The RTS has announced the winners of the 2016 Craft & Design Awards in partnership with Blackmagic Design
Comedian Sandi Toksvig hosted the Awards, which were held at the London Hilton on Park Lane on Monday.
Hit BBC drama The Night Manager scooped three awards on the night, including Costume Design – Drama, Make Up Design – Drama, and Music – Original Title.
The BBC’s period drama War and Peace also went home with two awards for Effects – Special and Photography – Drama & Comedy.
It was a big night for other broadcasters too, with Channel 4 winning two awards for its dark comedy series Flowers.
ITV’s The Durrells and Sky Atlantic’s The Tunnel: Sabotage received recognition, for production design and sound respectively, while Coronation Street Live was recognised for its multicamera work.
The 2016 Awards saw an extended Directors category, with Jack Clough picking up an award for People Just Do Nothing, Bruce Goodison for Murdered by My Father and James Bluemel for Exodus: Our Journey to Europe.
Exodus also received an award for Editing – Documentary/Factual.
On the night David Odd was recognised for his superb work in the television industry over the past 25 year, and given the Lifetime Achievement Awards.
The Judges Award went to the team behind Channel 4’s Paralympics trailer, We’re the Super Humans, and the Design & Craft Innovation Award went to the BBC Natural History Unit for Springwatch.
In sport, the Editing award went to Nicholas Perry, John Nicholson, Simon Livingstone and the BBC Sport Production Team for their work on the BBC’s Olympics 2016 Opening Ceremony Opener.
The Rio Olympics were also the subject of the winning entry from the BBC in the Design – Trails and Packaging category.
The BBC won again in the Multicamera Work – Sport category for FA Cup 2015-16: First Round Salford City v Notts County.
For a full list of the night’s winners, click here.