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Cardinal Burns (Series 2) and Tommy Cooper: Not like That, Like This have each been nominated for the RTS Craft & Design 13/14 awards. Multi-award winning comedy sketch series Cardinal Burns has been nominated for three awards, in the Photography, … Continue reading

Bafta nominated for their first series on E4, Cardinal Burns have upgraded to Channel 4 for their second. This is no mean feat for the exuberant and absurd duo, who represent sketch success at a time of some uncertainty for … Continue reading

Congratulations to School of Comedy’s Will Poulter for his EE Rising Star nomination at BAFTA this week. Will Poulter, who starred in Son Of Rambow and alongside Jennifer Aniston in last year’s comedy We’re The Millers, is up against fellow … Continue reading

We are pleased to confirm that Left Bank’s multi-award winning sketch show Cardinal Burns is to return for a second series. The new series will move from youth-orientated digital channel E4 to the network’s flagship station, Channel 4. The broadcaster … Continue reading

We are delighted to announce that DCI Banks has won a Royal Television Society (Yorkshire) award at this year’s ceremony held at The Queens Hotel in Leeds. Stephen Tompkinson accepted the award for ‘Best Drama’, beating nominations for Emmerdale (40th … Continue reading

Loving Miss Hatto, a single drama by Victoria Wood, received good ratings and strong reviews following its BBC1 airing at Christmas: “Loved Loving Miss Hatto… This drama is better [than the Channel 4 documentary]. Because Victoria Wood, who wrote it, … Continue reading

Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns, otherwise known as charismatic comedy duo Cardinal Burns, are to bring their acclaimed sketches to E4 following a full series commission from Channel 4’s Comedy Editor, Fiona McDermott. The 6 × 30minute series will be … Continue reading

Mad Dogs has been shortlisted for Best Scripted Programme in this year’s Broadcast Digital Awards. This is the second award nomination for Mad Dogs, which last week was shortlisted by BAFTA for *Best Drama Serial*. The BAFTA Awards will take … Continue reading

Mad Dogs has been nominated for a BAFTA Award in the catagory of Best Drama Serial. The four parter for Sky 1, written by Cris Cole and stars Max Beasley, Phil Glenister, John Simm and Marc Warren, with guest stars … Continue reading

Left Bank Pictures’ extended second series of SAS drama Strike Back forges the first ever co-production between BSkyB and American cable network HBO/Cinemax. Shooting 10 × 60′ episodes in South Africa and Hungary between Feb – July 2011, the action … Continue reading