it's a sin

The Bafta-nominated actor talks moving on from Colin, lessons from the pandemic and why his Cabaret character made him think of Boris Johnson.
The It's A Sin creator was critical of the UK government during an interview with the BBC at this year's TV Baftas.
The writer didn’t hold back as he collected an award for It’s A Sin at this year’s South Bank Sky Arts Awards.
"Pride transcends borders and transcends communities... it gives people hope."
"I don’t know what it is about a closeted gay Asian man in South London being in love with a hot Daniel Day-Lewis, but My Beautiful Laundrette resonated big time."
Despite landing more nominations than any other show, It's A Sin didn't pick up a single award during Sunday's ceremony.
"He wanted to pick it up in the present day and say, ‘Look, there are still so many people out there who need some kind of protection’."
Alison Hammond is also up for her first Bafta, with Time, Help and Too Close in the running for multiple awards.
Squid Game, Married At First Sight and Motherland were also among our top TV picks of the year.
Olly Alexander and Lydia West are among the cast members putting their baking skills to the test.