Sky’s The Tunnel and Channel 4’s Utopia win at RTS Craft and Design Awards
Sky Atlantic drama The Tunnel, Sky1’s The Smoke, BBC2’s Rev and Channel 4’s Utopia were multiple winners at the Royal Television Society’s Craft and Design Awards.
The Tunnel won for Adrian Johnston’s score and for its original title music, by Johnston and Dominik Moll, while The Smoke won for its special effects and for sound.
The second series of Channel 4’s Utopia won for its photography and production design.
BBC2’s Rev won for both its editing and costume designs by Annie Hardinge, while BBC3’s In the Flesh won for its make up design by Davy Jones.
Strictly Come Dancing was honoured in the make up design section, with the award going to Lisa Armstrong.
The ceremony was held last night at the London Hilton, hosted by Jennifer Saunders.
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