2010 British Academy Television Awards winners

Kenneth Branagh — Wallander (BBC One)
Brendan Gleeson — Into the Storm (BBC Two)
John Hurt — An Englishman in New York (ITV)
David Oyelowo — Small Island (BBC One)

Helena Bonham Carter — Enid (BBC Four)
Sophie Okonedo — Mrs Mandela (BBC Four)
Julie Walters — A Short Stay in Switzerland (BBC One)
Julie Walters — Mo (Channel 4)

Supporting Actor
Benedict Cumberbatch — Small Island (BBC One)
Tom Hollander — Gracie! (BBC Four)
Gary Lewis — Mo (Channel 4)
Matthew Macfadyen — Criminal Justice (BBC One)

Supporting Actress
Rebecca Hall — Red Riding 1974 (Channel 4)
Sophie Okonedo — Criminal Justice (BBC One)
Lauren Socha — The Unloved (Channel 4)
Imelda Staunton — Cranford (BBC One)

Entertainment Performance
Stephen Fry — QI (BBC One)
Harry Hill — Harry Hill’s TV Burp (ITV)
Anthony McPartlin & Declan Donnelly — I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! (ITV)
Michael McIntyre — Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC One)

Female Performance in a Comedy Role
Jo Brand — Getting On (BBC Four)
Rebecca Front — The Thick of It (BBC Two)
Miranda Hart — Miranda (BBC Two)
Joanna Scanlan — Getting On (BBC Four)

Male Performance in a Comedy Role
Simon Bird — The Inbetweeners (E4)
Peter Capaldi — The Thick of It (BBC Two)
Hugh Dennis — Outnumbered Christmas Special (BBC One)
David Mitchell — Peep Show (Channel 4)

Single Drama
A Short Stay in Switzerland (BBC One)
Five Minutes of Heaven (BBC Two)
Mo (Channel 4)
The Unloved (Channel 4)

Drama Series
Being Human (BBC Three)
Misfits (E4)
Spooks (BBC One)
The Street (BBC One)

Drama Serial
Occupation (BBC One)
Red Riding (Channel 4)
Small Island (BBC One)
Unforgiven (ITV)

Continuing Drama
The Bill (ITV)
Casualty (BBC One)
Coronation Street (ITV)
EastEnders (BBC One)

Family Guy (BBC Three)
Mad Men (BBC Four)
Nurse Jackie (BBC Two)
True Blood (FX)

Factual Series
Blood, Sweat and Takeaways (BBC Three)
The Family (Channel 4)
One Born Every Minute (Channel 4)
Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC One)

Specialist Factual
Art of Russia (BBC Four)
Chemistry: A Volatile History (BBC Four)
Inside Nature’s Giants (Channel 4)
Yellowstone (BBC Two)

Single Documentary
Katie: My Beautiful Face (Channel 4)
Louis Theroux: A Place for Paedophiles (BBC Two)
Tsunami: Caught on Camera (Channel 4)
Wounded (BBC One)

The Choir: Unsung Town (BBC Two)
Heston’s Feasts (Channel 4)
James May’s Toy Stories (BBC Two)
Masterchef: The Professionals (BBC Two)

Current Affairs
Dispatches — Afghanistan: Behind Enemy Lines (Channel 4)
Generation Jihad (BBC Two)
This World — Gypsy Child Thieves (BBC Two)
Dispatches — Terror in Mumbai (Channel 4)

News Coverage
The Haiti Earthquake (BBC News Channel)
Haiti Earthquake (Channel 4 News)
Haiti (ITV News at Ten)
Pakistan: Terror’s Frontline (Sky News)

F1 – The Brazilian Grand Prix (BBC One/BBC Sport)
FA Cup Final (ITV/ITV Sport)
World Athletics Championships (BBC Two/BBC Sport)
UEFA Champions League Live (ITV/ITV Sport)

New Media
Antony Gormley’s One & Other
Life Begins (One Born Every Minute)
Primeval Evolved
The Virtual Revolution

Entertainment Programme
Britain’s Got Talent (ITV)
The Graham Norton Show (BBC One)
Harry Hill’s TV Burp (ITV)
Newswipe with Charlie Brooker (BBC Four)

Comedy Programme
The Armstrong and Miller Show (BBC One)
The Kevin Bishop Show (Channel 4)
Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle (BBC Two)
That Mitchell and Webb Look (BBC Two)

Situation Comedy
The Inbetweeners (E4)
Miranda (BBC Two)
Peep Show (Channel Four)
The Thick of It (BBC Two)

YouTube Audience Award
Britain’s Got Talent (ITV)
Glee (E4)
The Inbetweeners (E4)
The One Show (BBC One)
The X Factor (ITV)
Unforgiven (ITV)

Special Award
Simon Cowell

BAFTA Fellowship
Melvyn Bragg

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