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Irish writer Linehan wins at TV Craft BAFTAs

1 of 1 Linehan - Won the Best Writer, Comedy award for his work on The IT Crowd
Linehan - Won the Best Writer, Comedy award for his work on The IT Crowd

Graham Linehan and Mark Geraghty were among the winners at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Craft Awards in London on Sunday night.

Linehan won the Best Writer, Comedy award for his work on The IT Crowd - his fifth BAFTA.

Geraghty was honoured with the Best Production Design award for his work on the Dublin-shot Ripper Street.

There were two BAFTAs for the Cillian Murphy-starring Peaky Blinders: Best Director, Fiction (Otto Bathurst) and Best Photography and Lighting, Fiction (George Steel).

Steve Singleton was honoured with the Best Editing, Fiction award for his work on the Belfast-shot The Fall.

The British Academy Television Awards, which feature the acting categories, take place in London on Sunday May 23.

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