In a resounding display of excellence, the BBC emerged triumphant at the prestigious 2023 TV Awards, securing a staggering total of 13 Baftas. The victories underscored the outstanding quality and diversity of BBC programs, spanning a wide array of genres.
Among the standout winners were Adeel Akhtar, Ben Whishaw, Claudia Winkelman, young actor Lenny Rush, and the beloved Paddington Bear. Additionally, the BBC’s enthralling entertainment series “The Traitors,” the captivating drama mini-series “Mood,” and the remarkable storytelling in “The Real Mo Farah” and “Traumazone” by Adam Curtis all received well-deserved recognition.
The glitzy event celebrated not only exceptional television content but also unforgettable real-life moments. The electrifying Women’s Euros, which gripped the nation with its awe-inspiring athleticism, and the grandeur of the Platinum Jubilee Party at the Palace were among the remarkable events acknowledged.
In addition to these momentous occasions, the popular daytime show “The Repair Shop” clinched the prestigious award for Best Daytime Show, while the longstanding continuing drama “Casualty” secured a notable win.
Elated by the remarkable achievements, Charlotte Moore, BBC’s Chief Content Officer, expressed her heartfelt congratulations to all the BBC winners. She commended them for delivering a year of unparalleled creativity and a remarkable assortment of top-notch programming. Moreover, Moore emphasized the profound impact these productions had on captivated audiences during the BBC’s centenary year, truly showcasing the network’s prowess across numerous genres.
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The Traitors (BBC One)
Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
Lenny Rush – Am I Being Unreasonable? (BBC One)
Mood (BBC Three)
Claudia Winkleman – The Traitors (BBC One)
Paddington Meets The Queen
Adeel Akhtar – Sherwood (BBC One)
Russia 1985-1999: Traumazone (BBC iPlayer)
The Repair Shop: A Royal Visit (BBC One)
UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 (BBC One)
The Real Mo Farah (BBC One)
Soap & Continuing Drama
Casualty (BBC One)
Platinum Jubilee: Party at the Palace (BBC One)
Ben Whishaw – This Is Going to Hurt (BBC One)