The winners of the British Academy Television Awards 2013 - aka the BAFTAs - have been announced.
The acting awards for comedy went to Steve Coogan for his portrayal of Alan Partridge in Welcome To The Places Of My Life, and Olivia Colman was selected by the BAFTA judges for her role as Sally Owen in Twenty Twelve. The latter also notably won in the Supporting Actress category for the drama Accused (Mo's Story).
Below are the comedy-related categories in full, with the winners marked in bold.
The Revolution Will Be Televised - Winner
Twenty Twelve - Winner
The Graham Norton Show - Winner
Dynamo Magician Impossible
Ant & Dec (for I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!)
Female Performance in a Comedy Programme
Male Performance in a Comedy Programme
Additionally, hit new BBC comedy drama Last Tango In Halifax won in the Drama category.
Michael Palin picked up the Academy's highest honour, the BAFTA Fellowship award, in recognition of his achievements in television, across both comedy and factual genres.
Here is a video of Palin picking up his award:
The winners were announced at a ceremony held at the Royal Festival Hall on London's South Bank, with Graham Norton as the host.
For a full list of winners in all categories see bafta.org