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Posted on Tuesday 17 September 2013 by Harry Hill Fansite
You’ve Been Framed has reached the longlist for the National Television Awards 2014.
It is up against A Question Of Sport, Alan Carr: Chatty Man, All Star Family Fortunes, Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Big Brother, Big Star’s Little Star, Catchphrase, Celebrity Juice, Celebrity Mastermind, Have I Got News For You, I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, Off Their Rockers, Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, Pointless Celebrities, Room 101, Splash!, Surprise Surprise, Take Me Out, The Big Reunion, The Cube, The Graham Norton Show, The Jonathan Ross Show, The National Lottery: In It To Win It, The Only Way Is Essex, Through the Keyhole, Tipping Point: Lucky Stars, University Challenge, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? and Would I Lie To You? in the Entertainment Programme category.
The awards will again be hosted by Dermot O’Leary and take place at The O2 on 22nd January 2014.
Posted on Thursday 7 March 2013 by Harry Hill Fansite
Loaded LAFTAs 2013
Harry Hill has come out as the winner in this year’s Loaded LAFTAs.
He has won Best Male Comedian, beating off competition from Frankie Boyle, Jason Manford, Micky Flanagan and Sean Lock.
The awards celebrated their 10th anniversary with the ceremony earlier today at London’s Sway Restaurant and Bar hosted by Soccer AM resenters Max Rushden and Helen Chamberlain. Amongst the other winners were comedy pal Al Murray, The X Factor’s Rylan Clark, Keith Lemon, Angelos
On the awards, Loaded Editor Ian Edmondson said:
This year’s been the best yet. The atmosphere in the room was amazing; everyone was there to have a good time and to really celebrate the last ten years of a fun, relaxed awards ceremony which rejoices in the comedy industry.
If you missed Harry’s interview in the Observer, you can view it here. The Observer have also featured the photo from Richard Saker in their January photo review, with Richard talking about Harry getting into character for the inventive photo.
Michelin Microwave has reviewed Harry’s Nuts Crunchy Peanut Butter and A-N has reviewed the TV Burp art exhibition.
It appears that Matt Lucas has seen one of the workshops for The X Factor musical, commenting as follows on Twitter:
I've just watched an amazing workshop performance of a new musical written by Harry Hill & Steve Brown about The X Factor. Truly hilarious.— Matt Lucas (@RealMattLucas) January 25, 2013
Posted on Wednesday 9 January 2013 by Harry Hill Fansite
Comedy.co.uk 2012 Awards
It’s that time of year again! Top comedy website Comedy.co.uk are doing their awards for the last year in the world of comedy.
Voting is now open for the biggest poll of comedy fans, with the opportunity to pick your best and worst comedy from every single programme on TV and radio last year. Importantly, it is 100% public voting, allowing you, the audience, to have your say!
Nominated in the highly competitive TV Entertainment Show category alongside Whatever Happened To Harry Hill?, TV Burp has consistently rated highly in the awards, finishing 3rd last year. However, in the show’s last year, it would be great to come out top – so get voting! Make sure you vote by Friday 18th January.
Posted on Wednesday 12 December 2012 by Harry Hill Fansite
TV Burp has walked away with a British Comedy Award in its last year.
It beat off competition from Alan Carr Chatty Man, Celebrity Juice and The Graham Norton Show to come out victorious in the Best Comedy Entertainment Programme. Collecting the award on Harry Hill’s behalf, who was doing warm up dates for his upcoming tour, was the TV Burp team, Heather and Knitted.
You can listen to the TV Burp team talk about winning below:
However, Harry himself didn’t have a good night, with him losing out to Charlie Brooker in Best Comedy Entertainment Personality and Lee Mack for Best Male Television Comic.
Posted on Wednesday 12 December 2012 by Harry Hill Fansite
British Comedy Awards 2012
It’s the British Comedy Awards tonight on Channel 4.
Harry Hill is up for three awards, with this being the seventh year in a row that he has nominated. TV Burp is up for Best Comedy Entertainment Programme and Harry is nominated for Best Comedy Entertainment Personality and Best Male Television Comic.
The show is on from 9pm tonight.
The Guardian has suggested that Harry’s omission from the King or Queen of Comedy could suggest that he is going to get a lifetime achievement award. Whilst it may be a timely award after the end of TV Burp, Harry got the same nominations plus This Is Jinsy last year and didn’t get a single win.
Also, to celebrate both 75th anniversary of the Beano Annual, a special limited edition version with a special cover has been produced for the awards, featuring a number of comedians nominated tonight, which sees the return of Harry Hill from The Dandy!
Editor in Chief of The Beano, Mike Stirling, has said:
I wonder how many of this year’s British Comedy Award winners were inspired to become comics after reading The Beano, the World’s funniest comic? I hope The Beano continues to be the first stop for jokes, laughs and pranks for the next generation of British Comedy Award winners too!
Posted on Sunday 2 December 2012 by Harry Hill Fansite
Harry Hill has received three nominations in this year’s British Comedy Awards, marking the seven year in a row that he has nominated.
In its last series, TV Burp is up against Alan Carr Chatty Man, Celebrity Juice and The Graham Norton Show in Best Comedy Entertainment Programme.
Harry has been nominated for TV Burp in Best Comedy Entertainment Personality against Charlie Brooker for 2011 Wipe, Graham Norton for The Graham Norton Show and Stephen Fry for QI.
Finally, Harry is up for TV Burp again in Best Male Television Comic against David Mitchell and Lee Mack for Would I Lie To You? and Sean Lock for 8 Out Of 10 Cats.
On his nominations, Harry has said:
I am thrilled that my personality has been deemed entertaining enough to be nominated for a British Comedy Award, particularly in this, the last year of TV Burp, and when I next see it I will be certain to let it know. It would be the icing on the cake if it won – but no pressure.
The awards show is on a week Wednesday (12th) at 9pm on Channel 4.