BAFTA TV Awards for Skills Fund contributors

Congratulations to the productions and broadcasters that have won at the BAFTA TV Awards.

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Many thanks to the big winners at the BAFTA TV Awards who all contributed to the High-end TV Skills Fund to support training in the industry.

With three awards, Killing Eve was the biggest victor including beating fellow Skills Fund contributors Informer and Bodyguard to the best series honour.  Bodyguard received the award for the year’s must-see moment. Patrick Melrose went head-to-head with Mrs Wilson, Kiri and A Very English Scandal to win best mini-series.

Congratulations to:

  • Killing Eve: drama series
  • Killing Eve: leading actress (Jodie Comer)
  • Killing Eve: supporting actress (Fiona Shaw)
  • Patrick Melrose: mini-series
  • Patrick Melrose: leading actor (Benedict Cumberbatch)
  • Bodyguard: must-see moment (the assassination of Julia Montague)

The BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5 contribute to the Television Skills Fund, which invests in training and skills for television, including documentaries, entertainment and other non-scripted TV genres.

All three broadcasters were nominated for honours, with the BBC and Channel 4 winning in various categories including current affairs (Myanmar’s Killing Fields: Dispatches: Channel 4) and specialist factual (Suffragettes with Lucy Worsley: BBC One).

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