Baftas reward the best of children's TV

The popular children's show SMTV: Live celebrated a double success last night, winning two prizes at the British Academy Children's Film and Television Awards.

The popular children's show SMTV: Live celebrated a double success last night, winning two prizes at the British Academy Children's Film and Television Awards.

Ant McPartlin, Dec Donnelly and Cat Deeley, the ITV Saturday morning show's presenters, collected a Bafta for Best Entertainment programme at a celebrity-filled ceremony at the Hilton Hotel in London. Children from across the country also crowned the show as their favourite in the Lego/Bafta Kids' Vote category.

Katy Hill, who hosts the BBC's rival Live & Kicking show, won The Presenter's Award. Another winner was Newsround Extra - Russian Orphanages in the Factual category.

The full list of winners was: Animation: Foxbusters; Drama: Pig Heart Boy; Entertainment: SMTV:Live; Factual: Newsround Extra - Russian Orphanages; Feature Film: The Iron Giant; International: Pablo - The Little Red Fox; Pre-School Animation: Maisy; Pre-School Live Action: Tweenies; Schools Drama: Dream On; Schools Factual, Primary: English Express: Texts - Football; Schools Factual, Secondary: Lifeschool Sex - Saying It for the Girls; Lego/Bafta Vote: SMTV:Live; The Special Award: Anne Wood; The Presenter's Award: Katy Hill; The Writer's Award: Richard Carpenter and Helen Cresswell.

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