Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2024 nominees

Thursday 29th February 2024, 9:16am

21st March update: Ghosts was named as the winner

Five TV shows have been shortlisted for Best Comedy in this year's Broadcasting Press Guild Awards...

Dreaming Whilst Black. Kwabena (Adjani Salmon). Credit: BBC, Big Deal Films

Dreaming Whilst Black

Extraordinary. Image shows left to right: Carrie (Sofia Oxenham), Jizzlord (Luke Rollason), Jen (Mairead Tyers), Kash (Bilal Hasna). Credit: Joseph Sinclair, Disney+


Ghosts. Image shows from L to R: Robin (Laurence Rickard), Humphrey (Laurence Rickard), Mary (Katy Wix), Thomas (Mathew Baynton), Alison (Charlotte Ritchie), Kitty (Lolly Adefope), Mike (Kiell Smith-Bynoe), Captain (Ben Willbond), Pat (Jim Howick), Lady Button (Martha Howe-Douglas), Julian (Simon Farnaby). Copyright: Monumental Pictures


Inside No. 9. Image shows from L to R: Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith

Inside No. 9

Such Brave Girls. Image shows left to right: Josie (Kat Sadler), Deb (Louise Brealey), Billie (Lizzie Davidson)

Such Brave Girls

Elsewhere in the nominations, Russell Brand: In Plain Sight features in the Best Single Documentary category; Ncuti Gatwa is up for Best Actor for his role in Sex Education and Daisy May Cooper has been recognised for her acting in Rain Dogs.

Such Brave Girls creator Kat Sadler is up for Best Writer and also shortlisted for the BPG Breakthrough Talent Award.

Meanwhile the BPG Emerging Creators Award features Amelia Dimoldenberg (Chicken Shop Date), presenter GK Barry and Juice creator Mawaan Rizwan.

A full list of nominations across all categories can be seen via The winners will be announced via a ceremony on Thursday 21st March.

The Broadcasting Press Guild, which is comprised of journalists who write about TV and radio shows, marks its 50th anniversary this year. As part of its celebrations, it has invited its members to select a list of the Top 50 Landmark TV Programmes, which will be revealed on 12th March.

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