Drama Republic is absolutely thrilled that Doctor Foster and An Inspector Calls have both been recognised in nominations for the British Academy Television Craft Awards 2016.
In the Director: Fiction category, Aisling Walsh has been nominated for her helming of An Inspector Calls – Drama Republic’s much-praised BBC One adaptation of JB Priestley’s classic play. Editor Alex Mackie’s work on the same show has also been recognised in the Editing: Fiction category.
Drama Republic’s BBC One hit show Doctor Foster also received two nominations. Creator and writer of the show Mike Bartlett has been nominated in the Writer: Drama category. While the sound design of the show was also recognised – with Stuart Hilliker, Jim Goddard, Billy Quinn and Tom Deane nominated in the Sound: Fiction category.
The BAFTA Craft winners will be announced at a ceremony held on 24th April 2016.