The Pioneer British Academy Television Awards at the London Palladium - Departures

Victoria Wood - Victoria Wood, Sunday 20th May 2007 at British Academy Television Awards London, England (12 Pictures)


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Alan Yentob 2

Alan Yentob
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Andy Serkis 3

Andy Serkis
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Philip Glenister 4

Philip Glenister
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Tania Bryer 5

Tania Bryer
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The British Academy Television Awards Aftershow Party held at The Natural History Museum - Arrivals

Nick Hewer 6

Nick Hewer
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Jon Culshaw 7

Jon Culshaw
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Guests 8

Guests
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Debbie Greenwood 9

Debbie Greenwood
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David Threlfall 10

David Threlfall
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Stephen Merchant 11

Stephen Merchant
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Andrea Mclean 12

Andrea Mclean
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