BBC In-house Comedy Wins Five Awards at The British Comedy Awards
"The creative range and excellence of the four shows recognised - Miranda, Twenty Twelve, Psychoville & Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle - show a team at the top of their game and on-screen talent who are very, very special indeed."Mark Freeland
Mark Freeland, Head of In-house Comedy, said: "I'm thrilled that In House Comedy won five categories at The British Comedy Awards. The creative range & excellence of the four shows recognised - Miranda, Twenty Twelve, Psychoville & Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle show a team at the top of their game & on screen talent who are very, very special indeed".
Cheryl Taylor, Controller Comedy Commissioning said: “We are thrilled that the abundant charm and talent of Miranda, Stewart Lee, Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, Armando Ianucci and the 2012 team have been recognised at this year’s Comedy Awards”.
Pat Younge, Chief Creative Officer, BBC Vision Productions, said: “I am enormously proud of this incredible achievement. As the most successful comedy producer at the awards, this shows that BBC In-house comedy creates a wide range of brilliant comedy across all channels, delivering fantastic content to massive audiences. A huge congratulation to everyone involved in making these productions”.
NOTES TO EDITORS
The awards given to the BBC were:
Best Sitcom - Twenty Twelve
Best Comedy Drama – Psychoville
Best Comedy Entertainment - Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
Best TV Comedy Actress - Miranda Hart
Best Male TV Comic - Stewart Lee
Best Comedy Panel Show – Shooting Stars
Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist – Dan Skinner (Shooting Stars)
Best Sketch Show – Horrible History
Best Comedy Entertainment Personality – Graham Norton
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