The BBC celebrated a range of successes at the Royal Television Society (Midland Centre) Awards at Birmingham's ICC.
The corporation claimed seven wins from the ten categories it was nominated in: Best Drama, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Popular Factual Programme, Best News/Current Affairs Programme, Best Specialist Factual Programme and Best Regional Programme
Hosted by comedian Brian Conley on Saturday, the awards were attended by the cream of Midlands talent to celebrate the very best of programming made in the region.
Popular presenter Tony Robinson scooped the Best On-screen Personality Award, while Best New Talent went to Phil Nodding, a writer for the award winning Channel 4 series Shameless.
Warren Clarke was named Best Actor, Inside Out claimed the Best News/Current Affairs category; and Marrying my Cousin from BBC Birmingham's Documentaries & Contemporary Factual Department was Best Specialist Factual Programme.
The Channel 4 Ideas Factory at Maverick Television took the Best Creative Innovation title and BFM Productions picked up the Best Independent Programme award. Laurie Upshon, ex-Controller of News and Operations, ITV Central, was awarded the Baird Medal, for outstanding contribution to TV.
Rob Golding, chair of RTS Midland Centre, said: "The standard of entries we have received this year is a testament to the excellent production companies we have here in the Midlands."