The winners will be revealed on Monday 22nd November, at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
RTS Craft & Design Awards
The winners were announced at a prestigious ceremony, held at the London Hilton on Park Lane this evening, hosted by award-winning journalist and broadcaster Charlene White.
Since starting at the BBC in 1961, he has worked on some of the UK’s most loved shows, including Dad’s Army and Morecambe and Wise.
In a new RTS London film, It’s All About the Sound, McCarthy discusses his career at the BBC and as a freelancer with Strictly Come Dancing sound supervisor Richard Sillitto, a colleague over many years.
Samuel Sim won two RTS Craft & Design Awards in 2015 for his original score and title music for ITV period drama Home Fires, and another last year for the title music of The Bay. The judges described Sim’s theme as “haunting and atmospheric”, giving “a Nordic noir feel to Morecambe”, the setting of the ITV crime drama.
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