Taking place on April 27 in London, the BAFTA’s Television Craft Awards don’t get enough centre stage attention, considering the talent and familiar faces that will attend. Up for a double nomination this year is Graham Linehan in the Best Comedy Writer category, for his work as co-writer (with Steve Delaney) on Count Arthur Strong and his work on The IT Crowd. Also joining him in the category are Sam Bain (Peep Show), Jesse Armstrong and Tom Basden (Fresh Meat) and James Corden and Mathew Baynton (The Wrong Mans).
Production designer Geraghty is nominated for his work on BBC’s production Ripper Street, the Victorian crime-drama shot in Dublin. Also shortlisted are Grant Montgomery (Peaky Blinders), John Stevenson (Burton and Taylor) and Catrin Meredydd (Broadchurch).
Conroy, a camera operator, is nominated for his work on Luther in the section Best Photography and Lighting. He is joined by George Steel (Peaky Blinders), Ashley Rowe (Dancing on the Edge) and Ole Birkeland (Utopia).