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In pictures: TV Bafta arrivals

Coronation Street's Jack Shepherd, Tina O'Brien, Ryan Thomas and Antony Cotton

Left-right: Coronation Street's Jack Shepherd, Tina O'Brien, Ryan Thomas and Antony Cotton turned up together to the Bafta TV Awards in London.

Big Brother host Davina McCall (left) and winner Chantelle Houghton

Big Brother host Davina McCall (left) and winner Chantelle Houghton arrived to hear whether their show had won the audience award.

Claire Goose

Former Casualty and Waking the Dead actress Claire Goose was among the glamorous stars on the red carpet.

Barbara Windsor

Barbara Windsor was hoping EastEnders would pick up best continuing drama for the second year in a row.

Charley Webb (right) and Jenna-Louise Coleman

Emmerdale stars Charley Webb (right) and Jenna-Louise Coleman were representing their show, which was nominated for the first time in six years.

Anne-Marie Duff

Anne-Marie Duff was nominated for best actress for The Virgin Queen, BBC One's dramatisation of the life of Elizabeth I.

Freema Agyeman

Doctor Who was not nominated - but new assistant Freema Agyeman was on hand to present an award.

Moira Stuart

Newsreader Moira Stuart took part in nominated family history programme Who Do You Think You Are?

Gordon and Tana Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay, who attended with his wife Tana, was nominated for best feature.

Ruby Wax

TV presenter Ruby Wax turned up on crutches.






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