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In pictures: Bafta TV Awards 2009

Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders

Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders received Bafta's outstanding achievement honour, the Fellowship, at the Bafta TV Awards.

Kaya Scodelano and Hana Murray of Skins

The stars of Channel 4's teen drama Skins accepted the audience award - the only Bafta voted for by viewers.

Miranda Raison attends the BAFTA Television Awards 2009 held at The Royal Festival Hall

Spooks actress Miranda Raison posed on the red carpet as the ceremony got under way on London's South Bank on Sunday.

EastEnders stars Barbara Windsor, June Brown and Ross Kemp

EastEnders stars Barbara Windsor, June Brown and Ross Kemp arrived together - but went home empty-handed.

Jonathan Ross and wife Jane

Jonathan Ross, who attended with wife Jane, was nominated for best entertainment performance. But he was beaten by Harry Hill.

Sir David Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough received his first Bafta trophy in 1961. This year, he won best specialist factual for Life in Cold Blood.

Bafta host Graham Norton

The ceremony, at the Royal Festival Hall, was hosted by Graham Norton.

Lisa Maxwell

The Bill actress Lisa Maxwell celebrated the long-running ITV police drama's first ever Bafta win.

Davina McCall

On the red carpet, Davina McCall joked that she would want Sandra Bullock to play her in Jade: The Musical.

Mischa Barton

Former OC actress Mischa Barton was among the US stars at the ceremony.

EastEnders actress Patsy Palmer

EastEnders actress Patsy Palmer, asked what she was wearing by a journalist, replied: "I don't know. It's a dress and a pair of shoes."



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