BBC2 sitcom Rev will sweep the board at this year's Broadcasting Press Guild awards with four prizes including two for one of its stars, Olivia Colman.
The Tom Hollander comedy about the exploits of east London vicar Adam Smallbone will pick up four awards at the ceremony on Friday lunchtime, including the best comedy/entertainment prize, the writer's award (for Hollander and James Wood) and the best actress and breakthrough awards won by Colman.
Colman, who plays the vicar's wife Alex Smallbone in Rev, will also be recognised for her role as Nancy Ronstadt in BBC1 drama Exile.
It is rare but not entirely unprecedented for a single programme to pick up four Bpg awards, which are now into their 38th year. Previous four-gong winners include acclaimed BBC2 drama Our Friends In The North.