Motherland wins at 2022 BAFTA TV Awards

Sunday 8th May 2022, 9:15pm


The results of the BAFTA TV Awards 2022 have been announced. The comedy-related winners are as follows, accompanied by the speeches broadcast.

Scripted Comedy

Motherland

Co-writer Holly Walsh accepted the award on behalf of the programme:

Female Performance In A Comedy Programme

Sophie Willan (for Alma's Not Normal)

Willan dedicated her award to her late grandmother, who brought her up.

Male Performance In A Comedy Programme

Jamie Demetriou (for Stath Lets Flats)

Demetriou paid tribute to Channel 4 as part of his speech:

Drama Series

In My Skin

Writer Kayleigh Llewellyn revealed that, ever since she was little, she has been saying she wanted to win a BAFTA:

Comedy Entertainment Programme

The Lateish Show With Mo Gilligan

Mo Gilligan said he was "shaken up" to have won:

Features

Big Zuu's Big Eats

Big Zuu used his speech to explain how important representation is on screen:

Entertainment Performance

Big Zuu (for Big Zuu's Big Eats)

Big Zuu returned to stage in some shock that he'd won two awards.


As previously revealed, the ceremony also saw Billy Connolly awarded a BAFTA TV Fellowship:

The awards were hosted by Richard Ayoade:

Steve Coogan appeared in a video as Alan Partridge, to present an award:

The BAFTA Craft Awards were announced in April. Comedy writers Nida Manzoor (We Are Lady Parts), Kayleigh Llewellyn (In My Skin) and Adjani Salmon (Dreaming Whilst Black) won in that ceremony.

A full list of winners across all categories can be seen via bafta.org

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