BBC comedy ‘This Country’ and mini-series ‘Three Girls’ lead the winners at this year’s TV BAFTA awards.
Both shows came away with two gongs at Sunday (13 May) night’s ceremony.
‘This Country’ won for Best Scripted Comedy and Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme for its star Daisy May Cooper.
Meanwhile, ‘Three Girls’ was awarded the prize for Best Mini Series, while its star Molly Windsor was named Best Leading Actress.
Despite being nominated for three awards, ‘The Crown’ only came away with one gong for Best Supporting Actress for Vanessa Kirby, who played Princess Margaret in the Netflix series.
‘Line Of Duty’, which was also nominated for three awards, failed to pick up a single one.
There were also some surprise wins for ‘Love Island’ and ‘Cruising With Jane McDonald’, picking up Best Reality And Constructed Factual and Best Features respectively, with Jane serving up the moment of the night as she accepted the award.
Other winners on the night included ‘Britain’s Got Talent’, ‘Casualty’, ‘Peaky Blinders’, Rio Ferdinand and Graham Norton.
Check out the full list below with the winners marked in bold....
Line of Duty
The End Of The F***Ing World
Comedy Entertainment Programme
Murder in Successville
The Last Leg
Would I Lie To You?
Adrian Dunbar - Line of Duty
Anupam Kher - The Boy with The Topknot
Brían F. O’Byrne - Little Boy Blue
Jimmi Simpson - USS Callister (Black Mirror)
Reality & Constructed Factual
Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds
The Real Full Monty
Anna Friel - Broken
Julie Hesmondhalgh - Broadchurch
Liv Hill - Three Girls
Vanessa Kirby - The Crown
Basquiat - Rage to Riches
Blitz: The Bombs That Changed
Britain Blue Planet II
Elizabeth I’s Secret Agents
Cruising with Jane McDonald
No More Boys and Girls: Can Our Kids Go Gender Free?
The Secret Life of the Zoo
Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
Asim Chaudhry - People Just Do Nothing
Rob Brydon - The Trip to Spain
Samson Kayo - Famalam
Toby Jones - Detectorists
Virgin TV’s Must-See Moment
Blue Planet II
Game of Thrones
Line of Duty
One Love Manchester
Soap & Continuing Drama
Adam Hills - The Last Leg
Graham Norton - The Graham Norton Show
Michael McIntyre - Michael Mcintyre’s Big Show
Sandi Toksvig - QI
Chris Packham: Asperger’s and Me
Louis Theroux, Talking to Anorexia
One Deadly Weekend in America
Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum and Dad
Female Performance in a Comedy Programme
Anna Maxwell Martin - Motherland
Daisy May Cooper - This Country
Sharon Horgan – Catastrophe
Sian Gibson - Peter Kay’s Car Share
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Britain’s Got Talent
Michael McIntyre’s Big Show
The Voice UK
Jack Rowan - Born to Kill
Joe Cole - Hang The DJ (Black Mirror)
Sean Bean - Broken
Tim Pigott-Smith - King Charles III
Claire Foy - The Crown
Molly Windsor - Three Girls
Sinead Keenan - Little Boy Blue
Thandie Newton - Line of Duty
Raped: My Story
Syria’s Disappeared: The Case Against Assad (Dispatches)
Undercover: Britain’s Immigration Secrets (Panorama)
White Right: Meeting The Enemy (Exposure)
Catching A Killer
Big Little Lies
Feud: Bette and Joan
The Handmaid’s Tale
The Vietnam War
ITV News Election 2017 Live: The Results
One Love Manchester
Wild Alaska Live
World War One Remembered: Passchendaele
The Battle for Mosul (Sky News)
The Grenfell Tower Fire (Channel 4 News)
The Grenfell Tower Fire (ITV News at Ten)
The Rohingya Crisis (Sky News)
Short Form Programme
Eating with My Ex
Morgana Robinson’s Summer
Against The Law
Hang The DJ (Black Mirror)
King Charles III
Murdered for Being Different
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