Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2019 Winners

The full list of BPG TV and Radio Awards winners is:

Best Single Drama/Mini-series
A Very English Scandal
A Blueprint Pictures production for the BBC and Amazon Studios

Best Drama Series
Killing Eve
A Sid Gentle Films Ltd production for BBC America, internationally distributed by Endeavor Content      

Best Single Documentary
A Minnow Films production for BBC One

Best Documentary Series
Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation
An On the Corner production, in association with Rogan Productions, for BBC One

Best Entertainment
Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing
An Owl Power TV production for BBC Two

Best Online First/ Streaming
Killing Eve
A Sid Gentle Films Ltd production for BBC America, internationally distributed by Endeavor Content and first streamed in UK on BBC Three as a box set on BBC iPlayer

Best Comedy 
Derry Girls
A Hat Trick Productions production for Channel 4

Best of Multichannel 
Patrick Melrose
A Two Cities production in association with Sunnymarch and Little Island for Sky Atlantic and Showtime

Radio Broadcaster of the Year
Lauren Laverne
BBC Radio 6 Music, Late Night Woman’s Hour and Desert Island Discs, BBC Radio 4

Radio Programme of the Year
Tara and George
A Falling Tree Productions production for BBC Radio 4

Podcast of the Year
Hip Hop Saved My Life – Romesh Ranganathan
Ranga Bee Productions

Best Actor
Hugh Grant for A Very English Scandal (BBC One)

Best Actress
Jodie Comer for Killing Eve (BBC America)

Best Writer
Russell T Davies for A Very English Scandal (BBC One)

Innovation Award

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, for a ground-breaking form of storytelling.
A House of Tomorrow production for Netflix

Breakthrough Award
Alex Scott
Sports broadcaster for BBC and Sky

BPG Chairman’s Prize
Big Brother
EndemolShine Group for Channel 4 and Channel 5

Harvey Lee Award
Nicholas Parsons CBE
Actor, presenter & game show host, in particular, recognition of more than 50 years of presenting Radio 4’s Just A Minute.

Exclusive Winners Interviews Below:

What’s On Stage Awards 2019 Winners

Hamilton was the biggest winner at the What’s On Stage Awards, taking home five prizes on Sunday night. This included best actor in a musical for its star Jamael Westman and best supporting actor in a musical for Jason Pennycooke. Little Shop of Horrors and Heathers the Musical also took home several awards each at the London ceremony.

Sophie Okonedo and Aidan Turner won best actress and best actor in a play – Okonedo for Antony and Cleopatra at the National Theatre and Turner for Michael Grandage’s production of The Lieutenant of Inishmore.

Best new musical went to instant classic darkly comedy production of  Heathers, with West End superstar Carrie Hope Fletcher winning best actress in a musical for her role as Veronica Sawyer.
Full List of Winners Below:

Best actor in a play – Aidan Turner, The Lieutenant of Inishmore

Best actress in a play – Sophie Okonedo, Antony and Cleopatra

Best actor in a musical – Jamael Westman, Hamilton

Best actress in a musical – Carrie Hope Fletcher, Heathers the Musical

Best supporting actor in a play – Adrian Scarborough, The Madness of George III

Best supporting actress in a play – Vanessa Redgrave, The Inheritance

Best supporting actor in a musical – Jason Pennycooke, Hamilton

Best supporting actress in a musical – Patti LuPone, Company

Best new play – The Inheritance

Best new musical – Heathers the Musical

Best play revival – The Madness of George III

Best musical revival – Little Shop of Horrors

Best direction – Marianne Elliott, Company

Best choreography – Andy Blankenbuehler, Hamilton

Best costume design – Paul Tazewell, Hamilton

Best set design – Tom Scutt, Little Shop of Horrors

Best lighting design – Howell Binkley, Hamilton

Best video design – Terry Scruby, Chess

Best off-West End production – Six the Musical

Best regional production – Spring Awakening

Best original cast recording – Everybody’s Talking about Jamie

Best show poster – Little Shop of Horrors

Best West End show – Les Miserables