Amazon Meanwhile, Sandra Oh-starring 'Killing Eve' only manages to secure two trophies from its nine nominations, and Benedict Cumberbatch's 'Patrick Melrose' walks away with one.
's TV mini-series " Hugh Grant " triumphed at the Bafta TV Craft Awards in London on Sunday, April 28, picking up three top honours.
A Very English Scandal
The series, based on British politician Jeremy Thorpe's homosexuality scandal, landed Costume Design and Editing: Fiction prizes, while Stephen Frears walked away with the Director: Fiction gong.
's drama " Sandra Oh ", which went into the ceremony with nine nominations, picked up two wins, for Original Music and Sound: Fiction, while Killing Eve 's acclaimed series " Benedict Cumberbatch " won the Production Design award.
There were also wins for
Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper (Writer: Comedy for "This Country"), composer, producer and writer Akemnji Ndifornyen (Breakthrough Talent for "Famalam"), and script supervisor Emma Thomas (Special Award).
Here the winners list:
Writer (Drama) : David Nicholls, "
" – Two Cities / SunnyMarch / Little Island Productions / Sky Atlantic Patrick Melrose Breakthrough Talent:
Akemnji Ndifornyen (Composer, Producer and Writer), "Famalam" – BBC Studios / BBC Three Costume Design: Suzanne Cave, "
" – Blueprint Pictures/BBC One A Very English Scandal Director (Factual): Ben Anthony, "Grenfell" – Minnow Films / BBC One
Director (Fiction): Stephen Frears, "
" – Blueprint Pictures / BBC One A Very English Scandal Director (Multi-Camera): Barbara Wiltshire, "Inside No.9 Live: Dead Line" – BBC Studios / BBC Two
Editing (Factual): Will Gilbey, "Bros: After the Screaming Stops" – Fulwell 73 / BBC Four
Editing (Fiction): Pia Di Ciaula, "
" – Blueprint Pictures / BBC One A Very English Scandal Entertainment Craft Team: Nigel Catmur, David Cole, Kate Dawkins, Kevin Duff, "The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance" – BBC Studios / BBC One
Make Up & Hair Design: Vickie Lang, "
" – Mammoth Screen / ITV Vanity Fair Original Music:
David Holmes, Keefus Ciancia, " " – Sid Gentle Films / BBC One Killing Eve Photography (Factual): Lindsay McCrae, "Dynasties: Emperor" – BBC Studios / BBC One
Photography & Lighting (Fiction): Woo Hyung Kim, "
" – The Ink Factory / 127 Wall / BBC / AMC / BBC One The Little Drummer Girl Production Design: Tom Burton, "
" – Two Cities / SunnyMarch / Little Island Productions / Sky Atlantic Patrick Melrose Sound (Factual): Sound Team "Later Live...with
" – BBC Studios / BBC Two Jools Holland Sound (Fiction): Sound Team "
" – Sid Gentle Films / BBC One Killing Eve Special, Visual & Graphic Effects: Adam McInnes, John Smith, Kevin Horsewood, "Troy: Fall of a City" – Wild Mercury / Kudos / BBC One
Titles & Graphic Identity: Smith & Foulkes, Mark Roalfe, "BBC Winter Olympics - The Fearless are Here" – BBC Sport / Nexus Studios / Y&R / BBC One
Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper, "This Country" – BBC Studios / BBC Three