David Dickinson to be honoured at National Reality TV Awards with special gong

David Dickinson to be honoured at National Reality TV Awards with special gong

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David Dickinson MBE is set to be honoured at the 11th annual National Reality TV Awards 2022 with a special Outstanding Contribution to Television Award.

The English antique dealer and television presenter hosted BBC One show Bargain Hunt between 2000 and 2004.

He's since moved to ITV to front daytime show Dickinson's Real Deal which sees members of the public bringing antiques and collectables to sell to a dealer or take to the auction.

In April 2003, he hosted his own daytime chat show series The David Dickinson Show and in 2017, he presented David Dickinson's Name Your Price for ITV.

As well as receiving this special recognition award previously won by Dame Mary Berry, David is also nominated for Best TV Presenter for his show Dickinson's Real Deal and Celebrity Personality of the Year.

The Celebrity Personality of the Year category sees a plethora of talent go head to head including Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid, The 1% Club star Lee Mack, chef Ainsley Harriot, boxer Amir Khan, Strictly's Claudia Winkleman, former model Kelly Brook, EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt, Ready to Mingle host Katherine Ryan, Celebs Go Dating contestant Ulrika Jonsson and I'm A Celebrity 2021 runner-up Simon Gregson are among the list of celebrities in this category.

The 11th annual National Reality TV Awards will be taking place on Thursday, July 28 at the Porchester Hall in London.

Over 5.7 million submissions were received for this year’s nominations.

Members of the public decides the winners of each category by voting on the official NRTA website for their favourite shows, celebrities or participants.

The Best Reality TV Judge category sees Touker Suleyman (Dragon’s Den), Sir Alan Sugar (The Apprentice), David Walliams (BGT), Mary Berry (Celebrity Best Home Cook), Steven Bartlett (Dragon’s Den) go head to head with Esme Young (The Great British Sewing Bee), Deborah Meaden (Dragon’s Den), Val Garland (Glow up : Britain’s Next Make Up Star), Alesha Dixon (BGT) and Tom Jones (The Voice UK).

While the Best Docs-Series award could be won by Jay Blades’ Home Fix, London Lit, Extraordinary Extensions, Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father, Bangers & Cash, Sam & Billie: The Mummy Diaries, Dubai Hustle, Being Joel Corry, Idris Elba’s Fight School, Ferne McCann: First Time Mum, Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton, Ready to Mingle or Georgia & Tommy: Baby Steps.

Made in Chelsea will go up against The Only Way is Essex, First Dates, The Real Housewives of Cheshire, Ibiza Weekender, Escape to the Chateau, Gogglebox, London Lit, Catfish UK, Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton and MTV Cribs to be crowned Best Reality Non-Competition Show.

Britain’s Got Talent, Strictly Come Dancing, The Voice UK, The Masked Dancer UK, All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star, The Games, The Drop, Glow up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star and The Great British Sewing Bee will go head-to-head to win Best Reality Competition Show 2022.

Best Entertainment Show nominees are I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, Britain’s Got Talent, Ibiza Weekender, Celebs Go Dating, The Great British Bake Off, Race Across the World, Ex on the Beach, The Masked Dancer UK, Love Struck High, The Cabins and MTV Cribs.

Too Hot to Handle is up for the Best International Show award alongside Below Deck, Love is Blind, Selling Sunset, The Ultimatum – Marry or Move on, Young, Famous & African, Is it Cake? and I Am Georgina.

Best Food Show award category features Dinner Date, Steph’s Packed Lunch, Ainsley’s Good Mood Food, Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars, Love Bites, Bake Off: The Professionals, Sunday Brunch, Celebrity Best Home Cook and Big Zuu’s Breakfast Show.

TOWIE's Chloe Brockett, Amy Childs and Chloe Sims are all up against each other to be crowned Best Female Personality as well as Diva Forever icon Gemma Collins, Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton star Faryal Makhdoom, Celebs Go Dating's Ulrika Jonsson, The Apprentice 2022 winner Harpeet Kaur and Made in Chelsea bombshells Maeva D’Ascanio, Olivia Bentley and Paris Smith.

Escape to the Chateau star Dick Starbridge is in the running to be crowned Best Male Personality alongside Celebs Go Dating stars Abz Love and Paul Carrick Brunson, TOWIE's Pete Wicks, Dan Edger and Liam 'Gatsby' Blackwell, Made in Chelsea's James Taylor and Digby Edgley and The Apprentice star Tim Campbell.

Best Performance in a Reality TV Show gong could be picked up by Axel Blake (Britain’s Got Talent), Wes Nelson (The Games), Dita Von Teese (The Masked Dancer UK), Linda John Pierre (BGT), James Robb (The Voice UK), Maxwell Thorpe (BGT), Chantelle Padden (The Voice UK), Dane Bates Collective (BGT), The Freaks (BGT), Esther Cole (The Voice UK), Suzi Wild (BGT) or Craig Eddie (The Voice UK).

While Best Dating Show nominees are Romeo & Duet, Celebs Go Dating, First Dates, Dinner Date, Celebrity Ex on the Beach, Too Hot to Handle, Sexy Beasts, Naked Attraction, Secret Crush, Love Struck High, Dress to Impress and Five Dates a Week

The Apprentice is up for Best Business Show alongside Dragon’s Den, Escape to the Chateau, Extraordinary Extensions, All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star, Dickinson’s Real Deal, Four in a Bed, A Place in the Sun, Flog it! and Dubai Hustle.

Most Inspiring TV Show category features Good Morning Britain, Extraordinary Extensions, Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham, All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star, The Bridge, Great House giveaway, The Repair Shop, Loose Women, A Place in the Sun, Ferne McCann: First Time Mum, The Farming Life, Excess Baggage and Troy Deeney – Where’s My History?

Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid could go home with the Best TV Presenter award or it could go to Stephen Mulhern, Anne Hegerty, Cherry Healey, Jane McDonald, Rylan Clark, Oobah Butler, Tinie Tempah David Dickinson, Clara Amfo, Ainsley Harriott or Scarlett Moffatt.

The Reality Personality of the Year award could be handed to Dick Strawbridge (Escape to the Chateau), Jordan Davies (Ibiza Weekender), Harpreet Kaur (The Apprentice), Mike Boateng (Celebrity Ex on the Beach), Angel Strawbridge (Escape to the Chateau), Kathryn Louise Burn (The Apprentice), Nikita Jasmine (Celebs Go Dating), Kaz Crossley (Celebrity Ex on the Beach) or Paul Carrick Brunson (Celeb Go Dating).

The Chase is up for Best Game Show and will go up against Pointless, Countdown, Richard Osman’s House of Games, Catchphrase, Taskmaster, In for a Penny and Michael Mcintyre’s The Wheel.

ITV daytime shows Good Morning Britan, Lorraine and Loose Women will all battle to win the Best Talk Show award as well as The One Show, The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan, The Last Leg, The Big Narstie Show, Sunday Brunch and Jeremy Vine.

Best Social Experiment Show nominees are Too Hot To Handle, Romeo & Duet, Race Across the World, Sexy Beasts, Love Struck High, GoggleBox, Love Bites, Great British Sewing Bee and The Cabins.

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Studio Labert is up for the Best Production Company gong alongside Viacom International Studios UK, Cactus, Maverick TV, Love Productions, Wall to Wall Media, Ricochet and Fremantle Media.

Best Fashion & Makeup Show contenders are 10 Years Younger in 10 Days, Dress to Impress, Glow up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star, The Great British Sewing Bee, All That Glitters: Britain’s Next Jewellery Star, Inside Missguided: Made In Manchester, The Drop and Stitch, Please!

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