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Sunday 29 November
Images from inside the ceremony at the 2009 BAFTA Children's Awards.
The Gadget Show's Jason Bradbury takes to the stage to present the Video Games category.
After their success at the Video Games Awards earlier in the year, the LittleBigPlanet team pick up another BAFTA.
Gary Go performs his single "Wonderful".
Comedian Johnny Vegas reveals the winner of the hotly-contested Animation category.
Philip Hunt and Sue Goffe celebrate their BAFTA win for penguin-based animation Lost and Found.
Merlin star Katie McGrath announces the BAFTA in the Writer category.
Helen Blakeman collects the Writer Award for her TV adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson's children's novel, Dustbin Baby.
Actor Jamie Campbell Bower - known for his role in Sweeney Todd and as Gellert Grindelwald in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - presents the Feature Film Award.
Director and screenwriter Henry Selick celebrates winning the Feature Film BAFTA for his adaptation of Neil Gaiman's book, Coraline
After over 425,000 votes online, hosts Dick and Dom present the winners of The BAFTA Kids' Vote.
The four winners of The BAFTA Kids' Vote collect their award for kids' favourite film, TV show, website and video game of the past 12 months.
Dead Ringers actor Phil Cornwell presents the Entertainment category.
CBBC's Election wins the BAFTA in the Entertainment category.
Jason Isaacs, known to many as Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series, takes to the stage to conjure up the winner of the Drama BAFTA.
The team behind S4C's Christmas adventure Rhestr Nadolig Wil (Wil's Christmas List) celebrate winning the Drama BAFTA.
Children's presenter Angellica Bell is delighted to announce the coveted Channel of the Year Award.
The whole Nick Jr team take to the stage to celebrate winning the Channel of the Year Award for the first time.
Eastenders and Hollyoaks actress Gemma Bissix reveals the winner in the Presenter category.
Richard Hammond, best known for his high-speed antics on Top Gear, accepts the Presenter award for his work on CBBC's Blast Lab.
BBC Sport's Jake Humphrey announces the Independent Production Company of the Year winner.
Astley Baker Davies, creators and producers of Peppa Pig and Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom, accept the Independent Production Company of the Year Award.
Catherine Tate presents the Academy's Special Award to her Doctor Who co-star, Bernard Cribbins.
Actor Bernard Cribbins receives the Academy's Special Award on stage at the EA British Academy Children's Awards in 2009.
Catherine Tate celebrates on stage with Special Award recipient Bernard Cribbins.
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