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Last night This Country - a mockumentary of life in a Cotswold village - picked up two BAFTAs.
One of its stars stole the show on the red carpet with a very special red dress.
BBC Points West's Gloucestershire reporter, Steve Knibbs, was carpet-side to soak up the atmosphere.
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The actor who played the father of Rhys Jones in ITV drama Little Boy Blue won an award at last night's Baftas.
Brian F. O'Byrne was named best supporting actor for his role in the series.
He dedicated the award to Rhys, who was 11 when he was shot dead in Liverpool in 2007.
He said: "It's kind of difficult to get an award to play somebody who is living and who is at home tonight, like the last 10 years, suffering grief for the loss of their child."
Britain's Got Talent, Love Island and Blue Planet II were among the winners at this year's Bafta Television Awards.
Declan Donnelly was at the ceremony held at London's Royal Festival Hall to accept the entertainment programme prize for Britain's Got Talent - but co-host Ant McPartlin wasn't there.
Love Islandwon its first ever Bafta, for best reality show, whileCasualtyscooped its first Bafta for 11 years, for best soap or continuing drama.
Sir David Attenborough picked up Blue Planet II's Must See Moment prize.
The team behind BBC Three comedy This Country won two Bafta awards on Sunday night.
Stars Daisy May Cooper and and her brother Charlie are from Cirencester and wrote the series.
They said it was "incredible" to have won.