Liquid Soap covers everything from relationships and fights, to politics
A new Bath-based, online TV soap opera has been shortlisted for a Royal Television Society award.
Bath Spa University's Liquid Soap project has been nominated for a Student Television award, after only its first season online.
The programme is set in the toilets of the cafe at a fictional university and was produced during the summer of 2009.
Since its October launch, over 90,000 people have visited the website and thousands have viewed the episodes.
Liquid Soap is produced with the guidance and professional expertise of former EastEnders producer/director Chris Jury, and Touch Films producer Nic Jeune.
The project has recently been taken over by Bath Spa University Students' Union.
It will be the first programme to be produced by their new BSUTV society, which intends to create a range of programmes for internet broadcast.
The set has been installed at Endemol Studios in Bristol and series two is currently being prepared for filming in March.
Chris Jury said: "It is fantastic that the imagination and hard work that has gone into creating Liquid Soap is being recognised by the Royal Television Society - the whole team is delighted."
Liquid Soap is on a shortlist of three for the Royal Television Society's regional award for fictional programmes made by students.
The winner will be announced at the RTS awards evening at the Picture House in Clifton, Bristol on Thursday, 11 February 2010.