Joanna Lumley has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement this week at the prestigious Rose d’Or Awards in Berlin.
Lumley, 72, said she was “thrilled and honoured“ to receive the award for her outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry. “I can’t tell you what it means to me,” she said as she discussed her career.
Other wins went to The Crown, A Very English Scandal and Detectorists.
No Australian entries made it into the nominees this year. Here are the winners:
Grotesco’s Seven Masterpieces – The Refugee Crisis: a musical – FLX for SVT, Sweden
Detectorists, Series 3 – Acorn Media Enterprises, Channel X North, Treasure Trove Productions and Lola Entertainment for Acorn TV and BBC, USA & UK
The Crown – Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television for Netflix, USA
Limited Series and TV Movie
A Very English Scandal – Blueprint Television Ltd for BBC, United Kingdom
Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality
Damming The Nile – BBC, United Kingdom
Reality and Factual
Down the Road – Roses Are Blue for VRT, Belgium
Betroffenheit – 3 minutes West for BBC, United Kingdom
Sorry About That – Warner Bros. International Television Production Belgium for VRT, Belgium
Roberto Bolle – Dance with Me – RaiUno & Ballandi Multimedia for Rai, Italy
Children & Youth
The Highway Rat – Magic Light Pictures for BBC, United Kingdom
Entertainer of the Year