Congratulations to children’s dramas Wolfblood and The Dumping Ground, both shot on location in the North East of England, which have secured a raft of nominations for this year’s prestigious British Academy Children's Awards, run by The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (Bafta).
Wolfblood, CBBC's show about the teenagers who lead double lives as humans and wolfbloods, leads the field with four nominations in total in a field comprising the nation’s top children's TV shows, films, games and presenters. Wolfblood is nominated for Best Drama, Best Performance – with co-stars Aimee Kelly and Bobby Lockwood both receiving nominations, Best Writer (Debbie Moon). The Dumping Ground received a nomination in the coveted Best Drama category.
Both Wolfblood and The Dumping Ground are also up for the Best Television award in the BAFTA Kids' Vote Top 10s. Viewers can support their favoutie programmes by clicking here. Voting closes at 6pm on Friday 22 November.
The winners of all the categories will be announced on Sunday 24 November.
For more on the British Academy Children's Awards click here.