BBC television series Vigil was among the Scottish winners at this week’s Celtic Media Festival.
Last summer’s programme, set on a nuclear submarine, won the drama series category.
The six-part series was made by World Productions and broadcast on BBC One.
The Celtic Media Festival brings together producers and broadcasters from Brittany, Cornwall, Galicia, Ireland, the Isle of Man, Scotland, and Wales.
Scottish music shows also did well at the competition, with Beezr Studio’s production of Cuirm @ Celtic: Duncan Chisholm for BBC Alba winning the live music programme category, while Sky Arts’ Runrig: There Must Be A Place took home the feature documentary prize for Blazing Griffin Pictures.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal’s Spòrs na Seachdain triumphed in the radio sport category.
MacTV’s Trusadh – Afro-Gàidheil won the “spirit of the festival” award.
In the BBC Alba programme, jazz singer Cass Ezeji meets Gaelic speakers of African heritage.
Festival director Catriona Logan said: “This has been a really special Celtic Media Festival as it’s the first one we’ve been able to do in person since 2019.
“The spirit of the Celtic nations and regions is as strong as ever, with Breton drama Fin Ar Bed 2 (“At The End Of The World”) striking a world distribution deal during the festival, which is fantastic.”
The Crossing – a documentary about the ferry routes between Belfast, Dublin, and Liverpool – won the festival’s international pitching competition.
This year’s festival was held at Quimper in Brittany, with next year’s gathering taking place at Dungloe in Ireland.
Read more news on Scottish Field‘s film and television pages.
Plus, don’t miss television star Patrick Grant’s credo in the July issue of Scottish Field magazine.