Jamie Laing has congratulated Strictly Come Dancing on its Bafta TV Awards win.
Jared Haris has revealed he was not the first choice for his Bafta-winning role in Chernobyl and bosses had wanted Daniel Day-Lewis instead.
Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse have shared an insight into their planned acceptance speech – after missing out on the features TV Bafta.
Glenda Jackson has said she hopes the coronavirus crisis will bring the issue of social care “up the political ladder”.
Fleabag actress Sian Clifford and Chernobyl star Jared Harris were among the winners accepting gongs virtually for this year’s Bafta Television Awards.
Sian Clifford has said she is celebrating her Bafta win with Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and her friend even presented her with the famous godmother sculpture from the show.
Luther star Idris Elba said he will continue to champion other actors, writers and people to tell their stories as he collected one of Bafta’s highest accolades.
Idris Elba has said he is proud of his first on-screen role in Crimewatch – unlike many other actors who do not like to admit they appeared in the show.
Youssef Kerkour has said he “knew for a fact” he would not be cast in Channel 4 sitcom Home because he “usually carries an AK-47” on television.
Stephen Graham leaps in the air on a trampoline dressed in a suit and trainers, Glenda Jackson sits in her garden with a cup of tea and Guz Khan is ambushed by his children with water pistols in portraits of Bafta nominees taken by the photographer Rankin.
Idris Elba is set to receive a Bafta special award for his creative contribution to television and his work promoting diversity and new talent in the industry.
Chernobyl was the biggest winner at the British Academy Television Craft Awards after securing wins in seven categories.
Bafta’s new chairman has pledged to work to improve “diversity and inclusion” within the television and film industry.
Chernobyl has enjoyed a successful night at the British Academy Television Craft Awards.
Comedians Romesh Ranganathan and Richard Ayoade are among the celebrity presenters who will be taking part virtually in this year’s digital only ceremony for the British Academy Television Craft Awards.
Another major Hollywood awards show has been postponed following the Oscars’ decision to delay its ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Films released on streaming platforms while cinemas are closed will still be eligible for Baftas in 2021 under temporary changes to the rules, it has been announced.
Bafta’s chief executive Amanda Berry has said the upcoming television awards will be likely to feature a tribute to “those who have done so much for society” during the last few months.
The Bafta television awards will be hosted by Richard Ayoade behind closed doors and nominees will accept their awards virtually, it has been announced.
Amanda Mealing has said she hopes a Bafta initiative to connect women in the entertainment industry will give the next generation a “purpose and understanding” to ask for equal opportunities.
Bafta has postponed its annual television and TV craft awards and the Olivier Awards have been cancelled amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Bafta has postponed its annual television awards and television craft awards amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A film and TV studio has been given the go-ahead in Edinburgh.
Aisling Bea, Daisy Cooper and Barbara Broccoli are among the figures in the entertainment industry who will offer tips and guidance to aspiring female creatives.
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.
Margot Robbie joked that Brad Pitt would be naming his Bafta award Harry because “he is really excited about bringing it back to the States” – as the Duke of Cambridge watched from the audience.
Few boast a body of work like that of Roger Deakins, who is the most decorated cinematographer in Bafta history.
Rebel Wilson had the Bafta audience in stitches as she poked fun at box office flop Cats, as well as coronavirus and the male-only directing category.