BAFTA TV Awards 2023: Check Out All The Winners

On May 14, 2023, the Royal Festival Hall in London hosted the 2023 British Academy Television Awards to honor the best British television of the previous year under review.

Ben Whishaw and Kate Winslet won the top acting awards, while the International BAFTA went to Netflix’s Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.

On March 22, 2023, the British Academy Television Craft Award nominees were announced simultaneously with the nominations for these awards.

The public was thrilled to learn about the Memorable Moment category nominees on April 18, 2023, when they could cast their votes. “The Responder”, an enthralling BBC One show, gathered the biggest number of nominations, getting four altogether.

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Hosting the event were comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan, while BBC One had the honor of broadcasting the occasion.

The Full Winners:

Drama series:

Bad Sisters – Winner

The Responder


Somewhere Boy


A Spy Among Friends

Mood – Winner

The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe

This is Going to Hurt


The Bear (Disney Plus)

Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Netflix) – Winner

Wednesday (Netflix)

Oussekine (Itineraire)

Pachinko (Apple TV Plus)

The White Lotus (Sky Atlantic)

Leading actress:

Billie Piper – I Hate Suzie Too (Sky Atlantic)

Imelda Staunton – The Crown (Netflix)

Kate Winslet – I Am Ruth (Channel 4) – Winner

Maxine Peake – Anne (Channel 4)

Sarah Lancashire – Julia (Sky Atlantic)

Vicky McClure – Without Sin (ITVX)

Leading actor:

Ben Whishaw – This is Going to Hurt (BBC One) – Winner

Chaske Spencer – The English (BBC Two)

Cillian Murphy – Peaky Blinders (BBC One)

Gary Oldman – Slow Horses (Apple TV Plus)

Martin Freeman – The Responder (BBC One)

Taron Egerton – Black Bird (Apple TV Plus)

Female performance in a comedy programme:

Daisy May Cooper – Am I Being Unreasonable? (BBC One)

Diane Morgan – Cunk on Earth (BBC Two)

Lucy Beaumont – Meet the Richardsons (Dave)

Natasia Demetriou – Ellie & Natasia (BBC Three)

Siobhán McSweeney – Derry Girls (Channel 4) – Winner

Taj Atwal – Hullraisers (Channel 4)

Male performance in a comedy programme:

Daniel Radcliffe – Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (The Roku Channel)

Jon Pointing – Big Boys (Channel 4)

Josept Gilgun – Brassic (Sky Max)

Lenny Rush – Am I Being Unreasonable? (BBC One) – Winner

Matt Berry – What We Do In The Shadows (Disney Plus)

Stephen Merchant – The Outlaws (BBC One

Jack Lowden – Slow Horses (Apple TV Plus)

Josh Finan – The Responder (BBC One)

Salim Daw – The Crown (Netflix)

Samuel Bottomley – Somewhere Boy (Channel 4)

Will Sharpe – The White Lotus (Sky Atlantic)

Supporting actress:

Adelayo Adedayo – The Responder (BBC One)

Anne-Marie Duff – Bad Sisters (Apple TV Plus) – Winner

Fiona Shaw – Andor (Disney Plus)

Jasmine Jobson – Top Boy (Netflix)

Lesley Manville – Sherwood (BBC One)

Saffron Hocking – Top Boy (Netflix)

Entertainment performance:

Big Zuu – Big Zuu’s Big Eats (Dave)

Claudia Winkleman – The Traitors (BBC One) – Winner

Lee Mack – The 1% Club (ITV1)

Mo Gilligan – The Lateish Show With Mo Gilligan (Channel 4)

Rosie Jones – Rosie Jones’ Trip Hazard (Channel 4)

Sue Perkins – Sue Perkins: Perfectly Legal (Netflix)

Specialist factual:

Aids: The Unheard Tapes (BBC Two)

The Green Planet (BBC One)

How to Survive a Dictator With Munya Chawawa (Channel 4)

Russia 1985-1999: Traumazone (iPlayer) – Winner

Reality and constructed factual:

Freddie Flintoff’s Field of Dreams (BBC One)

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK (BBC Three)

The Traitors (BBC One) – Winner

We Are Black and British (BBC Two)


The Chase (ITV)

The Repair Shop: A Royal Visit (BBC One) – Winner

Scam Interceptors (BBC One)

Current affairs:

Afghanistan: No Country for Women: Exposure (ITV1)

Children of the Taliban (Channel 4) – Winner

The Crossing: Exposure (ITV1)

Mariupol: The People’s Story – Panorama (BBC One)

Entertainment programme:

Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV)

Later … With Jools Holland (BBC Two)

The Masked Singer (ITV) – Winner

Strictly Come Dancing (BBC One)

Scripted comedy:

Am I Being Unreasonable? (BBC One)

Big Boys (Channel 4)

Derry Girls (Channel 4) – Winner

Ghosts (BBC One)

Comedy entertainment programme:

Friday Night Live (Channel 4) – Winner

The Graham Norton Show (BBC One)

Taskmaster (Channel 4)

Would I Lie To You? (BBC One)

Short form programme:

Always, Asifa (Together TV)

Biscuitland (All 4)

How to Be A Person (E4) – Winner

Kingpin Cribs (YouTube/Channel 4)

Factual series:

Jeremy Kyle Show: Death on Daytime (Channel 4)

Libby, Are You Home Yet? (Sky Crime) – Winner

Vatican Girl: The Disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi (Netflix)

Worlds Collide: The Manchester Bombing (ITV1)


Big Zuu’s Big Eats (Dave)

Joe Lycett Vs Beckham: Got Your Back (Channel 4) – Winner

The Martin Lewis Money Show Live (ITV1)

The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan (BBC Two)

Live event:

Concert for Ukraine (ITV1)

Platinum Jubilee: Party at the Palace (BBC One) – Winner

The State Funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II (BBC One)

News coverage:

BBC News at 10: Russia Invades Ukraine (BBC One)

Channel 4 News: Live in Kyiv (Channel 4) – Winner

Good Morning Britain: Boris Johnson Interview (ITV1)

Single documentary:

Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes (Sky Documentaries)

Escape from Kabul Airport (BBC Two)

Our Falklands War: A Frontline Story (BBC Two)

The Real Mo Farah (BBC One) – Winner

Single drama:

I Am Ruth (Channel 4) – Winner

The House (Netflix)

Life and Death in the Warehouse (BBC Three)

Soap and continuing drama:

Casualty (BBC One) – Winner

EastEnders (BBC One)

Emmerdale (ITV1)


Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games (BBC One)

UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 (BBC One) – Winner

Wimbledon 2022 (BBC)

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