Rose d’Or announces nominees

Programs nominated for the 52nd Rose d'Or Awards, to be held in Brussels on May 30, include Make Bradford British and game show Oh Sit!
April 26, 2013

Channel 4′s Make Bradford British and U.S. game show Oh Sit! are among the nominees for the 52nd Rose d’Or Awards, to be held in Brussels on May 30.

Nominees in the categories of game show, reality & factual entertainment, sitcom, comedy, entertainment, and arts originate from around the world, with the UK most represented, with 10 programs nominated.

Unscripted and non-fiction nominees are as follows:

Game Show:

Oh Sit! – The Gurin Company, 405 Productions, Raquel Productions, Warner Horizon for The CW (U.S.)

Joko against Klaas: The Duel around the World – Endemol Deutschland /Florida TV GmbH for ProSieben (Germany)

Smart Face – Dori Media/Producciones Mandarina for Cuatro (Spain)

Reality and Factual Entertainment:

Derren Brown: Apocalypse Part 1 – Objective Productions for Channel 4 (UK)

Make Bradford British – Love Productions for Channel 4 (UK)

Jobs Without Frontiers – Sputnik Media for Eén (Belgium)


Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender – Eagle Rock Entertainment for the British Broadcasting Corporation (UK)

London : The Modern Babylon – BBC Films/BFI/Nitrate Film for the British Broadcasting Corporation (UK)

Just Ballet – Seven Film- und Postproduction GmbH for ZDF/3SAT (Austria)

For a full list of nominees click here.


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