BBC led the field with 13 wins at the 2023 BAFTA TV Awards

From drama to documentaries, entertainment and unmissable live events, the BBC's strength across a broad range of genres was recognised



At the 2023 TV Awards the BBC celebrated 13 Baftas demonstrating the strength of BBC programmes across a broad range of genres.

There were wins for Adeel Akhtar, Ben Whishaw, Claudia Winkelman, Lenny Rush and Paddington Bear, entertainment hit The Traitors, new drama mini-series Mood and extraordinary storytelling in The Real Mo Farah and Traumazone from Adam Curtis.

Unmissable events were recognised in the Women’s Euros and the Platinum Jubilee Party at the Palace, alongside Best Daytime Show The Repair Shop and Continuing Drama Casualty.

BBC Chief Content Officer Charlotte Moore says: “Congratulations to all of the BBC winners, they speak to a year of outstanding creativity and an incredible range of high quality programming, unmissable events and world class new and established talent. I’m proud of the way they captivated audiences in our centenary year and showcased the strength of the BBC across multiple genres.”

BBC winners detailed in full below:

Reality & Constructed Factual
The Traitors (BBC One)

Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
Lenny Rush – Am I Being Unreasonable? (BBC One)

Mood (BBC Three)

Entertainment Performance
Claudia Winkleman – The Traitors (BBC One)

Memorable Moment
Paddington Meets The Queen

Supporting Actor
Adeel Akhtar – Sherwood (BBC One)

Specialist Factual
Russia 1985-1999: Traumazone (BBC iPlayer)

The Repair Shop: A Royal Visit (BBC One)

UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 (BBC One)

Single Documentary
The Real Mo Farah (BBC One)

Soap & Continuing Drama
Casualty (BBC One)

Live Event
Platinum Jubilee: Party at the Palace (BBC One)

Leading Actor
Ben Whishaw – This Is Going to Hurt (BBC One)

Source BBC One

May 15, 2023 4:00am ET by BBC One  


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