dock10 has been recognised at the RTS craft and design awards in London.

The MediaCityUK-based studios won awards for its post-production work on BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2014 (BBC Sport) and for editing work completed by editor Paulo Pandolpho on Cucumber, made by RED Production Company for Channel 4.


Lewis Hamilton won last year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year

Praising Pandolpho’s work, the judging panel said: “The editing quite clearly was one of the stars of an incredibly brave piece of television. Outstanding visceral storytelling where the skill of the editor was key.”

dock10 has also just finished working with Red Productions on the second series of ITV1’s drama Prey and BBC Religion and Ethics on Blood and Gold: The Making of Spain (BBC Four).

Head of post production, Paul Austin, said: “We have unrivalled in-house talent, state-of-the-art equipment and workflow expertise across all genres, and these fantastic shows demonstrate the fact we are building so much valuable experience across both drama and docs.”

The second series of Prey saw editor Johnny Rayner and director Lewis Arnold return to dock10, after previously editing E4 series Banana at the facility. The audio was mixed by head of audio, Mark Briscoe.

Blood and Gold: The Making of Spain was graded by colourist Jamie Perry and the audio mixed by Mike Stewart.