Dannii Minogue with the winner of the coveted Presenter BAFTA, Justin Fletcher who won for his work on Something Special (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
Radio Presenter Nick Ferrari presented the Interactive Award to Iestyn Lloyd, David Jacklin and Darren Garrett for Bow Street Runner (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
Olympic rower Pete Reed presented the Factual Award to Reem Nouss and Marshall Corwin for Serious Andes (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
Mick Robertson & John Butterworth, creators of My Say, winners of Short Form Award pose with Tom Chambers, star of BBC Holby City (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
Pre-School Live Action
The Ragdoll Productions Team (r-l) Andrew Davenport, Anne Wood and Dirk Campbell receive the Pre-School Live Action Award for In the Night Garden from Magnus Schering of Lazytown (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
The Artisancam team celebrate their win in the Learning Primary category (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
The Learning Secondary Award was presented by actress Natalie Dormer to the team from l8r (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
CBBC me and my movie in association with BAFTA
13 year-old Leah Cooper, winner of the CBBC me and movie Award, poses with Blue Peter presenter Andy Alkinwolere and Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
George Sampson presented the prestigious Break-Through Talent Award to the youngest nominee, Summerhill actor Eliot-Otis Brown Walters (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).
Girl band The Saturdays provided mid-ceremony entertainment to a packed ballroom at the London Hilton Hotel (pic: BAFTA / Ian West).