National Television Awards

The National Television Awards 2010 Winners are:Entertainment Presenters– Ant and Dec Comedy Programme – Gavin and Stacey Outstanding Serial Drama Performance – Lacey Turner in EastEnders Most Popular Star Travel Documentary – Stephen Fry in America Most Popular Newcomer – Craig Gazey in Coronation Street Most Popular Entertainment Programme – Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway Most Popular Drama– Dr Who Most Popular Factual Programme – Loose Women Most Popular Talent Show – X Factor Outstanding Drama Performance – David Tennant in Dr Who With more nail-biting dramas, exciting soap plots, addictive reality shows and hilarious comedies, it’s been another fantastic year in world of TV– and the National Television Awards is set to celebrate all the small screen highlights we’ve been talking about over the past 12 months. The ceremony, which this year will be hosted by Dermot O’Leary and broadcast live from London’s O2 arena – will see all your favourite TV shows and characters battling it out for the gongs which have been chosen by viewers. Over the summer, TV addicts have been voting for who should make the National Television Awards shortlist, and you can decide which programmes and stars should win on the big night. Among those up for awards are EastEnders’Lacey Turner (Stacey), Coronation Street’s Katherine Kelly (Becky) and David Tennant for his role as Doctor Who. Ant and Dec are hoping to make it an incredible ninth consecutive win in the Most Popular Entertainment Presenter category while Benidorm, Gavin& Stacey, The Inbetweeners and Harry Hill’s TV Burp are all up for Most Popular Comedy. Meanwhile, it’s boys v girls for Most Popular Factual Programme, with the Loose Women battling the lads from Top Gear, and Simon Cowell has two shows in Most Popular Talent Show, with The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent both shortlisted. Will one of them win? Or will Brucie wipe the smile off Simon’s face this time with a win for Strictly? It’s all up to you… For a full list of all the nominations, go to You can vote for your TV favourites by phone on 0901 888 2009. Calls cost 25p per minute from BT landlines plus a 9p connection charge. Calls should last no longer than 6 minutes. Calls from other networks may vary and from mobiles will be considerably more. You need to call from a touchtone phone to register your votes. OR You can vote free online atwww.nationaltvawards.comVoting closes at midday on January 20. Votes received after this time will not be counted but may still be charged if voting by phone. Please ensure you have the bill payer’s permission before calling. Multiple vote restrictions apply. See Terms and Conditions