Channel 4 series Wife Swap has cleaned up at the Broadcast magazine TV awards, winning four prizes.
Goody and Ingram ended up in harmony
The series, which sees two wives swap families for a week, won prizes for best popular factual, independent production, international sales and best new programme.
BBC Two was channel of the year after a 100-strong Broadcast readership panel voted on the new category.
The channel was praised for programmes Restoration and Great Britons.
Channel 4 has followed up Wife Swap with a celebrity edition, which featured Millionaire cheat Major Charles Ingram and his wife and former Big Brother contestant Jade Goody, and with a new series Boss Swap.
Other winners at the awards include:
best drama one-off - ITV1's The Second Coming
best documentary programme Channel 4's Cutting Edge
best children's programme - CBeebies The Lost Letter
best sports programme gong - ITV2's Tour de France 2003
best news programme - BBC Two's Newsnight - Blair Special
best multichannel - BBC Three's Monkey Dust
best documentary series - Channel 4's Operatunity
best comedy programme award - Channel 4's Bo' Selecta
best drama series - BBC1's State of Play
best light entertainment - BBC1's Friday Night with Jonathan Ross