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Netflix dramas The Crown and Demon 79 lead this year’s Bafta TV and Craft Awards, with 15 nominations between them.

As well as four acting nominations, the final series of Left Bank’s The Crown has four craft nominations: costume design, make up and hair design, sound (fiction) and special, visual and graphic effects.

The Black Mirror episode Demon 79’s seven nods include costume design, production design, scripted casting and photography and lighting (fiction).

In unscripted, BBC2’s Once Upon a Time in Northern Ireland and BBC1’s Eurovision coverage each have four nominations.

Keo Films/Walk on Air Films’ Northern Ireland series is in the running for factual series, opposite Wonderhood Studios’ Channel 4 series Evacuation and two Sky shows: Blast! Films’ Dublin Narcos and Mindhouse Productions’ Lockerbie.

Once Upon a Time in Northern Ireland is also up for directing, editing and music in the factual categories.

The tally for BBC Studios’ broadcast of Liverpool’s staging of the 2023 Eurovision includes entertainment craft team, live event coverage and multi-camera direction.

This year’s crop of factual emerging talent are all directors: Ben Cheetham (Pete Doherty, Who Killed My Son?, Channel 4), Fola Evans-Akingbola and Jordan Pitt (Untold Stories: Hair on Set, Sky), Fred Scott (London Bridge: Facing Terror, Channel 4).

In fiction meanwhile, director Haolu Wang (Bodies, Netflix) faces three comedy writers: Kat Sadler (Such Brave Girls, BBC3), Mawaan Rizwan (Juice, BBC3) and Andrew Bogle (Kirkmoore,  ITVX).

Sadler and Rizwan have also scored writer nominations, while Such Brave Girls is in the running for best comedy and Rizwan has an acting nomination for his lead role in Juice.

The Bafta TV Craft Awards take place on 28 April, with the TV Awards following on 14 May.

For a full list of nominees, click here

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