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Bafta TV Awards 2010: The winners

The 2010 British Academy Television Awards have taken place in London. Here is the full list of winners and nominees.

Best actor
Kenneth Branagh - Wallander (BBC One)
Also nominated:
Brendan Gleeson - Into The Storm (BBC Two)
John Hurt - An Englishman In New York (ITV1)
David Oleweyo - Small Island (BBC One)

Best actress
Julie Walters - Mo (Channel 4)
Also nominated:
Helena Bonham Carter - Enid (BBC Four)
Sophie Okenedo - Mrs Mandela (BBC Four)
Julie Walters - A Short Stay In Switzerland (BBC One)

Best supporting actor
Matthew Macfadyen - Criminal Justice (BBC One)
Also nominated:
Tom Hollander - Gracie! (BBC Four)
Gary Lewis - Mo (Channel 4)
Benedict Cumberbatch - Small Island (BBC One)

Best supporting actress
Rebecca Hall - Red Riding (Channel 4)
Also nominated:
Sophie Okonedo - Criminal Justice (BBC One)
Lauren Socha - The Unloved (Channel 4)
Imelda Staunton - Cranford (BBC One)

Best entertainment performance
Ant and Dec - I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (ITV1)
Also nominated:
Stephen Fry - QI (BBC One)
Harry Hill - Harry Hill's TV Burp (ITV1)
Michael McIntyre - Comedy Roadshow (BBC One)

Best male comedy performance
Peter Capaldi - The Thick of It (BBC Two)
Also nominated:
Simon Bird - The Inbetweeners(Channel Four)
Hugh Dennis - Outnumbered Christmas special (BBC One)
David Mitchell - Peep Show (Channel 4)

Best female comedy performance
Rebecca Front - The Thick of It (BBC Two)
Also nominated:
Jo Brand - Getting On (Channel Four)
Miranda Hart - Miranda (BBC Two)
Joanna Scanlon - Getting On (BBC Four)

Best single drama
The Unloved (Channel 4)
Also nominated:
Five Minutes of Heaven (BBC Two)
Mo (Channel 4)
A Short Stay in Switzerland (BBC One)

Best drama serial
Occupation (BBC One)
Also nominated:
Red Riding (Channel 4)
Small Island (BBC One)
Unforgiven (ITV1)

Best drama series
Misfits (Channel 4)
Also nominated:
Being Human (BBC Three)
Spooks (BBC One)
The Street (BBC One)

Best continuing drama
EastEnders (BBC One)
Also nominated:
The Bill (ITV1)
Casualty (BBC One)
Coronation Street (ITV1)

Best factual series
One Born Every Minute (Channel 4)
Also nominated:
Blood, Sweat and Takeaways (BBC Three)
The Family (Channel 4)
Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC One)

Best entertainment programme
Britain's Got Talent (ITV1)
Also nominated:
Harry Hill's TV Burp (ITV1)
The Graham Norton Show (BBC One)
Newswipe with Charlie Brooker (BBC Four)

Best situation comedy
The Thick of It (BBC Two)
Also nominated:
Miranda (BBC Two)
Peep Show (Channel 4)
The Inbetweeners (E4)

Best comedy programme
The Armstrong & Miller Show (BBC One)
Also nominated:
The Kevin Bishop Show (Channel 4)
Stweart Lee's Comedy Vehicle (BBC Two)
That Mitchell & Webb Look (BBC Two)

Audience award
The Inbetweeners (Channel 4)
Also nominated:
Britain's Got Talent (ITV1)
Glee (Channel 4)
The One Show (BBC One)
Unforgiven (ITV1)
The X Factor (ITV1)

Best single documentary
Wounded (BBC One)
Also nominated:
Louis Theroux: A Place for Paedophiles (BBC Two)
Tsunami: Caught on Camera (Channel 4)
Katie: My Beautiful Face (Channel 4)

Best feature
Masterchef: The Professionals (BBC Two)
Also nominated:
James May's Toy Stories (BBC Two)
Heston's Feasts (Channel 4)
The Choir: Unsung Town (BBC Two)

Best international show
Mad Men (BBC Four)
Also nominated:
Nurse Jackie (BBC Two)
Family Guy (BBC Three)
True Blood (FX)

Best specialist factual
Inside Nature's Giants (Channel 4)
Also nominated:
Art of Russia (BBC Four)
Chemistry: A Volatile History (BBC Four)
Yellowstone (BBC Two)

Best current affairs
Terror in Mumbai - Dispatches (Channel 4)
Also nominated:
Afghanistan: Behind Enemy Lines - Dispatches (Channel 4)
Generation Jihad (BBC Two)
Gypsy Child Thieves - This World (BBC Two)

Best news coverage
The Haiti Earthquake (ITV News at Ten)
Also nominated:
The Haiti Earthquake (Channel 4 News)
The Haiti Earthquake (BBC News Channel)
Pakistan: Terror's Frontline (Sky News)

Best sport
World Athletics Championships (BBC Two)
Also nominated:
FA Cup Final (ITV1)
F1 - The Brazilian Grand Prix (BBC One)
UEFA Champions League Live (ITV1)

New Media
Virtual Revolution (BBC Two)
Also nominated:
Antony Gormley's One & Other (Sky Arts)
Life Begins (Channel 4)
Primeval Evolved (ITV1)

Special Award
Simon Cowell

Bafta Fellowship
Melvyn Bragg

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