BAFTA TV Awards 2022: see the full list of winners and nominees

The winners of the British Academy Television Craft Awards 2022 were presented at an in-person event at The Brewery in London early this morning.

Russell T. Davies Channel 4 series It’s a sin and Sky Atlantic landscapers led the nominations for these awards with five nominations each, followed by Channel 4’s We are lady pieces and the bbc A Very British Scandal with four each. All the major UK broadcasters, including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, have nominations, as does pay-TV operator Sky, as well as streamers Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV+.

The awards were presented by actor, comedian and television presenter Mel Giedroyc.

We are lady piecesa musical comedy about an all-female Muslim punk band, won big, and a poignant moment at the ceremony was at the acceptance speech for Writer: Comedy, when creator Nida Manzoor thanked Channel 4 for believing in the show, when it had been broadcast by all the other stations.

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PC Williams, Nida Manzoor and Aisha Bywaters pose with their awards at the 2022 BAFTA TV Awards. (Dave Benett/Getty Images)MOREHIDE

BAFTA TV Awards 2022 Nominees and Winners:

Emerging Talent: Fiction, Sponsored by Sara Putt Associates

WINNER: Adjani Salmon (Writer) — dreaming of being black — Big Deal Films/BBC Three

Nathan Bryon (Writer) bloods — Roughcut TV, Sky Studios/Sky One

Nida Manzoor (writer/director) — We are lady pieces – Job title Television / Channel 4

Runyararo Mapfumo (Director) – Sex education – Eleven Movie/Netflix

Emerging Talent: Factual

WINNER: Adam Brown (Director) — Into the Storm: Surf to Survive (Storyville) — Raw TV/BBC 4

Hugh Davies (Producer) — The darkest secret of football: the end of silence — Insight TWI, Passion Pictures, Muchísimo, Ventureland/BBC One

Poppy Begum (Director) — rap queens — Acme Films/Channel 4

Sophie Cunningham (Director/Producer) — look away Top Hat Productions/Sky Documentaries

Montage: Fiction

WINNER: Sarah Brewerton— It’s a sin — Red Production Company/Channel 4

Andrew John Mclelland— line of duty — World Productions/BBC One

Dominic Strevens— A Very British Scandal — Blueprint Television/BBC One

Ellen Pierce-Lewis landscapers — Sister, South Of The River Pictures/Sky Atlantic

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The Most Memorable Awards Show Moments of All Time

Edition: factual

WINNERS: Danny Collins, Mark Hammill — 9/11: Inside the President’s War Room — Desire/arthouse films/BBC One

Anne Price — 2020 pandemic —Keo Films/BBC Two

Doug Bryson— Mortimer and Whitehouse: I went fishing — The Power of the Owl/BBC Two

Emma Lysaght— Grenfell: The Untold Story — BBC/Channel 4 studios

Titles and Graphic Identity

WINNERS: Tim Jones, James Cross, Fantasista Utamaro, Ron Chakraborty, Kenji Kawai, Factory Fifteen – Tokyo 2020 — BBC Sport, Nexus Studios/BBC One

Ceri Sampson, Adam Wells, Steve Waugh. Lions Series: South Africa 2021 — Sky Creative, Gotgotneed, Coffee & TV/Sky Sports Action

Hello Yes, Gary Redford — All creatures great and small — Playground Television UK/Channel 5

Paul Mcdonnell, Hugo Moss, Ben Hanbury, Tamsin Mcgee. Around the world in 80 days — Slim Film + Television, Federation Entertainment/BBC One

Costume Design

WINNER: PC Williams — We are lady pieces – Job title Television / Channel 4

Adam Howe— The snake (Episode 1) — Mammoth Screen/BBC One

Ian Fulcher— A Very British Scandal — Blueprint Pictures/BBC One

Sinead Kidao – the search for love — Moonage Pictures, Open Book Productions, Amazon Studios/BBC One

Photography and Lighting: Fiction, sponsored by Screenskills High-End Television Skills Fund

WINNER: Erik Wilson— landscapers — Sister, South Of The River Pictures/Sky Atlantic

friend james- Your Honor — Moonshot Entertainment, King Size Productions, CBS Studios/Sky Atlantic

Mark Wolf — Weather — BBC Studios/BBC One

Oli Russell- Sex education — Eleven Movie/Netflix

Photo: Factual, sponsored by The Farm

WINNER: James Incledon— Liverpool drug dealers – Burst! Sky Movies/Documents

Doug Anderson, Alex Vail— Tiny World (Reef) — Plimsoll Productions/Apple TV+

John Shier, Dawson Dunning— Earth at night in color — Descendants Movies/Apple TV+

Phil Grabsky, Shoaib Sharifi— My childhood, my country – 20 years in Afghanistan — Seventh Art Productions/ITV

Makeup and Hair Design

WINNER: Deb Watson, Barrie Gower, Sarah Gower — The Wizard — Cinesite, Hivemind, Platige Image, Pioneer Stilking Images/Netflix

Catherine Scoble— A Very British Scandal — Blueprint Pictures/BBC One

Christine Blundell, Lesa Warrener the nevers — Mutant Enemy, HBO/Sky Atlantic

Lin Davie, Laura Flynn— It’s a sin —Red Production Company/Channel 4

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Craft Entertainment Team, sponsored by HotCam

WINNERS: Nigel Catmur, Andy Deacon, Patrick Doherty, Kevin Duff, Simon Haw, Andrew Stokes — The Royal British Legion Remembrance Festival — BBC Studios/BBC One

Chris Power, Mark Busk-Cowley, Andy Milligan, Shereen Shimmin, Catherine Land, Gurdip Mahal — Ant & Dec Saturday Night Takeout — Elevated Entertainment, Miter Studios/ITV

Dave Davey, Elizabeth Honan, Benn Wyldeck, Casey Antwis — the masked singer — Bandicoot Scotland/ITV

David Bishop, Patrick Doherty, David Newton, Catherine Land, Richard Sillitto, Tom Young — Strictly come to dance — BBC Studios/BBC One

original music

WINNER: Arthur Sharpe— landscapers — Sister, South Of The River Pictures/Sky Atlantic

carly paradise line of duty — World Productions/BBC One

Jonathan ‘Elevated’ Olorunfemi – The outsiders? —AFL Films/YouTube

Natalie Holt— Loki — Marvel Studios/Disney+

Scripted Casting, Sponsored by Spotlight

WINNER: Aisha Bywaters — We are lady pieces – Job title Television / Channel 4

Andy Pryor— It’s a sin — Red Production Company/Channel 4

Beverley Keogh David Martin- Weather — BBC Studios/BBC One

Lauren Evans— Sex education — Eleven Movie/Netflix

Sound: Fiction

WINNERS: Sound Team — A Very British Scandal — Blueprint Pictures/BBC One

Howard Bargroff, Judi Lee-leader, Harry Barnes, Oliver Brierley, Adam Armitage, Jamie Caple — intergalactic — Moving Content Group, Moonage Pictures, Tiger Aspect Productions/Sky One

James Bain, Robert Farr, Matthew Collinge, Matt Davies, Alyn Sclosa, Rob Prynne — The Wizard (Episode 1) — Cinesite, Hivemind, Platige Image, Pioneer Stilking Images/Netflix

stereo – line of duty — World Productions/BBC One

Sound: True

WINNERS: Stephen Griffiths, Andy Shelley, Nas Parkash, Dan Johnson, Tae Hak Kim, Claire Ellis — 1971: The year music changed everything — Mercury Studios, On The Corner Films/Apple TV+

Conrad Fletcher, Julian Gough, Andy James, Andy Payne. The Funeral of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh — BBC Studios/BBC One

Doug Dreger, Andrew Yarme, Nick Fry, Steve Speed, Hugh Dwan, James Evans. Formula 1: drive to survive — Frame-by-frame movies/Netflix

Kate Hopkins, Jonny Crew, Paul Ackerman, Graham Wild… Earth at night in color — Descendants Movies/Apple TV+

Production design, sponsored by Microsoft

WINNERS: Cristina Casali, Robert Wischhusen-Hayes, Fabrice Spelta — landscapers — Sister, South Of The River Pictures/Sky Atlantic

Cristina Casali the search for love — Open Book Productions, Moonage Pictures, Amazon Studios/BBC One

Francois-Renaud Labarthe — The snake — Mammoth Screen/BBC One

Tom Sayer— Vigil — World Productions/BBC One

Special Effects, Visuals and Graphics

WINNERS: Dadi Einarsson, Gavin Round, Aleksandar Pejic, Oliver Cubbage, Stefano Pepin, Jet Omoshebi – The Wizard (Episode 1) — Cinesite, Hivemind, Platige Image, Pioneer Stilking Images/Netflix

Adam Inglis, Tom Payne, Sam Livingstone, Silja Momsen-livingstone – Earth at night in color — Descendants Movies/Apple TV+

Jean-claude Deguara, Milk Vfx, Egg Vfx, Gareth Spensley, Real SFX — intergalactic — Moving Content Group, Moonage Pictures, Tiger Aspect Productions/Sky One

Rob Harvey, Rasik Gorecha, Sam Reed, Alex Marlow, John Kennedy, Katherine Jamieson — Black holes: the heart of darkness — BBC Studios, Science Unit/BBC Two

Writer: Comedy

WINNER: Nida Manzoor — We are lady pieces – Job title Television / Channel 4

Nathan Bryon Paul Doolan bloods — Roughcut TV, Sky Studios/Sky One

Stephen Merchant, Emma Jane Unsworth- the outlaws — Big Talk Productions, Four Eyes Entertainment/BBC One

Sofia Willan— soul is not normal — Expectation/BBC Two

Writer: Theater

WINNER: Kayleigh Llewellyn — in my skin — Expectation/BBC Three

jack thorne To help — The Forge Entertainment, One Shoe Films/Channel 4

jesse armstrong Succession — Project Zeus, Hyperobject Industries, Gary Sanchez Productions, HBO/Sky Atlantic

Russell T. Davies- It’s a sin — Red Production Company/Channel 4

Director: Factual

WINNER: James Newton— Grenfell: The Untold Story — BBC/Channel 4 studios

Arthur Cary— Surviving 9/11 — Top Hat Productions/BBC Two

james newton— Baby Surgeons: Performing Miracles — Wonderhood Studios/Channel 4

Jaime Roberts— four hours in the capitol — Amos Pictures Ltd/BBC Two

Director: Multicamera

WINNER: Paul Dugdale— Glastonbury Festival: live on a worthy farm — BBC Studios, Drift Live/BBC Two

Matthew Griffiths— Six Nations of Rugby: Wales vs England — BBC Sport/BBC One

Nikki Parsons— Strictly come to dance — BBC Studios/BBC One

Pablo Mcnamara— ITV Racing: The Grand National — ITV Sport/ITV

Director: Fiction, Sponsored by 3 Mills Studios

WINNER: Peter Hoar— It’s a sin — Red Production Company/Channel 4

lewis arnold Weather — BBC Studios/BBC One

Marc Munden – To help — The Forge Entertainment, One Shoe Films/Channel 4

Will Sharpe— landscapers — Sister, South Of The River Pictures/Sky Atlantic

special prize

WINNER: Triple C

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