Who was belle of the ball at Bafta bash?
BBC Three comedy Gavin & Stacey took home two gongs - Best Comedy Performance for James Corden and the Audience Choice award, a category that also included light entertainment heavyweights Strictly Come Dancing and Britain's Got Talent.
Harry Hill also took home two awards for his ITV 1 show Harry Hill's TV Burp.
Meanwhile, Channel 4's Peep Show, which stars David Mitchell and Robert Webb, scooped the Bafta for Best Situation Comedy.
Elsewhere, Andrew Garfield won the Best Actor prize for his performance in Channel 4 drama Boy A, while Dame Eileen Atkins was crowned Best Actress for her role in period piece Cranford.
Hard-hitting Iraq drama The Mark Of Cain won the Bafta for Single Drama, while Peter Kosminsky's Britz was named Best Drama Serial.
Andrew Marr's History of Modern Britain took the prize for Best Specialist Factual series, while US hit Heroes was named Best International show.
Legendary entertainer Bruce Forsyth, 80, was honoured for a showbiz career that started at the age of 14 by being made a Fellow of the Academy.
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