Twenty Twelve Nominated For A Broadcast Award

Spoof documentary series Twenty Twelve narrated by David Tennant has been nominated in the Best Comedy Programme category in the 2013 Broadcast Awards.

Twenty Twelve stars Hugh Bonneville, Jessica Hynes, Olivia Colman, Karl Theobald, Vincent Franklin and Amelia Bullmore and follows the fictional Olympic Deliverance Committee as they struggled to bring the 2012 London Olympics to the capital. The second series was filmed only a few weeks before the real Games opened in order to keep the themes as current as possible.

The full list of nominees in the categories are:

Best Comedy Programme (sponsored by Pinewood Television):

  • Cardinal Burns - Left Bank Pictures for E4
  • Fresh Meat - Objective Productions and Lime Pictures for Channel 4
  • Hunderby - Baby Cow Productions for Sky Atlantic 
  • Mrs Brown's Boys  - BBC Scotland/ BBC Productions with BocPix and RTE for BBC1
  • Rev - Big Talk Productions for BBC2 
  • Twenty Twelve  - BBC Productions for BBC2
The winners will be announced in a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel on the 30th January 2013

Click here for a full list of all categories and nominees.