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.
The Broadchurch actress Olivia Colman has won a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress.
The 39-year-old won the honour for her role in the BBC Drama 'Accused (Mo's Story).
She is also nominated in the Best Comedy Performance category against Miranda Hart, Julia Davis and Jessica Hynes.
The BAFTA Award for best supporting actor has gone to Simon Russell Beale for his role in Henry IV Part 2.
Channel 4 has won the BAFTA Award for Sport and Live Event for their coverage of the 2012 London Paralympics.
They beat the London 2012 opening ceremony and super Saturday, and the Wimbledon 2012 men's final.
The BAFTA award for news coverage has gone to ITV Granada for Hillsborough - The Truth at Last, which looked at the 1989 tragedy where 96 people died.
Sports presenter Clare Balding says she is thrilled to be given a special award by BAFTA. The academy is giving her an award to recognise the work she has done in the field of sports broadcasting, particularly her involvement in the BBC's Olympic and Channel 4's Paralympic coverage.
Ant and Dec are hopeful that they can add a second BAFTA to their collection for their performance on 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!'.
The comedy duo are nominated for the best Entertainment Performance in 2013 category against Graham Norton, Alan Carr and Sarah Millican.
Many of their shows have won BAFTAs but the duo have only won one BAFTA for their own performance. The pair told ITV News they nearly didn't make the start of the event after their car got stuck in traffic.
Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh suffered a slight wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet at the BAFTAs as the wind threatened to rip the lower half of her dress off her.
But the wet and windy weather is not stopping TV stars from showing off their latest fashions, with most women choosing to abandon their coats.
Paul O'Grady has told ITV News that it is wonderful to be nominated for a BAFTA award for Best TV Feature for his show "For the Love of Dogs". He praised his entire team saying that the show was a "joy to work on".
"When you are watching the show your watching me playing me. There is not script. It's all ad lib. We just go in and do it."
"It's a joy to do. I mean imagine going into work and saying Paul you've got 14 puppies that need bottle feeding oh god!"
"I'm like Mary Poppins I've got an apron on or you know sitting with a sick dog. The place is just a joy to work in."
The comedian and documentary film maker Michael Palin says he is very pleased to receive the BAFTA Fellowship at this years BAFTA Television Awards.
The Monty Python Star will be given BAFTA's highest accolade in recognition of the wide variety of work he has produced over the years.