BBC Wales' April Jones documentary wins TV award

April Jones
Image caption April went missing from Machynlleth in 2012. Mark Bridger was later jailed for life for her murder

A television documentary looking at how five-year-old April Jones's family coped after she was murdered in 2012 has won an award.

Royal Television Society judges called BBC Wales' Week In Week Out programme's Life After April an "outstanding piece of journalism".

They added it "took us deep inside the trauma of a family who were still mourning the loss of their daughter".

The programme won the Nations and Regions Current Affairs award.

Cardiff-born journalist Jeremy Bowen won the Interview of the Year award for his exclusive interview with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

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