Well funnier than the Comedy Awards, the telly BAFTA's have just taken place, you can find the winners (largely BBC in nature) below. There were quite a few strange moments, like a surreal cutaway to Matt Lucas during the BAFTA Special presentation and the sporadic presence of Justin Lee Collins' voice. If you wish to put the winners in context, here are all the nominees, you can do so here. As for the all important red carpet photos, you can view them here.

Best Drama: Sherlock
Entertainment Performance: Graham Norton (Rob Brydon looked well miffed)
Specialist Factual Documentary: David Attenborough - Flying Monsters in 3D
Supporting Actress: Lauren Socha - Misfits
Continuing Drama: EastEnders (Corrie, you were robbed, again)
Supporting Actor: Martin Freeman - Sherlock. A deserved win. Although our thoughts are with Robert Sheehan and his barely contained genitals.
Current Affairs: Zimbabwe's Forgotten Children.
Situation Comedy: Rev. I'd like to say Mrs Brown's Boys was robbed, but I'd be fibbing.
Single Drama: The Road to Coronation Street
Factual Series: Welcome to Lagos
BAFTA Special: Peter Bennett Jones.
Male Performance in a Comedy Programme: Steve Coogan - The Trip
Drama Serial: Any Human Heart
Female Performance in a Comedy Programme: Jo Brand - Getting On. She co-wrote it, and it was brilliant, but the joke she insisted on closing her acceptance speech with blew.
Entertainment Programme: The Cube (an ITV show summat, and it wasn't the X Factor... amazing)
Sport: Formula One - The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
YouTube Audience Award:The Only Way is Essex. And Amy Childs fell out of her dress, squealing like - well - a tit. And to think, Sherlock could've won. Martin Freeman's 'Tim' look to camera said it all. Yet another celebration of stupidity - and how teenagers utilise YouTube exclusively for masturbation.
Leading Actor: Daniel Rigby - Eric and Ernie
Leading Actress: Vicky McClure - This Is England '86
The Fellowship: Sir Trevor McDonald
Comedy Programme: Harry and Paul
New Media: Wallace and Gromit's World of Adventure
Single Documentary: Between Life and Death
International: The Killing
News Coverage: ITV News at Ten
Features: Hugh's Fish Fight