Stephen Fry, James Corden, "Game of Thrones" and More Honored at Royal Television Society Awards
Winners of The Royal Television Society Awards were announced March 18 in an evening hosted by comedian Tim Vine at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
The annual awards aim to recognize the work of exceptional actors, presenters, writers and production teams, as well as celebrate the programs themselves.
Stephen Fry, who was named Best Presenter for his series "Stephen Fry - Out There." Fry recently performed on Broadway in and Richard III Twelfth Night.
James Corden, a Tony Award winner for , was honored for Best Writer - Comedy, along with Mathew Baynton, for the series "The Wrong Mans." One Man, Two Guvnors
"Richard III: King In The Car Park" won Best History Program, and "Game of Thrones" won Best International Program.
rts.org.uk for a complete list of winners and more information.
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