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2000 British Academy Television Awards

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2000 British Academy Television Awards
Date14 May 2000
SiteGrosvenor House Hotel
Hosted byDes Lynam
Best Comedy SeriesThe League of Gentlemen
Best DramaThe Cops
Best ActorMichael Gambon
Wives & Daughters
Best ActressThora Hird
Lost for Words
Best Comedy Performance
Most awardsThe Royle Family (2)
Most nominationsThe Royle Family (4)
Television coverage
Ratings7.85 million

The 2000 British Academy Television Awards were held on Sunday 14 May 2000. The ceremony was hosted by sportscaster Des Lynam, aired on ITV and took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, London.

Winners and nominees

Michael Gambon, Best Actor winner
Michael Gambon, Best Actor winner
Thora Hird, Best Actress winner
Thora Hird, Best Actress winner
Graham Norton, Best Entertainment Performance winner
Graham Norton, Best Entertainment Performance winner
Peter Bazalgette, BAFTA Fellowship Award recipient
Peter Bazalgette, BAFTA Fellowship Award recipient
Best Drama Series Best Drama Serial
Best Single Drama Best Soap and Continuing Drama
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Comedy Performance Best Comedy
Best Scripted Comedy Best Entertainment Performance
Entertainment Programme or Series Best News and Current Affairs Journalism
Best Factual Series or Strand Huw Wheldon Award for Best Arts Programme or Series
  • The Mayfair Set (BBC Two)
    • Manhunt - The Search for the Yorkshire Ripper (ITV)
    • The Second World War in Colour (ITV)
    • Shanghai Vice (Channel 4)
Robert Flaherty Award for Single Documentary Best Feature
  • True Stories – Divorce Iranian Style (Channel 4)
    • Gulag (BBC Two)
    • True Stories – Kosovo - The Valley (Channel 4)
    • Malcolm and Barbara - A Love Story (ITV)
Best Sport Innovation
Lew Grade Audience Award The Dennis Potter Award
The Alan Clarke Award Special Award

Programmes with multiple nominations

Networks that received multiple nominations
Nominations Network
23 BBC One
22 Channel 4
16 BBC Two
15 ITV

See also

External links

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