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O'Dowd, Dornan among BAFTA TV nominees

1 of 1 Dornan - Nominated in the Leading Actor category for his work on The Fall
Dornan - Nominated in the Leading Actor category for his work on The Fall

Jamie Dornan, Chris O'Dowd and Graham Norton are among the nominees for this year's BAFTA Television Awards in the UK.

Following his Irish Film & Television Awards wins on Saturday night, Dornan is nominated in the Leading Actor category for his work on The Fall. The Fall is also nominated for Best Mini-Series.

O'Dowd is nominated for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme for The IT Crowd. His co-stars, Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson, are also nominated and the show ties with Southcliffe for the most nominations (four).

Norton is nominated for Best Entertainment Performance, with The Graham Norton Show also among the Best Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme nominees.

The awards take place in London on Sunday May 18.

The Nominees:

Leading Actor
Jamie Dornan - The Fall
Sean Harris - Southcliffe
Luke Newberry - In the Flesh
Dominic West - Burton and Taylor

Leading Actress
Helena Bonham Carter - Burton and Taylor
Olivia Colman - Broadchurch
Kerrie Hayes - The Mill
Maxine Peake - The Village

Supporting Actor
David Bradley - Broadchurch
Jerome Flynn - Ripper Street
Nico Mirallegro - The Village
Rory Kinnear - Southcliffe

Supporting Actress
Shirley Henderson - Southcliffe
Sarah Lancashire - Last Tango in Halifax
Claire Rushbrook - My Mad Fat Diary
Nicola Walker - Last Tango in Halifax

Entertainment Performance
Ant and Dec - Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Charlie Brooker - 10 O'Clock Live
Sarah Millican - The Sarah Millican Television Programme
Graham Norton - The Graham Norton Show

Female Performance in a Comedy Programme
Frances de la Tour - Vicious
Kerry Howard - Him and Her: The Wedding
Doon Mackichan - Plebs
Katherine Parkinson - The IT Crowd

Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
Richard Ayoade - The IT Crowd
Mathew Baynton - The Wrong Mans
James Corden - The Wrong Mans
Chris O'Dowd - The IT Crowd

Single Drama
An Adventure in Space and Time
Black Mirror: Be Right Back
Complicit
The Wipers Times

Mini-Series
The Fall
The Great Train Robbery
In the Flesh
Southcliffe

Drama Series
Broadchurch
My Mad Fat Diary
Top of the Lake
The Village

Soap and Continuing Drama
Casualty
Coronation Street
EastEnders
Holby City

International
Borgen
Breaking Bad
House of Cards
The Returned

Factual Series
Bedlam
Educating Yorkshire
Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day
The Route Masters: Running London's Roads

Specialist Factual
David Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive
Martin Luther King and the March on Washington
Richard III: The King in the Car Park
Story of the Jews

Single Documentary
28 Up South Africa
The Day Kennedy Died
The Murder Trial
The Unspeakable Crime: Rape

Features
The Choir: Sing While You Work
Grand Designs
The Great British Bake Off
Long Lost Family

Reality and Constructed Factual
The Big Reunion
Dragons' Den
Gogglebox
The Undateables

Current Affairs
The Cruel Cut
The Hunt for Britain's Sex Gangs
North Korea: Life Inside the Secret State
Syria: Across the Lines

News Coverage
Channel 4 News
ITV News at Ten: Woolwich Attacks
The Dale Cregan Verdict: North West Tonight Special
The Lee Rigby Trial: ITV Granada Reports

Sport and Live Event
Bollywood Carmen Live
Glastonbury 2013
The Ashes 2013 - 1st Test, Day Five
Wimbledon Men's Final

Entertainment Programme
Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Derren Brown: The Great Art Robbery
Dynamo: Magician Impossible
Strictly Come Dancing

Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme
The Graham Norton Show
A League of Their Own
The Revolution Will Be Televised
Would I Lie To You?

Situation Comedy
Count Arthur Strong
Him and Her: The Wedding
The IT Crowd
Toast Of London

Radio Times Audience Award
Breaking Bad
Broadchurch
Doctor Who: Day of the Doctor
Educating Yorkshire
Gogglebox
The Great British Bake Off

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