The Broadchurch actress Olivia Colman has won two BAFTAs. Here is a run down of the winners and losers from this year's awards.
There could be double delight for Peter Capaldi and Olivia Colman at tonight's Baftas with the duo both nominated for two different awards.
Her Majesty appeared delighted to receive an honorary Bafta in recognition for her "outstanding patronage" of film and TV industries.
BAFTA said it is "deeply saddened" to hear that former EastEnders star Anna Wing has died:
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Broadchurch actress Olivia Colman said she will put last night's win on a par with having children and getting married.
Speaking to Daybreak she said: "I haven't come up with a good answer yet, it feels amazing, feels amazing. So I've lost the ability to be eloquent!"
The actress won two BAFTA awards for Best Supporting Actress and Best Female Comedy Performance.
Actress Sheridan Smith has won the leading actress BAFTA Award for her role in ITV's Mrs Biggs.
Speaking to Daybreak after the show she said: "I've stopped crying… finally! It was like an out of body experience…. I'm still in shock, I can't believe it."
The actress said she was "such a massive fan" of fellow nominees Sienna Miller, Rebecca Hall and Anne Reid.
"This is mad, bonkers, brilliant!" she added.
Sheridan Smith has won the leading actress BAFTA Award for her performance in ITV's Mrs Biggs.
She beat fellow nominees Sienna Miller, Rebecca Hall and Anne Reid.
Comedian Alan Carr has won the entertainment performance BAFTA Award for Alan Carr: Chatty Man.
He beat Ant and Dec, Graham Norton and Sarah Millican.
Ben Whishaw has won the leading actor gong for his role in Richard II at the BAFTA Awards 2013.
Steve Coogan has won the BAFTA Award for male performance in comedy for his role as Alan Partridge in Welcome to the Places of My Life.
Olivia Colman has won her second BAFTA of the evening.
The actress claimed the female performance in comedy award for her role in Twenty Twelve - a comedy about the Olympics.
Earlier, Colman won the BAFTA for best supporting actress.