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Monday, 14 May, 2001, 08:40 GMT 09:40 UK
Picture gallery: The Bafta awards
More than 1,500 stars and industry professionals gathered at London's Grosvenor House hotel to see Sunday's Bafta award ceremony - dubbed Britain's TV Oscars.

Claire Sweeney and Graham Norton
Graham Norton's received his awards for best entertainment performance and programme from actress Claire Sweeney.

Sacha Baron Cohen
Ali G creator Sacha Baron Cohen said playing the character - who won him two awards - was "a challenge".

Tamzin Outhwaite
EastEnders actress Tamzin Outhwaite arrived in 10,000 worth of diamonds and a backless gown.

Michael Gambon
Michael Gambon picked up his second consecutive best actor award, this year for Longitude.

Helen Mirren
Actress Helen Mirren presented the best actor award, but expressed ambiguity about award ceremonies.

John Thaw
Inspector Morse star John Thaw, received a Bafta fellowship - the organisation's highest honour.

Jules and Jamie Oliver
BBC Two's naked chef Jamie Oliver picked up his best feature award with wife Jules.

Lynda La Plante
Prime Suspect and Widows' creator Lynda La Plante won a writing award and joked about the length of the ceremony.

Tamzin Outhwaite, Ann Harisson-Baxter, Nicola Shindler and Paul Abbott
Clocking Off producers collect the drama series' award for best drama from Tamzin Outhwaite.

See also:

14 May 01 | TV and Radio
Bafta triumph for Channel 4
13 May 01 | TV and Radio
The 2001 Bafta award winners
10 May 01 | TV and Radio
Bafta honour for John Thaw
22 Apr 01 | TV and Radio
Longitude wins Bafta hat-trick
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