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TV Baftas: Highlights from the awards

Olivia Colman has won two Baftas, taking the prizes for best supporting actress for Accused and best female in a comedy programme for Twenty Twelve.

Colman said of her win for Accused: "Turns out it does mean a lot. And I'm not going to cry."

BBC Olympic satire Twenty Twelve also won best sitcom at the TV Bafta Awards.

Other winners included a tearful Sheridan Smith, who won best lead actress for ITV drama Mrs Biggs.

Presenter Clare Balding, who won a Bafta Special Award, said she was "aware this would not have happened if it weren't for the magic of last summer", referring to the 2012 Games.

Michael Palin was presented with a Bafta fellowship by fellow Monty Python member Terry Jones.

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