The Broadcast Awards 2020
The short list for the Broadcast Awards has been revealed. The Broadcast Awards are the most hotly anticipated event in the television industry calendar celebrating the very best in British programming and channels. We are excited to see that many projects that our editors have worked on have been shortlisted.
Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out– Charlie Hawryliw edited this 60 min documentary which follows Little Mix star Jesy Nelson as she goes on a journey of rehabilitation. She opens up about abuse she has suffered at the hands of cyberbullies and its effects on her mental health. October Films for BBC Three. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Multi Channel Category’
The Repair Shop – Alex Marsh and Hugo Fowler have worked on this lovely series which shines a light on the wonderful treasures to be found in homes across the country. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Daytime Programme’ category. Ricochet for BBC One.
Drowning in Plastic – Matt Lowe edited this important documentary which follows Liz Bonnin as she investigates the scale of the plastic crisis in our oceans. Raw TV for BBC One. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Documentary’ category.
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! Tim Fielding and Janet Shaw have worked on this popular long-running reality series presented by Ant & Dec featuring celebrities living in the jungle. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Entertainment Programme’ category.
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One Day in Gaza– The 14 May 2018 started as a day of mass protest at Gaza’s border with Israel, and would end as one of the most deadly days in Gaza for a generation. Edited by Ella Newton, this 60-minute film reveals extraordinary new details of what happened. BBC Current Affairs London for BBC Two. Shortlisted in the ‘Best News/Current Affairs Programme’ category.
The Big Hospital Experiment.- Edited by Simon ‘Badger’ Cooper. Fourteen young people start their first week volunteering for a radical social experiment at the Royal Derby Hospital to deliver patient care on the NHS frontline. Blast Films for BBC Two. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Original Programme’ Category.
The Chase – Andrew Watters worked on this Quiz show hosted by Bradley Walsh for ITV1. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Daytime Programme’ category.
Brian Johnson- Life on the Road- Dan Stewart edited 2 episodes of this series which see’s one of rock music’s iconic and tour-hardened frontmen, Brian Johnson, gives us a brand new and exclusive take on one aspect of the rock and roll life. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Music Programme’ Category’.
8 Days: To the Moon and Back – Duncan Hill edited this Feature-length drama documentary telling the real story of the Apollo moon landing mission as it happened. BBC and Theatrical Release. Shortlisted in the ‘Best Single Drama’ category.
Congratulations to everyone shorlisted!
See the full list here. The awards will take place 5th Feb 2020.