UK TV dominates the lineup of nominations, which have been cut down to 36 shows across categories including 'Comedy', 'Gameshow', 'Series', 'Factual Entertainment' and 'Lifestyle'.
Black Mirror is up for the 'Comedy' gong, while Warwick Davis mockumentary Life's Too Short will be up against Channel 4's Simon Bird series Friday Night Dinner in the battle for best 'Sitcom'.
Mary Berry's BBC Two hit The Great British Bake Off is in the 'Best Lifestyle' category alongside ITV1's May The Best House Win.
BBC Three's Don't Tell The Bride represents the UK in the 'Factual Entertainment' group, while The Cube and Million Pound Drop are aiming for the 'Gameshow' gong.
British drama is represented by Bill Nighy's Page Eight in the 'TV Movie' list, while Sky1's The Runaway and ITV1's week-long drama The Jury are competing for 'Series'.
BBC import Pan Am, which airs on ABC in the US, is also nominated for best 'Series'.
Meanwhile, ITV1's fundraising celebrity reality series Born to Shine is nominated for 'Live Event Show'.
The Rose d'Or Festival takes place from May 6-10 in Lucerne.