Live blog: Channel of the Year Awards 2010
6.18pm: .. and here he is. Begins by slating The Guardian for branding his stage show "immature".
6.19pm: Jack suggests that in the wake of Nick Griffin on Question Time helping it to record ratings, any broadcasters with dwindling ratings should "play the Nick Griffin card". "Why are you voting for Narinder, Nick?"
6.20pm: Kevin Lygo out at C4. "Kevin actually grew up in the same rural Kent village as my mother Hilary. I used to go around Channel 4 calling him 'dad'."
6.21pm: Jack gives out his mother's number to new C4 head David Abraham.
6.22pm: Highlights of TV from the last year - X Factor, Mo, Million Pound Drop, Pineapple Dance Studio, I'm A Celebrity, The Thick Of It.
6.24pm: Voting in four of the five categories will happen live tonight. First award is for best non-terrestrial programme: Pineapple Dance Studio (Sky1), Glee (E4), The Inbetweeners (E4), Newswipe (BBC Four), 30 Rock (Comedy Central).
6.27pm: Winner is The Inbetweeners! Julian Bellamy collects. "Special credit to the team and Shane Allen. Thankyou."
6.28pm: Best terrestrial programme now. Doctor Who (BBC One), Outnumbered (BBC One), The X Factor (ITV1), Harry Hill's TV Burp (ITV1), FlashForward (Five).
6.30pm: And the winner is… Outnumbered! Jay Hunt collects.
6.31pm: Next up is the award from The Network and FastTrack, the bunch of young people who come along every year to get a taste of the Festival. Their nominees: Misfits, One Born Every Minute and Pineapple Dance Studios.
6.32pm: The winner is E4's Misfits! The cast have recorded a message.
6.33pm: Next award. Best non-terrestrial channel of the year. Nominees: Sky1, BBC Four, BBC Three, E4, Five USA, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, Sky News. No ITV2?!
6.36pm: The winner is... BBC Three! Danny Cohen collects. "That's really nice. Thankyou to Jana Bennett, a fantastic channel team, commissioning team and then two last groups the most - the audience and brilliant, brilliant producers."
6.40pm: Finally, the award for best terrestrial channel of the year. You can guess the nominees.
6.41pm: And the winner is... Channel 4! Julian Bellamy back on stage. "I shouldn't really be up here, hundreds of people should."
6.44pm: With that, the awards are over. I'm off for some cheese.