The Evening Express Aberdeen’s Champion Awards are returning for 2020 with the aim of finding those big-hearted people and businesses that have helped the most during the coronavirus pandemic.
A popular awards ceremony organised to celebrate the most inspiring people in an Aberdeen community has been postponed, due to the coronavirus restrictions.
NHS Grampian's hospital radio scooped a top accolade at the national broadcasting awards.
Chernobyl, Fleabag and Derry Girls are among the TV programmes to be nominated for Royal Television Society (RTS) awards.
Here are all the key statistics from the 2020 Bafta film awards:
The winner of the EE rising star award at the Baftas has said that diversity in the film industry is “going in the right direction”.
Graham Norton divided Bafta viewers with a biting opening monologue that took aim at the diversity controversy surrounding the awards.
Sir Sam Mendes’s war film 1917 leads the Bafta accolades with seven wins.
Few things are more classic than a black or metallic red carpet outfit.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embraced Bafta’s message of sustainability by re-wearing outfits at this year’s glittering ceremony.
South Korean dark comedy Parasite continues to build momentum ahead of the Oscars after winning another major award.
Sir Sam Mendes’ war epic 1917 received a boost in its quest for Oscars success after winning the top prize at the 31st Producers Guild Awards.
In the entire history of the Oscars there has been only one female winner of best director – and that is not going to change in 2020.
This year’s Oscars will again be without a host, the Academy has said.
Darkly comic Korean thriller Parasite has become one of the most talked about foreign language films of recent years and has now been nominated for four Baftas.
A film that details the female experience of the war in Syria has become the most nominated documentary in Bafta history.
This year’s Bafta film nominations have been announced, with Joker leading the way after scoring 11.
Netflix productions lead the way in both the film and TV categories ahead of the Golden Globes.
The Golden Globes, known as the “party of the year”, is going with a meatless menu for its 77th annual awards show.
British actresses Olivia Colman, Jodie Comer, Helena Bonham Carter and Phoebe Waller-Bridge have all been nominated for Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Female directors were shut out of the nominations for the 77th Golden Globes while Robert De Niro was also a surprise snub.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Helena Bonham Carter and Kit Harington have all been nominated for Golden Globes.
Netflix’s acclaimed family drama Marriage Story received an early boost in the race for the Oscars as it won four prizes at the Gotham Awards.
One of the co-leaders of Aberdeen City Council has been nominated for a national award.
Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer has said there were “no hard feelings” after she beat her co-star Sandra Oh at the Emmys.
Children and young people packed into Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom to celebrate a year of outstanding achievements.
Hundreds of schoolchildren have won awards at a special ceremony to celebrate their achievements.
An Aberdeen nursery manager has been selected as a finalist for a national award.
Almost three million people tuned in to watch Coronation Street dominate the British Soap Awards for a second year running.
Coronation Street has dominated at the British Soap Awards for a second year running, with the show’s suicide storyline starring Shayne Ward earning numerous gongs.