The winners of the Royal Television Society (RTS) Craft and Design Awards 2014-2015 were announced at a ceremony last night in central London.
The Awards, which are chaired by Cheryl Taylor, controller of CBBC, recognise the huge variety of skills and processes involved in programme production.
This year saw the launch of a new Director’s category. The award for Director, Fiction went to Julian Farino, for Marvellous (BBC Two), while Colette Camden (pictured) picked up the award for Director, Non Fiction for What Do Artists Do All Day?Sue Webster (BBC Four).
Three awards are given at the discretion of the jury chairs: Design and Craft Innovation, which went to the BBC One series Pets – Wild At Heart production team; the Judges’ Award, which was given to the production team for BBC Two drama Wolf Hall; and the Lifetime Achievement Award which was presented to production designer Dennis De Groot.
Other winners on the night included Amy Roberts for Costume Design, Drama for her work on Cilla (ITV); David Roger for Production Design, Drama for Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell (BBC One); Samuel Sim for Music, Original Score and Music, Original Title for Home Fires (ITV); Kate Hopkins, Tim Owens, Will Slater and Graham Wild for Sound, Entertainment and Non Drama Productions for Shark (BBC One); and Pauline Fowler, Nik Williams, Samantha Ives and Mary Hanrahan for Effects, Special for Fortitude (Sky Atlantic).
The awards ceremony, which was hosted by comedian Susan Calman, took place on Monday 30 November 2015 at the London Hilton Park Lane. A full list of winners can be found here.