BAFTA Memoriam Tribute criticised for Bernard Cribbins omission

Viewers have slammed Bafta for not including the late Bernard Cribbins from their ‘stars that we lost’ feature in their awards ceremony on Sunday night.Every year, the independent British arts charity pays tribute at the glitzy event to the stars who died over the past 12 months.But Cribbins, a legend of stage and screen, who died last July at age 94, was left out of the in memoriam slot, which did feature the likes of Anne Heche, Olivia Newton-John, William Hurt and Robbie Coltrane.