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Sunday 23 May
Presenters and winners at the Television Craft Awards ceremony in 2010.
Doctor Who's leading lady, Karen Gillan, presents the Break-through Talent Award sponsored by The Farm, recognising outstanding new industry talent.
Director Jessie Versluys picks up the Break-through Talent Award for her moving documentary Katie: My Beautiful Face.
Julia Bradbury takes to the BAFTA stage to present the Award for Editing Factual.
Gregor Lyon accepts the Editing Factual Award for his work on the historical documentary The Secret Life of the Berlin Wall.
Comedian and The Thick Of It star Rebecca Front introduced the Editing Fiction category.
Kristina Hetherington proudly accepted her BAFTA mask in the Editing Fiction category for her work on the biopic, Mo.
TV actress Lynda Bellignham announced the winner of the Production Design BAFTA.
Claire Kenny is awarded the BAFTA for her Production Design work on the BBC Four drama Drama based around the relationship between singer Gracie Fields and director Monty Banks.
Actress Wunmi Mosaku took to the stage to announce the BAFTA nominees in the Costume Design category sponsored by Swarovski.
Natalie Ward celebrates winning the hotly contested Costume Design caetgory for her work on 1970s serial killer drama, Red Riding.
Presenter Michael Underwood made an appearance to announce the winner of the new Entertainment Production category sponsored by HotCam.
The X Factor's huge production team took to the stage to receive the Entertainment Production Team Award sponsored by HotCam.
Comedian Lenny Henry announced the winner of the coveted Writer BAFTA, awarded to Guy Hibbert (absent on the night) for his drama about former UVF member Alistair Little.
Top Gear's Captain Slow (aka James May) presented the Director Factual category, sponsored by ProductionBase.
Patrick Forbes received the Director Factual BAFTA for his crime documentary, The Force.
The Director Fiction category sponsored by ProductionBase was presented by stage, film and television actress Lesley Sharp.
Philip Martin completes a hat-trick of mask for Mo as he collects the Director Fiction BAFTA.
Actress Sarah Lancashire introduces the final BAFTA mask of the eveving, the Academy's Special Award.
The behind-the-camera talent from over five decades of Coronation Street take to the stage to celebrate their Special Award.