Nominees announced for awards 2021 | 60 shows in the running

Nominees announced for awards 2021

60 shows in the running

Sixty TV and radio programmes have been shortlisted in this year's Awards.

All the shows - six each across ten categories - were chosen by a public vote form a longlist of 371 nominees, and the winners will be selected the same way.

Every shortlisted programme is also in the running for the top title of comedy of the year.

The ballot is now open, and will run until the end of Sunday  January 30.

Best New TV Sitcom 2021
Alma's Not Normal
Frank Of Ireland
Harry Hill's Lonely Island
The Cleaner
We Are Lady Parts

Best Returning TV Sitcom 2021
Stath Lets Flats
The Goes Wrong Show
This Time With Alan Partridge

Best Radio Sitcom 2021
Alexei Sayle's The Absence Of Normal
Conversations From A Long Marriage
Count Arthur Strong's Radio Show!
Ed Reardon's Week
Michael Spicer: Before Next Door
The Missing Hancocks

Best TV Sketch Show 2021
Class Dismissed
Horrible Histories
Spitting Image
The Emily Atack Show
The Stand Up Sketch Show

Best Radio Sketch Show 2021
Dead Ringers
Drop The Dead Panda
John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme
The Delightful Sausage On Staycations
The Skewer

Best TV Panel Show 2021
8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
Have I Got News For You
Mock The Week
Never Mind The Buzzcocks
Would I Lie To You?

Best Radio Panel Show 2021
Breaking The News
I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue
Just A Minute
The Museum Of Curiosity
The News Quiz
The Unbelievable Truth

Best TV Entertainment Show 2021
Friday Night Dinner: 10 Years And A Lovely Bit Of Squirrel
Joe Lycett's Got Your Back
Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing
The Graham Norton Show
The Last Leg

Best Radio Entertainment Show 2021
Mark Steel's In Town
Rosie Jones: Box Ticker
The Infinite Monkey Cage
The Now Show
The Tim Vine Chat Show
You're Dead To Me

Best TV Comedy Drama 2021
Back To Life
Feel Good
Inside No. 9
Sex Education
The Outlaws
Worzel Gummidge

Published: 17 Jan 2022

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