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• • • • • • The star-studded annual British Soap Awards took place on Saturday 3 June at The Lowry, Manchester, and is scheduled to air on ITV from 8pm on Tuesday. Hosted once again by This Morning’s , the celebratory event saw the very best actors, storylines and characters recognised and awarded throughout the evening. The night saw ITV soaps lead the way, with Emmerdale triumphing with six awards, notably for their recent heartbreaking portrayal of popular character Ashley Thomas’ dementia, while Coronation Street celebrated with four, seeing Kym Marsh pick up Best Female Dramatic Performance for her heartbreaking baby loss storyline. Meanwhile, Nick Pickard, who has been playing Tony Hutchinson in Hollyoaks since 1987, walked away with the prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award.
Meanwhile, BBC's EastEnders' scriptwriter Gillian Richmond picked up the Tony Warren Award in honour of her 30 years of service to the soap. For the full list of winners, see below... Best Single Episode Coronation Street: Kylie’s Death Doctors: A Christmas Carol EastEnders: Lee On The Edge Emmerdale: Ashley’s Point Of View - winner!
Hollyoaks: What Is Consent? Best Male Dramatic Performance Coronation Street: Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald) Doctors: Ian Midlane (Dr Al Haskey) EastEnders: Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell) Emmerdale: John Middleton (Ashley Thomas) - winner! Hollyoaks: Kieron Richardson (Ste Hay) Best Comedy Performance Coronation Street: Dolly-Rose Campbell (Gemma Winter) - winner! Doctors: Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (Dr Zoe Carmichael) EastEnders: Tameka Empson (Kim Fox-Hubbard) Emmerdale: Dominic Brunt (Paddy Kirk) Hollyoaks: Nicole Barber Lane (Myra McQueen) Best Female Dramatic Performance Coronation Street: Kym Marsh (Michelle Connor) - winner!
Doctors: Dido Miles (Dr Emma Reid) EastEnders: Diane Parish (Denise Fox) Emmerdale: Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel Thomas) Hollyoaks: Nadine Mulkerrin (Cleo McQueen) Best On-Screen Partnership Coronation Street: Malcolm Hebden & Patti Clare (Norris Cole & Mary Taylor) Doctors: Matthew Chambers & Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (Dr Daniel Granger & Dr Zara Carmichael) EastEnders: James Bye & Lacey Turner (Martin & Stacey Fowler) Emmerdale: John Middleton & Charlotte Bellamy (Ashley & Laurel Thomas) Hollyoaks: Richard Linnell & Kassius Nelson (Alfie Nightingale & Jade Albright) - winner!
Villain of the Year Coronation Street: Connor McIntyre (Pat Phelan) Doctors: Lucy-Jo Hudson (Rhiannon Davis) - winner! EastEnders: Jake Wood (Max Branning) Emmerdale: Gillian Kearney (Emma Barton) Hollyoaks: Persephone Swale-Dawson (Nico Blake) Best Young Performance Coronation Street: Elle Mulvaney (Amy Barlow) - winner!
EastEnders: Bleu Landau (Dennis Rickman) Emmerdale: Isobel Steele (Liv Flaherty) Hollyoaks: Ela May Dermircan (Leah Barnes) Best Storyline Coronation Street: The Grooming of Bethany Doctors: Rhiannon's Second Chance EastEnders: Lee's Mental Health Emmerdale: Ashley's Dementia - winner!
Hollyoaks: Teenage Cancer Best Newcomer Coronation Street: Rob Mallard (Dan Osbourne) - winner! Doctors: Ritu Aryu (Dr Megan Sharma) EastEnders: Zach Morris (Keegan Baker) Emmerdale: Sally Dexter (Faith Dingle) Hollyoaks: Duncan James (Ryan Knight) Scene of the Year Coronation Street: Michelle's Goodbye to Ruairi Doctors: Haunted By His Voices EastEnders: Ronnie and Roxy's exit Emmerdale: The Hotten Bypass Pile Up Hollyoaks: Jade Says Goodbye to Alfie - winner!
Best Actress Coronation Street: Kym Marsh (Michelle Conner) EastEnders: Lacey Turner (Stacey Fowler) Coronation Street: Lucy Fallon (Bethany Platt) Emmerdale: Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel Thomas) - winner! Hollyoaks: Anna Passey (Sienna Blake) Best Actor Coronation Street: Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) Hollyoaks: Jamie Lomas (Warren Fox) Hollyoaks: Gregory Finnegan (James Nightengale) Emmerdale: Danny Miller ( Aaron Dingle) Emmerdale: John Middleton (Ashley Thomas) - winner!
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LONDON--( )--Top Doctors, a leading digital company in the identification of expert private specialists and clinics, has today announced the winners of their first UK Top Doctors Awards.
These awards recognise outstanding medical talent and the highest level of care in private and public healthcare as recognised by fellow doctors and specialists, and have been running for a decade in the USA and since 2014 within Europe and Latin America. The 25 winners were selected from nearly 2000 nominations across London as those specialists who doctors themselves would go to in times of need, and who they would trust with their own health or that of their family.
Each winner also boasts over 15 years of experience and holds an international reputation as a skilled medical specialist. This award is positively valued by patients when searching for and choosing a specialist. It serves as recognition of the trust placed in the doctors by their own peers, and as acknowledgement of the high level of care and attention they provide to patients.
"Top Doctors are excited and privileged to be in the position to recognise and reward the truly excellent quality of healthcare professionals working in the UK health system. The Top Doctors Awards were created to highlight and congratulate doctors and medical specialists who their peers would go to for medical attention, acknowledging them as the best of the best. Congratulations to all of the winners," says CEO and founder of Top Doctors, Alberto E. Porciani. The winners’ specialties covered a range of therapy areas, from dermatology to cardiothoracic surgery, and neurosurgery to urology, demonstrating the high level of doctors available for a variety of medical needs.
You can find more information about the Top Doctors Awards and the winners by visiting The Winners Doctor Specialty Profile Mr Kavin Andi Oral, maxillofacial, head and neck surgery Dr Matthew Banks Gastroenterology Dr Devinder Bansi Gastroenterology Ms Emma Beddow Cardiothoracic surgery Dr Huw Beynon Rheumatology Dr Phang Boon Lim Cardiology Mr Luke Cascarini Maxillofacial surgery Mr Peter Clarke Head, neck and skull surgery Mr Simon Eccles Plastic surgery Mr Paul Harris Plastic surgery Mr David Hrouda Urology Dr Peter Irving Neurology Dr Gavin Johnson Gastroenterology Dr Alexander Lyon Cardiology Dr Omar Malik Neurology Dr Hadi Manji Neurology Mr Angus McIndoe Obstetrics and gynaecology Mr Sean Molloy Orthopaedic spinal surgery Mr David Nott General and vascular surgery Mr Kevin O'Neill Neurosurgery Mr Jonathan Ramsay Urology Mr Guri Sandhu Otolaryngology Dr Jeannie Todd Endocrinology Professor Jayant Vaidya Surgery and oncology Dr Mark Vanderpump Endocrinology Top Doctors invited all medical professionals to participate in the nomination process in order to give their peers the recognition they deserve.
Doctors, specialists and medical teams are not only identified for their vast experience, skill and abilities, but also for the time they take with each patient and the level of attention and care they are able to provide. Those who received the highest number of nominations year-round were considered for the Top Doctors Awards, celebrating the best in healthcare.
Nominations for 2018’s Top Doctor Awards are now open. All registered doctors and specialists are free to recommend those they feel deserve recognition through the ‘nominate doctors’ section on the Top Doctors website which also contains further information on the nomination process.
The understanding and expertise of medical professionals helps to identify those who deserve recognition for their outstanding services. About Top Doctors Top Doctors is a global company which selects the leading private doctors across every speciality to help patients access the very best healthcare available.
Top Doctors creates a simple and effortless journey for patients to access high-quality treatment. Top Doctors was founded by experienced professionals in the healthcare sector whose vision was to provide patients with accurate information about doctors and tailored guidance on their health, while helping doctors to secure an online reputation that reflects their professional standing and expertise.
Via a rigorous four-step selection process, only one in ten specialists who apply to be a Top Doctor are successful. Selection is through peer-to-peer recommendation, external evaluation by Adecco Medical & Science, approval by a panel of expert Clinical Leaders, and personal interviews. Globally, Top Doctors has over 60,000 members, more than 10 million site visits to date, and more than 500,000 appointments booked per year.
First launched in the USA, Top doctors is now present in Spain, Italy, Mexico, Colombia, Chile and now the UK. The company recognises that the future of eHealth is vital to patient convenience and wellbeing, and is investing in the latest technology and innovation. For more information about Top Doctors UK please visit or call 0203 900 4330.
• • • • • Connor Johnston presents the first set of results of DWTV’s annual awards as voted for by you. 2018 will see Doctor Who return with a new showrunner, new set of supporting characters and most importantly, our first female protagonist in the form of Jodie Whittaker’s thirteenth Doctor. Akin to every time the show undergoes such a drastic behind the scenes shift – the level of intrigue and excitement embodied by Doctor Who fans is well and truly off the charts.
However, let’s not let the fact that our sights are set so passionately on the future stop us from celebrating what a successful and overwhelmingly well-received year we’re leaving behind. Driven by the talents of departing showrunner Steven Moffat and the immensely talented Peter Capaldi, it was the energy and charisma of newcomers Pearl Mackie and Matt Lucas that ensured even though an era was ending – in many ways Series 10 still felt like a new beginning.
Ever since Peter Capaldi’s first series we’ve accompanied the results of Doctor Who TV’s “Best of” polls with a retrospective of the year gone by. It’s a tradition we’re delighted to continue once more this year with the first five categories: Best Pre-Title Sequence, Best Visual Effects, Best Music Score, Best Director and Best Writer. BEST PRE-TITLE SEQUENCE: Twice Upon a Time Runner Up: World Enough and Time Often described as the most valuable part of an episode when it comes to ensuring viewers attentions are grabbed from the very first second, this year’s pre-title sequences left little to be desired in terms of variety and action.
We laughed in “The Pilot” when Bill confessed to having ‘fatted’ one of her crushes, we were strangely scared by emojibots in “Smile” and even found ourselves bopping along to Little Mix in the opening of “Knock Knock”… however it was the previously trailers to end all previously trailers in this year’s Christmas special that steals our first victory today with 41.39% of the vote.
“709 episodes ago” began Twice Upon a Time – airing scenes recorded over half a decade ago and through the magic of television embedded with a new sense of relevance as David Bradley’s first Doctor is brought to life. There’s something about classic Doctor Who set to Murray Gold’s stunning score that sends a shiver down my spine in the best possible way.
Whether fans were familiar with Hartnell’s era or not, the excitement of two eras of who interacting is utterly contagious – opening in style an episode that celebrates the past as much as it fuels the future. BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: World Enough and Time Runner Up: The Doctor Falls The world of Doctor Who is as wonderful as it is absurd, often tapping into the most unique and bizarre corners of our imaginations to capture the scale and diversity of the universe.
The job of making our imaginations a visual reality falls to that of the MILK VFX team, whose work has once again kept Doctor Who’s visuals the most impressive on television. From a spontaneously historic pyramid to a Martian tomb, creatures who live underwater to creatures who are made out of water: Series 10 of Doctor Who threw away the limits of our own minds and replaced them with an unlimited array of the inconceivable.
Despite strong competition, it is both parts of our finale that claim victory at the top of the poll today, with World Enough and Time taking the crown with 28.12%. From the chilling imagery of Bill’s wound to the scale of a spaceship flying away from a black hole, there was much to marvel at as the stage was set for what would turn out to be the 12 th Doctor’s final battle.
A spaceship that appears to hold entire worlds on each level seems like an impossible brief, even for Doctor Who. Somehow, through a marriage of concept and execution, Who’s team took us to a farm, a city and a flight deck while having all appear through the magic of visual effects as different parts of the one location – an achievement that is far too impressive to ignore.
BEST MUSIC SCORE: Twice Upon a Time Runner Up: The Doctor Falls If rumours persist, it would appear that 2017 will mark the final year that Murray Gold – a creative force who has contributed so much to the world of Doctor Who in a collaboration that has included over a decade of memorable melodies – will be at the helm of the show’s music score.
Of course, Gold’s work remained impressive week after week last year, however it is no surprise that what could be his final credit in Twice Upon a Time has been voted as his best with 47.28% of the vote. Gold’s work on this year’s Christmas special shows just how much a score can dictate and enhance the tone of a piece. Almost like a farewell tour, Twice Upon a Time included musical call backs to years gone by including theme variations on Doomsday, The Face of Boe, All the Strange Creatures, The Majestic Tale of a Madman in a Box, Heaven Sent, Clara’s theme, Bad Wolf and countless others.
BEST DIRECTOR: Rachel Talalay Runner Up: Charles Palmer Directing not only the series finale, but also this year’s Christmas Special/regeneration, Rachel Talalay’s role in the conclusion of Capaldi’s era can not be understated. Her talent, vision and passion for the show has seeped through her work since 2014 – which is why it is no surprise that for the third eligible year in a row (discounting of course 2016), Talalay has claimed victory yet again with a stunning 88.37% of the vote.
From Bill’s cyber skewed identity crisis to Capaldi’s fall on the battlefield, from one of the most heart-warming scenes set in world war trench to one of the most heart-breaking (yet hopeful) regeneration sequences in the show’s history: Every setting was perfectly utilised, every reveal suspended for dramatic effect and every action shot delivered with a punch.
Talalay’s devotion to her craft is so obvious in every piece of work that she delivers, and I’m sure I can speak for the vast majority in hoping that despite already producing a stunning portfolio of Doctor Who, Talalay’s talents survive through to Jodie Whittaker’s first series.
BEST WRITER: Steven Moffat Runner Up: Jamie Mathieson A brilliant mix of Capaldi era staples and impressive new talent formed the writing team for 2017.
Frank Cottrell-Boyce returned to pen Smile that was received far more favourably than his Series 8 masterpiece (fight me) In the Forest of Night; Sarah Dollard’s Thin Ice delighted in a far more standalone (though similarly impressive) fashion as 2015’s Face the Raven and for the first time in over a decade of the revival, a classic Who writer crossed the generational gap with Rona Munro penning the poetic The Eaters of Light. With Oxygen Jamie Mathieson returns to this poll’s runners up podium, having claimed the same position in 2014 with Flatline and Mummy on the Orient Express.
However impressive the line-up was in 2017, it simply wouldn’t be right without Steven Moffat’s final presence on this poll to not be one of victory, earning 71.68% of the vote. Moffat’s legacy is something impossible to capture in a simple paragraph. Limiting our view to our contributions in 2017 alone we have new companions in the form of Bill and Nardole, new monsters in the Pilot, the Monks, and Testimony, a regeneration, a multi-Doctor special, a multi Master special and a series arc revolving around one of the most complex and historic relationships in the show’s history.
He is a writer whose creativity and wit have emboldened Doctor Who’s place in the hearts of so many, and a showrunner who will be sorely missed. Join us tomorrow for the next set of winners.
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