Peppa Pig, Gumball Win BAFTA Honors
Other successes on the night included CBBC winning the prestigious Channel of the Year award; SpongeBob SquarePants’ second win in the International category; Roy winning the BAFTA for Drama; My Life: Me, My Dad and His Kidney for Factual; Nightmare High for Interactive; Seeking Refuge for Learning – Primary; L8R Youngers 2 for Learning – Secondary; Share A Story 2011 for Short Form; and Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure for Video Game. Blue-Zoo Productions, the company whose credits include Tree Fu Tom, Olive The Ostrich, Those Scurvy Rascals and Alphablocks, picked up its first BAFTA for Independent Production Company.
Exclusive red carpet highlights, backstage interviews with the winners, ceremony highlights and photography will be published after the ceremony on www.bafta.org/awards/childrens and www.baftakidsvote.org .
The British Academy Children’s Awards represent all aspects of children’s entertainment: Animation, Channel of the Year, Comedy, Drama, Entertainment, Factual, Feature Film, Independent Production Company, Interactive, International, Learning–Primary, Learning–Secondary, Performer, Pre-school Animation, Pre-school Live Action, Presenter, Short Form, Video Game and Writer.