BAFTA WIN
Mackenzie has won the BAFTA for Television Craft in Comedy Writing for the first series of Detectorists. Additionally, he is nominated for the BAFTA Television Award for Best Comedy. Those awards are set to be presented on May 10th.

"I DON'T OFTEN GET TO PLAY A REGULAR GUY LIKE PETE IN ORDINARY LIES"
Mackenzie spoke to What's On TV about his role in Ordinary Lies.

BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE FUNDRAISER
Mackenzie will join fellow performers including Stewart Lee, Bridget Christie and Toby Jones at a "Phoenix Fundraiser" for Battersea Arts Centre following a fire that destroyed its grand hall.

ORDINARY LIES
BBC One has released the launch trailer for its 6-part drama series, Ordinary Lies, which takes place at a car showroom and features Mackenzie as an "enigmatic salesman, 'Paracetemol' Pete"

"THE DAY THAT CHANGED MY LIFE"
Mackenzie spoke with the Daily Mail about the impact landing the role of Gareth Keenan on The Office had on his life and career.

BROADCASTING PRESS GUILD AWARDS
The first series of Detectorists has received Best Actor, Best Writer and Best Comedy nominations in the BPG Awards.

MUSIC OF DETECTORISTS
Two original pieces from the show are now available from the composer's website.

COMEDY.CO.UK AWARDS
Detectorists was named Best New British Sitcom 2014 in the audience-voted awards.

DETECTORISTS RENEWED FOR A SECOND SERIES
The BBC 4 series created by Mackenzie Crook will return to television in 2015 for another six-episode run.

THE LOST JOURNALS OF BENJAMIN TOOTH - NOW AVAILABLE
The companion volume to Mackenzie's 2011 novel, The Windvale Sprites.
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