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British Academy Television Awards 1998

1998 British Academy Television Awards
Date 18 May 1998
Site Prince of Wales Theatre
Host Bob Monkhouse
Highlights
Best Actor Simon Russell Beale
(A Dance to the Music of Time)
Best Actress Daniela Nardini
(This Life)
Comedy Performance Steve Coogan
(I'm Alan Partridge)
Best Comedy I'm Alan Partridge
Best Drama Jonathan Creek
Television/Radio coverage
Network ITV
1997 BAFTA Awards 1999 >

The 1998 British Academy Television Awards were held on 18 May at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London. The ceremony was broadcast on ITV, hosted by Bob Monkhouse, and it was the first occasion since 1968 that the Television Awards had been held separately from the British Academy Film Awards, instead of as a joint ceremony.

Winners

References

  • Archive of winners on official BAFTA website (retrieved March 25, 2006).
  • British Academy Television Awards 1998 at the Internet Movie Database
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