The Call Centre in the running for top TV awards
Having already won an award for Best Reality Non-Competition show at the National Reality TV Awards this week, the BBC3 series 'The Call Centre' is in the running for a coveted award at the National Television Awards 2014.
By: Save Britain Money
With all winners determined by public vote, viewers are asked to pledge their votes by 11th October in a selection of categories which include Best Serial Drama, Best Talent Show and Best Entertainment Presenter.
Amongst the categories for 2014, 'The Call Centre' will be competing for Best Documentary Series against a long list of nominations which include Africa, Inside Claridge’s My Big Fat Gypsy Valentine and Paul O'Grady's Working Britain. Last year the award was handed to David Attenborough’
Attended by well-established and much loved characters from a vast selection of television programmes, previous winners include Coronation Street, Downton Abbey, Ant and Dec and Strictly Come Dancing.
The event will be broadcast live on ITV on the 22nd January from the O2 Arena and host Dermot O’Leary will have the enviable task of announcing the winners.
Nev said of the nomination. “It was a real honour to win an NRTA award this week and to find out that we have been nominated at the National Television Awards is incredible.”
“We have been nominated within a long list for best documentary series and I am hoping that the public will vote for us again. We are up against some stiff competition but you never know.”
“It never ceases to amaze me just how popular ‘The Call Centre’ series was. It's incredible that over 4 million people watched the first episode. I can only imagine that our daily sing songs and rather unique characters went a long way to capturing the interest of so many people.”
To vote in the National Television Awards visit www.nationaltvawards.com.