ITV's Ant and Dec were among the big winners at the Bafta television awards, picking up two accolades for best entertainment performance and programme.
Accepting the award, Declan Donelly said winning was "really just a nice big cherry on top of a cake we all love".
ITV drama series Broadchurch, collected three gongs for leading actress, supporting actor and best drama. Olivia Colman won her third Bafta in two years.
ITV News at Ten won best news coverage over the Woolwich attacks, while BBC television series Doctor Who received the Radio Times Audience Award.
Both Julie Walters and Cilla Black were awarded special prizes with Black receiving the Special Award and Walters given an Academy Fellowship Award.
The Blind Date presenter, who picked up her award from fellow scouser Paul O'Grady, got a standing ovation.
Here is a list of all the winners:
- Entertainment Programme - Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.
- Sport and Live Event - The Ashes 2013, First Test, Day Five.
- Current Affairs - Syria: Across The Lines (Dispatches).
- Mini-series - In The Flesh.
- Single Documentary - The Murder Trial.
- News Coverage - ITV News At Ten: The Woolwich Attacks.
- Features - Long Lost Family.
- Soap and Continuing Drama - Coronation Street.
- Specialist Factual - David Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive 3D.
- Supporting Actor - David Bradley, Broadchurch.
- Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme - A League of Their Own.
- Supporting Actress - Sarah Lancashire, Last Tango In Halifax
- Reality and Constructed Factual - Gogglebox.
- Situation Comedy - Him and Her.
- Bafta Special Award - Cilla Black.
- Drama Series - Broadchurch.
- Female Performance in a Comedy Programme - Katherine Parkinson, The IT Crowd.
- International - Breaking Bad.
- Single Drama - Complicit.
- Male Performance in a Comedy Programme - Richard Ayoade, The IT Crowd.
- Factual Series - Bedlam.
- Radio Times Audience Award - Doctor Who Day of the Doctor.
- Entertainment Performance - Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway.
- Leading Actress - Olivia Colman, Broadchurch.
- Leading Actor - Sean Harris, Southcliffe.
- Academy Fellowship - Julie Walters.