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13/04/2016

Nominations Announced For RTS Scotland Awards 2016

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The Royal Television Society (RTS) has announced the nominations for this year's RTS Scotland Awards 2016. The awards cover all forms of production in Scotland.

The Award winners will be announced at a ceremony, hosted by Catriona Shearer and Sanjeev Kohli, on Wednesday 25 May at the Oran Mor, Glasgow.

The nominations are:

Best Daytime
Antiques Road Trip – STV Productions, BBC One
Countryside 999 – BBC Scotland Factual, BBC One
The TV That Made Me – Raise The Roof Productions, BBC One

Best Factual Entertainment and Features

Kirstie and Phil's Love It or List It – Raise The Roof Productions, Channel 4
Supershoppers – Firecrest Films, Channel 4
Trust Me, I'm A Doctor – BBC Scotland Science Production, BBC Two

Best History Programme
Quintinshill: Britain's Deadliest Rail Disaster – Finestripe Productions, BBC Scotland

Scotland's War at Sea – BBC Scotland Factual, BBC Two Scotland
The Day They Dropped The Bomb – Finestripe Productions, ITV


Best Documentary and Specialist Factual
Britain's Benefit Tenants – IWC Media, Channel 4
Earth's Natural Wonders: Living on the Edge – BBC Scotland Science Production, BBC One
Transplant Tales – Matchlight, BBC Scotland

Best Arts Programme
Blood and Glitter: 70 Years of the Citizens Theatre – BBC Scotland Factual Arts, BBC Scotland/BBC Four
Dance to Freedom – IWC Media, BBC Two

Handmade – BBC Scotland Arts Production, BBC Four

Drama
River City – BBC Scotland Drama, BBC One Scotland
Stonemouth – BBC Scotland Drama / Slate North, BBC One Scotland / BBC Two
The Gamechangers – BBC Scotland Science Production, BBC Two

News and Current Affairs: Best News Programme
Carmichael Trial – STV Glasgow, STV
Reporting Scotland – BBC Scotland News & Current Affairs, BBC Scotland
STV News at Six – Central – STV News, STV


News and Current Affairs: Best Current Affairs
BBC Scotland Investigates: Catch Me If You Can – BBC Scotland Investigate, BBC Scotland
BBC Scotland Investigates: The Dog Factory – BBC Scotland Investigates, BBC Scotland
Scotland What Next? – STV News – Central, STV

Sport: Best Sport Programme
Jim Baxter – purpleTV, BBC ALBA
Sportscene at 40 – BBC Sport Scotland, BBC Scotland
Tartan Pride – purpleTV, BBC ALBA


Sport: Best Live Event
BT Sport SPFL – Sunset + Vine, BT Sport
Sportscene Live: The Scottish League Cup Semi-Final, Celtic v Rangers – BBC Sport Scotland, BBC Scotland

Best Comedy
Burnistoun's Big Night – The Comedy Unit and Bold Yin, BBC Scotland

Only An Excuse? 2015 – The Comedy Unit, BBC Scotland
Radges – BBC Comedy Production Scotland, BBC Three

Best Children's Programme
Down on the Farm – BBC Scotland, BBC Cbeebies
Eve – Leopard Drama, CBBC
Officially Amazing – Lion Television Scotland, CBBC

Best Short Form Content
A little piece of Luxembourg everywhere… – Playdead, Vimeo
STV Edinburgh Launch Promo – STV, STV
Wildless – Playdead, Online

Animation and VFX
Britain Beneath Your Feet – Playdead, BBC Scotland
The Secret Life of Midges – ISO for BBC Scotland, BBC One
Trauma and the Brain – Media Co-op, Vimeo

Student Television Award
Animation: The Armadillo and the Earwig – Ben Cresswell, Edinburgh College of Art
Drama: Starfish – Louise Dawson, Dayna Baptie and Fergus Thom, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Factual: Dipper from the Water of Leith – Kris Kubik, University of Edinburgh

On Screen Personality of the Year
Emma Baker. 'Living Dangerously' / 'Finding The Light' / 'Long Horizons' – ITV Border, ITV
Lachlan Goudie. 'The Story of Scottish Art' – BBC Scotland Factual, BBC Scotland / BBC Four
Elaine C Smith. 'Burdz Eye View' – Solus Productions / RPM Arts, STV

Television Journalist of the Year
Mark Daly – BBC Scotland Investigates, BBC Scotland
Peter MacMahon – ITV, ITV Border
Bernard Ponsonby – STV News, STV

Television Director of the Year
Jack Cocker. 'Imagine – Richard Flanagan: Life After Death' – BBC Scotland Factual, BBC One
Morag Tinto. 'Imagine – Antony Gormley: Being Human' – BBC Scotland Factual, BBC One
Brian Welsh. 'The Rat Pack' – Zeppotron, BBC iPlayer

Best Camera
Brian Jobson. 'River City' – BBC Scotland Drama, BBC One Scotland
Steve Lawes. 'Stonemouth' – BBC Scotland Drama / Slate North, BBC One Scotland / BBC Two
Fraser Rice. 'Phil Cunningham's Pipe Dream' – BBC Scotland Entertainment & Events, BBC Two Scotland

Best Sound
John Cobban / 422tv. 'Eve' – Leopard Drama, CBBC
Paul Flitcroft. 'The Story of Scottish Art' – BBC Scotland Factual, BBC Scotland / BBC Four
Paul Wilson. 'Air Ambulance ER and Planet Oil' – Digital Design Studio, Sky / BBC

Best Post Production: Editing
David Arthur. 'Imagine – Richard Flanagan: Life After Death' – BBC Scotland Factual Arts, BBC Scotland / BBC Four
Joe Spiers. 'Quintinshill: Britain's Deadliest Rail Disaster' Finestripe Productions, BBC Scotland
Vilte Vaitkute. 'Wee Govan Pipers and The Golden Road' – Media Co-op, MG Alba

Best Post Production: Graphics and Titling
Funktion Design. 'Kirstie's Homemade Christmas' – Raise The Roof Productions, Channel 4
ISO. 'I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse' – Tiger Aspect, BBC Three

ISO. 'The Story of Scottish Art' – BBC Scotland, BBC Two

Best Digital Innovation Award
Anthony Browne, Paul McFadyen, Gillian McNeil. 'T in the Park' – BBC Scotland Social Media, BBC Scotland
Anthony Browne, Louise Thornton, Muslim Alim. 'BBC The Social' – BBC Scotland Social Media, BBC Scotland
Vicky Lee. 'STV News Online Video' – STV News, STV

The RTS Scotland Award – To be announced on the night.

https://rts.org.uk/region/scotland

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