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Tennant, Ant & Dec win big at NTAs

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Tennant, Ant & Dec win big at NTAs

Rex Features

David Tennant and Ant & Dec were among the winners at this year's National Television Awards at London's O2 arena.

Tennant marked his exit as The Doctor by scooping 'Outstanding Drama Performance' for his role in Doctor Who's latest series. The BBC One show also bagged the 'Most Popular Drama' prize for the fifth time.

Ant & Dec won 'Most Popular Entertainment Programme' for Saturday Night Takeaway, before sharing the title of 'Most Popular Entertainment Presenter' for the ninth consecutive year.

Meanwhile, Gavin & Stacey was voted the 'Most Popular Comedy Programme' and The X Factor picked up 'Most Popular Talent Show'. EastEnders actress Lacey Turner, who plays Stacey Branning, took home the award for 'Outstanding Serial Drama Performance'.

Coronation Street's Craig Gazey was named as 'Best Newcomer'. The actor, Graeme Proctor in the Weatherfield soap, dedicated his award to the late Maggie Jones, who portrayed Blanche Hunt in the ITV serial, which also won 'Most Popular Serial Drama'.

Stephen Fry grabbed the 'Special Recognition' prize, as well as 'Most Popular Documentary' for Stephen Fry: In America.

> Click here for the full list of winners

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