The annual BAFTA TV Craft Awards have taken place in London this evening.
Both programmes are written by and star duos. Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton are the brains behind - and in front of the camera for - Inside No. 9 on BBC Two, whilst siblings Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper write and star in BBC Three's This Country.
For their work on Inside No. 9, Shearsmith and Pemberton, who also feature amongst the acclaimed Leage Of Gentlemen, were awarded the prize for Writer: Comedy.
Pemberton was unable to attend the ceremony, by Reece Shearsmith said on collecting the award: "I'm genuinely shocked ... I'm surprised we're in this room, it's fantastic. ... They're labours of love, it's fantastic that we get to sit in a room and make up these stories."
Meanwhile, the Coopers won the Breakthrough Talent award after their iPlayer comedy debuted last year to great critical acclaim.
Charlie commented: "Just being here is amazing. Thank you to BAFTA for that."
Both programmes are made by BBC Studios.
Inside No. 9's win:
This Country's win:
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