Dr Who wins big at Bafta Cymru Awards
DR Who was the biggest winner at the Welsh Bafta awards tonight.
The show won six prizes, while a further 10 awards were scooped by other BBC Wales shows.
S4C projects won 11 awards and ITV Wales’ The History of Mr Polly received two prizes.
For a full report and pictures of the ceremony, see tomorrow's Western Mail.
Best film: Nerys Lloys for Daddy’s Girl.
Best drama or drama serial for television: Richard Staniforth for Calon Gaeth.
Best drama series: Phil Collinson for Doctor Who, Voyage Of The Damned.
Best current affairs: Karen Voisey for the Week In Week Out special, Transplant Tourism.
Best factual programme: John Trefor for Coast.
Best documentary: Sion Thomas for Grav – Ray o’r Mynydd.
Best light entertainment: Ronw Protheroe and Angharad Garlick for Mawr, Sioe PC Leslie Wynne.
Best music programme: Dafydd Wyn and Bethan Arwel for Unsigned.
Best children’s programme: Mia Jupp for Young Dracula.
Best youth programme: Robin Evans, Bedwyr Rees and Susan Waters for Rownd a Rownd.
Best animation: Calon for Holi Hana’s Helpline, Dancing Away.
Best Short Film: John Giwa-Amu for Owl Creek Bridge.
Best new media, TV or film related: Wil Stephens and Aled Parry at Cube Interactive for Planed Plant Bach, www.s4c.co.uk/planedplantbach
Best director of photography: drama: Ernie Vincze for Doctor Who, Voyage Of The Damned.
Best camera: not drama: Gavin Searle for Tribe, Penan.
Best sound: BBC Wales Sound Team for Doctor Who, Voyage Of The Damned.
Best editor: Gareth Owens and Paul Owen for Rasus Ar Garlam.
Best lighting director – not camera: Bernie Davis for the final of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2007.
Best design: Adrian Smith for The History of Mr Polly.
Best graphics or titles: Craig Wilkinson for Summer Scars.
Best costume: Ray Holman for Torchwood, Captain Jack Harkness.
Best make-up: Barbara Southcott and Neill Gorton at Millennium FX for Doctor Who, The Shakespeare Code.
Best live coverage/ outside broadcast (OB) team: BBC Wales OB Team for Angladd Ray Gravell.
Best screenwriter: Steven Moffat for Doctor Who, BLINK.
Best original music soundtrack: John Hardy and Rob Love for Y Pris.
Best director: drama: James Strong for Doctor Who, Voyage Of The Damned.
Best director: Nia Dryhurst for Fel Arall.
Best actor: Rhodri Evan for Cowbois ac Injans.
Best actress: Anne-Marie Duff for The History of Mr Polly.
Best on-screen presenter: Bruce Parry for Tribe, Penan.
Best newcomer: Al Wilson for Summer Scars.
The Gwobr Gwyn Alf Williams Award, for the programme or series which has contributed most to the understanding and appreciation of the history of Wales: Paul Islwyn Thomas and Rachel Morgan for Coal House.
The Gwobr Arbennig BAFTA Cymru Special Award for outstanding contribution to film, television or new media, sponsored by the Western Mail: Glyn Houston.
Tlws Sian Phillips Award for the Welshman or woman who has made a significant contribution in either a major feature film or network television programme: Ioan Gruffudd.