ITV crime-drama Broadchurch won three television BAFTAs on Sunday, for best drama, best actress for Olivia Colman and best supporting actor for David Bradley. Colman, who won two Baftas in 2013, cried on-stage and was unable to fully deliver her speech. However, she did manage to thank co-star David Tennant for being "a joy and a treat."

Olivia ColmanOlivia Colman Won Best Actess at the BAFTAs

Elsewhere, Channel 4 comedy The IT Crowd took two awards for actors Richard Ayoade and Katherine Parkinson. 

Sean Harris, who won best actor for Channel 4's Southcliffe, was visibly nervous and told himself "try not to mumble" before thanking a slew of friends and family. 

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Sarah Lancashire was a popular winner of best supporting actress for Last Tango in Paris, while actress Julie Walters was given BAFTAs highest honour, a Fellowship, for her contribution to film and television. 

Coronation Street won its 10th BAFTA in the Soap & Continuing drama category with, Julie Hesmondhalgh, Samia Ghadie, David Neilson, Kate Ford and Jane Danson collecting the award.

Martin Freeman Amanda AbbingtonMartin Freeman [L] and Amanda Abbington [R] at the BAFTAs

Best International Programme was presented by 'Entourage' star Jeremy Piven and went to Breaking Bad, with Jesse Pinkman himself Aaron Paul collecting the award.

"This is such an incredible honour," Aaron said. "I'd like to congratulate the fellow nominees, I feel so blessed to be in your company."

He also thanked creator Vince Gilligan and the Breaking Bad 'family'.

Cilla Black won a Special Award for her services to television and entertainment over the past five decades. She received a lengthy standing ovation. 

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Millie MackintoshMillie Mackintosh at the BAFTAs

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Susanna Reid at the BAFTAs

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Elizabeth McGovern at the BAFTAs