Game Of Thrones prequel series House Of The Dragon and BBC dark comedy This Is Going To Hurt swept the Bafta Television Craft Awards, scooping three prizes apiece.
The annual ceremony celebrates behind-the-scenes talent and was hosted by comedian and TV presenter Mel Giedroyc at The Brewery in London on Sunday evening.
House Of The Dragon, the HBO fantasy drama based on author George RR Martin’s Fire And Blood and set 200 years before the events of Game Of Thrones, initially dominated the awards ceremony.
The big-name series starring Matt Smith, Emma D’Arcy and Paddy Considine won awards for make-up and hair design, sound: fiction and special, visual and graphic effects.
Meanwhile, dark medical comedy This Is Going To Hurt, based on the best-selling book of the same name by Adam Kay, also took home a trio of gongs.
The BBC series starring Ben Whishaw and Ambika Mod won in both the scripted casting and editing category, while best writer: drama went to 42-year-old Kay who is a first time winner.
It featured commentary from presenters including Huw Edwards, Kirsty Young and David Dimbleby – who came out of retirement for the event.
Meanwhile the entertainment craft team award went to BBC flagship show Strictly Come Dancing.
Derry Girls creator and scriptwriter Lisa McGee also took home the writer: comedy award for the hit Channel 4 programme, which follows a group of teenagers growing up in Derry during the Troubles.