BBC Adaptation Of ‘Wolf Hall’ Set To Dominate This Years BAFTA Awards | TV News
Just as the stage adaptation of the show dominated both the West End and Broadway, the BBC adaptation of Wolf Hall is set to dominate this year’s Bafta Television awards with four nominations including one for its star Mark Rylance, competing with Luther’s Idris Elba for the best acting prize.
Adele has also been nominated for her BBC One special Adele at the BBC, Downton Abbey still struggling to recover from its TV awards duck. BBC One’s drama Poldark starring Aidan Turner also has no nominations for this year’s ceremony, despite becoming one of the most talked about TV events last year.
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