These took place on Monday 16 January 2023 at the Royal College of Physicians in London, presented by Rachel Parris (view the programme).


Outstanding Contribution

Presenter: Stephanie Dale

David Edgar
Best Online Comedy

Presenter: Josie Lawrence

The Room Next Door – Boris Johnson Resignation Speech by Michael Spicer
Best Long Running TV Series

Presenter: Jack Thorne

Doctors, Episode 5, ‘Hello?’ By Toby Walton
Best Writing in a Video Game

Presenter: Olivia Wood

Immortality, Sam Barlow, Barry Gifford, Amelia Gray and Allan Scott
Best Children’s TV Episode

Presenter: Larry and Paul

Dodger, Episode 9, ‘Dosh’ by Rhys Thomas and Lucy Montgomery
Best Radio Comedy

Presenter: Michael Spicer

Whatever Happened to Baby Jane Austen by David Quantick
Best Long Form TV Drama

Presenter: Helen Lederer

This is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay
Best First Novel

Presenter: John O’Farrell

The Return of Faraz Ali by Aamina Ahmad
Best First Screenplay

Presenter: Emma Ko

Passing by Rebecca Hall
Best Radio Drama

Presenter: Samira Ahmed

Waterloo Station by Katie Hims
Best Play for Young Audiences

Presenter: Charlie Higson

The IT by Vivienne Franzmann
Best Play

Presenter: Roy Williams

Wonder Boy by Ross Willis
Best Screenplay

Presenter: Tony Grisoni

Munich – The Edge of War by Ben Power
Best TV Situation Comedy

Presenter: Maurice Gran

Big Boys by Jack Rooke
Best Short Form TV Drama

Presenter: Steven Moffat

Four Lives by Neil McKay