Newsround's special programme on childhood poverty has won a top gong at the Children's Bafta Awards.
The show, which turned real life kids' stories into cartoons, took the factual award at the ceremony on Sunday.
The best feature film went to Happy Feet, which beat off strong competition from Flushed Away and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
But in a category where just kids voted for their favourite film, The Simpsons Movie came up top.
For the first time, the kid version of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts annual awards included a computer games category.
PlayStation 2 quiz game Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party received the gong, defeating Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix on the Xbox 360, Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga on the Nintendo DS, and Crash of the Titans for the Wii.
CBeebies won best channel, The Slammer won the best entertainment category and Barney Harwood, who used to be in Smile, won the prize for best presenter.
That Summer Day, a BBC drama with a kid's view about the London attacks on July 7 2005, got the award for the year's best drama.