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Last Updated: Monday November 28 2005 17:57 GMT

Kids chose Charlie film for Bafta

Freddie Highmore picks up the award for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has won the Bafta kids' vote for best film, at the 10th Children's Bafta Awards held in London on Sunday.

The film scooped over 30,000 online votes in the only category chosen by children, and was picked up by Freddie Highmore who plays Charlie.

But the panel of judges didn't agree, and they gave the prize for best feature film to The Incredibles.

CBBC's Serious Arctic series was also a winner, taking home the factual award.

Smile won the Interactive prize, and CBeebies' Boogie Beebies danced away with award for best Pre-School Live Action.

No wins for Dick and Dom

Dick and Dom
Dick and Dom
Last year's big winners Dick and Dom went home empty handed after they were beaten to the best presenter Bafta by Michaela Strachan.

And they were also pipped in the entertainment category by Rad: The Groms tour America.

Elsewhere a programme called Scene: Oddsquad won two awards - Schools Drama and Original Writer.

The best international animation award was picked up by BBC show Jakers! The Adventure of Piggley Winks.

Awards were attended by loads of celebs, including Liberty X, Myleene Klass and Nell McAndrew, as well as CBBC's Ellie Crisell and Angellica Bell.

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