Television Baftas 2008

Boy A wins at Bafta craft awards

Channel 4's hard-hitting drama Boy A led the winners last night at the Bafta craft awards, which reward the behind-the-scenes talent. By Chris Tryhorn

Chris Tryhorn

12, May, 2008 @9:44 AM

TV matters: The Bafta Television Awards

Sunday's ceremony had some fine points to make, with voters rewarding the ethical, the engaged and the just plain excellent

Mark Lawson

23, Apr, 2008 @11:44 PM

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Interview: Chrissy Illey meets Andrew Garfield

On Sunday, Andrew Garfield won the best actor Bafta for his powerful performance in Channel 4's Boy A. But, as Chrissy Iley discovers, it will be a while before he is able to relax into the acting experience

Chrissy Iley

22, Apr, 2008 @12:27 AM

It has been a great weekend for Wales. Jude Rogers salutes her country

From Joe Calzaghe's win in the boxing ring to Gavin and Stacey's triumph at the Baftas, it has been a great weekend for Wales. Jude Rogers salutes her country

Jude Rogers

21, Apr, 2008 @11:05 PM

F1 team to bid for role after coverage switches to BBC

The Bafta-winning team behind ITV's formula one coverage will bid to carry on covering the sport for the BBC when it changes channels. By John Plunkett

John Plunkett

21, Apr, 2008 @5:00 PM

Harry Hill to make spoof soap for ITV

Double Bafta winner Harry Hill is to make a spoof soap for ITV called Soapington Way. By John Plunkett

John Plunkett

21, Apr, 2008 @2:00 PM

Gavin & Stacey creators say there may not be a third series

The co-creators and co-stars of Bafta-winning Gavin & Stacey have revealed there may not be another series of the hit BBC3 sitcom. By John Plunkett

John Plunkett

21, Apr, 2008 @1:56 PM

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TV ratings - April 20: Baftas watched by 5.6 million

The Bafta television awards had their best audience for four years as 5.6 million viewers tuned into BBC1's coverage. By Chris Tryhorn

Chris Tryhorn

21, Apr, 2008 @10:46 AM

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Comedies have the last laugh at Baftas

Harry Hill and Gavin & Stacey took two awards each at the Baftas, while film maker Paul Watson attacked 'bullying' reality TV. By Owen Gibson

Owen Gibson, media correspondent

21, Apr, 2008 @8:12 AM

Baftas 2008: The screen sirens

Laura Potter meets this year's best British actresses

20, Apr, 2008 @3:19 PM

Baftas 2008: David Threlfall and Rob Brydon

David Threlfall and Rob Brydon met at a mutual friend's wedding and have been mates ever since. By Laura Potter

Laura Potter

20, Apr, 2008 @3:15 PM

Baftas 2008: The judges

Catherine Rapley meets the Bafta committee

Catherine Rapley

20, Apr, 2008 @3:14 PM

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