A Very English Scandal was the big winner at the BAFTA TV Craft Awards on the weekend, scooping three prizes.
The BBC drama was recognised for best costume design, best editing (fiction) and best director (fiction) for Stephen Frears.
The series, which screened here on BBC First, starred Hugh Grant and was based on the Jeremy Thorpe scandal.
Killing Eve and Patrick Melrose were also winners.
The remaining BAFTA TV Awards which take place on Sunday 12 May at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
Writer: comedy: Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper (This Country)
Writer: Drama – David Nicholls (Patrick Melrose)
Director: Factual – Ben Anthony (Grenfell)
Director: Fiction: Steven Frears (A Very English Scandal)
Director: Multi-camera – Barbara Wiltshire (Inside No. 9)
Breakthrough talent – Akemnji Ndifornyen (Composer, producer and writer of Famalam)
Costume Design – Suzanne Cave (A Very English Scandal)
Editing: Factual – Will Gilbey (Bros: After the Screaming Stops)
Editing: Fiction – Pia Di Ciaula (A Very English Scandal)
Entertainment craft team: Nigel Catmur, David Cole, Kate Dawkins and Kevin Duff (The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance)
Make-up and hair design – Vicki Lang (Vanity Fair)
Original music – David Holmes (Killing Eve)
Photography: Factual – Lindsay McCrae (Dynasties: Emperor)
Photography and lighting: Fiction – Woo-Hyung Kim (The Little Drummer Girl)
Production Design – Tom Burton (Patrick Melrose)
Sound: Factual – Later Live… with Jools Holland
Sound: Fiction – Killing Eve
Special visual and graphic effects – Adam McInnes, John Smith, Kevin Horsewood (Troy: Fall of a City)
Titles and graphic identity: Smith & Foulkes, Mark Roalfe (The Fearless are Here from The 2018 Winter Olympics)
Special award – Emma Thomas