CBeebies named Channel of the Year at the Children's BAFTAs 2016
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CBeebies Controller Kay Benbow with the Children's Channel of the Year BAFTA
Last night (Sunday 20 November 2016) the Children’s BAFTAs were held at a ceremony in London. CBeebies took home the Channel of the Year award and BBC programmes were awarded in more than half of the categories.
BBC Learning's Ten Pieces II took home the prize for Learning - Secondary in 2016; star of Hank Zipzer, Nick James, was named performer of the Year; and Presenter of the Year was Iain Stirling for CBBC’s The Dog Ate My Homework.
CBeebies Hey Duggee
All the BBC winners are listed below:
- Channel of the Year in 2016: CBeebies
- BAFTA Kids' Vote - Television in 2016: CBBC’s The Next Step
- Comedy in 2016: CBBC’s Horrible Histories Special: Sensational Shakespeare
- Entertainment in 2016: CBBC’s Sam & Mark's Big Friday Wind-Up
- Factual in 2016: CBBC’s The Boy on the Bicycle (My Life)
- Interactive: Adapted in 2016: CBeebies’ Get Well Soon Hospital App
- Interactive: Original in 2016: CBBC’s Secret Life of Boys
- Learning - Primary in 2016: BBC Learning’s I Can't Go to School Today
- Learning - Secondary in 2016: BBC Learning's Ten Pieces II
- Performer in 2016: Nick James (star of Hank Zipzer)
- Pre-School Animation in 2016: CBeebies’ Hey Duggee
- Pre-School Live Action in 2016: CBeebies' Topsy and Tim
- Presenter in 2016: Iain Stirling for CBBC’s The Dog Ate My Homework
Congratulations to all the winners, a full list can be seen on the BAFTA website.