4 O’Clock Club starring Liz Hume-Dawson has picked up the award for Best School-Age Children’s Programme at the Royal Television Society North West Awards. The prestigious awards ceremony, presented by Eamonn Holmes, took place on 17th November at The Hilton Hotel in Manchester. This year entries were received across 23 categories based on submissions from individuals, production companies and broadcasters. Several new awards were included in this year’s line-up to reflect the range and breadth of television production in the region, now that Greater Manchester’s Media City has established itself as the home of numerous creative companies, including the BBC.
The Royal Television Society (commonly known in the television industry as the RTS) is the British-based educational charity for the discussion, and analysis of television in all its forms, past, present and future. As the oldest television society in the world, it currently has fourteen regional and national centres in the UK, as well as branches in the Republic of Ireland, Canada and the United States.
Liz Hume-Dawson plays lead regular Miss Andress in the popular BBC series The 4 O’Clock Club that features two siblings with dreams of becoming successful rappers. Liz stars alongside Laura Aikman, Oscar Lloyd, Khalil Madovi, Tom Rolinson and the former rapper turned comedy actor Doc Brown.Overview
Manchester based actress Liz Hume-Dawson has become a household name over her extensive screen career with roles in productions such as Clink, The 4 O'Clock Club, Trollied, Monroe, Bodies, Red Riding Trilogy, The Street, Dinner Ladies, Shameless, Coronation Street,Fat Friends and Sunny D.
Her stage credits include: Everyone Loves A Winner At Manchester's Royal Exchange, as well as directing Macbeth and Up 'n' Under for the Palace Theatre.About Sainou
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