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Bad Sisters and Derry Girls lead BAFTA Television Awards 2023
15 May 2023 : Luke Shanahan
Siobhán McSweeney
The BAFTA Television Awards 2023 took place on Sunday, 14th May. The ceremony was hosted by Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan and broadcast on BBC One and iPlayer. Bad Sisters and Derr Girls lead the awards with two wins each.

Anne-Marie Duff won Supporting Actress for her performance in Bad Sisters, which won for Drama Series. This follows Duff’s recent win at the 20th Anniversary IFTAs for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, and Bad Sisters for Best Drama.

Following Lisa McGee’s win at the 20th Anniversary IFTAs as well as the Television Craft Awards, Derry Girls won in the Scripted Comedy category, with Siobhán McSweeney winning for Female Performance in a Comedy Programme. 

I Am Ruth and The Traitors also won two awards each. Kate Winslet won the BAFTA for Leading Actress for her role in I Am Ruth, an episode in anthology series I Am in which she starred alongside her daughter Mia Threapleton. The episode also won for Single Drama. 

The Traitors is a reality series hosted by Claudia Winkelman who received the award for Entertainment Performance, and the series was awarded the BAFTA for Reality and Constructed Factual.

Anne-Marie Duff, Siobhán McSweeney, Kate Winslet, Claudia Winkelman, and Lenny Rush are all first time BAFTA Television Award winners. Lenny Rush won Male Performance in a Comedy Programme for Am I Being Unreasonable?

Ben Whishaw won Leading Actor for his portrayal of Adam Kay in autobiographical drama This is Going to Hurt. Adeel Akhtar won the BAFTA for Supporting Actor for his role in the crime drama Sherwood.

Nicôle Lecky’s Mood won Mini-Series.

The Real Mo Farah won Single Documentary; UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 won Sports Coverage; Casualty won Soap & Continuing Drama; The Repair Shop: A Royal Visit won Daytime; The Masked Singer won Entertainment Programme; Features was won by Joe Lycett Vs Beckham: Got Your Back at Xmas. Comedy Entertainment Programme was won by Friday Night Live.

Libby, Are you Home Yet? won Factual Series; Specialist Factual was won by Russia 1985-1999: Traumazone; News Coverage was presented to Channel 4 News: Live in Kyiv and Children of the Taliban won Current Affairs. Short Form was won by How to Be a Person and International went to Dahmer-Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.

The BAFTA Special Award was presented by David Harewood to presenter, broadcaster, filmmaker, author and historian, Professor David Olusoga for his contribution to the television industry and his work in reappraising how history is told through popular culture.

The Fellowship was presented by Adrian Lester to award-winning actor, screenwriter and novelist Meera Syal in recognition of her contribution to television.

The P&O Cruises Memorable Moment Award, the only award voted for by the public, was won by Platinum Jubilee – Party at the Palace Paddington meets the Queen, which also won in  Live Event Coverage.

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