Bafta TV awards 2014: Nominations in full

Channel 4's 'The IT Crowd' and 'Southcliffe' lead the nominations

Channel 4's Southcliffe and The IT Crowd have notched up the most nominations ahead of the Bafta TV awards, leading with four nods each.

Scroll to see the nominees in full

Hit miniseries Southcliffe's Sean Harris and Rory Kinnear are up for Leading Actor and Supporting Actor respectively, while The IT Crowd's Richard Ayoade and Chis O'Dowd are nominated for Male Performance in a Comedy Programme.

Popular ITV show Broadchurch has three nominations, for Drama Series, Leading Actress (Olivia Colman, who played DS Ellie Miller) and Supporting Actor (David Bradley, who played Jack Marshall).

Peter Moffat's BBC series The Village also earned three nods, with other notable nominees including My Mad Fat Diary, Top of the Lake, Ripper Street and the Doctor Who anniversary special, An Adventure in Space and Time.

Sarah Lancashire and Nicola Walker are nominated for Last Tango in Halifax, while Dominic West and Helena Bonham Carter are in the race for their roles in Burton and Taylor.

The International category includes Breaking Bad, House of Cards, Borgen and The Returned.

Channel 4 has received its most Bafta nominations to date.

Bafta TV awards nominations in full

Leading Actor

Jamie Dornan - The Fall

Sean Harris - Southcliffe

Luke Newberry - In The Flesh

Dominic West - Burton And Taylor

Leading Actress

Helena Bonham Carter - Burton And Taylor

Olivia Colman - Broadchurch

Kerrie Hayes - The Mill

Maxine Peake - The Village

Supporting Actor

David Bradley - Broadchurch

Jerome Flynn - Ripper Street

Nico Mirallegro - The Village

Rory Kinnear - Southcliffe

Supporting Actress

Shirley Henderson - Southcliffe

Sarah Lancashire - Last Tango In Halifax

Claire Rushbrook - My Mad Fat Diary

Nicola Walker - Last Tango In Halifax

Entertainment Performance

Ant and Dec - Ant And Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Charlie Brooker - 10 O'Clock Live

Sarah Millican - The Sarah Millican Television Programme

Graham Norton - The Graham Norton Show

Female Performance in a Comedy Programme

Frances de la Tour - Vicious

Kerry Howard - Him And Her: The Wedding

Doon Mackichan - Plebs

Katherine Parkinson - The IT Crowd

Male Performance in a Comedy Programme

Richard Ayoade - The IT Crowd

Mathew Baynton - The Wrong Mans

James Corden - The Wrong Mans

Chris O'Dowd - The IT Crowd

Drama Series

Broadchurch

My Mad Fat Diary

Top Of The Lake

The Village

Single Drama

An Adventure In Space And Time

Black Mirror: Be Right Back

Complicit

The Wipers Times

Soap and Continuing Drama

Casualty

Coronation Street

EastEnders

Holby City

Mini-Series

The Fall

The Great Train Robbery

In The Flesh

Southcliffe

International

Borgen

Breaking Bad

House Of Cards

The Returned

Factual Series

Bedlam

Educating Yorkshire

Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS In A Day

The Route Masters: Running London's Roads

Specialist Factual

David Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive

Martin Luther King And The March On Washington

Richard III: The King In The Car Park

Story Of The Jews

Single Documentary

28 Up South Africa

The Day Kennedy Died

The Murder Trial

The Unspeakable Crime: Rape

Features

The Choir: Sing While You Work

Grand Designs

The Great British Bake Off

Long Lost Family

Reality and Constructed Factual

The Big Reunion

Dragons' Den

Gogglebox

The Undateables

Current Affairs

The Cruel Cut

The Hunt For Britain's Sex Gangs

North Korean: Life Inside The Secret State

Syria: Across The Lines

News Coverage

Channel 4 News

ITV News At Ten: Woolwich Attacks

The Dale Cregan Verdict: North West Tonight Special

The Lee Rigby Trial: ITV Granada Reports

Sport and Live Event

Bollywood Carmen Live

Glastonbury 2013

The Ashes 2013 - 1st Test, Day Five

Wimbledon Men's Final

Entertainment Programme

Ant And Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Derren Brown: The Great Art Robbery

Dynamo: Magician Impossible

Strictly Come Dancing

Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme

The Graham Norton Show

A League Of Their Own

The Revolution Will Be Televised

Would I Lie To You?

Situation Comedy

Count Arthur Strong

Him And Her: The Wedding

The IT Crowd

Toast Of London

Radio Times Audience Award

Breaking Bad

Broadchurch

Doctor Who: Day Of The Doctor

Educating Yorkshire

Gogglebox

The Great British Bake Off

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