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Last Updated: Tuesday, 26 October, 2004, 11:04 GMT 12:04 UK
Dick and Dom up for Bafta double
Dick and Dom
Dick and Dom present Saturday morning TV on BBC
BBC TV presenters Dick and Dom have picked up two nominations for the children's Bafta awards for their show Dick and Dom in Da Bungalow.

The duo compete in the best presenter category as well as the entertainment section along with ITV's Globo Loco, Jungle Run and Five's Rad.

The awards, to be held on 28 November, will honour the best in films and TV.

Finding Nemo is up against Harry Potter, Shrek 2 and Lord of the Rings for best film.

Alongside Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood, aka Dick and Dom, in the presenter section are Michaela Strachan for Michaela's Wild Challenge, Otis for Short Change and Stephen Mulhern for Ministry of Mayhem.

Long-running comedy drama My Parents are Aliens will line-up alongside Bus Life: Bad Hair Day, Tracy Beaker and Featherboy in the drama category.

Children's vote

The animation section features The Blue Dragon, Brush Head, Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids and Metalheads.

The international contenders include Disney's Eight Simple Rules, Nickelodeon's Rugrats - All Grown Up and the BBC cartoon Watch My Chops.

The BBC's Newsround website is also up for an award in the interactive category, alongside the King Arthur CD-rom, Channel 4's Life Stuff and CBBC's (Nelly Nut Live! Interactive).

Children will be able to vote for their favourite film of the year from a shortlist of 10, from 1 November at www.kidsvote.net.

The shortlist includes School of Rock, Finding Nemo, Pirates of the Caribbean and Spider-Man 2.

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