1 of 12 BBC comedy Little Britain was the high-profile winner at the Bafta TV Awards in London on Sunday, winning two prizes. Steve Coogan (centre) presented David Walliams (left) and Matt Lucas with the award for best comedy programme.
2 of 12 Coronation Street was named best continuing drama for a third consecutive year. Its BBC One rival EastEnders was not nominated.
3 of 12 Rhys Ifans, who has appeared in films including Notting Hill and Enduring Love, was named best actor for playing comedian Peter Cook in Not Only But Always.
4 of 12 Brenda Blethyn added a Bafta TV nomination for ITV drama Belonging to her Bafta film nomination for Secrets and Lies eight years ago.
5 of 12 But Romanian newcomer Anamaria Marinca beat Blethyn to the best actress trophy after impressing in her TV debut in Channel 4 drama Sex Traffic.
6 of 12 The cast and crew of Channel 4 comedy Green Wing, which won the Pioneer Award, voted for by fans, almost demolished the set during their photocall.
7 of 12 Stars from a huge range of TV shows were at ceremony at the Theatre Royal - including the new Doctor Who, David Tennant, sporting a kilt.
8 of 12 QI quiz show host Stephen Fry celebrated his nomination for best entertainment performance with Carol Vorderman (left) and Davina McCall.
9 of 12 Paul O'Grady has enjoyed success with his ITV1 daytime chat show - earning him the award for best entertainment performance.
10 of 12 Sanjeev Bhaskar and Meera Syal, stars of The Kumars at Number 42, put in an appearance almost three months after getting married.
11 of 12 Actress Alice Eve, daughter of Trevor Eve, has had TV roles in dramas Hawking and The Rotters' Club.
12 of 12 News coverage was also honoured at the Baftas, with BBC One's Ten O'Clock News winning for its coverage of the Madrid bombings of March 2004.