Beryl Vertue, Andrew Scott, Mark Gatiss, & Elain Cameron at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards on May 1, 2012 in London.
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Cut and pasted from the Radio Times Website:
Sherlock was named best TV drama at the South Bank Awards this afternoon (1 May 2012), in a ceremony hosted by the Sky Arts show's presenter, Melvyn Bragg.
BBC1's modern-day take on the great detective beat Channel 4 series Top Boy and This Is England '88 to the gong as the awards celebrated their 16th year.
Co-creator Mark Gatiss and actor Andrew Scott, who plays Sherlock’s adversary, Moriarty, collected the award, while Gatiss's partner in crime, Steven Moffat, and the show's star, Benedict Cumberbatch, were in New York preparing to unleash the series on a US audience.
The famously eclectic South Bank Awards, now in its 16th year, prides itself on being "the only awards ceremony in the world where hip-hop sits alongside opera; literature alongside stand-up comedy and TV alongside architecture."
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