Three programs scored double wins at tonight’s BAFTA TV Awards in London. Wolf Hall — Playground Entertainment, Company Pictures and BBC Two’s adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Booker Prize winning novels — which led the nominations coming into the evening, took the Drama Series win. Star Mark Rylance, also a BAFTA Film Award and Oscar winner this year for his supporting turn in Steven Spielberg’s Bridge Of Spies, was victorious in the Leading Actor race. Shane Meadows’ latest installment in the This Is England series for Channel 4, This Is England ’90, took kudos for Miniseries and Chanel Cresswell as Supporting Actress. Rounding out the double winners, BBC iPlayer’s Peter Kay’s Car Share was tops in Scripted Comedy and Kay took the Male Performance in a Comedy Program category.

Suranne Jones won the BAFTA for Leading Actress for her portrayal of a wife betrayed by her husband’s infidelity in BBC One breakout Doctor Foster. Tom Courtenay scooped the Supporting Actor prize for ITV’s Unforgotten. This was his 3rd BAFTA, coming 53 years since his first for Most Promising Newcomer.

The Special Award was presented to comedian and writer Lenny Henry, in recognition of his creative contribution to television during a career that has so far spanned 40 years. He is also a co-founder of Comic Relief, which has raised over £1B to date.

The Fellowship, the highest accolade the British Academy bestows, was presented to Steptoe And Son writing duo Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.

The full list of tonight’s winners is below:

DRAMA SERIES
WOLF HALL Peter Kosminsky, Peter Straughan, Mark Pybus, Colin Callender – Playground Entertainment, Company Pictures/BBC Two

COMEDY AND COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM
HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU Richard Wilson, Mark Barrett, Danny Carr, John L Spencer – Hat Trick Productions/BBC One

MINISERIES
THIS IS ENGLAND ’90 Shane Meadows, Mark Herbert, Jack Thorne, Rebekah Wray-Rogers – Warp Films/Channel 4

LEADING ACTOR
MARK RYLANCE, Wolf Hall – BBC Two

LEADING ACTRESS

SURANNE JONES Doctor Foster – BBC One

SUPPORTING ACTOR

TOM COURTENAY Unforgotten – ITV

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
CHANEL CRESSWELL This Is England ’90 – Channel 4

MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAM
PETER KAY Peter Kay’s Car Share –BBC iPlayer

FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAM
MICHAELA COEL Chewing Gum – E4

SCRIPTED COMEDY
PETER KAY’S CAR SHARE Peter Kay, Gill Isles, Sian Gibson, Paul Coleman – Goodnight Vienna Productions/BBC iPlayer

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM
STRICTLY COME DANCING Louise Rainbow, Vinnie Shergill, Sarah James, Nikki Parsons – BBC Entertainment/BBC One

FEATURES
THE GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF Paulo Proto, Andy Devonshire, Anna Beattie – Love Productions/BBC One

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INTERNATIONAL SERIES
TRANSPARENT Production Team – Amazon Studios/Amazon Prime Instant Video

SOAP & CONTINUING DRAMA
EASTENDERS Production Team – BBC Drama Production London/BBC One

FACTUAL SERIES
THE MURDER DETECTIVES Production Team – Films of Record/Channel 4

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY
MY SON THE JIHADI Production Team – True Vision/Channel 4

SINGLE DRAMA
DON’T TAKE MY BABY Jack Thorne, Ben Anthony, Pier Wilkie, Aysha Rafaele – BBC Documentaries Production/BBC Three

ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMANCE
LEIGH FRANCIS Celebrity Juice – ITV2

CURRENT AFFAIRS
OUTBREAK: THE TRUTH ABOUT EBOLA (THIS WORLD) Dan Edge, Sasha Achilli – Mongoose Pictures/Quicksilver Media/BBC Two

NEWS COVERAGE
CHANNEL 4 NEWS: PARIS MASSACRE Jon Snow, Lindsey Hilsum, Jonathan Rugman, Ben de Pear – Channel 4 News/Channel 4

REALITY & CONSTRUCTED FACTUAL
FIRST DATES Nicola Lloyd, Martin Conway, Adam Chapman – Twenty Twenty/Channel 4

SPECIALIST FACTUAL
BRITAIN’S FORGOTTEN SLAVE OWNERS Production Team – BBC History Unit/BBC Two

SPORT
THE ASHES Bryan Henderson, Mark Lynch, David Lloyd, Ian Ward – Sky Sports/Sky Sports 2

LIVE EVENT
BIG BLUE LIVE Production Team – BBC/BBC One

FELLOWSHIP

RAY GALTON AND ALAN SIMPSON

SPECIAL AWARD
LENNY HENRY

RADIO TIMES AUDIENCE AWARD
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