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Pictures from the 1994 Award Season Tea Party, held at the Residence of the British Consul General and welcoming guests including Patrick Stewart, Elton John, Jim Sheridan, Ken Adam and others to toast the year's award nominees.
Steven Moffat picked up his first BAFTA in 1991 when Press Gang was awarded the Children's Programme (Entertainment/Drama) BAFTA at the British Academy Children's Awards. Since then he went on to accept BAFTA's for his work on both Dr Who and Sherlock.