BAFTA


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BAFTA

(ˈbæftə)
n acronym for
(Film) British Academy of Film and Television Arts
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He has appeared in numerous Welsh language productions including the soap Rownd a Rownd and Treflan, and won the 2006 Bafta Cymru for his work on the light drama Cowbois ac Injans.
Sian Lloyd at the Bafta Cymru Awards in Cardiff 1997
Mr Leigh's most recent award was a BAFTA academy Fellowship 2015.
For the second year in a row, the Wrexham institution supported the Games and Interactive Experience prize at the BAFTA Cymru Games Awards 2015 in Cardiff City Hall.
She had already won a Scottish BAFTA for the role - and beat off competition from big names, including Kathy Burke and Miranda Richardson, to take the UK award.
Mum-of-two Amanda, who has been on BGT since it started eight years ago, claimed snooty Bafta judges had a BBC bias and ignored her show's popular appeal.
Mum-of-two Amanda, who has been on BGT since it started eight years ago, claims snooty Bafta judges had a BBC bias and ignored her show's popular appeal.
Gary Speed @owensheers Congratulations to Sharon Morgan for Bafta Cymru best actress award for her performance in Resistance.
Both the Bafta members and jurors had their work cut out.
The Bafta shortlist has been announced at Bafta in Piccadilly by Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, Great Expectations actress Holliday Grainger and Bafta chairman Tim Corrie.
I'd like to make a public apology to Mr Douglas, to his friends and to Bafta for my offensive and stupid comments.