BAFTA TV Craft Awards: the winners

As the BAFTA Television Craft Award winners remain on a high, still in disbelief that they are in possession of that oh-so-famous trophy mask, we thought it would be a good opportunity to give a belated mention to those who triumphed on the night…

Cardiff-based Real SFX took home the trophy for their work on Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in the category of Special, Visual and Graphics Effects. Picking up the award alongside Milk VFX and Model Unit, the team created physical special effects for the 50th anniversary special episode, which was also shot in 3D.

Marking another anniversary was Channel 4's D-Day: As it Happens, an ambitious project that rightly won in the Digital Creativity category. Produced by Windfall Films, the programme re-enacted D-Day in real time, following seven people who were there on the 6 June 1944 operation.

Factual programming also won in the Photography category, with Marcus Robinsoin's Rebuilding the World Trade Centre (Lion TV) picking up the winning award, beating the likes of Syria: Across the Lines and Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams.

real sfx bafta Real SFX MD Danny Hargreaves and the cast of Doctor Who

In entertainment, Phil Heyes scooped the award in the Director, Multi-camera category for his work on The X Factor, while Strictly Come Dancing was given the Special Award in celebration of its creative and technical achievements.

Despite losing out in the VFX category, Peaky Blinders took home two awards: in the Director category for Otto Bathurst, and Photography and Lighting, with George Steel taking home the coveted trophy.

Gearing up for its third series, Ripper Street's Mark Geraghty collected the award for Production Design, meanwhile in the writing category, Graham Linehan won for The IT Crowd, and Dominic Mitchell picked up the gong for BBC Three's In the Flesh.

Here's the full list of winners, so make sure you congratulate them if they're in your circles!

Breakthrough Talent
Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan, Marlon Smith

Costume Design
Downton Abbey
Caroline McCall

Digital Creativity
D-Day: As It Happens
Production Team

Director - Fiction
Otto Bathurst
Peaky Blinders

Director - Factual
Nick Holt
The Murder Trial

Director - Multi-Camera
Phil Heyes
The X Factor

Editing - Factual
Educating Yorkshire (episode one)
Mark Towns

Editing - Fiction
The Fall
Steve Singleton

Entertainment Craft Team
Patrick Doherty, Kevin Duff, Kim Gavin, Andrew Milligan
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Make Up and Hair Design
An Adventure in Space and Time
Vickie Lang

Original Television Music
Ólafur Arnalds

Photography - Factual
Rebuilding the World Trade Center
Marcus Robinson

Photography and Lighting - Fiction
Peaky Blinders, George Steel

Production Design
Ripper Street
Mark Geraghty

Sound - Factual
David Bowie - Five Years
Rowan Jennings, Karl Mainzer, Adam Scourfield

Sound - Fiction
Dancing on the Edge
Adrian Bell, Lee Crichlow, Robert Farr, Ian Wi