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'X Factor', Harry Hill pick up Baftas

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'X Factor', Harry Hill pick up Baftas
The X Factor has been named Best Entertainment Programme at this year's Bafta Television Awards.

Simon Cowell's reality TV contest beat competition from The Sunday Night Project, QI and last year's winner, Harry Hill's TV Burp, to take the title.

Stephen Dillane was named Best Actor for his part in The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall, while Poppy Shakespeare's Anna Maxwell Martin took Best Actress ahead of EastEnders star June Brown.

Harry Hill retained his title as Best Entertainment Performer, seeing off Jonathan Ross, Stephen Fry and Ant & Dec. Peep Show's David Mitchell was named Best Comedy Performer.

Wallander took the award for Best Drama Series, beating Doctor Who, Shameless and Spooks, and The Bill claimed the award for Best Continuing Drama.

E4's teen drama Skins won the Audience Award - the only category voted on by the public - beating fellow nominees The Apprentice, Coronation Street, Outnumbered, Wallander and The X Factor.

> Click here to see a full list of this year's winners

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