Caitlin Moran

Caitlin Moran plays The Fame Game

Find out how showbiz the Virgin TV Ambassador really is

Has she met a royal? Does she watch herself on TV? We ask the writer the all-important questions...

Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards in 2018

She’s the outspoken author, critic and Virgin TV Ambassador with a razor-sharp wit and an eye for great telly. Well, she brought us the rip-roaring Channel 4 comedy Raised By Wolves, after all...


So it makes sense that Caitlin Moran sat on the panel for shortlisting this year’s Virgin TV Must-See Moment Award nominees. This special award – voted for by the public – recognises the TV moment of the year that got the nation talking. Last year, the snakes and iguanas from Planet Earth II slithered to victory as the very first recipients. So who will take to the stage at the Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards in 2018 on Sunday 13 May? You’ll have to wait (and vote!) and see. 


We caught up with Caitlin to find out what she makes of this year’s nominees...

She sure knows her stuff when it comes to cracking telly, but how much do you know about her? We get to know the funnywoman by challenging her to our showbiz quiz...


Caitlin Moran plays The Fame Game!

Can’t get enough TV?

Then get even more involved by voting for your Virgin TV Must-See Moment from 2017 at this year’s Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards and you could be in with a chance of winning tickets to the big night itself!


Virgin TV’s Must-See Moment will be presented at the ceremony on 13 May – and it’s the only award voted for by the public, celebrating the massive television moments that got the whole country talking last year! So, whether it made you laugh, shout, cry or grab your phone and start tweeting, vote now for your chance to win two tickets to be there too. Then share the love on social media with #MustSeeMoment #BAFTATV.

Find out even more about what’s going on at the Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards here.

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