Let's cut to the chase. There are several winners I didn't agree with (essentially anything Steve Coogan failed to win), and a few that were very agreeable indeed. Namely Charlie Brooker winning Best Comedy Entertainment Personality - which must have been a kick in the teeth for Graham Norton - Morgana Robinson bagging Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist, and Peter Capaldi and Rebecca Front winning Best TV Comedy Actor / Actress respectively for their roles in The Thick Of It. Although I did feel a bit sorry for Olivia Coleman given she was nominated twice in her category.

Seriously, Hunderby winning New Comedy Programme over Moone Boy and Alan Partridge - Welcome to the Places of My Life ("flying aids") is wrong. As it turns out, Julia Davis appears to be devoid of personality (if you need further proof, check out her recent interview on Alan Carr: Chatty Man) and therefore couldn't even make an acceptance speech. Thankfully, Coogan roared an "AAAH HAAAWW", which broke the tension somewhat. Then Hunderby went and won Best Sitcom over The Thick of It and Rev… What is wrong with the judges? Hunderby has been done a million times before. It just had high production values; the narrative was pants. The dialogue was pants. The first series of Nighty Night was fantastic, but that was Davis's finest hour. End of.

Best Sketch Show should've gone to Very Important People, not Cardinal Burns. Best Male TV Comic should've gone to any of the other nominees apart from Lee Mack (his sitcom is lacking in several departments). And Jack Whitehall winning the King or Queen of Comedy over the likes of Alan Carr, Graham Norton and David Mitchell was indeed laughable. Then again, at least he had the grace to say "This is a bit like when TOWIE won a BAFTA." Damn public vote.

Best new comedy programme
Hunderby - Winner
Alan Partridge - Welcome to the Places of My Life
Cardinal Burns
Moone Boy

Best comedy entertainment programme

TV Burp - Winner
Alan Carr Chatty Man
Celebrity Juice
The Graham Norton Show

Best sketch show
Cardinal Burns - Winner
Horrible Histories
Very Important People

Best sitcom
Hunderby - Winner
The Thick of It
Twenty Twelve

Best comedy entertainment personality
Charlie Brooker (for Charlie Brooker's TV Wipe) - Winner
Graham Norton (for The Graham Norton Show)
Harry Hill (for TV Burp)
Stephen Fry (for QI)

Best TV comedy actor
Peter Capaldi (for The Thick of It) - Winner
Hugh Bonneville (for Twenty Twelve)
Steve Coogan (for Alan Partridge - Welcome to the Places of My Life)
Tom Hollander (for Rev)

Best TV comedy actress
Rebecca Front (for The Thick of It) - Winner
Jessica Hynes (for Twenty Twelve)
Olivia Colman (for Rev)
Olivia Colman (for Twenty Twelve)

Best comedy breakthrough artist
Morgana Robinson (for Very Important People) - Winner
David Rawle (for Moone Boy)
Nina Conti (for Make Me Happy: A Monkey's Search For Enlightenment)
Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns (for Cardinal Burns)

Best male TV Comic
Lee Mack (for Would I Lie To You) - Winner
David Mitchell (for Would I Lie To You)
Harry Hill (for Harry Hill's TV Burp)
Sean Lock (for 8 Out Of 10 Cats)

Best female TV comic
Jo Brand (for Have I Got News for You) - Winner
Nina Conti (for Make Me Happy: A Monkey's Search For Enlightenment)
Sarah Millican (for The Sarah Millican Television Programme)
Sue Perkins (for Have I Got News For You)

King or queen of comedy (Public Vote)

Jack Whitehall - Winner
Alan Carr
Graham Norton
Lee Mack
David Mitchell
Sarah Millican

Writers Guild award - Reeves and Mortimer

Outstanding achievement award - Sacha Baron Cohen