AceShowbiz - "Gangs of London" scooped four prizes at the BAFTA Cymru (Wales) Awards on Sunday, October 24 night.
The show picked up gongs for technical categories including Photography and Lighting: Fiction, Editing, Production Design and Sound - the most for any show this year - while "It's a Sin" also impressed, with the Actor prize going to Callum Scott Howells and Russell T Davies winning Writer.
Rhod Gilbert received the Presenter award for "Rhod Gilbert's Work Experience", which also won for Factual Series, while "The Pembrokeshire Murders" collected the awards for Television Drama and Director: Fiction, which went to Marc Evans.
Morfydd Clark won her first prize for Actress in "Saint Maud", while Director: Factual was presented to first-time nominee Liana Stewart for "Black & Welsh".
"Strictly Amy: Crohn's and Me" won Single Documentary and Photography: Factual was presented to the Camera Team for "Critical: Coronavirus in Intensive Care". "Pawb a'i Farn - Black Lives Matter" won the award for News and Current Affairs.
The Make-up and Hair award was won by Claire Pritchard-Jones for "Roald & Beatrix: The Tail of the Curious Mouse", while Caroline McCall won Costume for her work on "His Dark Materials".
Children's Program went to "Deian a Loli" for the third time, Entertainment Program was won by "Dolig Ysgol Ni: Maesincla" and the Short Film category was awarded to "The Welshman". "Eternal Beauty" took home Feature/Television Film.
The winner of this year's Breakthrough award was Michael Kendrick Williams for his role as producer on "Britannia's Burning: Fire on the Bridge" (a.k.a. "Britannia: Tan ar y Bont").