Steven Moffat, writer of Doctor Who and Sherlock

Moffat Receives Writing Nod for Sherlock

Sandwiched between nods for two star-studded BBC adaptations Steven Moffat has been nominated as Best Writer at this year’s British Academy Television Craft Awards for his work on Sherlock reports the Radio Times.

Steven Moffat, writer of Doctor Who and SherlockGreat Expectations – with a stellar cast including Ray Winston, Gillian Anderson, and David Suchet received seven nominations while the Abi Morgan adaptation of Birdsong (The Iron Lady scribe is also nominated in the Best Writer category) earned five nominations.

Sherlock is also up for gongs in both the editing and sound categories.

Doctor Who only received one nomination in the Visual Effects for The Mill.

The British Academy Television Craft Awards which recognises skills across 18 different categories, will take place at The Brewery, London on Sunday 13th May.

For a full list of nominations head over to the Radio Times site.


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