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Doctor Who Scoops BAFTA Nominations!

Doctor Who has been recognised with three nominations for this year’s BAFTA Cymru, Television and Interactive Media Awards! The nominations come in the categories of Television Drama for The Impossible Astronaut, Sound for The Wedding of River Song and, exploding the competition, the Adventure Game The Gunpowder Plot which received the nod in the Digital…

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Moffat to Accept BAFTA Special Award

With a career in television spanning over 20 years, Steven Moffat’s is a name that only seems to be hitting the mainstream thanks to Doctor Who and Sherlock. Fortunately next weekend’s BAFTA awards ceremony will show viewers that he’s been responsible for some marvellous television for children and adults for a long time. To recognise…

Brian Cant Can!

60s Doctor Who actor Brian Cant was honoured with a special award at the Children’s BAFTAs yesterday. Cant, who appeared as Kent Gantry in The Daleks’ Master Plan and Tensa in The Dominators, met a double standing ovation that was likely the result of the 77-year-old’s 21 years as presenter of Play School, and due…

Fairytales = Danger

SFX online has reported on some of the comments made at the BAFTA screening of The Pandorica Opens; they feature highlights of the Q & A session that took place after the episode was viewed. Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith and Executive Producer Stephen Moffat answered some questions posed by the audience on how the series…

Baffy BAFTAs

So massive congratulations to Harry Hill, whose TV Burp has received a worthy honour from the British Academy and earned its wings at last, after several years of Saturday tea-time madness. He deserves nothing less for at the very least arranging fights between different foodstuffs, slow elderly people and animals, and providing superb comedy relief…

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