BRITISH TELEVISION SOAP AWARDS





 





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BRITISH SOAP AWARDS
2007 nominations

Sexiest male Rob James-Collier (Liam Connor) – Coronation Street
Rupert Hill (Jamie Baldwin) Richard Fleeshman (Craig Harris) – Coronation Street; Ben Jones (Dr. Greg Robinson) Sean Gleeson (Ronnie Woodson) Michael McKell (Dr. Nick West) – Doctors; Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Matt Di Angelo (Deano Wicks) Robert Kazinsky (Sean Slater) – EastEnders; Matthew Wolfenden (David Metcalfe) Kevin Fletcher (Andy Sugden) Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle) – Emmerdale; Chris Fountain (Justin Burton) James Sutton (John Paul McQueen) Ricky Whittle (Calvin Valentine) – Hollyoaks
Sexiest Female Roxanne McKee (Louise Summers) – Hollyoaks
Kym Ryder (Michelle Connor) Alison King (Carla Connor) Samia Smith (Maria Sutherland) – Coronation Street; Stirling Gallacher (Dr. George Woodson) Diane Keen (Julia McGuire) Donnaleigh Bailey (Nurse Michelle Corrigan) – Doctors; Tiana Benjamin (Chelsea Fox) Kara Tointon (Dawn Swann) Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) – EastEnders; Emily Symons (Louise Appleton) Roxanne Pallett (Jo Stiles) Sammy Winward (Katie Sugden) – Emmerdale; Jennifer Metcalfe (Mercedes McQueen) Gemma Merna (Carmel McQueen) – Hollyoaks
Villain Gemma Bissix (Clare Cunningham) – Hollyoaks
Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow) Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) – Coronation Street; Pavel Douglas (Leo Jackson)Anthony Hunt (Ian Carter) – Doctors; Sophie Thompson (Stella Crawford) Robert Kazinsky (Sean Slater) Lee Ross (Owen Turner) – EastEnders; Linda Thorson (Rosemary King) Ken Farrington (Tom King) Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle) – Emmerdale; Jamie Lomas (Warren Fox) – Hollyoaks
Actor Antony Cotton (Sean Tully) – Coronation Street
Antony Cotton (Sean Tully) Jack P Sheperd (David Platt) Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street; Stephen Boxer (Dr.Joe Fenton) Adrian Lewis Morgan (Dr. Jimmi Clay) Sean Gleeson (Ronnie Woodson) – Doctors; Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning) Phil Daniels (Kevin Wicks) Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell) – EastEnders; Steve Halliwell (Zak Dingle) Ken Farrington (Tom King) James Hooton (Sam Dingle) – Emmerdale; Chris Fountain (Justin Burton) Matt Littler (Max Cunningham) James Sutton (John Paul McQueen) – Hollyoaks
Actress Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow) – Coronation Street;
Sue Cleaver (Eileen Grimshaw) Kym Ryder (Michelle Connor) – Coronation Street; Donnaleigh Bailey (Nurse Michelle Corrigan) Stirling Gallacher (Dr. George Woodson) Diane Keen (Julia McGuire) – Doctors; June Brown (Dot Branning) Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) Diane Parish (Denise Fox) – EastEnders; Shirley Stelfox (Edna Birch) Ursula Holden-Gill (Alice Dingle) Charley Webb (Debbie Dingle) – Emmerdale; Gemma Bissix ( Clare Cunningham) Emma Rigby (Hannah Ashworth) Jessica Fox (Nancy Hayton) – Hollyoaks
Comedy performance Gemma Merna (Carmel McQueen) – Hollyoaks
Martha Howe-Douglas (Donna Parmar) – Doctors; Ricky Groves (Garry Hobbs) – EastEnders; Charlie Hardwick (Val Lambert) – Emmerdale
NewcomerKym Ryder (Michelle Connor) – Coronation Street
Martha Howe-Douglas (Donna Parmar) – Doctors; Joe Gilgun (Eli Dingle) – Emmerdale; Gerard McCarthy (Kris Fisher) Hollyoaks
Spectacular scene Emmerdale house collapse
Emmerdale lorry crash; Hollyoaks explosion; Hollyoaks OB saves Max
Partnership Stirling Gallacher and Sean Gleeson (George and Ronnie Woodson) – Doctors
Sue Cleaver and Ryan Thomas (Eileen and Jason Grimshaw) – Coronation Street; Kate Ford and Bill Ward (Tracy Barlow and Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street; Matt Littler and Darren Jeffries (Max Cunningham and Sam O’Brien) – Hollyoaks
Best episode Doctors ‘Shreds’ and ‘Aftermath
Coronation Street: Tracy’s confession to Deidre; Emmerdale: Cain and Sadie’s exit; Hollyoaks The Fire
Best exit Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street
Lorraine Chase (Steph Forsythe) – Emmerdale; Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle) – Emmerdale; Sarah Jayne Dunn (Mandy Hutchinson) – Hollyoaks
Best dramatic performance Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) – EastEnders
Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street; Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow) – Coronation Street; James Sutton (John Paul McQueen) – Hollyoaks
Best dramatic performance from young actor Eden Taylor-Draper (Belle Dingle) – Emmerdale
Sam Aston (Chesney Battersby-Brown) – Coronation Street; Charlie Hawkins (Darren Miller) EastEnders; Ellis Hollins (Tom Cunningham) – Hollyoaks
Best storyline Coronation Street – Charlie’s cheating/Tracey’s revenge
EastEnders – Billy and Honey’s Down’s syndrome baby; Emmerdale – Who killed Tom King?; Hollyoaks – Clare attempts to kill Max
Special achievement
Tony Jordan
Lifetime achievement
Wendy Richard
Best soap
Coronation Street
2006 winners
Best British Soap
EastEnders
Also nominated – Coronation Street, Doctors, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks
Actor Ross Kemp (Grant Mitchell, EastEnders)
Antony Cotton (Sean Tully), Bradley Walsh (Danny Baldwin), Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street; Ben Jones (Dr. Greg Robinson), Adrian Lewis Morgan (Dr. Jimmi Clay), Christopher Timothy (Dr. ‘Mac’ McGuire) – Doctors; Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell), Shane Richie (Alfie Moon) – EastEnders; Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle), Ken Farrington (Tom King), James Hooton (Sam Dingle) – Emmerdale; Chris Fountain (Justin Burton), Matt Littler (Max Cunningham), Nick Pickard (Tony Hutchinson) – Hollyoaks
Actress Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater, EastEnders)
Sue Cleaver (Eileen Grimshaw), Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow), Sally Lindsay (Shelley Unwin) – Coronation Street; Eva Fontaine (Faith Walker), Stirling Gallacher (Dr. George Woodson), Diane Keen (Julia McGuire) – Doctors; Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell), Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) – EastEnders; Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel Thomas), Charlie Hardwick (Val Lambert), Paula Tilbrook (Betty Eagleton) – Emmerdale; Ali Bastian (Becca Dean), Sarah Jayne Dunn (Mandy Hutchinson), Cassie Powney (Mel Burton) – Hollyoaks
Sexiest Male Richard Fleeshman (Craig Harris, Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Bradley Walsh (Danny Baldwin) Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street; Ben Jones (Dr Greg Robinson), Adrian Lewis Morgan (Dr. Jimmi Clay), Michael McKell (Dr. Nick West) – Doctors; Joel Beckett (Jake Moon), Matt Di Angelo (Deano Wicks), Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman) – EastEnders; Mathew Bose (Paul Lambert), Ben Freeman (Scott Windsor), Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle) – Emmerdale; Chris Fountain (Justin Burton), Stuart Manning (Russell Owen) Kevin Sacre (Jake Dean) – Hollyoaks
Sexiest Female Louisa Lytton (Ruby Allen, EastEnders)
Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow), Tina O’Brien (Sarah Platt) Samia Smith (Maria Sutherland) – Coronation Street; Stirling Gallacher (Dr. George Woodson), Andrea Green (Sarah Finch), Jaye Griffiths (Dr. Elizabeth Croft) – Doctors; Louisa Lytton (Ruby Allen), Kara Tointon (Dawn Swann), Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater) – EastEnders; Patsy Kensit (Sadie King), Roxanne Pallett (Jo Stiles), Sammy Winward (Katie Sugden) – Emmerdale; Ali Bastian (Becca Dean), Sarah Jayne Dunn (Mandy Hutchinson), Roxanne McKee (Louise Summers) – Hollyoaks
Villain Billy Murray (Johnny Allen, EastEnders)
Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow), Bradley Walsh (Danny Baldwin) Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street; Daniel Anthony (Lex Keavey), Lesley Harcourt (Charlotte Roberts), Jo-Anne Stockham (“The Mantis") – Doctors; Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell), Tracy-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) – EastEnders; Nick Brimble (Terence Turner), Matt Healy (Matthew King), Patsy Kensit (Sadie King) – Emmerdale; Warren Brown (Andy Holt), Chris Fountain (Justin Burton), Louis Tamone (Sam Owen) – Hollyoaks
Comedy performance
Charlie Hardwick (Val Lambert, Emmerdale)
Newcomer
Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning, EastEnders)
Oon-screen partnership
Barbara Knox and Malcolm Hebden (Rita Fairclough and Norris Cole, Coronation Street)
Spectacular scene
Belle and Daz trapped in a mine shaft (Emmerdale)
Single episode
Armistice Day in France (EastEnders)
Exit
Leah Bracknell (Zoe Tate, Emmerdale)
Bitch
Nicola Wheeler (Nicola Blackstock, Emmerdale)
Dramatic performance
Bradley Walsh (Coronation Street)
Best dramatic performance from young actor
Ellis Hollins (Tom Cunningham, Hollyoaks)
Best storyline
Becca and Justin's affair (Hollyoaks)
Special achievement
Tony Prescott
Lifetime achievement
Johnny Briggs (Mike Baldwin, Coronation Street)
2005 winners
Actor
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon, EastEnders)
Also nominated – Antony Cotton (Sean Tully), Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald), Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street; Ariyon Bakare (Dr Ben Kwarme), Ben Jones (Dr Greg Robinson), Christopher Timothy (Dr 'Mac' McGuire) – Doctors; Perry Fenwick (Billy Mitchell), Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman), – EastEnders; Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle), Ken Farrington (Tom King), Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle) – Emmerdale; David Easter (Pete Callan), Howard Saddler (Les Boulter), Gary Webster (Gary Costello) – Family Affairs; Matt Littler (Max Cunningham), Lee Otway (Bombhead), Nick Pickard (Tony Hutchinson) – Hollyoaks
Actress Suranne Jones (Karen McDonald, Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Sally Lindsay (Shelly Unwin), Tina O'Brien (Sarah Platt) – Coronation Street; Eva Fontaine (Nurse Faith Walker), Diane Keen (Julia McGuire), Corrinne Wicks (Dr Helen Thompson) – Doctors; Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo Mitchell), Michelle Ryan (Zoe Slater), Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) – EastEnders; Emma Atkins (Charity Tate), Jane Cox (Lisa Dingle), Elizabeth Estensen (Diane Sugden) – Emmerdale; Anna Acton (Geri Evans), Kazia Pelka (Chrissy Costello), Carol Starks (Tanya Woods) – Family Affairs; Jodi Albert (Debbie Dean), Ali Bastian (Becca Hayton), Sarah Jayne Dunn (Mandy Hutchinson) – Hollyoaks
Best British Soap Coronation Street
Also nominated – EastEnders, Doctors, Emmerdale, Family Affairs, Hollyoaks
Sexiest Male Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman, EastEnders)
Also nominated – Ryan Thomas (Jason Grimshaw), Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs), Danny Young (Warren Baldwin) – Coronation Street; Ariyon Bakare (Dr Ben Kwarme), Steven Hartley
(Dr Jack Ford), Ben Jones (Dr Greg Robinson) – Doctors; Shane Richie (Alfie Moon), Joe Swash (Mickey Miller) – EastEnders; Karl Davies (Robert Sugden), Ben Freeman (Scott Windsor), Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle) – Emmerdale; Seb Castang (Jake Walker), Ben Hull (Adam Green), Simon Merrells (Conrad Williams) – Family Affairs; Stuart Manning (Russell Owen), Marcus Patric (Ben Davies), Ashley Taylor Dawson (Darren Osborne) – Hollyoaks
Sexiest Female Jodi Albert (Debbie Dean, Hollyoaks)
Also nominated – Samia Ghadie (Maria Sutherland), Tina O'Brien (Sarah Platt), Nikki Sanderson (Candice Stowe) – Coronation Street; Stirling Gallacher (Dr George Woodson), Andrea Green (Sarah Finch), Corrinne Wicks (Dr Helen Thompson) – Doctors; Michelle Ryan (Zoe Slater), Pooja Shah (Kareena Ferreira), Jessie Wallace (Kat Moon) – EastEnders; Patsy Kensit (Sadie King), Amy Nuttall (Chloe Atkinson), Sammy Winward (Katie Sugden) – Emmerdale; Robyn Page (Katie Williams), Carryl Thomas (Kelly Boulter), Ebony Thomas (Yasmin Green) – Family Affairs; Gemma Atkinson (Lisa Hunter), Sarah Jayne Dunn (Mandy Hutchinson) – Hollyoaks
Best Comedy Performance Maggie Jones (Blanche Hunt, Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Deena Payne (Viv Hope, Emmerdale), Ebony Thomas (Yasmin Green, Family Affairs), Carley Stenson (Steph Dean, Hollyoaks)
Best Newcomer Andrea Green (Sarah Finch, Doctors)
Also nominated – Antony Cotton (Sean Tully, Coronation Street), Tracy-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts, EastEnders), Charlie Hardwick (Val Lambert, Emmerdale)
Spectacular Scene Maya blows up Dev’s shops and takes Dev and Sunita hostage (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Les and Cilla’s whirlpool disaster (Coronation Street), Tom’s firework party (Hollyoaks), Open-top bus (Hollyoaks)
Bitch Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow, Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater, EastEnders), Patsy Kensit (Sadie King, Emmerdale), Gabrielle Glaister (Trish Wallace, Family Affairs)
Onscreen Partnership June Brown and John Bardon (Dot and Jim Branning, EastEnders)
Also nominated – Sam Aston and Schmeichel (Chesney Brown and Schmeichel, Coronation Street), Charlie Hardwick and Elizabeth Estensen (Val Lambert and Diane Sugden, Emmerdale), Lee Otway and Alex Carter (Bombhead and Lee Hunter, Hollyoaks)
Special Achievement Award John Stephenson (Coronation Street writer)
Exit Charlie Brooks (Janine Evans, EastEnders)
Also nominated – Sasha Behar (Maya Sharma, Coronation Street), Emma Atkins (Charity Dingle, Emmerdale), Sam Barriscale (Sean Steel, Family Affairs)
Single Episode Charity and Tom's wedding (Emmerdale)
Also nominated – Maya blows up Dev’s shops (Coronation Street) Past Imperfect (Doctors), Christmas Day (EastEnders)
Villain Sasha Behar (Maya Sharma, Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow), Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs) – Coronation Street; Sean Arnold (Harry Fisher), Mandana Jones (Ria Ford), Keeley Mills (Chloe Pearce) – Doctors; Leslie Grantham (Den Watts), Billy Murray (Johnny Allen), Tracy-Ann Oberman (Chrissie Watts) – EastEnders; Lorraine Chase (Steph Stokes), Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle), Patsy Kensit (Sadie King) – Emmerdale; David Easter (Pete Callan), Alex Hardy (Olly Taylor), Lee Warburton (Graham Harker) – Family Affairs; Chris Fountain (Justin Burton), Daniel Hyde (Scott Anderson), Ashley Taylor Dawson (Darren Osborne) – Hollyoaks
Dramatic Performance Kazia Pelka (Chrissy Costello, Family Affairs)
Also nominated – David Neilson (Roy Cropper, Coronation Street), Gary Beadle (Paul Trueman, EastEnders), Lee Otway (Bombhead, Hollyoaks)
Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress Sam Aston (Chesney Brown, Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater, EastEnders), Charley Webb (Debbie Dingle, Emmerdale), Chris Fountain (Justin Burton, Hollyoaks)
Storyline Gary and Chrissy learn friend Bradley has been abusing their daughter Chloe (Family Affairs)
Also nominated – Maya's revenge on Dev and Sunita (Coronation Street), Diane Sugden’s cancer (Emmerdale), Bombhead deals with the death of his mother (Hollyoaks)
Lifetime Achievement June Brown (Dot Branning, EastEnders)
2004 winners
18 May, ITV1
Best soap
EastEnders
Also nominated – Coronation Street, Doctors, Emmerdale, Family Affairs, Hollyoaks
Sexiest female
Jessie Wallace – Kat Moon (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Suranne Jones – Karen McDonald, Kate Ford – Tracy Barlow, Samia Ghadie – Maria Sutherland (Coronation Street), Corrinne Wicks – Dr Helen Thompson, Stirling Gallagher – Dr George Woodson, Natalie J Robb – Dr Jude Carlyle (Doctors), Jill Halfpenny – Kate Mitchell, Michelle Ryan – Zoe Slater (EastEnders), Sammy Winward – Katie Sugden, Amy Nuttall – Chloe Atkinson, Emily Symons – Louise Appleton (Emmerdale), Anna Acton – Geri Evans, Ebony Thomas – Tasmin McKenzie, Rebecca Hunter – Melanie Costello (Family Affairs), Jodi Albert – Debbie Dean, Elize Du Toit – Izzy Davies, Tiffany Mulheron – Natlie Osborne (Hollyoaks)
Sexiest male
Nigel Harman – Dennis Rickman (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Keith Duffy – Ciaran McCarthy, Bill Ward – Charlie Stubbs, Ryan Thomas – Jason Grimshaw (Coronation Street), Ariyon Bakare – Dr Ben Kwarme, Sean Gleeson – Ronnie Woodson, Ben Jones – Dr Greg Robinson (Doctors), Shane Richie – Alfie Moon, Michael Higgs – Andy Hunter (EastEnders), Ben Freeman – Scott Windsor, Jeff Hordley – Cain Dingle, Karl Davies – Robert Sugden (Emmerdale), Rupert Hill – Cameron Davenport, Michael Wildman – Marc McKenzie, Seb Castang – Jake Walker (Family Affairs), Marcus Patric – Ben Davies, Andrew McNair – Dan Hunter, Ashley Taylor Dawson – Darren Osborne (Hollyoaks)
Best actress
Suranne Jones – Karen McDonald (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Kate Ford – Tracy Barlow, Barbara Knox – Rita Sullivan (Coronation Street), Eva Fontaine – Faith Walker, Maggie Cronin – Kate McGuire, Natalie J Robb – Dr Jude Carlyle (Doctors), Letitia Dean – Sharon Watts, Jessie Wallace – Kat Moon, Kacey Ainsworth – Mo Mitchell (EastEnders), Leah Bracknell – Zoe Tate, Emma Atkins – Charity Tate, Sheree Murphy – Tricia Dingle (Emmerdale), Rosie Rowell – Eileen Callan, Kazia Pelka – Chrissy Costello, Carol Starks – Tanya Woods (Family Affairs), Elize Du Toit – Izzy Davies, Sarah Jayne Dunn – Mandy Richardson, Sarah Baxendale – Ellie Mills (Hollyoaks)
Best actor
Shane Richie – Alfie Moon (EastEnders)
Also nominated – David Nielson – Roy Cropper, Simon Gregson – Steve McDonald, Chris Gascoyne – Peter Barlow, Bill Rodgers – Eddie Slade, Wendi Peters – Cilla Brown (Coronation Street); Christopher Timothy – Dr Mac McGuire, Ariyon Bakare – Dr Ben Kwarme, Tom Butcher – Dr Marc Eliot (Doctors); Perry Fenwick – Billy Mitchell, Leslie Grantham – Den Watts (EastEnders), Mark Charnock – Marlon Dingle, Billy Hartman – Terry Woods, John Middleton – Rev Ashley Thomas (Emmerdale), Gary Webster – Gary Costello, David Easter – Pete Callan, Richard Hawley – Dave Matthews (Family Affairs); Andrew McNair – Dan Hunter, Marcus Patric – Ben Davies (Hollyoaks)
Villain of the year
Charlie Brooks – Janine Evans (EastEnders),
Also nominated – Kate Ford – Tracy Barlow, Wendi Peters – Cilla Brown, Bill Rodgers – Eddie Slade (Coronation Street), Emma Fildes – Debbie McQueen (Doctors), Leslie Grantham – Den Watts, Michael Higgs – Andy Hunter (EastEnders), Peter Amory – Chris Tate, Jeff Hordley – Cain Dingle, Karl Davies – Robert Sugden (Emmerdale), David Easter – Pete Callan, Tony O'Callaghan – Mike Shaw (Family Affairs), Kazia Pelka – Chrissy Costello (Family Affairs), Henry Luxemburg – Toby Mills, Daniel Hyde – Scott Anderson (Hollyoaks)
Comedy performance
Alex Carter (Lee Hunter, Hollyoaks)
Also nominated – Shane Richie (Alfie Moon, EastEnders), Tony Audenshaw (Bob Hope, Emmerdale), Ebony Thomas (Yasmin Mackenzie, Family Affairs)
Spectacular scene of the year
Storm (Emmerdale)
Also nominated – Quarry car crash (Doctors), Cyber Café fire (Family Affairs), Leap of faith (Hollyoaks)
Newcomer
Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman, EastEnders)
Also nominated – Wendi Peters (Cilla Brown, Coronation Street),Luke Tittensor (Darran ‘Daz’ Eden, Emmerdale), Gareth Hale (Doug MacKenzie, Family Affairs)
Onscreen partnership
Julie Hesmondhalgh & David Neilson (Hayley & Roy Cropper, Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Suranne Jones & Simon Gregson (Karen & Steve McDonald, Coronation Street), Jessie Wallace & Shane Richie (Kat & Alfie Moon, EastEnders), Nicola Duffett & Gareth Hale (Cat Webb & Doug MacKenzie, Family Affairs)
Dramatic performance
Mark Charnock (Marlon Dingle, Emmerdale)
Also nominated – David Neilson (Roy Cropper, Coronation Street), Letitia Dean (Sharon Watts, EastEnders),Kazia Pelka (Chrissy Costello, Family Affairs)
Dramatic performance by young actor
Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Jackson, EastEnders)
Also nominated – Sam Aston (Chesney Brown, Coronation Street), Luke Tittensor (Darran ‘Daz’ Eden, Emmerdale), Gemma Atkinson (Lisa Hunter, Hollyoaks)
Storyline
Tracy tricks Roy and attempts to ruin Karen and Steve’s wedding (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Peter's bigamy (Coronation Street), Chrissy cons family into believing her daughter is ill (Family Affairs), Serial killer (Hollyoaks)
Exit
Sheree Murphy (Tricia Dingle, Emmerdale)
Also nominated – Shaun Williamson (Barry Evans, EastEnders),Miles Petit (Roy Farmer, Family Affairs), Henry Luxemburg (Toby Mills, Hollyoaks)
Episode
Say A Little Prayer (Doctors)
Also nominated – Karen and Steve’s wedding (Coronation Street), Dirty Den’s return (EastEnders), The Storm (Emmerdale)
Soap bitch Kate Ford (Tracy Barlow, Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Wendi Peters (Cilla Brown, Coronation Street), Charlie Brooks (Janine Evans, EastEnders), Tiffany Mulheron (Natalie Osborne, Hollyoaks)
Special achievement
Barbara Knox (Rita in Coronation Street)

2003 winners
Best British Soap
Coronation Street,
Also nominated – Brookside, Crossroads, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale, Family Affairs, Hollyoaks
Actor
Brian Capron as Richard Hillman (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Anthony Murray, Marty Murray, Jimmy Corkhill (Brookside), Richard Hillman, Ashley Peacock, Ken Barlow (Coronation Street), Rocky Wesson, Ethan Black, Max Samson (Crossroads), Dr 'Mac' McGuire, Dr Ben Kwarme, Dr Marc Eliot (Doctors), Phil Mitchell, Billy Mitchell, Trevor Morgan (EastEnders), Bob Hope, Cain Dingle, Marlon Dingle (Emmerdale), Matt Ellis, Roy Farmer, Robert Davenport (Family Affairs), Norman Sankofa, Ben Davies, Adam Morgan (Hollyoaks)
Actress
Kacey Ainsworth as 'Little' Mo Mitchell (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Bev McLoughlin, Nikki Shadwick, Brigid McKenna (Brookside), Shelley Unwin, Gail Hillman, Audrey Roberts (Coronation Street), Angel Samson, Kate Russell, Betty Waddell (Crossroads), Dr Helen Thompson, Dr Jude Carlyle, Kate McGuire (Doctors), 'Little' Mo Mitchell, Sonia Jackson, Kat Slater (EastEnders), Zoe Tate, Tricia Dingle, Viv Hope (Emmerdale), Karen Ellis, Eileen Day, Geri Evans (Family Affairs), Mandy Richardson, Izzy Cornwell, Lisa Hunter (Hollyoaks)
Sexiest male
Shane Richie as Alfie Moon (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Tim O'Leary, Steve Murray, Sean Smith (Brookside), Joe Carter, Ciaran McCarthy, Dev Alahan (Coronation Street), Ryan Samson, Jimmy Samson, Joe Lacey (Crossroads), Dr Oliver Berg, Dr Ben Kwarme, Dr Marc Eliot (Doctors), Jamie Mitchell, Martin Fowler (EastEnders), Cain Dingle, Scott Windsor, Ronnie Marsden (Emmerdale), Cameron Davenport, Jake Walker, Pete Callan (Family Affairs), Luke Morgan, Ben Davies, Scott Anderson (Hollyoaks)
Sexiest female
Jessie Wallace as Kat Slater (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Emily O'Leary, Nikki Shadwick, Laura Stevens (Brookside), Karen McDonald, Tracy Preston, Maria Sutherland (Coronation Street), Lola Wise, Helen Raven, Tracey Booth (Crossroads), Dr Helen Thompson, Dr Jude Carlyle, Dr George Woodson (Doctors), Sam Mitchell, Zoe Slater (EastEnders), Louise Appleton, Katie Addyman, Chloe Atkinson (Emmerdale), Yasmin Matthews, Gemma Craig, Lucy Day (Family Affairs), Izzy Cornwell, Becca Hayton, Dale Jackson (Hollyoaks)
Villain Brian Capron as Richard Hillman (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Terry Gibson, Dan Morrisey (Brookside), Richard Hillman, Aidan Critchley (Coronation Street), Angel Samson, Ethan Black (Crossroads), Kate McGuire, Liam McGuire (Doctors), Trevor Morgan, Phil Mitchell (EastEnders), Ray Mullan, Cain Dingle (Emmerdale), Pete Callan, Claire Toomey (Family Affairs), Scott Anderson, Laura Burns (Hollyoaks)
Comedy performance
Andrew Whyment (Coronation Street)
Spectacular scene of the year
Richard Hillman's confession (Coronation Street)
Newcomer
Jack McMullen (Brookside)
Onscreen partnership
Jack McMullen as Josh McLoughlin and Sarah White as his mother Bev McLoughlin (Brookside)
Dramatic performance
Sue Nicholls (Coronation Street)
Hero
Sue Nicholls (Coronation Street)
Storyline
Coronation Street's serial killer Richard Hillman
Exit
Brian Capron as Richard Hillman (Coronation Street)
Special achievement
Dean Sullivan (17 years as Jimmy Corkhill in Brookside)
Episode
Marlon and Trisha's failed wedding (Emmerdale)
  
2002 winners

Presented by Matthew Kelly.
British soap EastEnders
Actor Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
Actress Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo in EastEnders)
Sexiest male Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
Sexiest female Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater in EastEnders)
Villain Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan in EastEnders)
Comedy performance Malcolm Hebden (Norris Cole in Coronation Street)
Dramatic performance Raymond Quinn (bullied boy Anthony Murray in Brookside)
Hero Stuart Manning (Sam Armstrong in Night And Day)
Best exit Batley the dog (Emmerdale)
Newcomer Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan in EastEnders)
On-screen partnership June Brown and John Bardon (Dot and Jim Branning in EastEnders)
Best storyline The bullying of Anthony Murray (Brookside)
Spectacular scene of the year Adam and Mandy's car crash (Hollyoaks)
Best single episode Kat tells Zoe the truth (EastEnders)
Special achievement Tony Holland (co-creator of EastEnders)

2001 winners
Presented by Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan
British soap EastEnders
Actor Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
Actress Natalie Cassidy (Sonia Jackson in EastEnders)
Sexiest male Martin Kemp (Steve Owen in EastEnders)
Sexiest female Tamzin Outhwaite (Melanie Healy in EastEnders)
Villain Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell in EastEnders)
Comedy performance Sarah White (Bev McLoughlin in Brookside)
Dramatic performance Georgia Taylor (Toyah Battersby in Coronation Street)
Hero Clive Hornby (Jack Sugden in Emmerdale)
Best exit Naomi Radcliffe (Alison Webster in Coronation Street)
Newcomer Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater in EastEnders)
Best on-screen partnership Bill Tarmey and Elizabeth Dawn (Jack and Vera Duckworth in Coronation Street)
Best storyline Paul Fox, Jacqueline Chadwick, Johnny Briggs (Mark, Linda and Mike's love triangle in Coronation Street)
Spectacular scene of the year Clive Hornby and Kelvin Fletcher (Andy Sugden burning down the barn in Emmerdale)
Best single episode Coronation Street's live episode on Friday 8 December 2000
Special achievement Phil Redmond

Soaplife's Top 10 Soap Moments of 2004
1 Mad Maya's plot to kill ex-boyfriend Dev Alahan in Coronation Street
2 Jack Sugden being shot by adopted son Andy in Emmerdale.
3 Martin Fowler's one-night stand with Sarah in EastEnders
4 Dirty Den's return to Walford in EastEnders
5 Steph's attempt to poison her father Alan in Emmerdale
6 Tracy and Karen's fight in Coronation Street
7 Janine being framed for murder in EastEnders
8 Dennis Watts' love triangle with Sharon and Zoe in EastEnders
9 Alfie's discovery that Kat was cheating on him in EastEnders
10 Bombhead's breakdown in Hollyoaks

INSIDE SOAP AWARDS
2006
winners
Best soap EastEnders
Actor Bradley Walsh (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Steve McFadden (EastEnders); James Hooten (Emmerdale); Ross Kemp (EastEnders)
Actress Lacey Turner (EastEnders)
Also nominated –Ursula Holden-Gill (Emmerdale); Sarah Dunn (Hollyoaks); Kate Ford (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Coronation Street; Emmerdale; Hollyoaks; Home And Away; Neighbours
Sexiest Female Kara Tointon (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Debra Stephenson (Coronation Street); Samia Smith (Coronation Street); Patsy Kensit (Emmerdale)
Sexiest male Richard Fleeshman (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Tom Lister (Emmerdale); Ross Kemp (EastEnders); Bill Ward (Coronation Street)
Best family
the Mitchells (EastEnders)
Newcomer
Charlie Clements (Bradley Branning, EastEnders)
Funniest character
Anthony Cotto (Sean Tully, Coronation Street)
Bad boy
Bill Ward (Charlie Stubbs, Coronation Street)
Young actor
Ellis Hollins (Tom Cunningham, Hollyoaks)
Bitch
Patsy Kensit (Sadie King, Emmerdale)
Couple
Lacey Turner and Charlie Clements (EastEnders)
Best Dressed
Samia Smith (Coronation Street)
Storyline
Alice Dingle's death (Emmerdale)
Drama
The Bill
Outstanding achievement
– Helen Worth (Coronation Street)

2005 winners
Best soap – EastEnders
Actor Nigel Harman (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Bill Ward (Coronation Street), Shane Richie (EastEnders)
Jeff Hordley ( Emmerdale)
Actress Sally Lindsay (Coronation Street)
Also nominated –June Brown (EastEnders), Tracy-Ann Oberman (EastEnders), Leah Bracknell (Emmerdale)
Bad boy Bill Ward (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Stefan Dennis (Neighbours), David Easter (Family Affairs), Matt Healy (Emmerdale)
Bitch Kate Ford (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Natalie Bassingthwaite (Neighbours), Patsy Kensit (Emmerdale), Tracy-Ann Oberman (EastEnders)
Family The Dingles (Emmerdale)
Also nominated – The Millers (EastEnders), The Slaters (EastEnders),The Bishops (Neighbours)
Storyline Den's murder (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Maya's terror (Coronation Street), Katy kills her dad (Coronation Street), Debbie's pregnancy (Emmerdale)
Couple June Brown and John Bardon (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Anne Kirkbride and Bill Roache (Coronation Street), Wendi Peters and Bruce Jones (Coronation Street),Elizabeth Estensen and Clive Hornby (Emmerdale), Verity Rushworth and Mark Charnock (Emmerdale), Letitia Dean and Nigel Harman (EastEnders)
Newcomer Antony Cotton (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Joel Beckett (EastEnders), Lacey Turner (EastEnders), Matthew Bose (Emmerdale)
Young actor Charley Webb (Emmerdale)
Also nominated – Sam Aston (Coronation Street), Lacey Turner (EastEnders), Ellis Hollins (Hollyoaks)
Funniest star Antony Cotton (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Maggie Jones (Coronation Street), John Bardon (EastEnders), Ian Smith (Neighbours)
Sexiest female Samia Smith (Coronation Street)
Also nominated – Tina O'Brien (Coronation Street), Tracy-Ann Oberman (EastEnders), Michelle Ryan (EastEnders)
Sexiest male Nigel Harman (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Joel Beckett (EastEnders), Jeff Hordley (Emmerdale), Marcus Patric (Hollyoaks)
Best dressed Tracy-Ann Oberman (EastEnders)
Also nominated – Lorraine Chase (Emmerdale), Patsy Kensit (Emmerdale), Tina O'Brien (Coronation Street)
Outstanding achievement
– Letitia Dean (EastEnders)
Best drama – Bad Girls won the best drama prize.
2004
winners
British soap EastEnders
Actor Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman, EastEnders)
Actress June Brown (Dot Branning, EastEnders)
Young actor Sam Aston (Chesney Brown, Coronation Street)
Best couple Kat and Alfie Moon (Jessie Wallace and Shane Richie, EastEnders)
Best family The Moons (EastEnders)
Funniest character Andrew Whyment (Kirk Sutherland, Coronation Street)
Sexiest male Nigel Harman (Dennis Richman, EastEnders)
Sexiest female Suranne Jones (Karen McDonald, Coronation Street)
Bad boy Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle, Emmerdale)
Bitch Charlie Brooks (Janine Evans, EastEnders)
Newcomer Sam Aston (Chesney Brown, Coronation Street)
Most dramatic storyline Tracy Barlow/Steve McDonald baby secret (Coronation Street)
Best snog
Todd and Karl (Coronation Street)
Best drama
The Bill
Outstanding Achievement Sue Nicholls (Audrey Roberts, Coronation Street)
2003
winners
British soap EastEnders
Actor Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell, EastEnders)
Actress Leah Bracknell (Zoe Tate, Emmerdale)
Young actor Charley Webb (Debbie Jones, Emmerdale)
Best couple Karen and Steve McDonald (Suranne Jones and Simon Gregson, Coronation Street)
Best family The Moons (EastEnders)
Funniest character Shane Richie (Alfie Moon in EastEnders)
Sexiest male Shane Richie (Alfie Moon in EastEnders)
Sexiest female Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater, EastEnders)
Bad boy Richard Hillman (Brian Capron, Coronation Street)
Bitch Tracy Preston (Kate Ford, Coronation Street)
Newcomer Shane Richie (Alfie Moon in EastEnders)
Best dressed star Suranne Jones (Karen McDonald, Coronation Street)
Most dramatic storyline Richard Hillman's murders (Coronation Street)
Best drama
Bad Girls

2002
winners
British soap EastEnders
Actor Alex Ferns (Trevor Morgan, EastEnders)
Actress Kacey Ainsworth (Little Mo, EastEnders)
Young actor Raymond Quinn (Anthony Murray, Brookside)
Best couple Dot and Jim Branning (June Brown and John Bardon, EastEnders)
Funniest character Malcolm Hebden (Norris Brown in Coronation Street)
Sexiest male Jack Ryder (Jamie Mitchell, EastEnders)
Sexiest female Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater, EastEnders)
Bad boy Brian Capron (Richard Hillman, Coronation Street)
Bitch Suranne Jones (Karen McDonald, Coronation Street)
Newcomer Seamus Gubbins (Ray Mullan, Emmerdale)
Best dressed star Tracy Shaw (Coronation Street)
Most dramatic storyline Zoe Slater discovers Kat is her mother (EastEnders)
Drama The Bill
Lifetime achievement award Bill Tarmey and Elizabeth Dawn (Jack and Vera Duckworth, Coronation Street)

2001 winners
British soap EastEnders
Overseas soap Neighbours
Actor Martin Kemp (EastEnders)
Actress June Brown (EastEnders)
Young actor Jack P Shepherd (David Platt in Coronation Street)
Best couple Angela Lonsdale and Kevin Kennedy (Emma and Curly Watts in Coronation Street)
Funniest character Malcolm Hebden (Norris Brown in Coronation Street)
Sexiest male Michael Greco (Beppe di Marco in EastEnders)
Sexiest female Tracy Shaw (Maxine Peacock in Coronation Street)
Bad boy Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle in Emmerdale)
Bitch Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher in EastEnders)
Newcomer Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater in EastEnders)
Best exit Karen Drury (Susannah Morrissey in Brookside)
Most dramatic storyline Who shot Phil Mitchell? (EastEnders)
Lifetime achievement award Barbara Windsor (EastEnders)

 

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