BBC One's Doctor Who has scooped two awards at the National TV Awards in London, including best drama for the fifth year in a row.
David Tennant, who has now quit as the Doctor, left the show on a high by winning outstanding drama performance.
Presenters Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly also won two awards, as did actor and writer Stephen Fry, which included the special recognition award.
ITV's Coronation Street won best serial for the first time since 2004.
The popular soap beat off stiff competition from EastEnders, Hollyoaks and Emmerdale for the prize, which is voted for on the night by members of the public.
Meanwhile, Simon Cowell, whose X Factor won most popular TV talent show, beating one of his other shows, Britain's Got Talent, confirmed he is organising a charity single to raise funds for the Haiti earthquake appeal.
He said: "We made a decision today. We had a request from the prime minister and the Sun newspaper - would we put a record together?
In the car on the way here we said the winning streak's got to end soon and thought it would be tonight, we really did
Ant McPartlin on winning the same award nine years in a row
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