It is the 47th year of the BPG Awards, which are run by the guild whose members are journalists who specialise in covering television, streaming, radio, podcasts and the media. Normally the winners would be revealed at a lunch, however this year the results were announced via the @BPGPressGuild Twitter account.
David Tennant also won Best Actor, jointly for his roles in Staged and ITV drama Des. He said: "I'm very aware that I'm piggybacking on the back of the brilliant people I work with... working with great people makes you look better. I'm very aware of that."
Michaela Coel was the big winner in the awards, picking up the Best Actress and Best Writer prizes for her work on her show I May Destroy You, which also won the Drama trophy.
The full list of winners across all categories can be seen via broadcastingpressguild.org
Jake Kanter, the chair of the BPG, says: "2020 was a challenging year for British television. Coronavirus shuttered production for months, ripped a near-fatal hole in the ad market, and ravaged a brilliant freelance community that actually makes the stuff we love to watch. But amid the rubble, industry ingenuity prospered and what crumbled was quickly rebuilt. It was a year when television and radio provided comfort, distraction and a friendly embrace in an ugly world. Our winners are testament to that."
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