Bafta TV Awards 2019: Red carpet and winners in pictures

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Stars of the small screen have been honoured at the 2019 Bafta TV Awards at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Here are the images that tell the story of the night.

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image captionKilling Eve, written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (centre), picked up three awards, two in the acting categories for Fiona Shaw (left) and Jodie Comer (right), and best drama series
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image captionDaisy May Cooper, who writes and stars in comedy series This Country, wore a bin bag dress and donated the money she would have spent to a food bank
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image captionInside No. 9 star Steve Pemberton won male performance in a comedy programme, while comedian Lee Mack picked up the award for entertainment performance for Would I Lie To You?
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image captionBlack was a common theme on the red carpet. Pictured are Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid, Mrs Wilson actress Ruth Wilson and Collateral's Billie Piper
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image captionMarried presenting team Marvin and Rochelle Humes dressed to match, while writer and actress Julia Davis, pictured with husband Julian Barratt of The Mighty Boosh fame, won best scripted comedy for Sally4Ever
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image captionJodie Comer and Benedict Cumberbatch won in the leading actor and actress categories for Killing Eve and Patrick Melrose respectively
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image captionBros: After The Screaming Stops, a behind the scenes look at Matt and Luke Goss's reunion, lost out on the specialist factual award
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image captionJessica Hynes, pictured with her Bafta for best female performance in a comedy programme for There She Goes
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image captionLine of Duty actor Stephen Graham and his wife, actress Hannah Walters, enjoyed themselves, while Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker dressed to impress
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image captionActresses Suranne Jones, Holly Willoughby and Lolly Adefope all showed their sense of style on the red carpet
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image captionKirsty Wark presented Baroness Bakewell with the Bafta Fellowship for her 50 years in broadcasting
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image captionBBC One chat show host and comedian Graham Norton kept the evening's proceedings in order

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