The comedy-related winners in full are as following, including videos from those who picked up the prizes:
The judges said the show was "skilful, special and truthful, combining super-smart writing with outstanding acting".
Comedy Performance (Female)
The judges said: "Extremely funny, nuanced and beautifully balanced" ... "Her performance really did set a new benchmark for excellence in this genre."
Comedy Performance (Male)
The judges called the work here "astonishing and committed, simply a masterclass in comedy performance at the very highest level".
The judges noted the format was: "Bold and totally brilliant, entertaining its audience with seemingly endless creative inventiveness."
Other nominees: Britain's Got Talent and Don't Hate The Playaz.
The awards jury noted the duo were: "A complete breath of fresh air, refreshingly raw, authentic and VERY entertaining."
The awards panel noted that Golaszewski's writing "just sings throughout this masterfully well observed, beautiful comedy".
Romesh Ranganathan (for The Misadventures Of Romesh Ranganathan)
The judges said the comedian "brought genuine originality to every scene, making the whole endeavour distinctive and very special".
The results of the awards were announced at a ceremony at Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane tonight (Tuesday 19th March).
The Royal Television Society says: "The RTS Programme Awards are one of the gold standard awards for our industry and an important showcase of the extraordinary talent evident across the UK's television industry. The awards seek to recognise programmes which, in the year in question, have made a material and positive contribution to their genre: either because their originality in form or content has in some way moved the genre on, or perhaps created a new genre; or because their quality has set standards which other programme-makers can learn from and emulate."