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Sunday 29 November
Winners and Presenters at the 2009 BAFTA Children's Awards Ceremony
Children's presenters Dick and Dom hosted the ceremony at the London Hilton Hotel on 29 November 2009.
Strictly Come Dancing's Camilla Dallerup presents the first Award of the evening for Pre-School Animation.
Phil Davies, Neville Astley and Mark Baker collect the Pre-School Animation Award for Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom.
The Interactive category is announced by England Rugby star Delon Armitage.
The BBC's Big and Small Online website claimed the Interactive BAFTA.
Global Mountaineer Jake Meyer climbs on stage to present the Factual Award.
Marshall Conwin accepts the Factual Award for CBBC's teen adventure series Serious Ocean.
Toonattik presenters Jamie Rickers and Anna Williamson reveal the winner of the Short Form BAFTA.
Jane Laffey, Greg Villabobs and Martin Orton celebrate their Short Form BAFTA for See Something, Say Something.
Son of Rambow actor Will Poulter reads out the winners of the Pre-School Live Action category.
Lucy Goodman and Ian Emes celebrate as CiTV's Bookaboo is crowned top dog in the Pre-School Live Action category.
Tracy Beaker actress Dani Harmer announces the winners in the Learning categories
The Learning Primary Award is collected by Antonia Bird and Rebecca Simor for BBC Two's poetry show Off by Heart.
Andy Glynn is delighted to receive the Learning Secondary Award for the series exploring a range of psychological illnesses and syndromes, Troubled Minds.
Bionic Woman star Michelle Ryan teams up with Blue Peter presenter Joel Defries to announce the winner of the CBBC Me and My Movie competition.
Fourteen year old Lauren celebrates winning the CBBC Me and My Movie competition for her animated film Vern's Vacation.
Bonnie Wright takes a breather from her role as Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter film series to present the Academy's Break-through Talent Award.
Adam Shaw from Blue Zoo animation studio collects the Academy's Break-through Talent Award.
American actress Phylicia Rashad presents the hotly contested International category.
The team behind Nickelodeon's animation series The Penguins of Madagascar celebrate their International BAFTA.
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