The shortlist for the Broadcast Awards 2016 was revealed last night at The Hospital Club. We are thrilled to have been nominated for ‘Best Post Production House’ and also to have worked on numerous projects from other categories.
BBC 2 juggernaut Top Gear (BBC Productions) has been nominated for 'Best Popular Factual Programme' while Channel 4's hard hitting The Paedophile Hunter from Amos Pictures has been recognised for 'Best Documentary Programme' along with Minnow's Breaking into Britain for Channel 4. We also contributed towards two nominations in the 'Best Documentary Series' category with Keo Film's The Romanians are Coming and Minnow's The Detectives, both for Channel 4.
BBC Events' VE Day 70: A Party to Remember has been nominated in the Best Music Programme Category and the hilarious Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Phil McIntyre Entertainment) has received a nomination for Best Entertainment Programme. Finally BBC Three's The Unbreakables: Life and Love on Disability Campus (Minnow Films) has been nominated for Best Multichannel Programme.
A huge congratulations to everyone who has been nominated and we look forward to seeing you at the awards on the 10th February 2016 at Grosvenor House.
For the full list of nominees click here.