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Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards 2018 winners announced

The Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards took place last night at the Royal Festival Hall with host Sue Perkins presiding over the evening.

Presenters over the night included Anita Rani, Ashley Walters, Bradley Walsh, Clare Balding, Claudia Winkleman, Dermot O’Leary, Emma Willis, Greg Davies, Jodie Whittaker, Joely Richardson, John Bishop, Martin Freeman, Michelle Keegan, Sir Mo Farah, Nish Kumar, Noel Clarke, Ore Oduba, Victoria Derbyshire and Wunmi Mosaku.

The winners were led by mockumentary This Country and hard-hitting drama Three Girls, both of which picked up two awards.

Sean Bean won Leading Actor for drama series Broken and Molly Windsor took home Leading Actress for Three Girls. Vanessa Kirkby won Support Actress for The Crown and Brian F O’Byrne picked up Support Actor for Little Boy Blue.

The full list of winners for the evening were:

Leading actress
Molly Windsor – Three Girls

Leading actor
Sean Bean – Broken

Supporting actress
Vanessa Kirby – The Crown

Supporting actor
Brian F O’Byrne – Little Boy Blue

Entertainment performance
Graham Norton – The Graham Norton Show

Male performance in a comedy programme
Toby Jones – Detectorists

Female performance in a comedy programme
Daisy May Cooper – This Country

Drama series
Peaky Blinders

Single drama
Murdered for Being Different

Mini-series
Three Girls

Soap and continuing drama
Casualty

International
The Handmaid’s Tale

Entertainment programme
Britain’s Got Talent

Comedy and comedy entertainment programme
Murder in Successville

Scripted comedy
This Country

Features
Cruising with Jane McDonald

Must-see moment
Blue Planet II – Mother pilot whale grieves

Current affairs
Undercover: Britain’s Immigration Secrets (Panorama)

Single documentary
Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum and Dad

Factual series
Ambulance

Reality and constructed factual
Love Island

Specialist factual
Basquiat – Rage to Riches

News coverage
The Rohingya Crisis (Sky News)

Sport
The Grand National (ITV Sport/ITV)

Live event
World War One Remembered: Passchendaele

Short-form programme
Morgana Robinson’s Summer

BAFTA fellowship
Kate Adie

Special Award
John Motson

Pip Ellwood-Hughes
Pip Ellwood-Hughes
Pip is the Editor of Entertainment Focus and the Managing Director of agency Piñata Media.

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