Burrell Durrant Hifle (BDH) and BBC Resources each won two awards at the Royal Television Society's (RTS) craft and design awards held last Thursday (29 November), writes Barbara Marshall.
BDH's John Durrant picked up the prize for best graphic design - titles for A Very British Murder (Independent Film & Video for C4) while Steve Burrell, Alan Short and Paul Greer won best graphic design - programme content for their work on Venom (Wildvision BBC Bristol for BBC 1).

The gong for best graphic design - trails and packaging went to BBC MediaArc's Steve Cope for Sin Bin (for BBC Choice) and best visual effects - special was awarded to BBC Resources' Colin Gorry for Lorna Doone (BBC drama for BBC 1).

BBC Resources also contributed to the corporation's general election coverage which won the Judges Award. Commending the whole team and paying tribute to the complexity of the graphics, set, lighting and camera moves, the jury said it 'was a huge achievement, reflected in the ingenuity and imagination of everyone concerned'.

The lifetime achievement award went to director of photography Peter Jackson, whose career spans more than 40 years, with credits such as The Darling Buds of May and A Touch of Frost.

Full list of winners available on produxion.com.