Clifford Bestall's Killers Don't Cry bagged two awards at the Grierson documentary awards, held last night (Nov 14) at the London headquarters of BAFTA.

The documentary, which follows activities at the Centre for Conflict Resolution in Cape Town, came away with the Premiere Grierson and the best documentary on a contemporary subject award.

Other winners included Fifteen, a look at the lives of 15-year-old girls produced by Daisy Asquith for Channel Four, which took home the best newcomer award. Carol Morley's acclaimed autobiographical project The Alcohol Years took the runner-up award.

Best historical documentary went to Britain At War In Colour - Darkest Hour, produced by Stewart Binns. The best documentary series award went to William Dalrymple for his Indian Journeys, produced by Icon Films for the BBC.

Life tribute awards went to Alan Whicker and the late Desmond Wilcox for contributions to British factual television.