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BBC1's The Traitors and Am I Being Unreasonable? were the big winners at this year's RTS Awards, which showcased a diverse range of performers and shows.

Studio Lambert's breakthrough reality game show won the Entertainment Programme category, with host Claudia Winkleman also picking up the Entertainment Presenter prize. The indie's established Channel 4 show Gogglebox, meanwhile, won in the Formatted Popular Factual category.

The 14 year-old actor Lenny Rush, who has a condition restricting his growth, won both the Breakthrough Award and the Comedy Performance - Male prize for his turn in Am I Being Unreasonable?, with the show's co-creator and star Daisy May Cooper winning in the Female category.

Rush also stars in CBBC's Dodger, a spin on Oliver Twist that won the Children's category.

New talent was also represented by actor/writer/songwrite Nicole Lecky, whose BBC3 comedy-drama Mood won Limited Series, and by Kit O'Connor, who won Lead Performance - Male for Netflix's Heartstopper.

Black British channel BET UK won its first ever RTS Award, beating BBC4 and Sky Arts to the Arts prize. Director Femi Oyeniran remarking that his documentary Evolution of Black British Music "celebrated forgotten people" in the UK music scene.

Meanwhile, C4 Paralympics co-host Ade Adepian was named Best Sports Presenter, Commentator of Pundit, and journalist Ramita Navia was named Best Presenter for her ITV1 doc Afghanistan: No Country for Women.

In factual, Single Doc went to Netflix's The Tinder Swindler, with the BBC's Gazza named best Documentary Series and Our Falklands War: A Frontline Story winning in the History category and Green Planet in the Science and Natural History category.

For a full list of winners, click here

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