STARS are gearing up for Sunday night’s Bafta TV awards, which take place at London’s Royal Festival Hall.

A number of Scottish actors are up for awards in a range of categories with Succession, starring Scottish actor Brian Cox, leading the way in nominations alongside Happy Valley.

The awards will be hosted by comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan will present the ceremony.

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Here’s all you need to know.

How can I watch tonight’s Baftas?

The ceremony will be broadcast live on BBC One at 7pm, although does take place slightly earlier in the day so some sections of the ceremony can be edited down.

If you’re keen to avoid figuring out who wins in advance of the broadcast, it’s worth avoiding social media and the internet for a few hours.

Which Scottish actors have been nominated?

A number of Scottish actors are up for awards, including Cox for his role as Logan Roy (below) in the hit drama succession.

The National:

The final series of the show aired last year with the Scottish actor previously picking up a Golden Globe for his role in 2020.

A key moment in the show’s final season which heavily involved Cox has also been nominated for the Memorable Moment award.

Elsewhere, Jack Lowden (below) has been nominated for his role as River Cartwright in the Apple TV drama Slow Horses.

The National:

He stars in the spy series alongside Oscar-winner Gary Oldman and has previously won at the Bafta Scotland awards for his roles in Calibre and Benediction.

Former Doctor Who star David Tennant (below) has also picked up a nomination in the Best Male Comedy Performance category for his role in Good Omens.

The National:

The Broadchurch actor starred in the Amazon Prime show alongside Michael Sheen with the third and final season to film in Scotland.

In the Memorable Moment category, there is also a nomination for Scottish actor Ncuti Gatwa’s reveal as the 15th Doctor – an episode he starred in alongside Tennant.