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Sunday 23 May
Ceremony pictures from the Television Awards in 2010.
The One Show's Christine Bleakley presented the British Academy television Craft Awards at the London Hitlon Hotel on Sunday 23 May 2010.
Green Wing star Stephen Mangan presented the first award of the evening.
David Higgs collects the Photography & Lighting Fiction BAFTA for Red Riding 1983.
Actress Hayley Atwell took to the stage to present the Photography Factual category.
The Photography Factual Award was won by the camera team behind the natural history programme, Yellowstone (Winter).
The man behind Bo' Selecta!, Keith lemon, presented the Make Up & Hair Design category sponsored by MAC.
Chrissie Baker collects the Make Up & Hair BAFTA for her work on the Mo Mowlam biopic, Mo.
The Visual Effects BAFTA was presented by Red Riding star Robert Sheehan.
Tom Turnball, Joel Collins and Rene Morel fought off a double nomination from The Mill to claim the Visual Effects Award for their work on BBC One's Day of the Triffids.
The multi-talented Kwame Kwei Armah took to the stage to announce the winner of the Original Television Music category.
Composer Martin Phipps won the Original Television Music BAFTA for his Small Island score.
Skins actress Kaya Scodelario and Shameless star Elliott Tittensor presented the inaugural BBC Blast and BAFTA Screen-Skills Award.
Director of Photography Sam Shetabi celebrates becoming the first BBC Blast and BAFTA Screen-Skills Award winner.
Dr Christian Jessen from the Embarassing Bodies series presented the hotly contested Titles category.
Marc Craste, Damon Collins, Tim McNaughton and Freddy Mandy celebrate their Titles BAFTA for BBC Winter Olympics.
TV actress Joanne Froggatt was on hand to announce the winner in the Sound Fiction category.
The Sound Fiction BAFTA was claimed by Paul Hamblin, André Schmidt, Catherine Hodgson and Bosse Persson for their work on detective drama Wallander.
Comedian and actor Omid Djalili presented the Sound Factual category
Lisa Marie McStay and George Foulgham took home the Sound Factual Award for their work on the documentary Trawlermen.
The winners of the Interactive Creative Contribution category were announced by TV actress Lenora Crichlow.
The production team behind the Embarrassing Bodies and Embarrassing Bodies Live websites won the Interactive Creative Contribution Award.
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