NFTS Co-Head of Documentary, Peter Dale has received a BAFTA nomination in the forthcoming Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards in the Single Documentary category for his work on Louis Theroux, Talking To Anorexia. The Awards takes place on the 13th May and will be hosted by Sue Perkins.

In addition, 38 NFTS alumni are credited across the nominated programmes - including an impressive 9 DoP credits - as follows:

Best Drama Series

Peaky Blinders Series 4: Key Boom Operator, Sarah Howe

The Crown [Series 2]: Story Editor, Edward Hemming; Editors, Una Ni Dhonghaile and Alex Mackie; Sound Assistant, Thomas Markwick; Stand By Art Director, Isobel Dunhill; Cashier, Marta Henriquez

The End of the F***ing World: Sound FX Editor, Peter Warnock; Location Runner, Sonia Hoogenstraaten; Production Secretary, Alicja Kielbasa

Best Factual Series

Ambulance: Cinematography, Jasleen Sethi; Editor, Manuela Lupini

Catching a Killer: Composer, Sarah Warne

Hospital: Executive Producer, Jackie Waldock (Series 2); Director, Lyttanya Shannon (Series 3)

Best Mini-Series

Howards End: Production Designer, Luke Hull

The Moorside: DoP, Stephan Pehrsson

The State: DoP Gavin Finney; Assistant to the Director, Khaled Gad

Three Girls: Editor, Una Ni Dhonghaile; Composer, Natalie Holt

Best Scripted Comedy

Catastrophe: DoP, Daniel Stafford Clark

Chewing Gum: Online Editor, Fabio-Miguel Campos

Timewasters: DoP, Sean Van Hales

Best Short Form Programme

Morgana Robinson’s Summer: Boom Operator, Amée Simpson

Best Single Documentary

Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum and Dad: Composer, Mat Davidson

Best Single Drama

Against the Law: Composer, Roger Goula

Black Mirror: Hang the DJ: DoP, Stuart Bentley; Foley Editor, Dario Swade

King Charles III: DoP, Philippe Kress; Rerecording Mixer, Stuart Hilliker

Murdered for Being Different: DoP, Vanessa Whyte

Best Soap & Continuing Drama

Casualty: Director, Matthew Evans; Writer, Laura Poliakoff

Coronation Street: Director, Diana Patrick

Emmerdale: Director, Diana Patrick

Best Specialist Factual

Elizabeth I’s Secret Agents: DoP, Gary Clarke; Sound Recordist: Drama, Lauri Kelleher