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BAFTA TV Awards

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By James Hamilton
LONDON — The Dorchester Hotel is home to many glittering awards ceremonies, but few presented by such big names as Prime Minister Tony Blair, George W. Bush and British soccer superstar David Beckham. That’s what the crowd almost got at the 2003 BAFTA Television Craft Awards, where the presenter was impersonator Alistair McGowan.
The winners:
Costume Design — Shakleton; Firstsight Films for Channel 4
Shirley Russel

Editing (Factual) — SAS Embassy Seige; BBC for BBC1
Peter Norrey

Editing/Fiction / Entertainment) – Daniel Deronda; BBC/WGBH Boston for BBC1
Phillip Koss

Graphic Design — The Dinosaur Hunters; Granada, for Channel 4
Burrell Durrant Hifle

Make Up and Hair Design – The Gathering Storm; Scott Free, in association with HBO/BBC Films for BBC1
Daniel Parker, Frances Hannon, Stephen Rose

New Director (Factual) — Death; Quality Time, for Channel 4
Alice Yglesias
New Director (Fiction) — Falling Apart; Century Films, for Channel 4
Brian Hill

New Writer — Falling Apart; Century Films, for Channel 4
Anna Maloney

Original Television Music — The Forsythe Saga; Granada for ITV1
Geoffrey Burgon

Photography (Factual) — Sahara with Michael Palin; Prominent Television for BBC1
Nigel Meakin

Photography and Lighting (Fiction/Entertainment) — Bloody Sunday; Granada, for ITV1
Ivan Strasburg

Production Design — The Gathering Storm; Scott Free, in association with HBO/BBC Films for BBC1
Luciana Arrighi

Sound (Factual) — The Queen Mother’s Funeral; BBC Events, for BBC1
The Sound Team

Sound(Fiction/Entertainment) — Daniel Deronda; BBC/WGBH Boston for BBC1
The Sound Team

Visual Effects — The Giant Claw—A Walking with Dinosaurs Special; Impossible Pictures, for BBC1
Max Tyrie, Tim Greenwood, Jez Gibson Harris

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