BBC Birmingham looks set to sweep the board at this year's Midland Royal Television Society Awards, with multiple nominations for its news coverage, drama Dalziel & Pascoe and daytime soap Doctors.
Episodes of Doctors, Grease Monkeys and Dalziel & Pascoe are all nominated for Best Drama, while hard-hitting documentary 30 Years On: The Birmingham Bombings, made by BFM Productions for BBC West Midlands, is nominated for Best Independent Programme, alongside BBC1's Star Portraits with Rolf Harris and Channel 4's Days and Nights in an Indian Jail.
BBC West Midlands Inside Out Special: Siege Village- the inside story about animal rights protesters targeting Darley Oaks guinea pig farm in Newchurch in Staffordshire - is shortlisted for best current affairs programme.
It will be up againstHunting: A Midlands Today News Special , Central News West, and Conflicts: Iran, by BBC Birmingham.
Controversial BBC Birmingham documentary Marrying My Cousin, about an Asian man from Sparkhill, is among five shows nominated for Best Specialist Factual Programme.
Nominations for Best Actor include Hugh Quarshie in The Afternoon Play: The Good Citizen, Ben Jones in Doctors, and both Colin Buchanan and Warren Clarke in Dalziel & Pascoe, all made by BBC Birmingham.
The Best New Talent award could go to Phil Nodding, a scriptwriter for series two and three of Channel 4's Shameless, Dan Jones of Maverick Television for Channel 4's Ideas Factory, series producer at BBC Birmingham Ellena Stojanovic, or Dalziel & Pascoe actress Naomi Bentley.
The Royal Television Society regional awards honour the best programmes produced, commissioned or creatively controlled by a Midlands based company.
The winners will be known on Saturday 8 October in a ceremony hosted by TV's Brian Conley at Birmingham's ICC.