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BBC wins at RTS Scotland Awards 2018

Hannah Khalil

Digital Content Producer, About The BBC Blog

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CBBC's The Dog Ate My Homework

Last night (Wednesday 9 May 2018) the RTS Scotland Awards 2018 were held at a ceremony at the Old Fruit Market in Glasgow.

BBC people and programmes took home awards in 17 categories. Notably, Ewan Angus the outgoing BBC Scotland Commissioning Editor, Television was given the The RTS Scotland Award 2018: an industry award for outstanding contribution to television in Scotland.

All the BBC winners are listed below: 

  • Documentary and Specialist Factual, Sighthill: BBC Two Scotland
  • Documentary and Specialist Factual: History, Brian Cox's Russia, BBC Scotland
  • Documentary and Specialist Factual: Arts,  Terry Pratchett: Back in Black, BBC Scotland
  • Documentary and Specialist Factual: Science and Natural History, Trust Me, I'm A Doctor: Mental Health Special, BBC Two
  • Drama, Queers – The Man on the Platform, BBC Four
  • Current Affairs Programme, Football Abuse: The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game, BBC One Scotland
  • Sport: Programme, Glasgow 1967: The Lisbon Lions, BBC Scotland
  • Comedy, The Dog Ate My Homework, CBBC
  • Children's, Gudrun The Viking Princess, CBeebies
  • On Screen Personality: Iain Stirling The Dog Ate My Homework, CBBC
  • Director: Biança Barker A Family Divided, BBC Scotland
  • Professional Excellence: Camera: Glen Milner  Handmade in Hull, BBC Four
  • Professional Excellence: Sound: Kahl Henderson Accidental Anarchist, BBC Four
  • Professional Excellence: Post Production Editing: David Arthur Sighthill, BBC Two Scotland
  • Professional Excellence: Post Production Graphics and Tilting: Playdead, Trust Me, I'm A Doctor, BBC Two
  • Innovation Award, Kidder, BBC The Social
  • The RTS Scotland Award 2018: Ewan Angus

A full list of winners is available at the RTS website. 

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