What should win best single drama at the TV Baftas 2015?

Dylan Thomas biopic a Poet in New York? Marvellous starring Toby Jones? Jimmy McGovern's legal drama Common? Or BBC3's real-life drama Murdered by My Boyfriend? Which drama do you think deserves to win?

The Bafta award for best single drama celebrates the true one-offs of the year in TV. The sort of stories that don’t need things like cliffhangers or TV cliches to grab the attention.


As ever, the eventual decision is made by the Bafta judges, but this year we want to know which drama you think deserves to go home with the golden mask.

Did Tom Hollander convince you as Dylan Thomas in A Poet in New York? Perhaps Jimmy McGovern’s searing drama Common, about controversial joint enterprise laws, changed your perspective on the British legal system. Maybe you thought Toby Jones was simply Marvellous, or that BBC3 real-life drama Murdered By My Boyfriend was too important not to be recognised?


Cast your vote now.