These are Going to Hurt, and The Responder are the leading nominations
With six nominations each for their respective categories, The Responder and It Is Going To Hurt led the field in his year’s Bafta TV Awards.
Martin Freeman and Ben Whishaw, respectively, are recognized for their roles in the BBC dramas.
Five nominations were received for Bad Sisters, The Crown and Slow Horses.
The ceremony will be held on Sunday 14th May, the same day that Liverpool hosts the Eurovision Song Contest.
The four-nominated shows include Am I Behaving Unreasonable? as well as three dramas that focus on boys – Top Boy (Somewhere Boy), Big Boys (Big Boys).
Sarah Lancashire, who portrays Julia Child, the US TV Chef in the HBO drama Julia, is nominated in acting categories.
Lancashire starred in Happy Valley also, but this was not broadcast recently enough to be eligible for the Baftas.
She will be up against Billie Piper, I Hate Suzie too, Imelda Stanton (The Crown), Kate Winslet(I Am Ruth), Maxine Peake and Vicky McClure for the title of leading actress.
Freeman and Whishaw are competing for the title of leading actor against Chaske Spencer (The English), Cillian Murry (Peaky Blinders), Gary Oldman, Taron Edgerton and Taron Wood (Black Bird).
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