Hugh Grant's 'A Very English Scandal' Wins Big at 2019 Bafta TV Craft Awards
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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.

AceShowbiz - Hugh Grant's TV mini-series "A Very English Scandal" triumphed at the Bafta TV Craft Awards in London on Sunday, April 28, picking up three top honours.

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.

Sandra Oh's drama "Killing Eve", which went into the ceremony with nine nominations, picked up two wins, for Original Music and Sound: Fiction, while Benedict Cumberbatch's acclaimed series "Patrick Melrose" 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, "Patrick Melrose" – Two Cities / SunnyMarch / Little Island Productions / Sky Atlantic
  • Breakthrough Talent: Akemnji Ndifornyen (Composer, Producer and Writer), "Famalam" – BBC Studios / BBC Three
  • Costume Design: Suzanne Cave, "A Very English Scandal" – Blueprint Pictures/BBC One
  • Director (Factual): Ben Anthony, "Grenfell" – Minnow Films / BBC One
  • Director (Fiction): Stephen Frears, "A Very English Scandal" – Blueprint Pictures / BBC One
  • 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, "A Very English Scandal" – Blueprint Pictures / BBC One
  • 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, "Vanity Fair" – Mammoth Screen / ITV
  • Original Music: David Holmes, Keefus Ciancia, "Killing Eve" – Sid Gentle Films / BBC One
  • Photography (Factual): Lindsay McCrae, "Dynasties: Emperor" – BBC Studios / BBC One
  • Photography & Lighting (Fiction): Woo Hyung Kim, "The Little Drummer Girl" – The Ink Factory / 127 Wall / BBC / AMC / BBC One
  • Production Design: Tom Burton, "Patrick Melrose" – Two Cities / SunnyMarch / Little Island Productions / Sky Atlantic
  • Sound (Factual): Sound Team "Later Live...with Jools Holland" – BBC Studios / BBC Two
  • Sound (Fiction): Sound Team "Killing Eve" – Sid Gentle Films / BBC One
  • 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
  • Writer (Comedy): Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper, "This Country" – BBC Studios / BBC Three

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