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Last Updated: Tuesday, 7 September, 2004, 10:00 GMT 11:00 UK
In pictures: TV Quick Awards
Samuel Aston and Tina O'Brien
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Samuel Aston was named best soap newcomer at the TV Quick Awards, while Coronation Street co-star Tina O'Brien won best soap actress.
The Bill cast members
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The cast members of The Bill celebrated winning best drama at the ceremony held at the Dorchester Hotel in London.
Life Begins
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The Life Begins cast were honoured with the best new drama title, although lead actress Caroline Quentin was absent from the ceremony.
Charlie Brooks
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Former EastEnders actress Charlie Brooks showed off her pregnancy bump for the cameras.
Hell's Kitchen
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Hell's Kitchen winner Jennifer Ellison lent some glamour to the proceedings.
Coronation Street cast
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Coronation Street celebrated taking the best soap title away from EastEnders.
Jack Ellis and Zoe Lucker
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Bad Girls' actor Jack Ellis, who won best actor, celebrated with fellow winner Zoe Lucker, who was crowned best actress for Footballers' Wives.
Philip Schofield and Fern Britton
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Philip Schofield and Fern Britton collected the best daytime show award for This Morning.
Nadia Almada
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Big Brother 5 winner Nadia Almada is still enjoying her moment of fame.
Shane Richie
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EastEnders star Shane Richie collected the best soap actor award for his role playing Alfie Moon, building on his best newcomer award last year.

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