Photographs of winners and presenters at the 2009 British Academy Television award ceremony.
Comedian Graham Norton hosted the show for the second year running (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Philip Glenister presents Drama Series
Ashes to Ashes and Life on Mars star Philip Glenister presented the first award of the night (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Drama Series - Wallander
Wallander star Kenneth Branagh celebrates the show's Drama Series triumph with Richard Cotton, Philip Martin and Francis Hopkinson (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Adrian Chiles & Christine Bleakey present Factual Series
Co-hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakey took time out from presenting The One Show to announce the winner in the Factual Series category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Factual Series - Amazon with Bruce Parry
BBC Two's tribe presenter Bruce Parry was joined on stage by Steve Robinson and Sam Organ to accept the Factual Series award for the documentary series Amazon with Bruce Parry (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Robert Webb presents Entertainment Programme
Fresh from his Comic Relief performance of Flashdance, comedian and Peep Show star Robert Webb presented the Entertainment Programme award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Entertainment Programme - X Factor
Richard Holloway, Andrew Linares, Siobhan Green and Mark Sidaway celebrated their BAFTA win in the Entertainment Programme category for musical talent show X Factor (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Gary Linekar presents Sport
Described by host Graham Norton as "one of England's greatest ever footballers", Gary Linekar took to the stage to present the Sport category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Sport - ITV1 F1: Brazilian Grand Prix
For the second year runinng, ITV's Formula One coverage claimed victory in the Sport category - this time for the season-clinching Brazilian Grand Prix. Neil Duncanson and Gerard Lane look shocked as they collected the award, believing the BBC's Olympic coverage would win (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Adrian Lester & Patsy Kensit-Healey present Conitnuing Drama
Adrian Lester, star of The Hustle, and actress Patsy Kensit-Healey presented the Continuing Drama category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Conitnuing Drama - The Bill
Jonathan Young, Tim Key and Kevin Rundle joined The Bill cast memebers Amita Dhiri (DC Grace Dasrai) and Chris Simmons (DC Mickey Webb) on stage to accept the Continuing Drama BAFTA - the first time the soap has won the award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Andrew Marr & Kirsty Walk present News Coverage
Former political correspondent Andrew Marr and Newsnight presenter Kirsty Walk were an apt choice to present the News Coverage category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
News Coverage - News at Ten: Chinese Earthquake
Bill Neely and Rob Bowles were among the News at Ten team who collected the News Coverage BAFTA for their reporting of the Chinese Earthquake (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Jools Holland presents Entertainment Performance
Musician and television presenter Jools Holland announced the Entertainment Performance category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Entertainment Performance - Harry Hill
Harry Hill collected a third BAFTA in two years for his performance on his self-titled clip show, Harry Hill's TV Burp (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Idris Elba & Dominic West present Single Drama
The Office actor Idris Elba and Dominic West, star of The Devil's Whore, took to the stage to present the Single Drama award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Single Drama - White Girl
Hettie Macdonald, Abi Morgan, Andrew Woodhead, Greg Brenman and cast member Holly Kenny accepted the Single Drama award for White Girl (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Rob Brydon presents Comedy Programme
Gavin & Stacey star and Comedy Performance nominee Rob Brydon addresses the crowd in the Royal Festival Hall to announce the winner of the Comedy Programme award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Comedy Programme - Harry & Paul
Comedy duo Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse celebrate winning the Comedy Programme award for their eponymous sketch show Harry & Paul (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Kate Silverton presents Current Affairs
Broadcast Journalist Kate Silverton presented the Current Affairs category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Current Affairs - Saving Africa's Witch Children (Dispatches)
The Current Affairs award was collected by the Dispatches team of Mags Gavan, Joosst van der Valk, Alice Keens-Soper and Paul Woolwich for Saving Africa's Witch Children (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
John Torode & Gregg Wallace present Interactivity
MasterChef hosts John Torode and Gregg Wallace turned up the heat as they announced the Interactivity award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Interactivity - Embarrassing Bodies Online
Alex Hryniewicz, Dan Jones, Steph Harris and Adam Gee collected the Interactivity BAFTA for the website behind Channel 4's Embarrassing Bodies series (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Michelle Ryan & Ed Westwick present International
Doctor Who star Michelle Ryan and Gossip Girl actor Ed Westwick presented the fiercely contested International category to the 1950s drama Mad Men (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).