BAFTA viewers 'switch off' over confusion over 'canned laughter'

Taking to Twitter to share their thoughts, viewers thought that it was “canned laughter and applause”, however, a spokesperson for BAFTA has confirmed that it was a live audience watching the programme. One unimpressed viewer commented: “Switch off the canned audience it’s distracting

BAFTA viewers ‘switch off’ over ‘terrible’ element

Taking to Twitter to share their thoughts, one unimpressed viewer commented: “Switch off the canned audience it’s distracting and like a black mirror episode!” “This canned laughter on the #BAFTA are making this unwatchable,” another tweeted. A third added: “This canned laughter

Bafta awards to go ahead without Prince William

The Duke of Cambridge, who is president of Bafta, was due to feature last night in a pre-recorded conversation with costume designer Jenny Beavan and makeup and hair designer Sharon Martin. And tonight he was to deliver a speech via video, celebrating