BBC2′s Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die wins RTS Programme award

March 23rd, 2012

Terry PratchettThe Royal Television Society (RTS) Programme Awards were handed out in London last night, with double winner KEO films recognized for BBC2′s Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die and C4′s Hugh’s Big Fish Fight.

The March 20th ceremony saw Channel 4 receive 10 awards, in scripted and factual categories.

KEO films took the single documentary category for BBC2′s Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die, dubbed “groundbreaking, revelatory and profoundly moving,” by the jury; and 24 Hours in A&E from The Garden Productions for Channel 4 took the documentary series category, for being “uplifting and heart-warming: love, life and death up-close and raw.”

Read the full article on the Real Screen website.


Comments for: BBC2′s Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die wins RTS Programme award

  1. DayLight says:

    Saw the documentary today. Thank you !

  2. Anonymouse says:

    I remember watching the documentary for the first time and being very moved by what I saw. I’ve always felt people should be able to die with dignity, and if they so choose, when they want to. Life is so precious, but so is our individual perceptions of the quality of our own, and how much we feel that we can/want to withstand. There’s a vast grey area rooted within our society and within its legislation which desperately needs to be addressed, discussed and resolved.

    I wish you all the best, and keep doing all the fantastic work that you are!