Jonathan Ross has picked up two prizes at the Television and Radio Industries Club Awards.
Ross won for his TV and radio shows
The chat show host was voted best TV personality as well as favourite radio DJ for his BBC Radio 2 show.
EastEnders actor Christopher Parker, who plays Spencer Moon, was voted best new TV talent.
Channel 4's Relocation Relocation won best TV entertainment programme, beating Have I Got News For You and Friday Night With Jonathan Ross.
The best soap award was won by ITV1's Coronation Street and best radio programme was awarded to BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour.
The awards, which date back 35 years, were held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Among the guests were soap stars and reality TV contestants including the Cheeky Girls, "Nasty" Nick Bateman and actors Ray Panthaki and Brooke Kinsella from EastEnders.
Actress Tina O'Brien was representing the Coronation Street cast
Other winners on the day included Absolutely Fabulous for best comedy programme, beating The Office and The Kumars at No 42.
Favourite TV drama went to the BBC's Charles II serial ahead of Auf Wiedersehen Pet and Henry VIII.
ITV news presenter Mary Nightingale collected the best newcaster/reporter award, while the BBC's Michael Fish was named best weather presenter.
In the TV morning/ daytime programme category, BBC One's Breakfast won over GMTV and Kilroy.
Sky Sports' Soccer AM show was named best satellite/digital TV programme and Sky News presenter Jeremy Thompson won best satellite/digital TV personality.