• April 2020

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    • 19th - HMRC cheque payments due
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    • 10th - Good Friday (E, W, NI, S)
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    • 8th - May Bank Holiday (E,W,NI,S)
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    • 12th - Battle of the Boyne - Bank Holiday (NI)
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    • 19th - Payment of 2019/20 Class 1A NIC due
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    • 17th - St. Patrick's Day (NI)
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Congratulations to the 2021 RTS Programme Award Winners!

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The prestifious RTS Programme Awards recognise programmes and individuals that have raised the quality, creativity and acheivement of television production over the last year. Held last night, the 2021 Awards were hosted by British TV presenter Jonathan Ross.

Congratulations to the 2021 RTS Award Winners!

The prestigious 2021 RTS Programme Awards, held last night, were hosted by British TV presenter, comedian and actor Jonathan Ross. Sargent-Disc, a Cast & Crew company, is delighted to continue as an RTS Major Patron and support their work celebrating the creativity and achievement of the television industry.

The Awards recognise programmes and individuals that have raised the quality, creativity and originality of television productions over the previous year. Last night,   29 competitive awards were presented - along with three special judges awards:

  • The RTS Outstanding Achievement Award went to the talented screenwriter Russell T Davies OBE, for his body of work during the  last two decades. The judges said he has taken "television drama to places it's never been before, explored themes never explored before, and - more than anything - told stories never allowed before"
  • The RTS Judges' Award was presented to Anne Mensah, Vice President, Original Series at Netflix, in recognition of her talent, her unwavering commitment to reflecting diversity on and off screen and bringing new stories and voices to television.
  • The RTS Special Award was awarded to the trade association PACT, for its important contribution and support to the UK television industry throughout 2020.

 

 RTS 2021 Russel T Davis

 Russell T Davis OBE - Courtesy RTS/Richard Kendal

 

Within the competitive categories, the BBC won 14 awards - three for Michaela Coel's I May Destroy You - winning all it's nominated categories. The RTS Breakthrough Award went to Mae Martin for Channel 4 and Netflix's Feel Good. She also won the RTS Writer - Comedy Award alongside co-writer Joe Hampson. The Ranganation won the inaugural RTS Comedy Entertainment Award, and the hit series The Young Offenders took home the RTS Scripted Comedy Award.

 

RTS Programme Awards 2021

 Michaela Cole - Courtesy RTS/Richard Kendal

 

BBC One's In My Skin won the 'Scripted Series' award and ITV saw success in the 'Daytime Programme' and 'Entertainment' categories for Loose Women and The Masked Singer respectively. Sky dominated the sporting categories - Michael Holding won the RTS Sports Presenter, Commentator or Pundit Award whilst Sky Sports' England v West Indies 1st Test - Black Lives Matter, picked up the RTS Sports Programme Award and was described by the judges as "a remarkable piece of television."

 

Chair of the Awards, Kenton Allen, said: "The incredible range of programming we have seen across all genres and categories in this uniquely challenging year has been exceptional and a terrific representation of the thriving and constantly innovating television industry we have in the UK."

 

Sargent-Disc would like to congratulate all the nominees and winners of RTS Programme Awards and look forward to another inspiring year of television!

 

To see the full list of winners and to watch the RTS Programme Awards in full here

 

 

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