The 2020 BAFTA Television Craft Awards have been handed out in an online ceremony.
Recognising the wide variety of behind-the-screens talent that goes into making television programming, this year's ceremony was held via an online stream amidst the coronavirus outbreak, and hosted by Stephen Mangan.
Demetriou thanked his fellow Stath cast members and production team in response to his win, and sent in the following acceptance video:
Meanwhile, Bea dedicated her award to "my Dad, Brian, who didn't get to be any older than I am today, and for whom I wrote the show".
The other nominees in the Breakthrough category were Aneil Karia for directing Pure, Laurie Nunn for writing Sex Education and Responsible Child writer Sean Buckley. In the comedy writing category, Demetriou was picked ahead of Danny Brocklehurst (Brassic), Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag) and Sam Leifer & Tom Basden (Plebs).
Below is Stephen Mangan's opening monologue:
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