TV entertainers Ant and Dec as well as ITV drama series Broadchurch all picked up major gongs at the Bafta TV awards.
Hit detective drama Broadchurch is favourite to win best drama series at tonight's star-studded Bafta TV awards.
Liverpool's favourite female export Cilla Black will take home the Special Award for her contribution to showbusiness.
Actress Julie Walters received an honorary fellowship award at the Baftas for her lifetime on-screen work.
Olivia Colman has taken the best actress award at the Baftas for her role in ITV's detective drama series Broadchurch.
TV duo Ant and Dec have won their second award of the evening, clinching the Bafta for entertainment performance for ITV's Saturday Night Takeaway.
They earlier won with Saturday Night Takeaway for best entertainment show.
The BBC's Doctor Who has won the Bafta audience award, which was voted for by readers of the Radio Times.
Channel 4 production Bedlam has taken the best factual series award at the Baftas tonight.
Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson have both taken the male and female in a comedy award at the Baftas for their role in The IT Crowd.
Channel 4 production Complicit has won the best single drama accolade at the Bafta television awards.
US hit show Breaking Bad has won a Bafta television award for best international programme.
ITV detective drama series Broadchurch has won a Bafta TV award for best drama series.