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BBC2’s Once Upon a Time in Northern Ireland, Netflix’s Black Mirror and Apple TV+ shows Slow Horses and Silo each scored two wins at this year’s Bafta TV Craft Awards.

This year's ceremony, held this evening, was notable for multiple wins for the streamers, which also included Amazon Prime, as well as Sky and US cabler HBO alongside the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV.

Once Upon a Time in Northern Ireland, Keo Films/Walk on Air Films’ chronicle of the Troubles, continued its awards streak after securing victory in the Original Music (Factual) category for composer Simon Russell and in the Editing (Factual) category for the team that worked on the series.

Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker and co-writer Bisha K. Ali won Writer (Drama) for the Demon 79 edition of Broke & Bones’ anthology series, while Stephan Phersson won the Photography & Lighting (Fiction) award for the same episode.

See Saw Films’ Slow Horses took home awards for Editing (Fiction) - for editor Sam Williams - and the Sound (Fiction) for the drama’s sound team, while Silo’s victories came in the Production Design (Gavin Bocquet and Amanda Bernstein) and Make-Up & Hair Design (Lisa Parkinson) respectively.

Director Fred Scott took home the Emerging Talent award in Factual for Raw TV’s Channel 4 doc London Bridge: Facing Terror, while Kat Sadler, creator and star of Various Artists Ltd’s BBC3 comedy Such Brave Girls, won the comparable Fiction Bafta.

Other notable wins included former Bafta Breakthrough recipient Aisha Bywaters, who picked up the Scripted Casting award for Tiger Aspect/Douglas Road Productions’ ITV drama Three Little Birds; Director (Fiction) award-winner British director Peter Hoar for his episode of HBO's The Last of Us, and Peter Beard and Bruce Fletcher, who shared the Director (Factual) award for Story Films/Archface Films’ Sky doc Otto Baxter: Not a F***ing Horror Story.

For a full list of winners, visit here

The Bafta TV Awards will follow on 12 May.

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