Published: 27th April 2015
The unsung heroes of two of the small screen's most popular British shows have been recognised at a TV awards ceremony honouring behind-the-scenes stars.
Comedienne Victoria Wood, see here teaming an electric blue jacket with tights , was one of the many celebrities at Sunday's BAFTA Television Craft Awards.
The 61-year-old Dinnerladies star was at London's The Brewery venue to see Doctor Who and Sherlock among the prizewinners.
The Stephen Mangan (Episodes, Green Wing) hosted awards acknowledged people who work in special effects, production design, sound editing and other behind-the-camera activities.
Doctor Who won praise for its graphic, special and visual effects with the help of a trio of Cardiff firms, BBC Wales VFX, Milk-VFX and Real SFX.
BBC stablemate Sherlock scooped the sound and editing award in the awards' fiction section.
Ghostly Penny Dreadful took home awards for hair design, original music, make-up and production design.
There were also gongs for Sally Wainwright, the creator of Happy Valley, The X Factor and Hilary Briegel, the vision mixer behind shows such as Newsnight and Absolutely Fabulous.
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