A second roll of photographs from the 2009 Television Awards ceremony, held at the Royal Festival Hall on London's South Bank.
Jon Snow presents Specialist Factual
Channel 4 newsreader Jon Snow was on hand to present the BAFTA for Specialist Factual (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Specialist Factual - Life in Cold Blood
Sara Ford, Miles Barton and Adam White joined Sir David Attenborough on stage to celebrate their Specialist Factual win for Life in Coild Blood. Sir David collected his eighth BAFTA by thanking "spitting cobras, axolets, golden frogs, dwarf chameleons, those happy tortoises" as well his dedicated production team (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Rupert Penry Jones presents Features
Actor Rupert Penry-Jones, who plays Adam Carter in MI5 drama Spooks, presented the award in the Features category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Features - The Choir: Boys Don't Sing
Jamie Isaacs, Henry Beney and Rob McCabe took to the stage with choirmaster Gareth Malone to collect the Features award for their documentary following a boys school choir in Lancaster (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Tess Daly & Michael McIntyre present Situation Comedy
Television Presenter Tess Daly and comedian Michael McIntyre livened up the crowd at the Royal Festival Hall before presenting the Situation Comedy award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Situation Comedy - The IT Crowd
The IT Crowd cast members Chris O'Dowd (Roy) and Matt Berry (Reynholm) joined Graham Lineham, Richard Boden and Ash Atella on stage to accept the Situation Comedy award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Andrew Garfield presents Drama Serial
Last year's Actor winner and star of Boy A, Andrew Garfield, returned to present the Drama Serial category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Drama Serial - Criminal Justice
Producer Pier Wilkie, director Otto Bathurst, writer Peter Moffat and actor Ben Wishaw accept the Drama Serial award for Criminal Justice (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
David Tennant presents the Special Award
Timelord actor David Tennant thanks Jane Tranter for the role she played in revitalising the Doctor Who franchise (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Special Award congratulations
David Tennant congratulates Jane Tranter on stage after presenting her with the Special Award for outstanding creative contribution to the television industry (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Special Award - Jane Tranter
Jane Tranter, the executive vice president of programming and production at BBC Worldwide, accepts the Academy's Special Award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Louis Theroux presents Single Documentary
Documentary maker Louis Theroux announced the award for Single Documentary (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Single Documentary - Chosen (True Stories)
The team behind Chosen (True Stories) - Brian Woods, Caroline Haydon, Chris Eley and Jimmy Edwards - accepted the Single Documentary award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Davina McCall & Chris Moyles present the Philips Audience Award
Egged on by Davina McCall, Radio DJ Chris Moyles impersonates comedian Michael McIntyre before the pair presented the Philips Audience Award - the only award of the night voted for by the public (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Philips Audience Award - Skins
Skins writer Brian Elsley and stars Kaya Scodelano (Effy) and Hanna Murray (Cassie) thanked the show's legion of fans as they collected the publicly-voted Philips Audience Award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Richard Armitage & Sarah Alexander present Comedy Performance
Spooks actor Richard Armitage and Sarah Alexander, star of All the Small Things and Mutual Friends, presented the Comedy Performance award (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Comedy Performance - David Mitchell
David Mitchell collected the Comedy Performance BAFTA by paying tribute to his comedy partner Robert Webb (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
James Nesbitt presents Actress
Television star James Nesbitt was on hand to present the Actress category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Actress - Anna Maxwell Martin
Producer Charles Steel collected the Actress award on behalf of Anna Maxwell Martin who won her second BAFTA in a row, this time for her role as a troubled mental patient in Channel 4's Poppy Shakespeare (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Lindsay Duncan presents Actor
Television actress Lindsay Duncan took to the stage to present the fiercely contested Actor category (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Actor - Stephen Dillane
Stephen Dillane collected the coveted Actor BAFTA for his role as a grieving father in The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Richard Curtis introduces the Fellowship
The Boat That Rocked director Richard Curtis introduced the last award of the night, the Academy Fellowship, by calling recipients Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders the "greatest female double act in the history of British television" (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Helen Mirren presents the Fellowship
Dame Helen Mirren presents the Academy Fellowship to French & Saunders, only the second double-act to be awarded the honour after Morecambe & Wise in 1999 (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Fellowship - Dawn French & Jennifer Saunders
Comedy double-act Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders accept the Academy's highest honour, the Fellowship (BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).