The Royal Television Society (RTS) has unveiled the winners of the 2018 Craft & Design Awards, including several non-fiction titles and formats.
The awards recognize excellence in broadcast television in 29 categories, including directing and editing.
The results were presented at a prestigious awards ceremony at the London Hilton hosted by comedian and actor Tom Allen.
Below is the full list of non-fiction winners:
Director — Documentary/Factual & Non Drama
Deeyah Khan: White Right: Meeting the Enemy, produced by Fuuse Films for ITV.
Director — Multicamera
Nikki Parsons: Strictly Come Dancing (Series 15), produced by BBC Studios for BBC1.
Editing — Documentary/Factual
Paul Carlin, Paul Dosaj and Kevin Konak: The Detectives: Murder On The Streets, produced by Minnow Films for BBC2.
Camera Team: The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, produced by BBC Studios for BBC1.
Photography — Documentary/Factual & Non Drama
Andrew Muggleton: Retreat: Meditations from a Monastery, produced by Tigerlily Productions for BBC4.
Adam Dolniak: The UN Sex Abuse Scandal, produced by Ronachan Films for Channel 4.
Production Design — Entertainment & Non Drama
Peter Bingemann: Britain’s Got Talent (pictured), produced by Thames and Syco for ITV.
Sound — Entertainment & Non Drama
Doug Dreger, Greg Gettens and Kim Tae Hak: Retreat: Meditations from a Monastery.
Additionally, Kathy Schulz, former managing director of The London Studios, was feted with the Lifetime Achievement Award.