Actress Catrin Mara's depiction of post- natal depression scooped the award
The BBC's longest-running TV soap, the Welsh language Pobol y Cwm, has beaten rivals EastEnders and Doctors to a mental health award.
The series, whose title means People of the Valley, won the Mind Mental Health Award.
The accolade was for the depiction of post-natal depression suffered by a single mother, Nesta, played by actress Catrin Mara.
Producer Ynyr Williams said they were "honoured and privileged".
"It means a great deal for the series and shows that our storylines are dealing with difficult and important issues that concern society today," he said as he accepted the award at a ceremony in London.
The awards celebrate the best portrayal of mental distress and reporting of mental health in broadcast media and cover a wide range of programmes, including radio and television documentary and drama, young people's media, news and soaps.
Keith Jones, BBC Wales head of Welsh language programmes, added: "This is a great honour for the BBC's longest running TV soap.
"It is important that our programmes reflect real life and issues affecting real people.
"Against such strong competition this award is a great testament to the quality of the team working on Pobol y Cwm."
This award comes weeks after Pobol y Cwm, which is produced by BBC Cymru Wales and broadcast on S4C, was shortlisted for the Stonewall Awards and received high praise from the organisers.
Pobol y Cwm was first broadcast in 1974, and Hollywood star Ioan Gruffudd began his career appearing as a child in the series.