What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has won two BAFTA TV Awards.
- 9/11: Inside the President's War Room won the Editing: Factual category.
- 1971: The Year Music Changed Everything won the Sound: Factual category.
Apple TV+ has picked up its first BAFTA TV Awards after two of its documentaries were chosen as the winners of the Editing: Factual and Sound: Factual categories.
The two wins were the first BAFTA TV Awards for Apple TV+ with both winners now streaming on the service for all subscribers to watch. The two Apple TV+ winners included:
- Editing: Factual – Danny Collins and Mark Hammill, 9/11: Inside the President's War Room.
- Sound: Factual – Stephen Griffiths, Andy Shelley, Nas Parkash, Dan Johnson, Tae Hak Kim and Claire Ellis, 1971: The Year Music Changed Everything.
Apple TV+ outlined both documentaries in a newsroom post yesterday.
Those looking to take both winners in will need an Apple TV+ subscription, priced at $4.99. The streaming service is also available via the Apple One subscription bundle, too.
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