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Sunday 27 May
Pictures from inside the ceremony at the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards in 2012 during the second half of the show.Photography by Steve Butler
Dame Kelly Holmes and Jonathan Edwards present the Sport & Live Event award.
Huw Edwards with the winning team behind The Royal Wedding coverage, including: Nick Vaughan-Barratt, Claire Popplewell and Elaine Patterson.
Helen McCrory presents the award for Supporting Actor.
Andrew Scott, who won for his performance as Moriarty in series 2 of Sherlock.
Jack Whitehall and Melissa George accepted Graham Norton's BAFTA Entertainment Performance in his absence.
Suranne Jones and Tom Ellis present the award for Reality and Constructed Factual - a brand new category for the 2012 Awards.
The winning team, including Lord Sugar, Nick Hewer, Karen Brady, Michele Kurland, Colm Martin, Darina Healy and Andy Devonshire.
The Killing's Sofie Grabol and Kayvan 'Facejacker' Novak present the award for Specialist Factual.
The winning team, including: Justine Kershaw, Kenny Scott, Laura Jones and Gillian Mosely.
Sherlock's Benedict Cumberbatch and Doctor Who's Matt Smith introduce the Academy's Special Award.
The esteemed writer behind such shows as Press Gang, Coupling, Jekyll, Doctor Who and Sherlock accepts the Special Award.
Alexander Armstrong and Jenny Agutter announce the winner for Mini Series.
The Entertainment Programme nominees are introduced by Jeremy Piven and Katherine Kelly.
Two of the winning team, Derren Brown and Fiona Cotter-Craig.
Rob Brydon presents the award for Female Performance in a Comedy Programme.
Jennifer Saunders collects the BAFTA for her recent performance in Absolutely Fabulous.
The YouTube Audience Award is introduced by two of the stars of last year's winner: TOWIE's Amy Childs and Harry Derbridge.
Host Leigh Francis, and team captains Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton are among the winning team collecting the YouTube Audience Award, voted for by the public.
Davina McCall presents the award for Male Performance in a Comedy Programme.
Darren Boyd collects his BAFTA for his leading role in popular Sky One comedy Spy.
Joanne Froggatt and Gareth Malone arrive to present the Features award.
Presenters Mary Berry, Sue Perkins, Mel Giedroyc and Paul Hollywood are among the team accepting the Features BAFTA.
Spooks' Rupert Penry-Jones presents the award for Leading Actress.
Emily Watson collects the BAFTA for her performance in Appropriate Adult.
BAFTA-nominated film and TV actress Sophie Okonedo presents the award for Leading Actor.
Dominic West collects his BAFTA for a memorable performance in Appropriate Adult.
Robert Lindsay introduces the recipient of this year's Academy Fellowship: Rolf Harris.
The much-loved presenter and performer becomes the Academy's newest Fellow.
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