From her ideal show to her takeaway of choice, the writer and broadcaster reveals the key ingredients for a perfect night of staying in-in
Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards 2019
This year’s Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards are set to be the glitziest night in the telly calendar since… well, since last year’s ceremony.
The very best shows that wowed us in 2018 will be going head to head on Sunday 12 May at London’s Royal Festival Hall, as the cream of the TV crop don their glad rags and step out for an unforgettable evening in the capital.
Among the gongs up for grabs is the Must-See Moment Award – the only honour voted for by you, the viewers. This ever-so-prestigious award celebrates the biggest telly talking points that hit our screens in 2018, but which one gets your vote? From Bodyguard, Doctor Who and Killing Eve to Coronation Street, Peter Kay’s Car Share and Queer Eye, vote now for a chance to win tickets to the 2019 Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards!
On the panel that helped select the Must-See Moment shortlist is writer, broadcaster and avid telly-watcher Caitlin Moran. Here, we catch up with the Caitlin to find out what her ideal night in front of the telly looks like.
Staying in-in with Virgin Media?
Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment Award celebrates the best TV that gets the nation planning big sofa sessions with friends and family – because staying in-in is the new going out-out.
Click the banner below to find out more about the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards 2019, and vote for your Must-See Moment of 2018 for your chance to win two red carpet tickets.
BAFTA competition: Promoter: Virgin Media Limited. Entrants must be aged 18+. UK residents only (excluding employees of the Promoter, their immediate family members and anyone professionally connected with this Promotion). Promotion closes at 17:00 pm, 1st May 2019 . 1 entry per household. Full T&Cs apply, see keepup.virginmedia.com/bafta/terms-and-conditions
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