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Last Updated: Saturday, 7 May, 2005, 21:33 GMT 22:33 UK
Double TV win for Little Britain
Matt Lucas and David Walliams
Little Britain's success is continuing with two Golden Rose prizes
Award-winning BBC comedy Little Britain has scored a double success at this year's prestigious Rose d'Or television festival in Lucerne, Switzerland.

Matt Lucas and David Walliams were awarded Golden Roses for best comedy and best male comedy performance.

Comic Peter Kay won best male performance for his role in Channel 4's Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere.

The BBC also won awards including the variety prize for Strictly Come Dancing and best sitcom for Nighty Night.

BBC Three's Flashmob - The Opera also won the music category.

Peter Kay
Peter Kay: Best male performance

Actress Zoe Wanamaker picked up a Golden Rose award for best female performance in a sitcom for her role as Susan Harper in the BBC One comedy My Family.

And the channel's Test the Nation: The Great British Test won the top award in the game show category.

Channel 4 took awards for The Cost of Living in the arts and specials category while Supernanny won best reality TV show.

Actress Pippa Haywood took best comedy female performance for her role in Green Wing.

Zoe Wanamaker
Zoe Wanamaker won for her role in BBC One sitcom My Family

Stuart Murphy, controller of BBC Three, said he was delighted his channel "came up smelling of roses", with prizes for Flashmob, Nighty Night and Little Britain.

Last month Little Britain also won two Baftas.

Jane Lush, controller of BBC Entertainment Commissioning, added: "This was a fantastic night for the BBC - our best result in years with an incredible range of shows from both entertainment and comedy."

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