BAFTA TV AWARDS: PRESENTERS AND GUESTS REVEALED AHEAD OF 2022 CEREMONY
BAFTA has confirmed the nominees and presenters who will be at London’s Royal Festival Hall for this Sunday’s Virgin Media BAFTA TV Awards.
A host of stars will walk the red carpet before taking their seat for television’s biggest event of the year, hosted by Richard Ayoade, which will broadcast at 6pm BST on Sunday on BBC One, BBC One HD and BBC iPlayer.
Adjana Vasan, Alison Hammond, Ant & Dec, Big Zuu, cast of It’s A Sin, Dermot O’Leary, Emily Mortimer, Emily Watson, Giovanni Pernice, Jodie Comer, Judi Love, Mo Gilligan,Nicola Coughlan, Rose Ayling-Ellis, Sharon Horgan, Stephen Graham, Steve McQueen, and Suranne Jones, amongst those confirmed to attend star-studded event.
Presenters to include Aimee Lou Wood, Camille Cottin, Chris McCausland, Helen George, Joe Locke, Katie Piper, Lee Mack, Lennie James, Lorraine Kelly, Martin Freeman, Michelle Keegan, Munya Chawawa, Ncuti Gatwa, Olivia Colman, Rochelle Humes, Ross Kemp, Suranne Jones, Tom Daley and Yung Filly.
The Virgin Media BAFTA TV Awards is the highlight of the British television calendar, recognising the incredible quality and variety of television enjoyed in 2021, with shows such as It’s A Sin, We Are Lady Parts, Landscapers, Help and Time leading the nominations.
Coverage will begin on BAFTA’s social channels from 2pm BST hosted by Sam Thompson, Zeze Millz and Vick Hope, bringing viewers even closer to the action. As previously announced, multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter George Ezra will open the red-carpet with a performance of his new single ‘Green Green Grass’ on the red carpet as a BBC One exclusive.