Simon Elliott clinched a Bafta for production design with his reconstruction of Victorian England, while Paul Knight took home the award for editing fiction/entertainment and Andrea Galer won the costume design award.
Brian Percival took the best director award for Much Ado About Nothing, beating off competition from Doctor Who, Bleak House and The Queen's Sister.
Among the five new awards, newcomer Lee Phillips won the breakthrough talent award for writing, producing and directing the series How to Start Your Own Country, which it had taken 10 years to get commissioned.
The programme also won in the best new media developer category, which recognises individual creative or technical achievement across any new media platform. Phillips, Julian Pearson and Patrick Cameron won for the series' complementary website, http://www.citizenrequest.com, and its live interactive Citizen TV.
Tsunami: 7 Hourson Boxing Daywon twice: Ben Baird, Gregor Lyon and Brian Howell took the award for sound factual and factual photography was won by Paul Otter. Red Vision won the visual effects award with Mike Tucker and Gareth Edwards' for their work on Hiroshima.