World of Wonder Productions for BBC Three.
The Choir: Our School By the Tower was edited by the wonderful Charlie Hawryliw. The school next to Grenfell Tower asks Gareth Malone to help the pupils create a concert to mark the reopening of their building. The school lost 5 pupils in the fire and they have a unique and moving story to tell. Twenty Twenty for BBC 2
Celebrity Gogglebox is nominated in the ‘Formatted Popular Factual’ category. Gruff Lovgreen worked on this fun series where Oti Mabuse, Rachel Riley, Pasha Kovalev, Kelly Osbourne, Nick Grimshaw, Gyles Brandreth, Sheila Hancock and other famous faces talk about what they think of our top TV shows. Studio Lambert for Channel 4.
The Circle was also nominated in the ‘Formatted Factual’ category. Tim Fielding edited episodes in this series where contestants live in the same building, but are never allowed to meet competing for a cash prize by getting the most likes and followers. Studio Lambert for Channel 4.
8 Days to the Moon and Back has been nominated in the best Science and Natural History category and was edited by the very talented Duncan Hill. It’s a Feature-length drama documentary telling the real story of the Apollo moon landing mission as it happened. BBC and Theatrical Release.
David Harwood Psychosis and Me has been nominated in the Single Documentary category. Alongside the exploration of his own story, David meets the people going through mental health crises today and the mental health professionals and emergency services on the frontline. Edited by Charlie Hawryliw. Films of Record for BBC 2.
Congratulations to all the nominees, Winners will be announced at the RTS Programme Awards Ceremony, in partnership with Audio Network, hosted by writer and comedian Paul Merton, on Tuesday 17th March at The Grosvenor Hotel.
Full list of nominees can be found here.