Due to coronavirus restrictions, this year’s BAFTA TV awards will be taking place virtually. There will be no red carpet or public audience to comply with coronavirus protection guidelines. Instead the show will be hosted from a closed studio, and all nominees have recorded winning speeches in advance. The awards were originally supposed to take place on 17 May, but were postponed because of the pandemic. They’ll instead take place tonight, entirely behind closed doors. Here’s how you can watch, and what to expect: What time are the BAFTA awards on TV? Viewers will be able to watch the 2020 BAFTA award ceremony on BBC One at 7pm tonight (Friday 31 July). It will also stream live on BBC iPlayer at the same time. A BAFTAs pre-show live stream will be airing from 6pm. This will replace the usual coverage of the red carpet. Who is hosting the show? This year TV presenter Richard Ayoade will be hosting the show, after taking over from Graham Norton. Ayoade is best known for his role in the popular comedy The IT Crowd, which first aired back in 2006 and earned him his own BAFTA. Who are this year’s nominees? Netflix ‘s royal… Read full this story
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