Update: According to the BAFTA website, the program will actually start at 7pm GMT, and the winners will be announced LIVE on twitter and other social media formats that BAFTA hosts. The award show itself will air two-hours later on BBC at 9pm GMT, therefore, this means that the chat will start 2 hours earlier at 2pmEST/11am PST.
Winner Updates: Live Vs.Watching the Show
07 February 14
BAFTA's Film and Television Awards are not broadcast live, so depending on whether you want to be among the first to know the winners or you’d rather watch the television show unspoiled, here are the key facts on how to get the most out of the night.The EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony will take place at London’s Royal Opera House, on Sunday 16 February at 7pm. At 9pm the ceremony will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC One HD.
We’ll be announcing the winners live on the bafta website and across our social networks but we don’t want to spoil the suspense for those of you tuning in to the TV show, so here's the setup so you don't run into any surprises...
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