has picked up seven nominations for the upcoming Bafta Academy Television Craft Awards.
The Channel 4/Granada production is in the running for costume design, editing fiction/entertainment, make-up and hair design, original television music, photography and lighting fiction/entertainment, production design, and sound fiction/entertainment.
Other productions lining up for the accolades include The Long Firm
, which has picked up five nominations, Spooks
with four and The Boy Whose Skin Fell Off
, Dirty Filthy Love
, British Isles: A Natural History
, and Himalaya with Michael Palin
with three each.
Little Britain, Elmina's Kitchen
have two apiece.
One category The Boy Whose Skin Fell Off
is in the running for is new director factual, which may see the programme's director, Patrick Collerton, pick up another accolade, following his recent award at the Royal Television Society.
Actress Sarah Lancashire's directorial debut for the Afternoon Plays strand on BBC1 - Viva Las Blackpool
- sees her pick up a nomination in the new director fiction category.
The awards, which recognise creative talent behind the camera, will be held on Sunday 8 May at The Dorchester in London.