TV Baftas 2014: Winners' list in full from Broadchurch to Southcliffe
ITV drama Broadchurch was the big winner at tonight's Bafta TV Awards, picking up three gongs for Best Drama, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor.
Olivia Colman, who played DS Ellie Miller in the hit series, beat competition from Helena Bonham-Carter in Burton and Taylor, while her co-star David Bradley won for his role as vilified sea cadet leader David Marshall.
Sean Harris was named the victor in the Best Actor category for Southcliffe, about the aftermath of shootings in a small village.
Other notable winners included The IT Crowd's Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson, Ant and Dec, Breaking Bad and David Attenborough.
Julie Walters was awarded a Bafta Fellowship while Cilla Black picked up a Special Award for lifetime achievement in showbusiness.
Winners list in full
Leading Actor - Sean Harris, Southcliffe, Channel 4
Leading Actress - Olivia Colman, Broadchurch, ITV
Supporting Actor - David Bradley, Broadchurch, ITV
Supporting Actress - Sarah Lancashire, Last Tango in Halifax, BBC One
Entertainment Performance - Ant and Dec, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, ITV
Female Performance in a Comedy Programme - Katherine Parkinson, The IT Crowd, Channel 4
Male Performance in a Comedy Programme - Richard Ayoade, The IT Crowd, Channel 4
Single Drama - Complicit, Channel 4
Mini-Series - In the Flesh, BBC Three
Drama Series - Broadchurch, ITV
Soap & Continuing Drama - Coronation Street, ITV
International - Breaking Bad, Sony Pictures Television/Netflix
Factual Series - Bedlam, The Garden Productions/Channel 4
Specialist Factual - David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive 3D, SKY 3D
Single Documentary - The Murder Trial, Channel 4
Features - Long Lost Family, ITV
Reality and Constructed Factual - Gogglebox, Channel 4
Current Affairs - Syria: Across the Lines (Dispatches), Channel 4
News Coverage - ITV News at Ten: Woolwich Attacks, ITN for ITV News/ITV
Sport and Live Event - The Ashes 2013 – 1st Test, Day 5, BSKYB, Sky Sports/Sky Sports 2
Entertainment Programme - Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, ITV
Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme - A League of Their Own, Sky One
Situation Comedy - Him & Her: The Wedding, BBC Three
Radio Times Audience Award - Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor
Fellowship - Julie Walters
Special Award - Cilla Black
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