Channel 4's drama Boy A stole the show at last night's British Academy Television Craft Awards picking up a hat trick of trophies.

The drama, about a boy's release from prison after serving 14 years for the murder of a young girl, won a gong for John Crowley in the director fiction/entertainment category; for Lucia Zucchetti in the editing fiction/entertainment category and for Rob Hardy in the photography and lighting fiction/entertainment category.

The other big winner of the night was China's Stolen Children in the factual arena. The C4 documentary, an undercover investigation into the theft of children, added two more wins to its success with director Jezza Neumann collecting the award for both director factual and breakthrough talent. It picked up the prize for best current affairs at the TV Bafta's last month.

BBC costume drama Cranford once again underperformed in the gong stakes with only two wins. It picked up the award for sound fiction/entertainment and one for Donal Woods for production design. These were added to the single Bafta that Dame Eileen Atkins won last month, despite the show getting four nominations and being widely tipped to clear up.

The BBC won the battle of the channels with 10 gongs across the corporation, including six wins for BBC One. C4 picked up five awards and eight in total across the group, adding in its digital channels. ITV picked up a solitary award for make up and hair design for costume drama My Boy Jack.

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