British Academy of Film and Television Arts has revealed the shortlist for this year's House of Fraser British Academy Television Awards.
Among the nominees is BBC One's 'The Great British Bake Off', starring Limelight's Mary Berry as co-judge alongside Paul Hollywood. Bake Off was the most watched show of 2015 with the final episode pulling in more than 15 million viewers and is nominated in two categories; Features, and Radio Times Audience Award.
The shortlist for the Radio Times Audience Award was collated by a panel of leading media and entertainment journalists includes a diverse mix of programmes:
Doctor Foster, BBC One
Humans, Channel 4
Peter Kay's Car Share, BBC One
Poldark, BBC One
Making A Murderer, Netflix
Voting is open now at www.radiotimes.com/bafta
until Thursday 5th May at 4pm with the winner announced at the House of Fraser British Academy Television Awards, held on Sunday 8th May at London's Royal Festival Hall.
Radio Times editor Ben Preston said: "British television is on a roll and viewers are revelling in this new golden age of choice and creativity.
"This shortlist is truly six of the best - six great but very different shows which all captured the public imagination and got the nation talking."