BAFTAs 2014: The list of winners!

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    Graham Norton hosted the annual ceremony celebrating the best of British TV tonight at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London.

    Shows battling for recognition include The Fall, Broadchurch, The IT Crowd and Gogglebox, while the entertainment performance category sees Graham himself competing against Ant and Dec (again), Sarah Millican and Charlie Brooker.

    Tonight also saw Julie Walters awarded the Bafta Fellowship, marking a TV career that has taken in everything from Shakespeare to Acorn Antiques.

    The winners list is below:

    Best Actor:

    • Sean Harris, Southcliffe.

    Best Actress:

    • Olivia Colman, Broadchurch.

    Supporting Actor:

    • David Bradley, ITV series Broadchurch.

    Supporting Actress:

    • Sarah Lancashire, BBC One’s Last Tango in Halifax.

    Entertainment Performance:

    • Ant and Dec, Saturday Night Takeaway.

    Soap and Continuing Drama:

    • Coronation Street, ITV programme.

    Best International Show:

    • Breaking Bad, US.

    Best Feature:

    • Long Lost Family

    Reality and Constructed Factual:

    • Gogglebox, Channel 4.

    Current Affairs:

    • Syria: Across the Lines.

    News Coverage:

    • ITV News At Ten, Woolwich Attacks

    Sport and Live Event:

    • The Ashes 2013 – 1st Test, Day Five.

    Entertainment Programme:

    • Ant annd Dec, Saturday Night Takeaway.

    Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme:

    • A League Of Their Own.

    Situation Comedy:

    • Him & Her: The Wedding, BBC Three.

    Best Drama Series:

    • Broadchurch, ITV.

    Best Single Drama:

    • Complicit, Channel 4.

    Male and Female Comedy:

    • Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson, The IT Crowd.

    Best Factual Series:

    • Bedlam, Channel 4.

    Radio Times Audience Award:

    • Doctor Who: Day of the Doctor.

     

    Congratulations to everyone who won.

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