Irish chat show legend Gay Byrne has won a lifetime achievement award at the Irish Film and Television Awards.
Byrne left The Late, Late Show in 1999
Byrne, who hosted state broadcaster RTE's The Late Late Show for 37 years, was presented his award by singer Bob Geldof and actor Gabriel Byrne.
Other winners at the Dublin ceremony included Ken Loach, whose Wind That Shakes The Barley was named best film.
Meanwhile, British actress Dame Helen Mirren picked up yet another award for her role in The Queen.
She was named best international actress, while Leonardo DiCaprio won best international actor for his part in Martin Scorsese's mob drama The Departed.
Cillian Murphy, who stars in The Wind That Shakes The Barley, won the best Irish actor award for his portrayal of a transvestite cabaret singer in another film, Breakfast On Pluto.
The movie also picked up a best director and best writer award for Neil Jordan.
Best Irish actress went to Eva Birthistle for religious drama Middletown, while Oscar hopeful Little Miss Sunshine was named best international film.