British actors Toby Jones and Sheridan Smith will compete for top trophies at the U.K.'s upcoming Royal Television Society Programme Awards next month (Mar15).

The Hunger Games star is up for the best actor title for his role in Tv movie Marvellous, going up against Tom Hollander for The Poet and Adeel Akhtar for Utopia, while Smith lands a nomination in the best actress category for her portrayal of 1960s singer Cilla Black in the Tv series Cilla. She will compete against British actresses Sarah Lancashire (Happy Valley) and Georgina Campbell (Murdered By My Boyfriend).

Fargo, True Detective and The Big Bang Theory will go head-to-head for the International title while Chris O'Dowd's Tv series Moone Boy, which he created, co-writes and stars in, is up for a Scripted Comedy prize.

Other nominees include funnyman Billy Connolly for the Presenter prize for his documentary Billy Connolly's Big Send Off, Maggie Gyllenhaal's series The Honourable Women for Drama Serial, while Peaky Blinders, starring Cillian Murphy, will compete for the Drama Series title against Happy Valley and Line of Duty.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on 17 March (15).