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.
Channel 4 show Gogglebox has won the best reality and constructed factual award at the Bafta television awards.
Cilla Black has received a special award at the television Baftas.
Sarah Lancashire has won best supporting actress at the Bafta television awards for her role in BBC One's Last Tango in Halifax.
David Bradley has won the Bafta for best supporting actor for his role in ITV series Broadchurch.
ITV programme Coronation Street has won the Bafta for best soap and continuing drama.
ITV reality television series Long Lost Family has won a Bafta TV award for best feature.
ITV News has won the television Bafta for news coverage, for its reporting on the Woolwich attacks.
Ant and Dec have won the television Bafta for best entertainment show, for Saturday Night Takeaway.
Ant and Dec have arrived at the Bafta awards ceremony, and are hoping to take home two more awards to add to the one Bafta they have already won.
The TV double act have been nominated for two awards for their Saturday Night Takeaway show: best entertainment performance and best entertainment programme.
Actress Julie Walters, who is to be honoured tonight at the Bafta TV awards with a fellowship award, told ITV News correspondent Nina Nannar there had been lots of highlights in her career.