Sherlock and The X Factor were among the shows recognised at an awards ceremony celebrating the best behind-the-scenes work on TV last year.
The BBC take on Arthur Conan Doyle's detective stories won for editing and sound in the fiction category at the British Academy Television Craft Awards.
There was also success for ITV, with staff who worked on The X Factor taking the entertainment craft team award - pipping rivals The Voice and Strictly Come Dancing.
Supernatural horror series Penny Dreadful won accolades for production design, make up and hair design and original music.
Sally Wainwright won the drama writer category for her police thriller Happy Valley. Mackenzie Crook, the former The Office actor, prevailed in the comedy writing section for Detectorists, in which he also starred.
Doctor Whowas successful in the special, visual & graphic effects category.
Vision mixer Hilary Briegel was presented with the special award at the event for her work across productions including Absolutely Fabulous, Only Fools And Horses, Newsnight, the Wimbledon Championships and the Olympic Games.
Last night's ceremony was held at The Brewery in the City of London and hosted by Episodes star Stephen Mangan.
The full list of winners at the British Academy Television Craft Awards is:
Special award : Hilary Briegel
Breakthrough talent : Marc Williamson (The Last Chance School)
Costume design : Phoebe De Gaye (The Musketeers)
Digital Creativity: Live From Space: Online
Director, factual: Dan Reed (The Paedophile Hunter)
Director, fiction: Julian Farino (Marvellous)
Director, Multi-Camera: Paul Mcnamara (2014 FA Cup Final)
Editing, Factual: Jake Martin (Grayson Perry: Who Are You?)
Editing, Fiction: Yan Miles (Sherlock)
Entertainment Craft Team: Dave Davey, Robert Edwards, Falk Rosenthal (The X Factor)
Make Up and Hair Design: Enzo Mastrantonio, Nick Dudman, Stefano Ceccarelli (Penny Dreadful)
Original Music: Abel Korzeniowski (Penny Dreadful)
Photography, Factual: Marcel Mettelsiefen (Children On The Frontline, Dispatches)
Photography and Lighting, Fiction: Mike Eley (The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jefferies)
Production Design: Jonathan McKinstry, Philip Murphy (Penny Dreadful)
Sound, Factual: Mike Hatch, Kuz Randhawa, Matt Skilton (Messiah At The Foundling Hospital)
Sound, Fiction: John Mooney, Douglas Sinclair, Howard Bargroff, Paul Mcfadden (Sherlock)
Special, Visual and Graphic Effects: MILK VFX, REAL SFX, BBC WALES VFX (Doctor Who)
Titles and Graphic Identity: Mark Roalfe, Tomek Baginski, Ron Chakraborty (Winter Olympics 2014)
Writer, Comedy: Mackenzie Crook (Detectorists)
Writer, Drama: Sally Wainwright (Happy Valley)