Television drama Killing Eve dominates this year's Bafta nominations.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge's drama, starring Jodie Comer as a psychopathic killer and Sandra Oh as an MI5 operative, has bagged 14 nominations for the TV awards.
Fellow BBC drama A Very English Scandal, about politician Jeremy Thorpe's downfall, is also high in the nominations list with 12.
Ant and Dec have been nominated for best entertainment performance for Saturday Night Takeaway, despite Ant stepping down from presenting the show following his arrest for drink-driving.
The ITV show is also in the running for best entertainment program, alongside Britain's Got Talent, Strictly Come Dancing and Michael McIntyre's Big Show, while X Factor has been snubbed.
BBC thriller Bodyguard has five nominations and is up for drama series, alongside Killing Eve, Save Me and Informer.
The ancestral remains of 37 indigenous people will be returned to Australia from London's Natural History Museum.
Narungga community representatives from South Australia, Douglas Milera and Professor Peter Buckskin, travelled to the UK to attend the handover ceremony on Tuesday night Australian time.
They received the remains of an ancestor who will be cared for at the South Australian Museum until the community is ready to conduct a reburial ceremony.
The SA Museum will also look after another seven repatriated ancestral remains.
The remaining 29 ancestral remains will go to the National Museum of Australia until the Ngarrindjeri, Far West Coast, Kaurna and Flinders Ranges communities are ready to lay them to rest.
"This return is a significant event for our country," Arts Minister Mitch Fifield said in a statement distributed in Australia.