Leading the rendition of Don't Stop Believin' was host Barney Harwood on the keyboard.
Academy Chairman: Tim Corrie
The BAFTA Chairman addresses the room before the ceremony.
The show opened with a lively rendition of Journey's Don't Stop Believin'. Nominee Justin Fletcher (aka Mr Tumble) sang one of the lines from his table.
Helen Skelton joins in with the opening rendition of Journey's Don't Stop Believin'.
Barney Harwood & Helen Skelton
Barney cheers Helen on as she sings her line in the opening number Don't Stop Believin'.
Short Form presenter: Laura Hamilton
The A Place in the Sun presenter reads the nominees of the Short Form category (CN Duplicators, Dipdap, I ♥ Art, Share A Story) before announcing the winner.
Short Form winner: Dipdap
Chris Wood and Steve Roberts accept the Short Form BAFTA for animated series Dipdap.
Pre-School Live Action presenter: Susie Amy
The Footballers Wives star reads out the nominees for Pre-School Live Action (Bookaboo, Grandpa In My Pocket, Something Special and Waybuloo) before announcing the winner.
Pre-School Live Action winner: Bookaboo
Ian Emes and Lucy Goodman with their BAFTA for puppet show Bookaboo.
Host Barney Harwood
Harwood keeps the show going, introducing each category presenter.
Drama presenters: Jemima Rooper & Oliver Chris
The One Man, Two Guvnors stars read out the Drama nominees ( Combat Kids, House Of Anubis, Just William, and The Sarah Jane Adventures) before announcing the winner.
Drama winner: Just William
Star of Just William Daniel Roche with one of the winning production team.
Sonali Shah and Naomi Wilkinson
The former Newsround presenter and Live and Deadly presenter read out the nominees in all four Kids' Vote categories (Film, TV show, Website and Video Game) before announcing the winners.
BAFTA Kids' Vote winner - Website: Bin Weevils
The team behind website Binweevils, where you can create your own virtual pet, collect their Kids' Vote award.
BAFTA Kids Vote winner - Feature Film: Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows part 2
Warwick Davis (Professor Flitwick) accepts the Kids' Vote award for the final instalment in the smash hit series.
BAFTA Kids' Vote winner - Video Game: Just Dance 2
The music game for the Wii gets players to follow on-screen choreographed moves set to classic dance tracks.
BAFTA Kids' Vote winner - Television: Good Luck Charlie
Good Luck Charlie is a Disney Channel sitcom about a family trying to adjust to the birth of their fourth child, Charlotte aka Charlie.
Learning Primary/Secondary presenters: Dakota Blue Richards & Charlie Rowe
The Golden Compass stars read out the nominees for Learning Primary (BBC Bitesize KS2 Maths, Cashk@tz, Quiff and Boot and Ways Of Talking) and Learning Secondary (Jamie’s Dream School/Britain's Dream Teachers, Love Hurts, Privates and Wanna Be A Rockstar) before announcing the winners.
Learning Primary winner: Quiff and Boot
The Brothers McLeod accept the award for their animated series set in a world of psychedelic comedy maths.
Learning Secondary winner: Privates
Privates is a a sex education video game made for Channel 4, aimed at teenagers.
BAFTA Young Game Designers presenter: Tyger Drew-Honey
The Outnumbered star and Friday Download presenter was the BYGD ambassador this year. He reads out the nominees (Rollin' Scotch, Gah-Den Quest and Skislands) before announcing the winner.
BAFTA Young Game Designers winners: Rollin' Scotch
Noah Shepherd, Louis Scantlebury and Nathaniel Weisberg from Nose Dive Studios accept the award for Rollin' Scotch.
Performer presenter: Ted Robbins
Comedian, DJ and star of The Slammer reads out the nominees (Harley Bird, Ben Faulks, Martha Howe-Douglas and Daniel Roche) before announcing the winner.
Performer winner: Harley Bird (aka Peppa Pig)
The voice of animated character Peppa Pig accepts the Presenter BAFTA.
Interactive presenter: Professor Tanya Byron
The TV child therapist and writer reads out the nominees (The Land Of Me, Moshi Monsters, Mind Candy and Tate Movie Project) before announcing the winners.
Interactive winner: Tate Movie Project
The Tate Movie Project is a collaboration between Aardman, Tate, Fallon and CBBC. It's an animation film made by kids, for kids, using great art as inspiration.
Animation presenter: Warwick Davis
The Life's Too Short star reads out the Animation nominees (The Amazing World Of Gumball, Grizzly Tales, Muddle Earth and Pet Squad) before announcing the winner.
Animation winner: The Amazing World of Gumball
The Joanna Beresford, Ben Bocquelet and Mic Graves accept the Animation BAFTA for surreal comedy animation The Amazing World of Gumball.
Video Game presenter: Richard Fleeshman
Actor and singer Richard Fleeshman reads out the nominations (Kirby's Epic Yarn, LittleBigPlanet 2, LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean, Pokemon Black and White) and announces the winner of the Video Game category.
Video Game winner: LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
One of the winning development team members behind LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean accepts the Video Game BAFTA.