List of awards and nominations received by Holby City

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List of awards and nominations received by Holby City
A sign for Holby City Hospital.

The show's hospital set at BBC Elstree Centre in Borehamwood

Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 14 174
References

Holby City is a British medical drama television series that has been broadcast on BBC One since 12 January 1999.[1] The series was created by Tony McHale and Mal Young as a spin-off from the BBC medical drama Casualty, which is set in the emergency department of the fictional Holby City Hospital, based in the equally fictitious town of Holby.[2][3] Young wanted to explore what happened to patients treated in Casualty once they were taken away to the hospital's surgical wards.[4] He opined that Casualty limited itself to "accident of the week" storylines, while Holby City allowed the possibility of storylines about long-term care, rather than immediate life-and-death decisions.[5]

Holby City has earned various awards and nominations, with the nominations in categories ranging from Best Drama to its writing and editing work to the cast's acting performance. It received nominations for seven awards from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTAs), winning the Best Continuing Drama in the 2008 British Academy Television Awards — an award for which it was unsuccessfully nominated in for three years prior to winning and three years after winning. Despite being the most shortlisted Holby City actress, Amanda Mealing (who portrayed Connie Beauchamp) did not win any awards. Jimmy Akingbola was the most acclaimed actor from the series, winning two awards for his role as Antoine Malick. Rebecca Wojciechowski is the only member of the show's production team to win an accolade; she won a Writers' Guild of Great Britain award in 2015. The serial has also been nominated for 32 awards at the National Television Awards, although it has never won.

Awards and nominations

BBC Drama Awards

Noah Huntley (pictured), who portrayed Will Curtis, came nineteenth in the "Best Actor" category and eighteenth in the "Most Desirable Drama Star" in 2004.

The BBC Drama Awards were an online award ceremony organised by BBC Online and voted by BBC Online users to celebrate a year in BBC television and media.[6] Holby City has received 36 nominations from the awards.

Year Category Nominee Result
2002 Best Drama[7] Holby City 19th
Hunkiest Male[8] Jeremy Sheffield as Alex Adams 13th
2003 Best Drama[9] Holby City 13th
Best Actor[10] Art Malik as Zubin Khan 24th
Jeremy Sheffield as Alex Adams 22nd
Best Actress[11] Laura Sadler as Sandy Harper 27th
Rachel Leskovac as Kelly Yorke 25th
Tina Hobley as Chrissie Williams 19th
Patricia Potter as Diane Lloyd 18th
Best Villain[12] Kelly Yorke (played by Rachel Leskovac) 11th
2004 Best Drama[13] Holby City 5th
Best Actor[14] Hugh Quarshie as Ric Griffin 23rd
Noah Huntley as Will Curtis 19th
Art Malik as Zubin Khan 13th
Best Actress[15] Patricia Potter as Diane Lloyd 19th
Verona Joseph as Jess Griffin 11th
Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp 7th
Most Desirable Drama Star[16] 18th
Noah Huntley as Will Curtis 18th
Art Malik as Zubin Khan 13th
2005 Best Drama[17] Holby City 6th
Best Actor[18] Art Malik as Zubin Khan 26th
Hugh Quarshie as Ric Griffin 22nd
Best Actress[19] Verona Joseph as Jess Griffin 29th
Patricia Potter as Diane Lloyd 29th
Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp 6th
2006 Best Drama[20] Holby City 5th
Best Actor[21] Paul Bradley as Elliot Hope 20th
Luke Roberts as Joseph Byrne 19th
Tom Chambers as Sam Strachan 11th
Best Actress[22] Patricia Potter as Diane Lloyd 15th
Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp 4th

British Academy Television Awards

Established in 1955, the British Academy Television Awards (BAFTAs) were created by the charity British Academy of Film and Television Arts to recognise accomplishments in television.[23] Holby City has received one award from seven nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2004 Best Continuing Drama[24] Mal Young, Kathleen Hutchison Nominated
2005 Best Continuing Drama[25] Production team Nominated
2006 Best Continuing Drama[26] Nominated
2008 Best Continuing Drama[27] Won
2012 Best Soap and Continuing Drama[28] Nominated
2014 Best Soap and Continuing Drama[29] Nominated
2016 Best Soap and Continuing Drama[30] Oliver Kent, Simon Harper, Kate Hall, Joe Ainsworth Nominated

Broadcast Awards

The Broadcast Awards, which were created by Broadcast magazine, honour accomplishments in the UK television programming industry.[31] Holby City has received seven nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2011 Best Soap/Continuing Drama[32] Holby City Nominated
2012 Best Soap/Continuing Drama[33] Nominated
2013 Best Soap/Continuing Drama[34] Nominated
2014 Best Soap/Continuing Drama[35] Nominated
2015 Best Soap/Continuing Drama[36] Nominated
2016 Best Soap/Continuing Drama[37] Nominated
2017 Best Soap/Continuing Drama[38] Nominated
2018 Best Soap/Continuing Drama[39] Nominated

Ethnic Multicultural Media Awards

The Ethnic Multicultural Media Awards (EMMAs) were created to promote diversity within the media industry by recognising accomplishments in the multicultural community.[40] Holby City has received two awards from four nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2000 Best Actress[41] Angela Griffin as Jasmine Hopkins Won
2002 Best TV Actress[42] Nominated
Thusitha Jayasundera as Tash Bandara Nominated
2004 Best TV Actor[43] Art Malik as Zubin Khan Won

Inside Soap Awards

The Inside Soap Awards are presented annually by Inside Soap magazine and acknowledge achievements in British and Australian soap operas.[44] Holby City has received one award from 25 nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2004 Best Drama[45] Holby City Nominated
2006 Best Drama[46] Nominated
2007 Best Drama[47] Nominated
2008 Best Drama[48] Nominated
2009 Best Drama[49] Nominated
2010 Best Drama[50] Nominated
2011 Best Drama[51] Nominated
2012 Best Drama[52] Nominated
2013 Best Drama[53] Nominated
2014 Best Drama[54] Nominated
2015 Best Drama[55] Nominated
2016 Best Drama Star[56][57] David Ames as Dominic Copeland Shortlisted
Rob Ostlere as Arthur Digby Shortlisted
Camilla Arfwedson as Zosia March Longlisted
Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Longlisted
Best Drama Storyline[56][57] Arthur's death Won
Fletch saves the day! Shortlisted
Zosia and Ollie's romance Longlisted
2017 Best Drama Star[58][59][60] Chizzy Akudolu as Mo Effanga Longlisted
David Ames as Dominic Copeland Shortlisted
Camilla Arfwedson as Zosia March Longlisted
Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Longlisted
Best Drama Storyline[58][59][60] Dom's abuse Shortlisted
Jasmine's death Longlisted
Mo and Mr T's relationship Longlisted

Music Video and Screen Awards

Recognising the talent and achievement of ethnic minorities, the Music Video and Screen Awards have been presented annually at the Birmingham Black International Film Festival since 2007.[61] Holby City has won three awards from three nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2011 Best Actor in TV[62] Jimmy Akingbola as Antoine Malick Won
Best Drama[62] Holby City Won
2016 Best Long Running Drama[63] Holby City Won

National Television Awards

Introduced in 1995, the National Television Awards are designed to award achievements within British television.[64] Holby City has received 32 nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2003 Most Popular Newcomer[65] Rocky Marshall as Ed Keating Longlisted
Most Popular Actress[65] Tina Hobley as Chrissie Williams Longlisted
Most Popular Actor[65] Jeremy Sheffield as Alex Adams Longlisted
Most Popular Drama[65] Holby City Longlisted
2005 Most Popular Newcomer[66] Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp Shortlisted
2006 Most Popular Newcomer[67] Luke Roberts as Joseph Byrne Longlisted
Most Popular Actress[67] Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp Longlisted
Most Popular Actor[67] Michael French as Nick Jordan Longlisted
Most Popular Drama[67] Holby City Longlisted
2010 Best Drama Performance[68] Hari Dhillon as Michael Spence Longlisted
Best Drama Performance[69] Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp Longlisted
Best Drama[69] Holby City Longlisted
2011 Best Drama[70] Longlisted
Best Drama Performance[70] Luke Roberts as Joseph Byrne Longlisted
Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Longlisted
Best Newcomer[71] Olga Fedori as Frieda Petrenko Shortlisted
2012 Best Drama[72] Holby City Longlisted
Best Male Drama Performance[72] Guy Henry as Henrik Hanssen Longlisted
Best Female Drama Performance[72] Laila Rouass as Sahira Shah Longlisted
Best Newcomer[72] Jimmy Akingbola as Antoine Malick Longlisted
2013 Best Drama[73] Holby City Longlisted
Best Male Drama Performance[73] Guy Henry as Henrik Hanssen Longlisted
Best Female Drama Performance[73] Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Longlisted
Best Newcomer[73] Chizzy Akudolu as Mo Effanga Longlisted
2014 Best Drama[74] Holby City Longlisted
Best Drama Performance[74] Guy Henry as Henrik Hanssen Longlisted
Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Longlisted
Best Newcomer[74] Rob Ostlere as Arthur Digby Longlisted
2015 Best Drama[75] Holby City Longlisted
Best Drama Performance[75] Paul Bradley as Elliot Hope Longlisted
Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Longlisted
Best Newcomer[75] Camilla Arfwedson as Zosia March Longlisted

Royal Television Society Awards

Organised by the Royal Television Society, the Royal Television Society Awards are presented annually and award based on achievements in television programming and programme production amongst others.[76][77] Holby City has received four nominations.

Year Award ceremony Category Nominee Result
2000 Craft and Design Awards Best Graphic Design – Titles[78] Sean De Sparengo, Richard Gort Nominated
2007 Programme Awards Soap and Continuing Drama[79] Holby City Nominated
2008 Soap and Continuing Drama[80] Nominated
2018 Soap and Continuing Drama[81] Nominated

Screen Nation Film and Television Awards

Rebecca Wester actress Larissa Wilson (pictured) was nominated in the "Young Shooting Star (16–23)" category at the 2011 award ceremony.

The Screen Nation Film and Television Awards are presented annually and were designed as a platform to raise the profile of black British and international film and television talent of African heritage.[82] Holby City has received four awards from 21 nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2005 Emerging Talent[83] Jaye Jacobs as Donna Jackson Won
2006 Female Performance in TV[84] Rakie Ayola as Kyla Tyson Nominated
Male Performance in TV[85] Hugh Quarshie as Ric Griffin Nominated
2007 Female Performance in TV[86] Sharon D. Clarke as Lola Griffin Won
Female Performance in TV[87] Ginny Holder as Thandie Abebe Nominated
Male Performance in TV[87] Roger Griffiths as Harvey Tyson Nominated
2009 Favourite Female TV Star[88] Jaye Jacobs as Donna Jackson Nominated
Favourite Male TV Star[89] Hugh Quarshie as Ric Griffin Won
Female Performance in TV[88] Rakie Ayola as Kyla Tyson Nominated
Diversity in Drama Production[88] Holby City Nominated
2011 Emerging Talent[90] La Charné Jolly as Elizabeth Tait Won
Young Shooting Star (16–23)[91] Larissa Wilson as Rebecca Webster Nominated
Female Performance in TV[91] Ginny Holder as Thandie Abebe Nominated
Male Performance in TV[91] Jimmy Akingbola as Antoine Malick Nominated
2012 Diversity in Drama Production[92] Holby City Nominated
Emerging Talent and Young Shooting Star[92] Chizzy Akudolu as Mo Effanga Nominated
2015 Diversity in Drama Production[93] Holby City Nominated
Female Performance in TV[93] Petra Letang as Adele Effanga Nominated
Male Performance in TV[93] Don Gilet as Jesse Law Nominated
2016 Rising Star[94] Eleanor Fanyinka as Morven Shreve Nominated
Male Performance in TV[94] Geff Francis as Clifford George Nominated

TV Choice Awards

Patsy Kensit (pictured) was nominated in the "Best Actress" category at the 2007 awards for her role as Faye Morton.

The TV Choice Awards are presented annually by TV Choice magazine and are voted for by the public.[95] Holby City has received 28 nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2001 Best Actor[96] George Irving as Anton Meyer Nominated
Best Loved Drama[96] Holby City Nominated
2002 Best Actor[97] George Irving as Anton Meyer Nominated
Best Loved Drama[97] Holby City Nominated
2004 Best Actor[98] Hugh Quarshie as Ric Griffin Nominated
Best Loved Drama[98] Holby City Nominated
2005 Best Actor[99] Art Malik as Zubin Khan Nominated
Best Actress[99] Sharon Maughan as Tricia Williams Nominated
Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp Nominated
Best Loved Drama[99] Holby City Nominated
2007 Best Actor[100] Paul Bradley as Elliot Hope Nominated
Luke Roberts as Joseph Byrne Nominated
Best Actress[100] Patsy Kensit as Faye Morton Nominated
Amanda Mealing as Connie Beauchamp Nominated
Best Loved Drama Series[100] Holby City Nominated
2011 Best Actress[101] Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Longlisted
Best Actor[101] Duncan Pow as Linden Cullen Longlisted
Best Family Drama[101] Holby City Longlisted
2012 Best Actor[102] Guy Henry as Henrik Hanssen Longlisted
Best Family Drama[102] Holby City Longlisted
2013 Best Actress[103] Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Longlisted
Best Family Drama[103] Holby City Longlisted
2015 Best Actress[104] Catherine Russell as Serena Campbell Longlisted
Best Actor[104] Alex Walkinshaw as Adrian "Fletch" Fletcher Longlisted
Best Family Drama[105] Holby City Shortlisted
2017 Best Actress[106] Camilla Arfwedson as Zosia March Longlisted
Best Actor[106] David Ames as Dominic Copeland Longlisted
Best Family Drama[106] Holby City Longlisted
2018 Best Actress[107] Rosie Marcel as Jac Naylor Pending
Best Actor[107] Guy Henry as Henrik Hanssen Pending
Best Family Drama[107] Holby City Pending

Writers' Guild of Great Britain Awards

Recognising accomplishments in television writing, the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Awards have been presented annually by the Writers' Guild of Great Britain since 1961.[108] Holby City has won one award from four nominations.

Year Category Nominee Result
2010 Best Television Continuing Drama[109] Tony McHale, Justin Young, Mark Catley, Graham Mitchell, Dana Fainaru, Martha Hillier, Chris Murray, David Lawrence, Veronica Henry, Peter Lloyd, Joe Ainsworth, Abi Bown, Andrew Holden, Ian Kershaw, Sebastian Baczkiewicz, Rob Williams, Al Smith, Claire Bennett, Jake Riddell, Nick Warburton, Sonali Bhattacharyya, Rebecca Wojciechowski, Tom Bidwell, Dan Sefton, Paul Mari, Nick Fisher and Sally Abbott. Shortlisted
2013 Best Television Continuing Drama[110] Holby City Shortlisted
2015 Best Long Running TV Series[111] "Self Control" – Rebecca Wojciechowski Won
2016 Best Long Running TV Series[112] "At First I was Afraid" – Julia Gilbert Nominated
2018 Best Long Running TV Series[113] "Rocket Man" – Peter Mattessi Won

Other

Year Award ceremony Category Nominee Result
2003 British Academy Television Craft Awards Best New Director – Fiction[114] Minkie Spiro Nominated
2008 Digital Spy Soap Awards Best Serial Drama[115] Holby City Nominated
2009 British Academy Scotland Awards Acting Performance in TV (Female)[115] Stella Gonet as Jayne Grayson Nominated
2011 BEFFTA Awards Best TV Actor[116] Jimmy Akingbola as Antoine Malick Won
2012 Radio Times Creative Diversity Network Soap Award Best Soap Storyline[117] Episode: 24 July 2012 Nominated
2014 Creative Diversity Awards Achievement in Production[118] Holby City Nominated
2015 Mind Media Awards Soaps and Continuing Series[119] Zosia's bipolar storyline Nominated

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