Charlie Brooker and Terry Pratchett triumph at Emmys

Black Mirror and Choosing to Die pick up awards at International Emmy ceremony in New York

Channel 4's Charlie Brooker drama Black Mirror and BBC2's Terry Pratchett documentary about assisted death were the UK winners at the 2012 International Emmy awards.

Black Mirror, produced by Endemol subsidiary Zeppotron, won best TV movie/mini-series at the International Emmy awards ceremony in New York on Monday night.

Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die, a BBC/Keo production, picked up best documentary.

French cop show Braquo, a Capa Drama/Bad Company production for Canal+, broadcast on FX in the UK, was named best drama; while Active TV/Seven Network/ABC Studios' The Amazing Race Australia won the non-scripted entertainment category.

Argentinian drama Television x la Inclusion, an On TV Llorente y Villarruel Contenidos/Instituto Nacional de Cine y Artes Audiovisuales production, won both the best actor and actress awards, for Darío Grandinetti and Cristina Banegas,
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