4th National Television Awards

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4th National Television Awards
Date 27 October 1998 (1998-10-27)
Location Royal Albert Hall, London
Country United Kingdom
Presented by Various
Hosted by Trevor McDonald
Official website http://www.nationaltvawards.com/
Television/Radio coverage
Network ITV

The 4th National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 27 October 1998 and was hosted by Trevor McDonald.

Awards[edit]

Category Winner[1][2] Also nominated[3]
Most Popular Actor John Thaw (Kavanagh QC) Stephen Tompkinson (Ballykissangel)
Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek)
Robson Green
Ross Kemp
Most Popular Actress Amanda Burton (Silent Witness) Dervla Kirwan (Ballykissangel)
Pauline Quirke (Birds of a Feather)
Pam Ferris (Where the Heart Is)
Sarah Lancashire (Where the Heart Is)
Most Popular Drama Series Jonathan Creek (BBC) Ballykissangel (BBC)
Where the Heart Is (ITV)
Kavanagh QC (ITV)
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street (ITV) Brookside (Channel 4)
EastEnders (BBC)
Emmerdale (ITV)
Most Popular Entertainment Programme Stars in Their Eyes (ITV) It'll be Alright on the Night (ITV)
Jim Davidson's Generation Game (BBC)
Shooting Stars (BBC)
Most Popular Talk Show Parkinson (BBC) Des O'Connor Tonight (ITV)
TFI Friday (Channel 4)
The Mrs Merton Show (BBC)
Most Popular Entertainment Presenter Michael Barrymore Bruce Forsyth
Jim Davidson
Lily Savage
Most Popular Daytime Programme This Morning (ITV) The Big Breakfast (Channel 4)
Countdown (Channel 4)
GMTV
Most Popular Factual Entertainment Programme Changing Rooms (BBC) Animal Hospital (BBC)
Celebrity Ready, Steady, Cook (BBC)
Strange But True? (ITV)
Most Popular Documentary Full Circle with Michael Palin (BBC) Children's Hospital
The Human Body (BBC)
Most Popular Quiz Programme Have I Got News for You (BBC) A Question of Sport (BBC)
Michael Barrymore's Strike It Rich (ITV)
They Think It's All Over (BBC)
Most Popular Comedy Programme The Vicar of Dibley (BBC) Friends (Channel 4)
Last of the Summer Wine (BBC)
Men Behaving Badly (BBC)
Most Popular Comedy Performer Nicholas Lyndhurst (Goodnight Sweetheart) Dawn French (The Vicar of Dibley)
Caroline Quentin (Kiss Me Kate)
Judi Dench
Martin Clunes
Most Popular Newcomer Anna Brecon (Emmerdale) Claire Goose (Casualty)
Jane Danson (Coronation Street)
Adam Rickitt (Coronation Street)
Jason Durr (Heartbeat)
Most Popular Advert Diet Coke ("11.30 Appointment") Andrex ("Puppy Patrol")
Tesco ("Dotty and Jane")
W H Smith (Nicholas Lyndhurst)
Special Recognition Award John Thaw

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Past Winners". National Television Awards. Archived from the original on 14 November 2010. Retrieved 31 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "Barrymore makes it four in TV awards". BBC News. 28 October 1998. Retrieved 12 November 2010. 
  3. ^ "Viewers' favourites to be revealed". BBC News. 27 October 1998. Retrieved 12 November 2010.