Here's the relevant extract from the article (link below):
Longevity is also honoured, though. While the organisers and broadcasters of the event are officially neutral about who wins, Bafta and BBC One – which screens the award ceremony on 14 May – will be hoping, for red-carpet dazzle, that Mick Jagger attends, after receiving a first Bafta TV nomination in best music (fiction) for his theme tune for Slow Horses
. Five nominations for that Apple TV+ adaptation of Mick Herron’s novels about low-achieving spies sees the IT pioneer’s television arm challenging giants such as the BBC and Netflix.