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Last Updated: Tuesday, 25 October 2005, 23:07 GMT 00:07 UK
In pictures: National TV Awards

David Davis, Billie Piper and David Cameron

Doctor Who took the most honours at the National Television Awards. Billie Piper collected her most popular actress prize from Tory leadership candidates, Davids Davis and Cameron.

Noel Clarke, Billie Piper and Camille Coduri

The sci-fi series, which returned this year after a 16 year gap, also won the most popular drama award, with outgoing Doctor Christopher Eccleston winning the actor prize.

Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver won a special recognition award for his series Jamie's School Dinners, which also took the most popular factual show prize. Asked about his black eye, he would only say he did not get it while drunk.

EastEnders cast

The EastEnders cast celebrated their most popular serial drama award after a year which has been dogged by off-screen scandals and ratings lows.

Antony Cotton

Coronation Street's Antony Cotton, who plays Sean Tully, took the newcomer award, his second in the last month.

Julie Goodyear and Tony Warren

Coronation Street creator Tony Warren won a special TV landmark award and was joined by Julie Goodyear, who played Bet Lynch.

Simon Cowell, Kate Thornton, Louis Walsh and Ben Shepherd

Simon Cowell missed out to Sharon Osbourne in the most popular expert category but The X Factor won most popular entertainment programme.

Ant and Dec

Ant and Dec made their annual trip to the stage to collect their most popular entertainment presenter awards.

Paul O'Grady

Paul O'Grady won the most popular daytime programme award for his ITV chat show.

Chris Tarrant

Who Wants to be a Millionaire? host Chris Tarrant celebrated the show's fifth successive win in the most popular quiz show category.


25 Oct 05 |  TV and Radio

25 Oct 05 |  TV and Radio


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