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British Comedy Awards 2012: Nominations in full

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The nominations for the British Comedy Awards 2012 have been announced.

The ceremony, hosted by Jonathan Ross, will air live on Channel 4 on December 12 at 9pm.

The event will be preceded by the British Comedy Awards Nominations Show on December 2 at 10.30pm, during which lines will open for the public to vote for the 'King or Queen of Comedy' category.

There will also be two special awards given out on the night - 'The British Comedy Outstanding Achievement Award' and 'The Writer's Guild of Great Britain Award'.

The full nominations for the British Comedy Awards are as follows:

Best New Comedy Programme
Alan Partridge: Welcome to the Places of My Life
Cardinal Burns
Hunderby
Moone Boy

Best Comedy Entertainment Programme
Alan Carr: Chatty Man
Celebrity Juice
Harry Hill's TV Burp
The Graham Norton Show

Programme host Harry Hill is seen with food all over his head on ' Harry Hill's TV Burp '. Shown on ITV1.
Holly Willoughby, Keith Lemon and Fearne Cotton on 'Celebrity Juice'

© ITV



Best Sketch Show
Cardinal Burns
Facejacker
Horrible Histories
Very Important People

Best Sitcom
Hunderby
Rev
The Thick of It
Twenty Twelve

Best Comedy Entertainment Personality
Charlie Brooker (Charlie Brooker's 2011 Wipe)
Graham Norton (The Graham Norton Show)
Harry Hill (Harry Hill's TV Burp)
Stephen Fry (QI)

Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge

© BBC

The Thick Of It S04E01: Malcolm Tucker (Peter Capaldi)

© BBC / Des Willie



Best TV Comedy Actor
Hugh Bonneville (Twenty Twelve)
Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It)
Steve Coogan (Alan Partridge: Welcome to the Places of My Life)
Tom Hollander (Rev)

Best TV Comedy Actress
Jessica Hynes (Twenty Twelve)
Olivia Colman (Rev)
Olivia Colman (Twenty Twelve)
Rebecca Front (The Thick of It)

Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist
David Rawle (Moone Boy)
Morgana Robinson (Very Important People)
Nina Conti (Make Me Happy: A Monkey's Search for Enlightenment)
Seb Cardinal & Dustin Demri-Burns (Cardinal Burns)

Comedian Sarah Millican

© Rex Features / Ken McKay

David Mitchell

© PA Images

David Mitchell



Best Male Television Comic
David Mitchell (Would I Lie to You)
Harry Hill (Harry Hill's TV Burp)
Lee Mack (Would I Lie to You)
Sean Lock (8 Out of 10 Cats)

Best Female Television Comic
Jo Brand (Have I Got News For You)
Nina Conti (Make Me Happy: A Monkey's Search for Enlightenment)
Sarah Millican (The Sarah Millican Television Programme)
Sue Perkins (Have I Got News For You)

King or Queen of Comedy - public vote
Alan Carr
David Mitchell
Graham Norton
Jack Whitehall
Lee Mack
Sarah Millican

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