2011

The 37th BPG TV & Radio awards were presented at a lunch on March 27th, 2011 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. 

Best Single Drama
Mo
(An ITV Studios production for Channel 4)

Best Drama Series
Downton Abbey
(A Carnival Films/Masterpiece co-production for ITV1)

Best Single Documentary
Cutting Edge: My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding
(A Firecracker Films production for Cutting Edge on Channel 4)

Best Documentary Series
Wonders of the Solar System
(A BBC Factual London and Science Channel co-production for BBC Two)

Best Comedy
Miranda
(A BBC Comedy production for BBC Two)

Best Factual Entertainment
The Apprentice
(A TalkbackThames production for BBC One)

Best Multichannel Programme
Fry and Laurie: Reunited
(A Tiger Aspect production for GOLD)

Best Actor
Benedict Cumberbatch
(Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock, for BBC One)

Best Actress
Julie Walters
(Mo Mowlam in Mo, for Channel 4)

Best TV Performer in a Non-acting Role
Professor Brian Cox for Wonders of the Solar System
(A BBC Factual London and Science Channel co-production for BBC Two)

Writer’s Award
Julian Fellowes
(Downton Abbey, a Carnival Films/Masterpiece co-production for ITV1)

Radio Broadcaster of the Year
Graham Seed
(Nigel Pargetter in The Archers, a BBC Radio production for BBC Radio 4)

Radio Programme of the Year
Ed Reardon’s Week
(A BBC Radio production for BBC Radio 4)

Innovation Award
The 2010 Leader Election Debates on Television (BBC, ITV & Sky)

Harvey Lee Award for Outstanding Contribution to Broadcasting
Tony Warren, creator of Coronation Street

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