Sir Trevor McDonald hosted this years National Televsion Awards in London at the Royal Albert Hall on the 1st November with the big winners of the evening including the hit series 'Doctor Who'.
BBC series Doctor Who has won three prizes at the National TV Awards, including most popular drama as well as the two stars of the show winning the most popular actor and actress honours in the awards voted by the public.
EastEnders won the coverted award of most popular serial drama, while Coronation Street's Antony Cotton was most popular newcomer.
Ant and Dec won top entertainment hosts for the fifth year running and Little Britain claimed the comedy prize.
Jamie Oliver's series Jamie's School Dinners, which saw him take on the issue of the food being served up to pupils, won most popular factual programme. Jamie also won a special recognition prize for his campaign, which sparked a national debate and resulted in the government giving an extra £280m to tackle the school meals "crisis" in England.
ITV1's Saturday night musical talent show The X Factor was another double award winner, with the programme winning the popular entertainment show category and Sharon Osbourne named TV's most popular expert.
Big Brother, which had its sixth regular series in the summer, won the reality show prize for the third time.
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