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Sunday 27 May
Pictures from inside the ceremony at the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards in 2012 during the first half of the show.Photography by Steve Butler
Host (and nominee) Dara O' Briain opens the show.
Dominic West and Emilia Fox present the first award of the evening, Drama Series.
Susan Hogg, Jack Thorne and Caroline Skinner - the winning team behind The Fades.
Broadcast journalist Kate Silverton presents the award for Single Documentary.
The winning team behind the moving documentary, including Craig Hunter, Charlie Russell, Gary Scott and Terry Pratchett.
The Withnail & I and Luther actor presents the New Media award
The winning Psychoville team: Reece Shearsmith, Jon Aird and Justin Davies.
Miranda Raison and Toby Stephens present the award for Comedy Programme.
BAFTA winners for Comedy Programme: Richard Webb, Stewart Lee and Tim Kirkby.
Sports broadcaster Clare Balding presents the News Coverage award.
BAFTA winners for News Coverage, Jon Snow and Jim Gray.
Claire Foy and Robert Sheehan present the award for best Single Drama.
Polly Leys, Kate Norrish and Debbie Tucker Green celebrate their win for Single Drama.
Newsreader Jeremy Bowen introduces the Current Affairs nominees.
The winning team, including: Frank Simmonds, Paul Kenyon, Matthew Chapman and Joe Casey.
The Apprentice's Nick Hewer presents the Factual Series award.
The winning team behind Our War, including: Colin Barr, John Douglas, Stuart Bernard and Bruce Goodison.
The acting brothers present the award for Situation Comedy.
The winning team behind Mrs Brown's Boys at the podium.
This Is England's Vicky McClure and White Heat's Sam Claflin present the International BAFTA.
Adam Price, Jeppe Gjervig Gram, Soren Kragh-Jacobsen, Sidse Babett Knudsen
British actor Timothy Spall presents the Supporting Actress prize.
The actress collects a BAFTA for her memorable portrayal of Rose West in Appropriate Adult.
Alex Jones and Bruno Tonioli present the award for Soap & Continuing Drama.
The winning team behind the popular ITV soap, including: Michelle Keegan, Bill Roache, Helen Worth, Paula Lane, Chris Fountain, Kate Ford and Natalie Gunede,
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