Theatre, Film and TV  |  Feb 8, 2018

Nicole Taylor’s Three Girls wins Best Drama Series

Nicole Taylor’s hard-hitting miniseries about the Rochdale abuse ring bagged the prestigious Best Drama Series at the 2018 Broadcast Awards, celebrating the very best in British television. 

Three Girls, Nicole Taylor’s three part drama for the BBC, provides a gripping, damning dramatisation of the Rochdale child grooming scandal, which was made public in 2012 and eventually resulted in the conviction of nine men.

"Tremendous credit is due to Nicole Taylor, whose dramatization conveys the unspeakable facts while maintaining a respectful distance” The Telegraph

“It does what everyone and everything –including the investigation – failed to do: it focuses on the abused rather than the abusers…Powerful and important” The Guardian 

“Powerful and sensitive” 
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“A shattering public enquiry” The Arts Desk 

Nicole Taylor is a writer for film and TV. Her previous works include the multi-BAFTA nominated single drama The C Word produced for BBC1 and starring Sheridan Smith. Her original feature Country Music is approaching release and is produced by Faye Ward, with backing from BFI, Creative Scotland and Film Four. 

A trailer for Three Girls is available to watch on BBC’s iPlayer. For more information about the Broadcast Awards and to see the full list of winners click here.