BAFTA TV Awards for RADA graduates
Several RADA graduates have won BAFTA TV Awards across acting and craft categories.
At the BAFTA TV Craft Awards on 17 July, technical theatre graduate and lighting designer David Bishop was among the team awarded best Entertainment Craft Team for Strictly Come Dancing.
At the BAFTA TV Awards on 31 July, Sian Clifford won Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme for her performance as Claire in Fleabag. Phoebe Waller-Bridge was also nominated for her performance in the title role and for Writer: Comedy.
Glenda Jackson won Leading Actress for her performance in acclaimed one-off drama Elizabeth is Missing, her first return to television in 27 years.
Congratulations to all our graduates! You can find the full list of winners here and read about all the graduates who were nominated here.