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Matthew Wright's column: The 2000 BAFTA television awards - THE WINNERS.

Best Actress: Dame Thora Hird

Best Actor: Michael Gambon

Best Entertainment Per-formance: Graham Norton (So Graham Norton, C4)

Best Comedy Performance: Caroline Aherne (The Royle Family, BBC1)

The Richard Dimbleby Award for Best Presenter (Factual, Features and News): Jeremy Paxman, (Newsnight, BBC2)

Best Single Drama: The Murder of Stephen Lawrence (ITV)

Best Drama Series: The Cops (BBC2)

Best Drama Serial: Warriors (BBC1)

Best Soap: EastEnders (Producer Matthew Robinson, BBC1)

Best Factual Series: The Mayfair Set (BBC2)

Flaherty Documentary Award: Divorce Iranian Style (C4)

Best TV Feature: Blood On The Carpet (BBC2)

Best Sport: Test Cricket (C4)

The Huw Wheldon Award for The Best Arts Programme or Series: This Is Modern Art (C4)

News and Current Affairs Journalism Award: Coverage of the Kosovo Conflict (John Simpson and the BBC News Team)

Best Innovation Award: Walking With Dinosaurs (BBC)

Best Entertainment Pro-gramme or Series: Robbie The Reindeer: Hooves of Fire (BBC1)

Situation Comedy Award: The Royle Family (BBC1)

Best Comedy (Programme or Series): The League Of Gentlemen (BBC2)

Lew Grade Audience Award as voted by readers of Radio Times: A Touch Of Frost (ITV)

Alan Clarke Award for outstanding personal creative contribution to television: Peter Kosminsky

The Dennis Potter Award: Tony Marchant

BAFTA Fellowship: Peter Bazalgette

Special Award: Honor Blackman, Joanna Lumley, Diana Rigg and Linda Thorson
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Author:Wright, Matthew
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 15, 2000
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