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Blast! Films, Studio Lambert and Wall to Wall each have two shows in the running at this year’s RTS Programme Awards, with Boffola Pictures & Looking Point securing four nods for BBC1 comedy-drama Am I Being Unreasonable?.

Blast!’s Channel 4 series Jeremy Kyle Show: Death On Daytime is nominated for best documentary series, where it is up against Mongoose Pictures’ BBC series Big Oil vs The World and Haviland Digital/Mark Stewart Productions/Western Edge Pictures’ BBC Paul Gascoigne series Gazza.

Another Blast! Show, Sky Documentaries’ Italia 90: Four Weeks That Changed the World vies for best history doc with two BBC programmes: Wall to Wall’s Aids: The Unheard Tapes and The Garden’s Our Falklands War: A Frontline Story.

Wall to Wall also makes the single doc shortlist for Jonny Ashton’s C4 film Will Young: Losing My Twin Rupert (main picture), which is up against Chloe Fearweather’s Dying to Divorce (Dartmouth Films/Tigerlilly Films for Sky Documentaries) and Felicity Morris's Netflix hit The Tinder Swindler (Raw TV).

Meanwhile, Studio Lambert’s Gogglebox makes a regular appearance in formatted popular factual, and its breakout BBC1 format The Traitors faces two C4 shows in the entertainment category: Rumpus Media’s  Joe Lycett's Big Pride Party and Expectation TV/Momo G returner The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan. Host Claudia Winkleman is also in the running for an award.

Boffola’s Am I Being Unreasonable? makes the cut in the new comedy drama category, opposite Calamity Films’ Sky Max show Brassic and Clerkenwell Films’ short-form BBC1 series Cheaters. Its remaining three nominations are in the acting and breakthrough categories.

The BBC leads the way with 40 nominations in the 30 categories, followed by C4 with 20, ITV with 11 and Sky with nine.

The winners are announced on 28 March.

For a full list of nominees, click here

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