Historical drama Wolf Hall has picked up six nominations at this year’s Bafta Craft Awards, which honour television’s behind-the-scenes talent.
The series has been nominated in categories including drama writer for Peter Straughan and costume design.
Fortitude, London Spy and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell have been nominated for four awards each.
This year’s ceremony will hosted by Stephen Mangan and held at The Brewery in London on 24 April.
The screen adaption of Wolf Hall, which was based on the Hilary Mantel novel, starred Damian Lewis and Mark Rylance and was well received by critics when it debuted in January last year.
Special award for casting director Gold
Completing its six nominations are nods for hair and make-up design, sound design, editing and photography and lighting.
The Sound of Music Live!, adapted from the famous musical theatre production and filmed live in a studio, has been nominated in three categories.
This is England ’90, a spin-off from Shane Meadows’s 2006 film of the same name, also has three nominations.
Casting director Nina Gold has already been announced as the recipient of this year’s special award.
Gold’s credits include Game of Thrones, The Theory of Everything, London Spy and The King’s Speech. It is the first time the special award has been presented to a casting director.
Programmes that have been nominated for two awards include An Inspector Calls, Doctor Foster, Humans; The Hunt, Luther, Poldark and Charlie Hebdo: Three Days That Shook Paris.
Catastrophe also receives two nominations, including one for writer: comedy for Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan who also star in the show.
It is one of several nominated programmes which was written by actors who also appear on screen.
Other writer-performers to be nominated include Julia Davis and Barunka O’Shaughnessy for Hunderby and Peter Kay, Paul Coleman and Sian Gibson for Peter Kay’s Car Share.
Source:: BBC Entertainment