Nominations for the 2015 Rose d’Or Awards, to be presented at the British Museum in London on December 9, have been announced.
More than 400 programs – 377 television and 82 radio entries – were submitted for this year, which, according to organizers Eurovision, amounts to a record number of entries in the six categories that span TV, online video and radio.
“To have attracted a record number of entries for the second year in a row shows the prestige and the draw of the Rose d’Or Awards,” said Eurovision media director Jean Philip de Tender in a statement. “This means that the quality of the nominees this year is extremely high – not just in television but also in radio. It highlights the level of entertainment content that’s being produced across the industry.”
Nominations in categories covering unscripted, non-fiction and entertainment, with credits supplied by the Rose d’Or Awards, are as follows:
Monty Python: The Meaning of Live – Ian Johnson Publicity/UKTV (United Kingdom)
Our Gay Wedding: The Musical – Channel 4 (United Kingdom)
This is Opera: Turandot – TVE (Spain)
Reality & Factual Entertainment
Street Jungle – Media Ranch (Canada)
The Great British Bake Off - BBC (United Kingdom)
Who Cares? – Nice Entertainment Group (Sweden)
My Mom Cooks Better Than Yours – FremantleMedia Ltd (United Kingdom)
Sweden’s Greatest Know-It-All – Sveriges Television (Sweden)
Wild Things – Zodiak Media, IWC and Mad Monk Productions (United Kingdom)
Friendly Fire (Mein Bester Feind) – Endemol/Shine Germany GmbH (Germany)
The Graham Norton Show – BBC (United Kingdom)
The Museum – Nice Entertainment Group (Sweden)
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