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In pictures: Bafta TV Awards 2004
Just another good night at The Office
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The Office cast, with producer Ash Atalla (centre), celebrated the show's sixth Bafta TV award in three years at the London ceremony on Sunday.
Nighy and Walters - cream of British acting
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Bill Nighy added the Bafta TV award for best actor to the Bafta film award he won in February, while Julie Walters said she was "shocked" to be named best actress for a third year running.
Babs back in the big time - EastEnders star Barbara Windsor
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EastEnders star Barbara Windsor made her return to the public eye on Sunday after illness - despite the fact that EastEnders was not nominated for any awards.
Ricky Gervais with Little Britain's Matt Lucas (left) and David Walliams
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Ricky Gervais praised Little Britain - which won best comedy programme - as the best thing on TV all year.
You dancing? You asking? An impromptu show from Neil Morrissey and Leslie Ash
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Men Behaving Badly stars Neil Morrissey and Leslie Ash gave photographers an impromptu dance.
Bill Nighy on the red carpet
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The stars had to make their way in the rain down a frothing red carpet - but were given umbrellas to do so.
The ever-glamorous Zoe Lucker from Footballers' Wives
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Zoe Lucker, Footballers' Wives over-the-top femme fatale, scored a red carpet goal in a beaded gown by Eavis and Brown.
Coronation Street stars celebrate
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The cast of Coronation Street celebrated the show's second consecutive win in the continuing drama category with award presenter - and former Brookside star - Ricky Tomlinson.
Mystery solved - it's Ant on the left and Dec on the right
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Ant and Dec didn't brave the red carpet, but celebrated two wins - for best game show and best variety show - inside.
Ricky Gervais weighed down by awards
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Ricky Gervais called it the "end of a chapter" as The Office's final episode earned him two trophies: one for best comedy performance, the second for best sitcom.


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