BAFTA TV Awards: The Winners

Taking place for the tenth year running at the historic Royal Opera House in Covent Garden in London, the BAFTA TV Awards, though not as glitzy as their movie-themed counterparts are slightly informal and better craic for it. We've already had a gander at all the nominees and celebrities in their gorgeous gunas?(we particularly?loved Laura Whitmore's chic, black Ralf Lauren jumpsuit) before it went on to the proceedings of announcing the 2016 winners. He missed out on a win, but Graham Norton did us proud with his suburb hosting duties (in his extra-sparkly suit), and we were also absolutely?devo?that Sharon Horgan lost out on her Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme nomination for the brilliant Catastrophe - we love her and the series is fantastic. Next year Sharon, next year.

ICYMI: BAFTA TV Awards: The Red Carpet

See the full list of who won what below:

The Winners:

Entertainment Programme - Strictly Come Dancing

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Drama Series - Wolf Hall

Single Documentary - My Son the Jihadi

Mini-series - This Is England '90

Current Affairs - Outbreak: The Truth About Ebola

Factual - The Murder Detectives

News Coverage - Channel 4 News: Paris Massacre

Live Event - Big Blue Live

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Female Performance in a Comedy Programme - Michaela Coel

Sport - The Ashes

International - Transparent

Best Supporting Actor - Tom Courtenay, Unforgotten

Best Supporting Actress - Chanel Cresswell, This is England '90

Single Drama - Don't Take My Baby

Radio Times Audience Award - Poldark

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Reality and Constructed Factual - First Dates

Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme - Have I Got News For You

Best Specialist Factual - Britain's Forgotten Slave Owners

Best Feature - The Great British Bake Off

Best Scripted Comedy - Peter Kay's Car Share

Best Entertainment Performance -?Leigh Francis, Celebrity Juice

Best Actor -?Mark Rylance,?Wolf Hall

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Best Actress -?Suranne Jones,?Doctor Foster

BAFTA TV Fellowship Recipients -?Ray Galton and Alan Simpson

Soap & Continuing Drama - Eastenders

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