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British Academy Cymru Awards Winners in 2013

Cymraeg

29 September 13

The full list of nominees and winners for the British Academy Cymru Awards in 2013 which were held on on Sunday September 29.

BAFTA Cymru Awards

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FACTUAL SERIES

BAFTA maskGreat Welsh Writers - Ian Michael Jones

The Story Of Wales - John Geraint

Llefydd Sanctaidd - Ifor ap Glyn

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MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT

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Orchard

BAFTA maskCor Cymru - Corau Plant - Tîm Cynhyrchu

Young Musician 2012 - The Final - Paul Bullock

Glen Campbell: The Rhinestone Cowboy - Steve Freer

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DIRECTOR FACTUAL

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Capital Law

BAFTA maskFy Chwaer a Fi - Mei Williams

Gerallt - Guto Williams

Swansea: Living on the Streets - Chris Rushton

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DIRECTOR FICTION

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Gorilla

BAFTA maskThe Indian Doctor - Lee Haven Jones

Stella series 1 - Sue Tully

Being Human - Phil John

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PRODUCTION DESIGN

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PRG

BAFTA maskSherlock Series 2 - Arwel Wyn Jones

Wizards vs Aliens - Arwel Wyn Jones

Indian Doctor - Venita Gribble

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SOUND

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AB Acoustics

BAFTA maskThe Gospel of Us - Sound Team

Sherlock Series 2 - Bang Post Production

Doctor Who - The Doctor Who Sound Team

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PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING

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Elp

BAFTA maskAlys - Richard Wyn

Stella series 1 - Production Team

Gwaith Cartref - Rory Taylor

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EDITING

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Gorilla

Doctor Who - The Snowman - William Oswald

BAFTA maskStella series 1 - Sara Parry Jones

The Story of Wales - John Gillanders

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PRESENTER

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Celt Experience

BAFTA maskHuw Edwards - The Story of Wales

Griff Rhys Jones - Britain's Lost Routes with Griff Rhys Jones

Aled Sam - Sam ar y Sgrin

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ORIGINAL MUSIC

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Universal Music

BAFTA maskThe Machine - Tom Raybould

Gerallt - Strange Village

Story of Wales - Karl Jenkins

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PHOTOGRAPHY FACTUAL

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St Davids Hotel

BAFTA maskCatherine and Kirstie Beyond Words - Mei Williams

Britain's Lost Routes with Griff Rhys Jones - Tudor Evans

Gerallt - Huw Talfryn Walters

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MAKE UP & HAIR

Sponsored by Bauhaus

Bauhaus new

BAFTA maskSherlock Series 2 - Meinir Jones-Lewis

The Machine - Jenna Wrage

Stella series 1 - Claire Pritchard Jones

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COSTUME DESIGN

Sponsored by St David's

St Davids

BAFTA maskThe Machine - Chrissie Pegg

Stella series 1 - Claire Finlay

Wizards Vs Aliens - Ray Holman

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WRITER

Sponsored by Ethos

Ethos

BAFTA maskStella series 1 - Ruth Jones

Alys - Siwan Jones

The Indian Doctor - Sian Naiomi

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CHILDREN'S PROGRAMME (INCLUDING ANIMATION)

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Celtic Manor Resort

BAFTA maskDwylo'r Enfys - Nia Ceidiog

Wizards vs Aliens - Brian Minchin

Stwnsh Sadwrn - Ian Cottrell

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BREAKTHROUGH AWARD

Sponsored by Cardiff and Vale College

Cardiff And Vale College

BAFTA maskGwion Lewis - Cymdeithas yr Iaith yn 50

Justin Davies - Stella series 1

Meinir Gwilym - O'r Galon: Karen

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SPORT PROGRAMME & LIVE OUTSIDE BROADCAST

Sponsored by NEP Cymru

Nep Cymru

BAFTA maskY Sioe 12 - Tîm Cynhyrchu

Sgorio: Grimsby Town v Wrecsam - Team Sgorio

Y Clwb Rygbi Rhyngwladol - Sion Thomas

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SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

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new Bamboo dental logo

BAFTA maskGerallt - Angharad Elen

Catherine and Kirstie: Beyond Words - Mei Williams

Barry John: The King - Dylan Richards

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NEWS COVERAGE

Sponsored by Mela Media

Mela Media

BAFTA maskWales Tonight - April Jones

Newyddion - Y Gemau Olympaidd

Wales Today - The Torch Relay Snowdonia

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CURRENT AFFAIRS

Sponsored by First Great Western

First Great Western

BAFTA maskY Byd ar Bedwar - Marwolaethau Cyffuriau Mon - Tim y Byd a'r Bedwar

Is Wales Working - Judith Davies

Y Byd ar Bedwar - April Jones - Geraint Evans

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SHORT FORM & ANIMATION

Sponsored by University of South Wales

University Of South Wales

BAFTA maskCan I Emrys* - Production Team

The Ref - Tom Green

No Playground For Little Cowboys - Carl Rock

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VISUAL AND GRAPHIC EFFECTS

Sponsored by Autograffeg

New Autograffeg

BAFTA maskBla Bla Blewog - Production Team

Calon Cenedl - Roughcollie

Wild Things - Roughcolie

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TELEVISION DRAMA

Sponsored by NEP Cymru

Nep Cymru

BAFTA maskStella Series 1 - David Peet

Sherlock Series 2 - Sue Vertue

The Indian Doctor - Eryl Huw Phillips

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ACTOR

Sponsored by Audi

Audio Logo

BAFTA maskMichael Sheen - The Gospel of Us

Mark Lewis Jones - Stella series 1

Rhodri Meilir - Gwlad yr Astra Gwyn

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ACTRESS

Sponsored by Bluestone National Park Resort

Bluestone

BAFTA maskSara Lloyd-Gregory - Alys

Mali Harries - The Indian Doctor

Ruth Jones - Stella series 1

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SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR FILM

Sponsored by Red Touch Media

Red Touch Media

BAFTA maskThe Machine - John Giwa-Amu

GWYN ALF WILLIAMS AWARD

Sponsored by the National Sound and Screen Archive of Wales

National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales logo

BAFTA maskThe Story of Wales

TLWS SIAN PHILLIPS AWARD

Sponsored by Welsh Government

Welsh Government

BAFTA maskJulie Gardner

BAFTA SPECIAL AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO TELEVISION

Sponsored by Cardiff Council

Cardiff Council

BAFTA maskDewi Llwyd

*This page was updated on 2/10/2013 to clarify that the winner of the News Coverage category was Wales Tonight - April Jones, not Newyddion - Y Gemau Olympaidd as previously announced. A statement made by BAFTA Cymru Chairman, Dewi Vaughan Owen, is available on request by contacting the BAFTA Cymru office on +44 (0) 2920 223 898.




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Alun Williams

(04-23-2013)

"Massive congratulations to Osian Williams for winning a Bafta in Short Form and Animation - at 21 years old - is he the youngest recipient of a Bafta for filmmaking?"

BAFTA

(05-48-2013)

"@Andrew: Hi Andrew, thanks for raising this. The BAFTA Cymru Awards celebrate programmes and films from the previous calendar year; the nominated episodes of Sherlock are for the second series which was broadcast in January 2012. The first series of Sherlock, broadcast in 2010, won several awards at our 2011 ceremony."

Andrew Sloss

(05-00-2013)

"So the same episodes of Sherlock that won last year are up for the same awards this year? This reads as abject failure. Has Welsh TV really been that bad in the last 18 months?"

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