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Doctor Who has received multiple nominations for the 2014 Hugo Awards.

The Name of the Doctor, The Day of the Doctor and The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot have all been nominated in the ‘Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form’ category.

An Adventure in Space and Time has been nominated in the ‘Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form’ category and ‘The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who’ in the ‘Best Graphic Story’ field.

Steven Moffat commented: “For Doctor Who to receive three Hugo nominations in its anniversary year is completely thrilling. We are all over the moon. I’m particularly pleased about The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot as that was my acting debut. I remain available for any parts requiring a black jumper and slightly unrealistic hair.”

The winners will be announced on Sunday, 17th August 2014 at The Hugo Awards ceremony.

Stars of six of the biggest TV shows of last year will be appearing on The One Show this evening.

John Hurt is among those appearing, in an attempt to grab viewers’ votes for this year’s BAFTA Radio Times Audience Awards.

Hurt has filmed a special segment for Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special, The Day of the Doctor, which will be shown at some point during tonight’s hour-long One Show special.

Other shows included in the same category are Broadchurch, Breaking Bad, The Great British Bake Off, Gogglebox and Educating Yorkshire.

This evening’s special of The One Show airs tonight at 7pm on BBC One.

‘The Day of the Doctor’ has been nominated in the ‘Best of British’ category at the 2014 Freesat Awards.

The awards celebrate the absolute best programme or series on the UK’s free-to-air TV channels, and the winner will be decided by a panel of industry experts.

The full list of nominees are as follows:

Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor - BBC One

Sherlock – BBC One

Strictly Come Dancing – BBC One

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway – ITV

Downton Abbey – ITV

The winner will be announced on Tuesday, 17th June 2014.

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