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Chair of the Awards, Kenton Allen, said: “The standard of entries has been outstanding and demonstrated the breadth of high-quality content that has informed, entertained and kept audiences going through what has been such a uniquely difficult time.”

List of winners


Grayson's Art Club (Swan Films for Channel 4)

Breakthrough Award

Mae Martin - Feel Good (Objective Fiction and Objective Media Group Scotland for Channel 4 and Netflix)

Children’s Programme

IRL with Team Charlene ( ITN Productions for ITV & CITV)

Comedy Entertainment

The Ranganation (Zeppotron for BBC Two)

Comedy Performance (Female)

Gbemisola Ikumelo – Famalam ( BBC Studios for BBC Three)

Comedy Performance (Male)

Youssef Kerkour - Home (Jantaculum and Channel X for Channel 4)

Daytime Programme

Loose Women (ITV Studios - Daytime for ITV)

Documentary Series

Once Upon a Time in Iraq (KEO Films for BBC Two)

Drama Series

In My Skin (Expectation for BBC Three and BBC One Wales)


The Masked Singer (Bandicoot Scotland for ITV)

Entertainment Performance

Big Narstie & Mo Gilligan - The Big Narstie Show (Expectation/Dice Productions for Channel 4)

Formatted Popular Factual

Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back (Rumpus Media for Channel 4)


Damilola: The Boy Next Door (Acme Films for Channel 4)

Live Event

The Third Day: Autumn (Sky Studios, Plan B Entertainment and Punchdrunk Entertainment for Sky Atlantic in association with HBO)


I May Destroy You (Various Artists/FALKNA for BBC One)


Joe Lycett - The Great British Sewing Bee (Love Productions for BBC One)

RTS Channel of the Year


Science & Natural History

The Surgeon's Cut (BBC Studios Production for Netflix)

Scripted Comedy

The Young Offenders (Vico Films for BBC Three)

Single Documentary

Anton Ferdinand: Football, Racism & Me (Wonder and New Era Global Productions for BBC One)

Single Drama

Elizabeth is Missing (STV Studios for BBC One)

Soap and Continuing Drama

Casualty (BBC Studios for BBC One)

Sports Presenter, Commentator or Pundit

Michael Holding - England v West Indies (Sky Sports for Sky Sports Cricket)

Sports Programme

England v West Indies 1st Test - Black Lives Matter (Sky Sports for Sky Sports Cricket)

Writer – Comedy

Mae Martin and Joe Hampson - Feel Good (Objective Fiction and Objective Media Group Scotland for Channel 4 and Netflix)

Writer – Drama

Michaela Coel - I May Destroy You ( Various Artists/FALKNA for BBC One)

Outstanding Achievement Award

Russell T. Davies OBE


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