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Four craft Baftas for Wallander

Branagh stars as Swedish detective Kurt Wallander in the BBC series

BBC drama Wallander won four awards at the Bafta craft awards - a celebration of the work that goes on behind the scenes in television.

The three-part series, starring Kenneth Branagh as a Swedish detective, won in categories including original music and production design.

Doctor Who and BBC Two's UK forces documentary The Fallen won two each.

Aardman Animations, the maker of Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run, was given this year's special award.

Wallander, which took best drama at the TV Baftas, also won in the photography and lighting section as well as the sound for a fiction/entertainment programme category.

Breakthrough talent

BBC One's Doctor Who, which last year celebrated a victory for Steven Moffat in the writer category, won best visual effects and best editing for fiction/entertainment.

Stephen Fry and Peter Moffat
Stephen Fry present writer Peter Moffat with his award

Three-hour documentary The Fallen, which chronicled all those who had died in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, won best director for factual programme for film-maker Morgan Matthews and best editing for a factual.

The breakthrough talent award was won by Daniel Vernon, a recent graduate of the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire.

His BBC Two documentary Wonderland: The Man Who Eats Badgers (And Other Strange Tales From Bodmin Moor) featured a man who ate animals he found dead on the road.

Peter Moffat triumphed as best writer for BBC One thriller Criminal Justice.

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