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Mum’s the word as BBC leads 2019 RTS winners

Updated 20-03-19 | 13:40 PM | Staff Reporter

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Mum was the word last night, as the sitcom bagged two prizes at the 2019 RTS Awards. The BBC dominated the list of winners, taking home 13 awards in total, including Best Comedy Performance (Female) for Lesley Manville in Mum and Best Writer (Comedy) for the show’s creator Stefan Golaszewski.

The Comedy Performance (Male) prize was shared between Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith for BBC Two’s Inside No. 9, while BBC One’s Killing Eve won Best Actor (Female) for Jodie Comer, who has been largely overlooked in the awards race in favour of star Sandra Oh. BBC One’s other big hit of last year, A Very English Scandal, won Best Mini-Series.

Channel 4, meanwhile, took home three of the top prizes, including Actor (Male) for Lucian Msamati in Kiri, Entertainment Performance for Big Narstie and Mo Gilligan in The Big Narstie Show and the much-covered Soap and Continuing Drama prize for Hollyoaks. The RTS Channel of the Year award, though, went to CBeebies.

Sky, however, still proved a serious contender, with its thriller Save Me the only show apart from Mum to take home two prizes: Best Drama Series and Best Writer (Drama) for Lennie James.

Here’s the full list of winners:

Actor (Female)

• Jodie Comer Killing Eve (Sid Gentle Films for BBC One)

Actor (Male)

• Lucian Msamati Kiri (The Forge Entertainment for Channel 4)

Arts

• The Art of Drumming (Wall to Wall Media for Sky Arts)

Breakthrough Award

• Nabhaan Rizwan Informer (Neal Street Productions for BBC One)

Children’s Programme

• Prosiect Z (Boom Cymru for S4C)

Comedy Performance (Female)

• Lesley Manville Mum (Big Talk Productions in association with The Money Men for BBC Two)

Comedy Performance (Male)

• Steve Pemberton & Reece Shearsmith Inside No. 9 (BBC Studios for BBC Two)

Daytime Programme

• The Repair Shop (Ricochet for BBC Two)

Documentary Series

• Prison (Spring Films for Channel 4)

Drama Series

• Save Me (World Productions for Sky Atlantic)

Entertainment

• The Last Leg (Open Mike for Channel 4)

Entertainment Performance

• Big Narstie and Mo Gilligan The Big Narstie Show (Exception Entertainment / Dice Productions for Channel 4)

Formatted Popular Factual

• The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night (Spun Gold TV for ITV)

History

• A Dangerous Dynasty: The House of Assad (72 Films for BBC Two)

Live Event

• The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (BBC Studios for BBC One)

Mini-Series

• A Very English Scandal (Blueprint Pictures for BBC One)

Presenter

• Romesh Ranganathan The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan (Rumpus Media for BBC Two)

RTS Channel of the Year

• CBeebies

Science and Natural History

• Drowning in Plastic (Raw TV for BBC One)

Scripted Comedy

• Derry Girls (Hat Trick Productions for Channel 4)

Single Documentary

• Raped: My Story (Lambent Productions for Channel 5)

Single Drama

• Killed By My Debt (BBC Studios: The Documentary Unit for BBC Three)

Soap and Continuing Drama

• Hollyoaks (Lime Pictures for Channel 4)

Sports Presenter, Commentator or Pundit

• Osi Umenyiora NFL This Week and The NFL Show (Whisper Films for BBC Two)

Sports Programme

• MOTD 2018 World Cup: Quarter Final – England v Sweden (BBC Sport for BBC One)

Writer (Comedy)

• Stefan Golaszewski Mum (Big Talk Productions in association with The Money Men for BBC Two)

Writer (Drama)

• Lennie James Save Me (World Productions for Sky Atlantic)

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