One of the biggest nights in the showbusiness calendar, the TV BAFTAs, took place on Sunday night.
The brightest stars of the small screen flocked to London's Royal Festival Hall to celebrate the very best in TV over the past year. Keep reading to find out what happened during this year's ceremony, including the big winners and the best moments from on the red carpet and inside the hall.
BAFTA 2023 Highlights
- Derry Girls, The Traitors, I Am Ruth and Bad Sisters were the big winners of the night with two prizes each.
- Ben Whishaw picked up the gong for Leading Actor, while Kate Winslet won for Leading Actress.
- Tributes were paid in a moving In Memoriam clip.
- The public voted Paddington Bear having tea with the late Queen as the most memorable moment of the year.
- Meera Syal was awarded the BAFTA Fellowship.
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A touching In Memoriam clip played during the ceremony, paying tribute to late stars including Bernard Cribbins, Bill Turnbull, Paul O'Grady, Len Goodman and Barry Humphries.
Meera Syal was awarded the BAFTA Fellowship, presented by Adrian Lester. The comedian, who never went to drama school, said the award "represents change", but said "there’s still work to do".
TV BAFTA 2023 WINNERS LIST:
Am I Being Unreasonable? - BBC One
Big Boys - Channel 4
Derry Girls - Channel 4 - WINNER
Ghosts - BBC One
Billie Piper, I Hate Suzie Too - Sky Atlantic
Imelda Staunton, The Crown - Netflix
Kate Winslet, I Am Ruth - Channel 4 - WINNER
Maxine Peake, Anne - ITV1
Sarah Lancashire, Julia - Sky Atlantic
Vicky McClure, Without Sin - ITVX
Ben Whishaw, This Is Going To Hurt - BBC One - WINNER
Chaske Spencer, The English - BBC Two
Cillian Murphy, Peaky Blinders - BBC One
Adeel Akhtar, Sherwood - BBC One - WINNER
Jack Lowden, Slow Horses - Apple TV+
Josh Finan, The Responder - BBC One
Salim Daw, The Crown - Netflix
Samuel Bottomley, Somewhere Boy - Channel 4
Will Sharpe, The White Lotus - Sky Atlantic
P&O Cruises Memorable Moment
Derry Girls, The Finale – the people of Northern Ireland vote overwhelmingly for peace - Channel 4
Heartstopper – Nick and Charlie’s First Kiss - Netflix
Platinum Jubilee: Party at the Palace – Paddington Meets the Queen - BBC One WINNER
Stranger Things – Max is rescued from the demonic Vecna by playing her favourite song, Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill - Netflix
The Real Mo Farah – Sir Mo Farah revealing he was illegally trafficked to the UK (BBC One)The Traitors – the final roundtable - BBC One
Bad Sisters - Apple TV+ - WINNER
The Responder - BBC One
Sherwood - BBC One
Somewhere Boy - Channel 4
Female Performance In A Comedy Program
Daisy May Cooper, Am I Being Unreasonable? - BBC One
Diane Morgan, Cunk On Earth - BBC Two
Lucy Beaumont, Meet The Richardsons - Dave
Natasia Demetriou, Ellie & Natasia - BBC Three
Siobhán Mcsweeney, Derry Girls - Channel 4 - WINNER
Taj Atwal, Hullraisers - Channel 4
Reality & Constructed Factual
Freddie Flintoff's Field of Dreams - BBC One
RuPaul's Drag Race UK - BBC Three
The Traitors - BBC One - WINNER
We Are Black and British - BBC Two
Always, Asifa - Together TV
Biscuitland - All 4
How To Be a Person - E4 - WINNER
Kingpin Cribs - Channel 4
Aids: The Unheard Tapes - BBC Two
The Green Planet - BBC One
How To Survive a Dictator With Munya Chawawa - Channel 4
Russia 1985-1999: Traumazone - BBC iPlayer - WINNER
The Chase - ITV1
The Repair Shop: A Royal Visit - BBC One - WINNER
Scam Interceptors - BBC One
Male performance in a comedy programme
Daniel Radcliffe, Weird: The Al Yankovic Story - The Roku Channel
Jon Pointing, Big Boys - Channel 4
Joseph Gilgun, Brassic - Sky Max
Lenny Rush, Am I Being Unreasonable? - BBC One - WINNER
Matt Berry, What We Do In The Shadows - Disney+
Stephen Merchant, The Outlaws - BBC One
Adelayo Adedayo, The Responder - BBC One
Anne-Marie Duff, Bad Sisters - Apple TV+ - WINNER
Fiona Shaw, Andor - Disney+
Jasmine Jobson, Top Boy - Netflix
Lesley Manville, Sherwood - BBC One
Saffron Hocking, Top Boy - Netflix
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway - ITV1
Later... With Jools Holland: Jools' 30th Birthday Bash - BBC Two
The Masked Singer - ITV1 - WINNER
Strictly Come Dancing - BBC One
Afghanistan: No Country For Women (Exposure) - ITV1
Children of the Taliban - Channel 4 - WINNER
The Crossing (Exposure) - ITV1
Mariupol: The People's Story (Panorama) - BBC One
BBC News at Ten: Russia Invades Ukraine - BBC One
Channel 4 News: Live in Kyiv - Channel 4 - WINNER
Good Morning Britain: Boris Johnson Interview - ITV1
I Am Ruth - Channel 4 - WINNER
The House - Netflix
Life and Death in the Warehouse - BBC Three
The Bear - Disney+
Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story - Netflix - WINNER
Wednesday - Netflix
Oussekine - Disney+
Pachinko - Apple TV+
The White Lotus - Sky Atlantic
Big Zuu's Big Eats - Dave
Joe Lycett vs Beckham: Got Your Back At Xmas - Channel 4 - WINNER
The Martin Lewis Money Show Live - ITV1
The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan - BBC Two
A Spy Among Friends - ITVX
Mood - BBC Three - WINNER
The Thief, His Wife And The Canoe - ITV1
This Is Going To Hurt - BBC One
Jeremy Kyle Show: Death On Daytime - Channel 4
Libby, Are You Home Yet? - Sky Crime - WINNER
Vatican Girl: The Disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi - Netflix
Worlds Collide: The Manchester Bombing - ITV1
Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes - Sky Documentaries
Escape From Kabul Airport - BBC Two
Our Falklands War: A Frontline Story - BBC Two
The Real Mo Farah - BBC One - WINNER
Comedy entertainment programme
Friday Night Live - Channel 4 - WINNER
The Graham Norton Show - BBC One
Taskmaster - Channel 4
Would I Lie To You? - BBC One
Soap and continuing drama
Casualty - BBC One - WINNER
EastEnders - BBC One
Emmerdale - ITV1
Concert For Ukraine - ITV1
Platinum Jubilee: Party At The Palace - BBC One - WINNER
The State Funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II - BBC One
Big Zuu, Big Zuu's Big Eats - Dave
Claudia Winkleman, The Traitors - BBC One - WINNER
Lee Mack, The 1% Club - ITV1
Mo Gilligan, The Lateish Show With Mo Gilligan - Channel 4
Rosie Jones, Rosie Jones' Trip Hazard - Channel 4
Sue Perkins, Sue Perkins: Perfectly Legal - Netflix
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games - BBC One
Uefa Women's Euro 2022 - BBC One - WINNER
Wimbledon 2022 - BBC One
Red carpet highlights
HELLO! caught up with some of the stars of the small screen on the red carpet, including Lenny Henry, who confirmed that he wouldn't be appearing in the second season of the Lord of the Rings spin-off, Rings of Power.
He was joined by the stars of his upcoming TV drama, Three Little Birds, and gave us an idea of what to expect from the new series. "We can't do a story like this without these three," he said, gesturing to actresses Rochelle Neil, Yazmin Belo and Saffron Coomber. "They embody the characters so well."
"It's literally tears, laughter, joy, heartbreak. They embodied all of these because when our parents came over in the '50s and '60s, they had to put up with the whole of the patriarchy, the whole of society saying you don't belong here, you should go back where you came from and yet, they overcame that and built a life here."
Meanwhile, Loose Women star Charlene White said she would love to do a second stint in the I'm A Celebrity jungle. When asked if she would return to the show, she said: "I absolutely would. I think the first time you do it, you have no idea what you're walking into.
"I would be interested to do it again when you know what you're going into and you realise that things you thought you were going to be scared of, you're not anymore. So I absolutely would, without a shadow of a doubt."
HELLO! also chatted with Strictly star Anton Du Beke, who revealed which star he would love to see join the celebrity line-up. "We're all sort of hoping Piers Morgan comes along," he said.
Scroll for some looks from the red carpet...
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Who hosted the TV BAFTAs 2023?
Comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan handled the hosting duties for this year's ceremony, taking over from Richard Ayoade's three-year stint as host.
Who is nominated at the TV BAFTAs 2023?
This year's nominations list was led by BBC dramas The Responder and This is Going to Hurt, which each picked up six nominations across various categories, including Best Drama Series and Lead Actor.
Meanwhile, Cillian Murphy was finally nominated for his performance in Peaky Blinders, and Daniel Radcliffe was up for his first BAFTA for his role in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.
Meanwhile, Daisy May Cooper was nominated for Female Performance in a Comedy Programme for a third time for Am I Being Unreasonable?.
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