16th National Television Awards

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16th National Television Awards
Date 26 January 2011 (2011-01-26)
Location The O2 Arena, London
Country United Kingdom
Presented by Various
Host Dermot O'Leary
Silas Vonn
Official website http://www.nationaltvawards.com/
Television/Radio coverage
Network ITV (Main show)
ITV2 (Awards party)
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The 16th National Television Awards ceremony was held at The O2 Arena in London on 26 January 2011 and was hosted by Dermot O'Leary.[1] The awards are voted by the public and the winners are revealed live on ITV. Ant & Dec won the award for Most Popular Entertainment Presenter for the tenth year in a row,[1] while Bruce Forsyth won the Special Recognition Award.[1] Luis Urzúa, one of the miners who was saved from the 2010 Copiapó mining accident presented the award for Most Popular Drama.[1] The award went to Waterloo Road, which meant Doctor Who failed to win the award for the first time since 2005.[1] The 2010 X Factor winner Matt Cardle performed his number one single "When We Collide".[2] Louie Spence of Pineapple Dance Studios performed a dance routine before presenting the award for Outstanding Serial Drama Performance.[1]

Opening[edit]

A scene specially written by Steven Moffat and featuring host Dermot O'Leary and Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor was shown before the title sequence.[3] O'Leary wakes up and realises he has missed the awards show and then The Doctor appears with the TARDIS to offer help. They travel through time and space and meet various people from the TV industry including Ant and Dec, EastEnders character Dot Branning. June Brown who plays Branning appeared as Eleanor in the 1973 Doctor Who story "The Time Warrior".[4] Doctor Who last crossed over in Albert Square during the 1993 Children in Need Doctor Who charity special "Dimensions in Time". Stacey Solomon and Shaun Ryder, who had appeared together on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, performed an arrangement of Nina Simone's version of "Feeling Good". Eventually, the Doctor claims that the next destination is "a vast and terrible arena full of insane shrieking banshees thirsting for blood and conquest" which Dermot identifies as the National Television Awards.

Awards[edit]

Category
Presenters
Winner[5][6] Also nominated[6]
Outstanding Serial Drama Performance
Presented by Louie Spence
Lacey Turner (Stacey Slater, EastEnders) Katherine Kelly (Becky McDonald, Coronation Street)
Steve McFadden (Phil Mitchell, EastEnders)
Danny Miller (Aaron Livesy, Emmerdale)
Outstanding Drama Performance
Presented by Jim Carter
David Jason (A Touch Of Frost) Matt Smith (Doctor Who)
Philip Glenister (Ashes To Ashes)
Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock)
Topical Magazine Programme
Presented by Alastair Cook
This Morning (ITV) BBC Breakfast (BBC)
Loose Women (ITV)
Most Popular Drama
Presented by Luis Urzúa
Waterloo Road (BBC) Doctor Who (BBC)
Shameless (Channel 4)
Sherlock (BBC)
Most Popular Serial Drama
Presented by Stacey Solomon
EastEnders (BBC) Coronation Street (ITV)
Emmerdale (ITV)
Hollyoaks (Channel 4)
Most Popular Entertainment Programme
Presented by Holly Willoughby and Alesha Dixon
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (ITV) Big Brother (Channel 4)
Mock The Week (BBC)
QI (BBC)
Digital Choice
Presented by Rufus Sewell
The Inbetweeners (E4) Glee (E4)
Peter Andre: The Next Chapter (ITV)
Most Popular Entertainment Presenter
Presented by Jonathan Ross
Ant & Dec Davina McCall
Dermot O'Leary
Paul O'Grady
Most Popular Talent Show
Presented by two audience members
The X Factor (ITV) Dancing On Ice (ITV)
Britain's Got Talent (ITV)
Strictly Come Dancing (BBC)
Most Popular Comedy Programme
Presented by Ruth Jones
Benidorm (ITV) Harry Hill's TV Burp (ITV)
Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow (BBC)
Outnumbered (BBC)
Most Popular Factual Programme
Presented by Ann Widdecombe
Top Gear (BBC) Celebrity MasterChef (BBC)
Junior Apprentice (BBC)
Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC)
Most Popular Newcomer
Presented by Matt Di Angelo
Ricky Norwood (Fatboy, EastEnders) Paula Lane (Kylie Platt, Coronation Street)
Marc Silcock (Jackson Walsh, Emmerdale)
Olga Fedori (Frieda Petrenko, Holby City)
Special Recognition Award
Presented by Stephen Fry
Bruce Forsyth

Longlist[edit]

This is the list of full nominees for the 2011 National Television Awards. Voting was open to the public from September 2010 until January 2011.

Category[7] Nominees[7]
Best Serial Drama Performance Bill Tarmey (Coronation Street)
Simon Gregson (Coronation Street)
Chris Gascoyne (Coronation Street)
Katherine Kelly (Coronation Street)
Jane Danson (Coronation Street)
Alison King (Coronation Street)
Lindsey Coulson (EastEnders)
Marc Elliott (EastEnders)
Don Gilet (EastEnders)
Steve McFadden (EastEnders)
Diane Parish (EastEnders)
Lacey Turner (EastEnders)
Danny Miller (Emmerdale)
Dominic Brunt (Emmerdale)
Jeff Hordley (Emmerdale)
Amanda Donohoe (Emmerdale)
Charlotte Bellamy (Emmerdale)
Natalie J Robb (Emmerdale)
Jorgie Porter (Hollyoaks)
Claire Cooper (Hollyoaks)
Bronagh Waugh (Hollyoaks)
Andrew Moss (Hollyoaks)
Anthony Quinlan (Hollyoaks)
Kieron Richardson (Hollyoaks)
Stefan Dennis (Neighbours)
Best Drama Performance David Jason (A Touch Of Frost)
Kelly Reilly (Above Suspicion - The Red Dahlia)
Ciarán Hinds (Above Suspicion - The Red Dahlia)
Philip Glenister (Ashes To Ashes)
Keeley Hawes (Ashes To Ashes)
Georgia Taylor (Casualty)
Michael French (Casualty)
Douglas Henshall (Collision)
Martin Clunes (Doc Martin)
Matt Smith (Doctor Who)
Karen Gillan (Doctor Who)
Suranne Jones (Five Days)
David Morrissey (Five Days)
Michael Kitchen (Foyle's War)
Joe McFadden (Heartbeat)
Hayden Panettiere (Heroes)
Luke Roberts (Holby City)
Rosie Marcel (Holby City)
Adrian Lester (Hustle)
Robert Glenister (Hustle)
Julia Sawalha (Lark Rise To Candleford)
Bradley Walsh (Law & Order: UK)
Ben Daniels (Law & Order: UK)
Kevin Whately (Lewis)
Laurence Fox (Lewis)
Idris Elba (Luther)
Shaun Dooley (Married Single Other)
Colin Morgan (Merlin)
Bradley James(Merlin)
John Nettles (Midsomer Murders)
Robbie Coltraine (Murderland)
Alun Armstrong(New Tricks)
James Bolam (New Tricks)
Amanda Redman (New Tricks)
Dennis Waterman (New Tricks)
David Threlfall (Shameless)
Rebecca Atkinson (Shameless)
Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock)
Martin Freeman (Sherlock)
Emilia Fox (Silent Witness)
Richard Armitage (Spooks)
Peter Firth (Spooks)
Simon Baker (The Mentalist)
Trevor Eve (Waking The Dead)
Sue Johnston (Waking The Dead)
Kenneth Branagh (Wallander)
Amanda Burton (Waterloo Road)
William Ash (Waterloo Road)
Stephen Tompkinson (Wild At Heart)
Dawn Steele (Wild At Heart)
Best Topical Magazine Programme BBC Breakfast (BBC)
Daybreak (ITV)
GMTV (ITV)
Loose Women (ITV)
The Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV)
The One Show (BBC)
The Wright Stuff (Channel Five)
This Morning (ITV)
Best Drama A Touch Of Frost (ITV)
Above Suspicion - The Red Dahlia (ITV)
Ashes To Ashes (BBC)
Casualty (BBC)
Collision (ITV)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Channel Five)
Doc Martin (ITV)
Doctor Who (BBC)
Five Days (BBC)
Foyle's War ITV)
Heartbeat (ITV)
Heroes (BBC)
Holby City (BBC)
Hustle (BBC)
Identity (ITV)
Lark Rise to Candleford (BBC)
Law & Order: UK (ITV)
Lewis (ITV)
Luther (BBC)
Married Single Other (ITV)
Merlin (BBC)
Midsomer Murders (ITV)
Murderland (ITV)
New Tricks (BBC)
Shameless (Channel 4)
Sherlock (BBC)
Silent Witness (BBC)
Spooks (BBC)
The Mentalist (Channel Five)
Waking The Dead (BBC)
Wallander (BBC)
Waterloo Road (BBC)
Wild At Heart (ITV)
Best Serial Drama Coronation Street (ITV)
EastEnders (BBC)
Emmerdale (ITV)
Hollyoaks (Channel 4)
Home and Away (Channel Five)
Neighbours (Channel Five)
Best Entertainment Programme 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow (BBC)
71 Degrees North (ITV)
A Question of Sport (BBC)
All Star Family Fortunes (ITV)
All Star Mr And Mrs (ITV)
Animals Do The Funniest Things (ITV)
Ant & Dec's Push the Button (ITV)
Big Brother (Channel 4)
Celebrity Mastermind (BBC)
Derren Brown: The Events (Channel 4)
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (BBC)
Have I Got News for You (BBC)
Hole in the Wall (BBC)
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (ITV)
James Corden's World Cup Live (ITV)
Justin Lee Collins: Good Times (Channel Five)
Mock the Week (BBC)
Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC)
New You've Been Framed! (ITV)
Odd One In (ITV)
Outtake TV (BBC)
Paul O'Grady Live (ITV)
Piers Morgan's Life Stories (ITV)
QI (BBC)
Take Me Out (ITV)
The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (Channel 4)
The Door (ITV)
The National Lottery: In It to Win It (BBC)
The Whole 19 Yards (ITV)
Tonight's the Night (BBC)
Total Wipeout Celebrity Special (BBC)
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (ITV)
Best Digital Choice 24 (Sky1)
American Idol (ITV2)
Being Human (BBC Three)
Bones (Sky1)
Britain's Got More Talent (ITV2)
Chris Ryan's Strike Back (Sky1)
Desperate Housewives (E4)
Don't Tell the Bride (BBC Three)
Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man (BBC Three)
Family Guy (BBC Three)
Glee (E4)
Got To Dance (Sky1)
House (Sky1)
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! NOW! (ITV2)
Lost (Sky1)
Mr Bean: The Animated Series (ITV2)
Peter Andre: The Next Chapter (ITV2)
Russell Howard's Good News (BBC Three)
Skins (E4)
Stargate Universe (Sky1)
The Inbetweeners (E4)
The Vampire Diaries (ITV2)
The Xtra Factor (ITV2)
What Katie Did Next (ITV2)
Best Entertainment Presenter Ant & Dec
Bruce Forsyth
Caroline Flack
Cat Deeley
Chris Tarrant
Claudia Winkleman
Davina McCall
Dermot O'Leary
Fern Britton
Graham Norton
Harry Hill
Holly Willoughby
Jimmy Carr
Jonathan Ross
Justin Lee Collins
Paul O'Grady
Phillip Schofield
Piers Morgan
Stephen Mulhern
Steve Jones
Tess Daly
Vernon Kay
Best Talent Show Britain's Got Talent (ITV)
Dancing On Ice (ITV)
Don't Stop Believing (Channel Five)
Let's Dance For Sport Relief (BBC)
Over the Rainbow (BBC)
So You Think You Can Dance? (BBC)
Strictly Come Dancing (BBC)
The X Factor (ITV)
Best Comedy Programme Benidorm (ITV)
Harry Hill's TV Burp (ITV)
John Bishop's Britain (BBC)
Last Of The Summer Wine (BBC)
Life Of Riley (BBC)
Live At The Apollo (BBC)
Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow (BBC)
Miranda (BBC)
My Family (BBC)
Outnumbered (BBC)
Peep Show (Channel 4)
Rev. (BBC)
The Armstrong and Miller Show (BBC)
The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson (BBC)
The IT Crowd (Channel 4)
Best Factual Programme Antiques Roadshow (BBC)
Celebrity Masterchef (BBC)
Countryfile (BBC)
DIY SOS (BBC)
James May's Toy Stories (BBC)
Jimmy's Food Factory (BBC)
Joanna Lumley's Nile (ITV)
Junior Apprentice (BBC)
Lion Country (ITV)
Nigel Slater's Simple Suppers (BBC)
One Born Every Minute (Channel 4)
Piers Morgan On Marbella (ITV)
Richard Hammond's Invisible Worlds (BBC)
Secret Britain (BBC)
Seven Ages of Britain (BBC)
The Gadget Show (Channel 5)
The Lakes (ITV)
Top Gear (BBC)
Watchdog (BBC)
Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC)
Best Newcomer Steven Miller (Casualty)
Paula Lane (Coronation Street)
Ricky Norwood (EastEnders)
Marc Silcock (Emmerdale)
Olga Fedori (Holby City)
Emmett J. Scanlan (Hollyoaks)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Ant and Dec scoop 10th National TV Award". BBC News. 26 January 2011. Archived from the original on 27 January 2011. Retrieved 27 January 2011. 
  2. ^ Fletcher, Alex (27 January 2011). "Cardle: 'NTAs brought back X Factor nerves'". Digital Spy. Retrieved 28 January 2011. 
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  4. ^ "The Time Warrior - Cast". Doctor Who. BBC Online. Retrieved 28 January 2011. 
  5. ^ "Past Winners". National Television Awards. Retrieved 27 January 2011. 
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