WFTV Award winners and directors Anna Hall and Penny Woolcock have both had their work recognised at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Yorkshire Awards, which took place on Friday 6 July.
Hall (pictured) directed Catching a Killer: The Search for Natalie Hemming which won the Award for Professional Excellence: Factual Production. Catching a Killer, produced by True Vision Yorkshire, also won the Documentary Series Award.
Meanwhile, Penny Woolcock won the Director: Fiction Award for her work on the series Ackley Bridge, produced by The Forge, which took home four awards in total.
Congratulations to them and to all the winners on the night.
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