Jocelyn Pook (Eyes Wide Shut, The Merchant of Venice) won her first BAFTA TV Craft Award today for her music for the Drama Republic/BBC Two movie King Charles III written by Mike Bartlett, directed by Rupert Goold and starring Tim Pigott-Smith. The composer accepted her award in person at the ceremony at the Brewery in London. Check out her acceptance speech after the jump. The other nominees in the Original Music category were Max Richter for Taboo, Nico Muhly for Howards End and Katya Mihailova for Born Free: Saving Russia’s WhalesFor the full list of winners, click here.