In pictures: Bafta TV Awards 2015
The Bafta television awards have taken place in London. Here are some of the key moments from the red carpet and the winners' room in pictures.
Georgina Campbell was the surprise winner of best actress - beating the likes of Sarah Lancashire and Sheridan Smith. The young actress won for her portrayal of a domestic violence victim in BBC Three's Murdered by My Boyfriend.
"This is insane," she said. "The women who are in this category are absolutely brilliant. If I have the career they have in a few years time I will count myself very, very, lucky."
Jason Watkins won best leading actor for his portrayal of Christopher Jeffries, whose life was turned upside down by a fortnight of press intrusion in 2010, when he was arrested and released without charge over the murder of Bristol architect Joanna Yeates.
Poldark stars Heida Reed and Eleanor Tomlinson made an impact on the red carpet in their contrasting gowns.
Double winners Ant and Dec commiserate with Mary Berry, whose Great British Bake Off failed to win any prizes this year.
Bafta host Graham Norton won best comedy entertainment programme for his BBC One chat show, exclaiming "yay, me!"
Jessica Hynes scooped best comedy performance (female) for her role as Siobhan Sharpe, a babbling BBC brand consultant in W1A.
Gemma Jones won best supporting actress for her portrayal of Mary Baldwin in Marvellous - a biopic about Neil Baldwin, who refused to accept the limitations of his learning disability.
Speaking backstage the actress, who played Bridget Jones's mother in the two hit films, said they had better "hurry up" filming the third book or she would be "on a zimmer frame".
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams was on hand to present the award for best scripted comedy to BBC Four's Detectorists.
But her own show lost out on a fiercely-contested Audience Award to hit drama Sherlock.
Hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkelman, along with 2014 contestant Judy Murray were on hand to support Strictly Come Dancing. Ultimately, though, the show went home empty handed.
Tamsin Greig, Russell Tovey and Emma Willis were among the attendees.
James Corden, whose comedy series The Wrong Mans was up for an award, jetted in from the US, where he recently started presenting his own chat show.
"I landed at 14:00 BST and I leave at 09:00 tomorrow morning," he said. "I'm on the plane longer than I'm here!"
Homeland star David Harewood was nominated for best sitcom along with the rest of the cast of mistaken-identity thriller The Wrong Mans.
He will soon be seen as CIA agent Hank Henshaw in the TV adaptation of Supergirl.
Downton Abbey and W1A's Hugh Bonneville enjoyed the ceremony with his wife Lulu Williams.
Former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan attended just weeks before her marriage to Mark Wright; while Davina McCall and John Bishop appeared to have co-ordinated their wardrobes.
Stephen Rea won the Best Supporting Actor award for his role as Sir Hugh Hayden-Hoyle in BBC Two's The Honourable Woman.
He accepted his award from British actress Archie Panjabi - star of US legal drama The Good Wife.
Comedian Matt Berry was presented with the Bafta for best comedy performance (male) by Anna Friel.
His cult Channel 4 sitcom, Toast of London, follows the adventures of an eccentric middle aged actor sleeping with a rival thespian's wife.