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Sunday 13 May
View photos from the 2012 British Academy Television Craft Awards ceremony held at The Brewery in London on 13 May.
Comedian and actor Alan Davies takes to the stage to host the 2012 Television Craft Awards.
Sherlock star Andrew Scott presents the Award for Production Design.
David Roger collects the Production Design BAFTA for Great Expectations
Mary Berry presents the Award for Editing: Factual
The winning team of the Editing Factual Award, for Frozen Planet (To The Ends Of The Earth) with food writer and star of Great British Bake Off Mary Berry.
Oona Chaplin presents the Award for Editing: Fiction.
Charlie Philips wins the Editing Fiction BAFTA for Sherlock (A Scandal in Belgravia)
Ukweli Roach presents the Award for Original Music.
The Original Music BAFTA is won by Brian Eno for Top Boy. Show producer Alasdair Flint accept the award on his behalf.
Actor Tom Ellis presents the Award for Director: Multi-Camera sponsored by The Farm LA
Phil Heyes receives the BAFTA for Director: Multi: Camera for his work on The X-Factor Final
Ruth Bradley presents the Award for Visual Effects.
Visual Effects winners from BlueBolt with actress Ruth Bradley. They received the Award for their work on Great Expectations.
Kierston Wareing presents the Award for Make-Up and Hair Design.
Jacqueline Fowler, Make-Up Artist on The Crimson Petal and the White receives the BAFTA for Make-Up and Hair Design, sponsored by MAC.
Nathan Stewart Jarrett presents the Award for Sound: Fiction.
John Mooney, Jeremy Child, Howard Bargroff and Doug Sinclair pick up the BAFTA for Sound: Fiction.
Dan Snow presents the Award for Sound: Factual.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy presents the BAFTA for Director: Factual sponsored by ProductionBase.
Tim Owens, Graham Wild and Kate Hopkins celebrate their win in the Sound: Factual category
Sarah Solemani presents the Award for Digital Creativity.
Steph Harris, Dan Jones and Sandra Gorel win the BAFTA for Digital Creativity.
Stars of Fresh Meat Joe Thomas and Kimberly Nixon present the Awards for Photography & Lighting: Fiction and Photography: Factual
George Ormond, producer of Great Expectations accepts the Photography & Lighting: Fiction Award on behalf of Florian Hoffmeister. Great Expectations picked up three BAFTAs at the 2012 TV Craft Awards.
The camera team behind Frozen Planet celebrate the programme's third win of the evening.
Actress Charlotte Riley presents the BAFTA for Costume Design.
Charlotte Walter, costume designer on Birdsong wins the Costume Design Award.
Kane Robinson presents the Break-Through Talent Award sponsored by Sara Putt Associates.
Neil McKay picks up the BAFTA for Break-Through Talent on behalf of Kwadjo Dajan who was unable to pick up the Award in person. Kwadjo won the Award as co-producer on Appropriate Adult.
Veteran broadcaster Nicholas Parsons presented the BAFTA for Entertainment Craft Team.
The Entertainment Craft Team Award was picked up by The Cube for the second year running.
Great Expectations Actor Shaun Dooley presents the BAFTA for Writer.
Steven Moffat receives the BAFTA for Writer at the 2012 Television Craft Awards. Sherlock picked up 3 Awards on the night.
David Clews wins the BAFTA for Director: Factual for his brilliant work on Educating Essex
Jonathan Firth presents the award for Director: Fiction sponsored by Production Base.
Hugo Blick picks up the Director: Fiction Award for The Shadow Line.
Actor, Adrian Dunbar presents the Special Award to Colourist, Aidan Farrell.
Colourist, Aidan Farrell is the recipient of the 2012 TV Craft Special Award for his outstanding creative contribution to the industry.
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