Britain’s Royal Television Society (RTS) has revealed the nominations for the 2017 RTS Television Journalism Awards, honoring the best in British journalism and current affairs.
This year’s nominations for best domestic current affairs program includes Hardcash Productions’ Exposure: Abused and Betrayed – A Life Sentence, made for ITV; Monster Films’ Interview with a Murderer (pictured) for Channel 4; and BBC Current Affairs Panorama: Teenage Prison Abuse Exposed for BBC One.
The nominees for best international current affairs program are ITN Productions’ Dispatches: Children on the Frontline, for Channel 4; Hardcash Productions’ Exposure: Saudi Arabia Uncovered for ITV; and BBC Current Affairs’ This World: Unarmed Black Male for BBC Two.
The awards ceremony will take place on March 1 at the London Hilton. Barbara Serra, a broadcast journalist and TV newsreader working on Al Jazeera English, will host.
A complete list of non-fiction nominees below:
Current Affairs – Home
Exposure: Abused and Betrayed – A Life Sentence — Hardcash Productions for ITV
Interview with a Murderer — ITN Productions / Monster Films for Channel 4
Panorama: Teenage Prison Abuse Exposed — BBC Current Affairs for BBC One
Current Affairs – International
Dispatches: Children on the Frontline – The Escape ITN Productions for Channel 4
Exposure: Saudi Arabia Uncovered — Hardcash Productions for ITV
This World: Unarmed Black Male — BBC Current Affairs for BBC Two
Nations and Regions Current Affairs
Broken Trust — BBC South for BBC One
Spotlight: The NAMA Tapes — Corruption and Cover Up BBC Northern Ireland
Week In Week Out: Learning How To Fake It — BBC Wales for BBC
The Independent Award
Desert Fire —The Guardian and Matter Out Of Place Ltd
Gun Nation — The Guardian and Wagon Trail Productions
The Last Flower Seller of Aleppo — Channel 4 News Hoodwink Productions for Channel 4
View a full list of nominees here.