The winners of the BAFTA for Current Affairs alongside award presenter Jeremy Bowen.
Reality and Constructed Factual Winner: The Young Apprentice
Lord Sugar and the team behind The Young Apprentice celebrate their BAFTA win alongside presenters Suranne Jones and Tom Ellis.
YouTube Audience Award Winner: Celebrity Juice
TOWIE's Amy Childs and Harry Derbidge with Celebrity Juice's Holly Willoughby, Leigh Francis and Fearne Cotton, which won the YouTube Audience Award, the only award voted for by the public.
Female Performance in a Comedy Programme: Jennifer Saunders
Entertainment Programme Winner: Derren Brown: The Experiments
Mini Series winner: This is England '88
Jenny Agutter and Alexander Armstrong presented the BAFTA for best Mini Series to the team behind This is England '88, including Shane Meadows and Mark Herbert.
Special Award winner: Steven Moffat
The 2012 Special Award went to Steven Moffat for his outstanding work on shows including Doctor Who and Sherlock. He's pictured here with the 11th actor to play Doctor Who, Matt Smith and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch.
Specialist Factual winner: Mummifying Alan: Egypt's Last Secret
Mummifying Alan: Egypt’s Last Secret picks up the BAFTA for Specialist Factual. The team celebrate their win alongside award presenters Sofie Grabol and Kayvan Novak.
Situation Comedy winner: Mrs Brown's Boys
Mrs Brown's Boys wins the BAFTA for Situation Comedy. The team behind the show celebrate their win alongside award presenters Philip Glenister and Robert Glenister.
Supporting Actor winner: Andrew Scott
Andrew Scott, winner of the Supporting Actor BAFTA for his performance as Moriarty in Sherlock, poses with presenter Helen McCrory.
Sport and Live Event winner: The Royal Wedding
The Sport and Live Event BAFTA went to the team behind coverage of The Royal Wedding, including presenter Huw Edwards. They're pictured here alongside athletes Dame Kelly Holmes and Jonathan Edwards.
Supporting Actress Winner: Monica Dolan
Appropriate Adult's Monica Dolan with her BAFTA for best Supporting Actress with award presenter Timothy Spall.
Soap and Continuing Drama winner: Coronation Street
Coronation Street pick up the BAFTA for Soap and Continuing Drama. The team celebrate their win alongside award presenter Alex Jones and Bruno Tonioli.
Jack Whitehall and Melissa George
Presenters Jack Whitehall and Melissa George accepted Graham Norton's Entertainment Performance BAFTA in his absence.
Factual Series winner: Our War
The Factual Series BAFTA went to the team behind Our War. They're pictured here with Apprentice and Countdown star Nick Hewer.