What's Soap's Greatest Moment? Vote now in The British Soap Awards 2018 which is this year being shown live!

What's Soap's Greatest Moment? Vote now in The British Soap Awards 2018 which is this year being shown live!

What’s On TV and Soaplife are official partners of The British Soap Awards 2018 - vote in a brand new category, Greatest Moment

ITV has revealed that the British Soap Awards will return in June and for the first time will be shown live.

You can vote here for your favourite stars as the shortlists have now been revealed plus the nominations for a special one-off category – Greatest Moment – marking the 20th anniversary of the British Soap Awards.

Here are the British Soap Awards 2018 Greatest Moment nominations…

Coronation Street - Richard Hillman Drives His Family Into Canal (2003)

Greatest Moment - Hilman drives canal

Doctors – Vivien’s Rape (2008)

Vivien Rape Doctors

EastEnders – “You Ain’t My Mother (2001)

Zoe & KatKat tells Zoe she is her mumwk 40TX 01.10.01

Emmerdale – Hotten By-Pass Crash (2016)

Emmerdale crash

Hollyoaks – Jade Says Goodbye to Alfie (2016)


Remember the shortlists are now live, so in the Best Actor category Corrie’s Jack Shepherd (David Platt) will compete against another Street favourite Connor McIntyre (Phelan), while the other nominees are Emmerdale’s Ryan Hawley (Robert Sugden) and Michael Parr (Ross Barton), plus Hollyoaks actor Theo Graham (Hunter McQueen).

The other viewer voter categories are Best Actress and Best British Soap (last year won by Emmerdale).

You can also vote using the forms that you will find in What’s On TV and Soaplife magazines. Voting is open now and closes 9pm on May 25th, 2018.

The awards, which will take place in London at the Hackney Empire, will again be hosted by Phillip Schofield.

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