The E4 sketch show starring Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns took home both 'Best Comedy Programme' and 'Best Multichannel Programme', while Dynamo: Magician Impossible beat the likes of Britain's Got Talent and Celebrity Juice to scoop 'Best Entertainment Programme'.
[Cardinal Burns, left, and Dynamo]
Elsewhere, Bradley Walsh quiz show The Chase won 'Best Daytime Programme', Channel 4's Educating Essex was named 'Best Documentary Series', and Monty Python dramatisation Holy Flying Circus was crowned 'Best Original Programme'.
BBC Two won the prestigious 'Channel of the Year' award, and the corporation was also recognised for its coverage of the London Olympics and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert.
Coronation Street picked up 'Best Soap/Continuing Drama' for the second year in a row, beating EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks, Casualty and Holby City.
> Read the full list of winners at this year's Broadcast Awards here
[Educating Essex, left, and Holy Flying Circus]
The Broadcast Awards, which were presented by Rob Brydon at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Wednesday night (January 30), are determined by a panel of judges to reward excellence in television each year.
"The year has to rank amongst the most successful in television history," said Broadcast editor Lisa Campbell. "With the Olympics and the Paralympics, the medium proved its power to unite the nation, to move us, to inspire us, even to define us.
"Remarkably, despite these rare and incredible events, there were plenty of other creative highs this year, from gripping and authentic drama and uncompromising current affairs to audacious comedy. It was an exceptional year."
Watch Dynamo discuss Magician Impossible with Digital Spy below: