Any Human Heart

Jim Broadbent wins Best Actor For Any Human Heart

The Royal Television Society Awards were held tonight, and Jim Broadbent won Best Actor (Male) for his role in Any Human Heart.Congratulations Jim!

Any Human Heart Nominated For Royal Television Society Awards

The shortlist nominations for the 2010 RTS Awards have been announced and Any Human Heart has been nominated for Best Drama Serial, while Jim Broadbent was nominated for Best Actor. the Awards will be presented at a ceremony on 15 March at the Grosvenor House Hotel.

Actor (Male)

Johnny Harris – This is England '86 A Warp Film for Channel 4

David Tennant – Single Father Red Productions for BBC One

Jim Broadbent – Any Human Heart Carnival Films for Channel 4

Drama Serial

Any Human Heart Carnival Films for Channel 4

This is England '86 A Warp Film for Channel 4

Five Daughters BBC Productions for BBC One

Final episode of Any Human Heart this Sunday on PBS

This Sunday the third and final episode of Any Human Heart will air on PBS' Masterpiece Classic. Check your local listings in the US.

In 1970s London, with its counter-culture and poverty, Logan is just barely surviving with the occasional freelance writing assignment and the help of his friend Ben, enduring petty humiliation at his literary agency until Gloria reenters his life.

Also, Any Human Heart will be released on DVD in the US on April 5, 2011.  You can pre-order it on Amazon.

Any Human Heart Nominated for Best Drama Series

The nominations for the 37th Broadcasting Press Guild Awards have been announced today, and Any Human Heart is competing against Sherlock and Downton Abbey for Best Drama Series.

Also, Tom Hollander has been nominated for Best Actor for both his role in Rev and Any Human Heart.

Best Actor
Hugh Bonneville, Downton Abbey (ITV1), The Silence (BBC One)
Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock (BBC One), Van Gogh: Painted with Words (BBC One)
Tom Hollander, Rev (BBC Two), Any Human Heart (Channel 4)

Best Drama Series
Any Human Heart (Channel 4)
Downton Abbey (ITV1)
Sherlock (BBC One)

The winners will be announced at the BPG Awards lunch at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane on Friday March 25th 2011

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