Parade’s End nominated five times at Bafta Craft Awards

Doctor Who, Call the Midwife, The Hour and Ripper Street are also up for multiple accolades at the annual awards ceremony

Ford Madox Ford adaptation Parade’s End, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Rebecca Hall and Anne-Marie Duff, is up for five awards at this year’s Bafta Craft Awards.


The BBC2 five part drama is leading the pack with five nominations, including costume design, make up and hair design, production design, visual and graphic effects and drama writer.

Bafta’s annual Craft Awards aim to honour the skills of those working behind the scenes of Britain’s best television in areas such as writing, directing and editing.

Following close behind Parade’s End is one off Hitchcock drama The Girl, starring Sienna Miller and Toby Jones, BBC1 Jack the Ripper programme Ripper Street and recently cancelled 1950s newroom series The Hour, all of which are up for four awards.

Doctor Who, Call the Midwife, 7/7 One Day in London, Amish: A Secret Life, Hollow Crown: Richard II, The Thick of It, Top Gear, The Fear and The London 2012 Olympics have all been recognised in two categories.


The winners will be announed on 28 February at a ceremony in central London hosted by comic Stephen Mangan.