Peaky Blinders has beaten Line of Duty and The Crown to be named the Best Drama Series at the TV BAFTAs in its fourth season.
Sean Bean was named the Best Actor for Broken, while the Best Actress BAFTA went to Molly Windsor for Three Girls, which was named the Best Mini-Series.
Murder in Successful won the Best Comedy Entertainment Programme prize, while the Best Scripted Comedy went to This Country, whose star Daisy May Cooper was named the Best Female Performer in a Comedy. The Best Male Performer in a Comedy was Toby Jones, for the Detectorists.
The Best Supporting Actor was Brian F O’Byrne for ITV’s Little Boy Blue, while Vanessa Kirby was named the Best Supporting Actress for her role as Princess Margaret in the Netflix drama The Crown.
Ant & Dec beat themselves to win the Best Entertainment Programme for Britain’s Got Talent, but only Declan Donnelly turned up to collect the award, after much publicised alcohol problems forced Ant McPartlin to withdraw from his presentation duties. The pair weren’t nominated for the Best Entertainment Performance though; that went to Graham Norton.
Love Island won the Best Reality BAFTA, Casualty was named the best soap, The Handmaid’s Tale picked up the award for the best International Programme and in a battle between Sky News and ITN, Sky took the Best News Coverage award for its reports on the Rohingya Crisis.
The only TV BAFTA winner chosen by viewers was the Must See TV Moment, which went to Blue Planet II for the scene showing a grieving mother pilot whale.
The recently retired sports commentator John Motson was given a special award and the former BBC foreign news correspondent Kate Adie was honoured with a BAFTA Fellowship.
And here is the full list of winners:
COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME
MURDER IN SUCCESSVILLE Andy Brereton, Avril Spary, James De Frond, Tom Davis – Shiny Button Productions / Tiger Aspect Productions / BBC Three
UNDERCOVER: BRITAIN’S IMMIGRATION SECRETS (PANORAMA) Karen Wightman, Joe Plomin, Callum Tulley, Gary Beelders – BBC Current Affairs / BBC One
PEAKY BLINDERS Production Team – Caryn Mandabach Productions / Tiger Aspect Productions / BBC Two
GRAHAM NORTON The Graham Norton Show – So Television / BBC One
ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME (i)
BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT Amelia Brown, Lee McNicholas, Richard Holloway, Charlie Irwin – Thames / Syco / ITV
AMBULANCE Jo Hughes, Bruce Fletcher, Kirsty Cunningham, Simon Ford – Dragonfly / BBC One
CRUISING WITH JANE McDONALD Production Team – Elephant House Studios / Channel 5
FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME
DAISY MAY COOPER This Country – BBC Studios Comedy / BBC Three
THE HANDMAID’S TALE Bruce Miller, Warren Littlefield, Kari Skogland – MGM / Channel 4
SEAN BEAN Broken – LA Productions / BBC One
MOLLY WINDSOR Three Girls – BBC Studios Drama / Studio Lambert / BBC One
WORLD WAR ONE REMEMBERED: PASSCHENDAELE Production Team – BBC Studios / BBC Two
MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME
TOBY JONES Detectorists – Channel X North / Treasure Trove Productions / Lola Entertainment / BBC Four
THREE GIRLS Nicole Taylor, Philippa Lowthorpe, Susan Hogg, Simon Lewis – BBC Studios Drama / Studio Lambert / BBC One
THE ROHINGYA CRISIS (SKY NEWS) Production Team – Sky News
REALITY & CONSTRUCTED FACTUAL
LOVE ISLAND Production Team – ITV Studios / Motion Content Group / ITV2
THIS COUNTRY Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper, Tom George, Simon Mayhew-Archer – BBC Studios Comedy / BBC Three
SHORT FORM PROGRAMME
MORGANA ROBINSON’S SUMMER Production Team – Merman / Sky Arts
SINGLE DOCUMENTARY (ii)
RIO FERDINAND: BEING MUM AND DAD Rio Ferdinand, Grant Best, Matt Smith, Martin Thompson – Only The Best Productions / BBC One
MURDERED FOR BEING DIFFERENT Aysha Rafaele, Scott Bassett, Paul Andrew Williams, Nick Leather – BBC Studios’ Documentary Unit / BBC Three
SOAP & CONTINUING DRAMA
CASUALTY Production Team – BBC Studios Continuing Drama / BBC One
SPECIALIST FACTUAL (iii)
BASQUIAT – RAGE TO RICHES David Shulman, Janet Lee – BBC Studios’ Documentary Unit / BBC Two
THE GRAND NATIONAL Paul McNamara, Richard Willoughby, Amy Lewin, Tony Cahalane – ITV Sport / ITV
BRÍAN F. O’BYRNE Little Boy Blue – ITV Studios / ITV
VANESSA KIRBY The Crown – Left Bank Pictures / Netflix
VIRGIN TV’S MUST-SEE MOMENT (voted for by the public)
BLUE PLANET II Mother Pilot Whale Grieves – BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit / BBC Worldwide / Open University / WDR/ BBC America / Tencent / France Televisions / CCTV9 / BBC One