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National TV Awards 2005 winners
Billie Piper and Christopher Eccleston
Piper and Eccleston starred in the first Doctor Who series for 16 years
Doctor Who was the most successful show at this year's National Television Awards, with awards for most popular drama, actor and actress.

ITV won six of the main awards in total, compared to the BBC's five and Channel 4's one prize.

The two special awards were shared between ITV and Channel 4.

The winners are as follows:

Most Popular Entertainment Presenter
Ant and Dec

Most Popular Expert on TV
Sharon Osbourne, The X Factor

Most Popular Entertainment Programme
The X Factor

Most Popular Reality Programme
Big Brother

Most Popular Drama
Doctor Who

Most Popular Serial Drama

Most Popular Newcomer
Antony Cotton, Coronation Street

Most Popular Actor
Christopher Eccleston, Doctor Who

Most Popular Actress
Billie Piper, Doctor Who

Most Popular Quiz Programme
Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

Most Popular Daytime Programme
The Paul O'Grady Show

Most Popular Comedy Programme
Little Britain

Most Popular Factual Programme
Jamie's School Dinners

Special Recognition Award
Jamie Oliver

TV Landmark
Tony Warren (creator of Coronation Street)

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