Broadcast Awards 2024 comedy nominees revealed

Tuesday 28th November 2023, 4:03pm


The nominees for the Broadcast Awards 2024 have been revealed. Organised by the TV trade magazine, the much sought-after prizes feature a number of comedy-related shows in the shortlists.

Best Comedy Programme

Black Ops. Image shows left to right: Dominique 'Dom' Archibald (Gbemisola Ikumelo), Kayode 'Kay' Ogundare (Hammed Animashaun). Credit: BBC Studios

Black Ops

Changing Ends. Image shows left to right: Present Day Alan (Alan Carr), Alan (Oliver Savell). Credit: Baby Cow Productions

Changing Ends

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

Dreaming Whilst Black

Everyone Else Burns. Image shows left to right: Harry Connor, Fiona Lewis (Kate O'Flynn), David Lewis (Simon Bird), Amy James-Kelly

Everyone Else Burns

Juice. Jamma (Mawaan Rizwan)

Juice

The Change. Linda (Bridget Christie)

The Change


Meanwhile the Best Entertainment Programme shortlist features Michael McIntyre's Big Show listed alongside Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, Strictly Come Dancing, Lee Mack quiz show The 1% Club and The Traitors.

Animated comedies Lloyd Of The Flies and The Rubbish World Of Dave Spud appear in the Best Children's Programme shortlist and documentary Spike Milligan: The Unseen Archive is up for the Best Multichannel Programme title.

In the Best Original Programme category the judges' picks include Dreaming Whilst Black, one-off spoof Gregg Wallace: The British Miracle Meat and How To Survive A Dictator With Munya Chawawa.

The David Beckham special of Joe Lycett's Got Your Back has been listed in the Best Popular Factual Programme shortlist, whilst the final episode of There She Goes is in the running for Best Single Drama.

The results will be announced at a ceremony at London's Grosvenor House on Thursday 8th February. To see a full list of nominations across all genres visit broadcastawards.co.uk

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