Ólafur Arnalds Wins TV Craft BAFTA For Broadchurch Score

Icelandic composer and musician Ólafur Arnalds celebrates a much-deserved win tonight as he was awarded the TV Craft BAFTA in the Original Television Music category for Broadchurch. Arnalds' haunting and atmospheric score faced strong competition from Martin Phipps for Peaky Blinders, Mark Bradshaw for Top Of The Lake and Paul Englishby for Luther.

Broadchurch sadly lost out in its four other nominations, including the Writer - Drama category where Chris Chibnall lost out to In The Flesh creator Dominic Mitchell. For the other results click here. The winners were announced this evening at a ceremony held at The Brewery in London hosted by Stephen Mangan. 

The Broadchurch soundtrack by Ólafur Arnalds is available as a download from iTunes


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