Penny Dreadful picked up three awards at the British Academy Television Craft Awards, with the Sky Atlantic drama triumphing in the Production Design, Make Up & Hair Design and Original Music categories.


The second series of the Neal Street show, which is a co-pro with Showtime, begins in the UK next week.

BBC1’s Hartswood drama Sherlock received two Bafta craft awards: one for Sound: Fiction and the other for Editing: Fiction, taking its total tally of Baftas to nine in four years.

Meanwhile, Mackenzie Crook picked up his first-ever Bafta for BBC4’s Detectorists. He won in the Writer: Comedy category, and also stars in the show, which has been recommissioned.

In terms of broadcasters, the awards were spread around. BBC1 led the way with six of the twenty awards, with Channel 4 picking up five.

ITV and Sky Atlantic won three awards each, while BBC2 landed two and BBC4 one.

The winners in full:

Breakthrough Talent

Marc Williamson

The Last Chance School - Minnow Films/Channel 4

Costume Design

Phoebe De Gaye

The Musketeers - BBC Drama Production London co-produced with BBC America in assoc. with BBC Worldwide/BBC One

Digital Creativity

Production team

Live from Space: Online - Arrow Media and Rocket/Channel 4

Director: Factual

Dan Reed

The Paedophile Hunter - Amos Pictures/Channel 4

Director: Fiction

Julian Farino

Marvellous - Fifty Fathoms/BBC Two

Director: Multi-camera


2014 FA Cup Final - ITV Sport/ITV

Editing: Factual

Jake Martin

Grayson Perry: Who Are You? - Swan Films/Channel 4

Editing: Fiction

Yan Miles

Sherlock - Hartswood Films/Masterpiece for BBC Wales/BBC One

Entertainment Craft Team

Dave Davey, Robert Edwards, Falk Rosenthal

The X Factor - Thames, Syco/ITV

Make up and Hair Design

Enzo Mastrantonio, Nick Dudman, Stefano Ceccarelli

Penny Dreadful - Neal Street Productions, Desert Wolf Productions/Sky Atlantic

Original Music

Abel Korzeniowski

Penny Dreadful - Neal Street Productions, Desert Wolf Productions/Sky Atlantic

Photography: Factual

Marcel Mettelsiefen

Children on the Frontline (Dispatches) - ITN Productions/Channel 4

Photography and Lighting: Fiction

Mike Eley

The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies - Carnival Film and Television/ITV

Production Design

Jonathan McKinstry, Philip Murphy

Penny Dreadful - Neal Street Productions, Desert Wolf Productions/Sky Atlantic

Sound: Factual

Mike Hatch, Kuz Randhawa, Matt Skilton

Messiah at the Foundling Hospital - Reef Television/BBC Two

Sound: Fiction

John Mooney, Douglas Sinclair, Howard Bargroff, Paul McFadden

Sherlock - Hartswood Films/Masterpiece for BBC Wales/BBC One

Special, Visual and Graphic Effects

Milk VFX, Real SFX, BBC Wales VFX

Doctor Who - BBC Wales/BBC One

Titles and Graphic Identity

Mark Roalfe, Tomek Baginski, Ron Chakraborty

Winter Olympics 2014 – BBC, RKCR/Y&R, Stink, RedBee Media/BBC One

Writer: Comedy

Mackenzie Crook

Detectorists - Channel X North and Lola Entertainment/BBC Four

Writer: Drama

Sally Wainwright

Happy Valley - Red Production Company/BBC One

Special Award

Hilary Briegel