The Great British Bake Off, Clare Balding and Channel 4's Paralympics coverage are all winners at the TV Bafta awards ceremony in London.
Sports presenter Clare Balding won a Bafta Special Award. She said she was "aware this would not have happened if it weren't for the magic of last summer", referring to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games which she presented for both the BBC and Channel 4. She said it was a time of "incredible positive energy, a feeling we could do anything".
Channel 4's coverage of The London 2012 Paralympic Games won the Bafta for best Sport and Live Event coverage. It beat the BBC's coverage of the Olympic opening ceremony, Super Saturday and the men's Wimbledon final. Paralympics presenter Ade Adepitan said winning was "an absolute honour".
Check out these photos from the TV Baftas red carpet! It was a glamorous affair, honouring the best shows that have been on TV here in the UK over the last year. The ceremony was hosted by Graham Norton, who'll be heading to Sweden this week to commentate on the Eurovision Song Contest!
The Great British Bake Off won best features and co-host Mel Giedroyc said: "Who knew there could be so much drama in a scone? Amazing."
Famous TV faces sat side by side at the ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Here's science presenter Professor Brian Cox with Doctor Who actress Jenna-Louise Coleman. Doctor Who's 50th anniversary was celebrated during the ceremony with a montage of clips from the show and a sketch from Coleman and her co-star Matt Smith.
The award for best soap opera went to BBC One's EastEnders.
Doctor Who's arch enemy, the Daleks, were patrolling the red carpet. Ant and Dec bumped into one as you can see here! The 'Britain's Got Talent' presenters missed out on a Bafta in the Entertainment Performance category this year.