Here are the results for the RTS Programme Awards 2005. Bleak House won the best Drama Serials award: "The winning programme captivated the jury from start to finish: the pace, camera-work and bravura spirit of writing and performances singled it out as a truly exceptional, pretty flawless piece of work.” And Andrew Davies won the Best Writer / Drama award for his outstanding screenplay: “The jury praised the winning writer’s clarity and vision, his brilliant adaptation skills, his flair and his enormous care and commitment to what has been an outstanding piece of drama this year.” Congratulations!

Bleak House is in the running on Tuesday March 14, 2006 for best drama serial alongside Elizabeth I and To the Ends of the Earth. Bleak House has also Charles Dance up for best actor while director Justin Chadwick is nominated for the behind the scenes breakthrough prize. Andrew Davies is in the running for best screenplay writing. The RTS Programme Awards are decided by a jury made up of TV professionals. You can read more about  RTS here.

Good news for the creative minds of BBC One's major TV project Bleak House. The show won this year's TRIC award for Best TV Drama Programme. The competition was tough with two other great shows - Doctor Who and Shakespeare Re-told. Congratulations to the whole team. A well-deserved award for an outstanding piece of art.

An online vote for the only Bafta award which will be decided by public is about to start including shows like Strictly Come Dancing, The X Factor, Jamie's School Dinners, The Catherine Tate Show, The Apprentice, Bleak House, Doctor Who and Desperate Housewives. Here's the link for placing your vote.
Seems that our friends from the UK will finally get to see the first home edition of The Inspector Lynley Mysteries. Thanks to a hint from one of our Swedish (!) visitors I am proud to tell you that there are indications that the BBC is planning to issue the pilot and season one in the UK on three DVDs. You can also find some info on this latest edition on the amazon pages that told me in early March that it should have been out on April 10th, 2006. As far as I understand now (hey, it's early April) this first UK edition has been postponed to July 8, 2006. You can now pre-order and save some money.

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