Indra Bhose‘s Bollywood Carmen and Debbie Moon‘s Wolfblood have both earned nominations at the Broadcast Awards 2014.
Indra Bhose’s Bollywood Carmen, nominated for “Best Music Programme” was a live BBC extravaganza reimagining Bizet’s popular opera Carmen, Bollywood style, on the streets of Bradford which Indra co-wrote and directed. It featured massive dance routines, an audience-fuelled flash mob and gripping drama, set to pop song mash-ups and Kuljit Bhamra’s Bollywood adaptations of Bizet’s classic score, along with Bradford-based band RDB and British Asian music producers Bobby Wonda and Angel. Read more about Indra here.
Debbie Moon’s Wolfblood, nominated for “Best Children’s Programme” is the hugely successful CBBC/ZDF drama created by Debbie, who is currently writing the third series. Disney picked up the series for distribution worldwide and the original series won the RTS Children’s Drama Award in 2012. Read more about Debbie here.
The full list of Broadcast Awards nominations can be found here. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 5th February at Grosvenor House, London.