Video: Who won what at the TV Choice Awards

TELEVISION FAVOURITES Ant and Dec continued their winning streak last night as they collected a trio of awards for their shows at the TV Choice Awards.

The cast of Call the Midwife, Charlotte Ritchie, Jenny Agutter, Victoria Yeates, Helen George, Ben Caplan, Jack Ashton, Laura Main and Stephen McGann attending the 2015 TV Choice Awards
The cast of Call the Midwife, Charlotte Ritchie, Jenny Agutter, Victoria Yeates, Helen George, Ben Caplan, Jack Ashton, Laura Main and Stephen McGann attending the 2015 TV Choice Awards

The duo – Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly – scooped prizes for best entertainment show for Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, as well as best reality show for I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and best talent show for Britain’s Got Talent, which they both front.

Top Gear had been shortlisted for best entertainment show.

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Broadchurch was the other big winner of this year’s ceremony, which was hosted by Lenny Henry at the London Hilton hotel on Park Lane.

The ITV crime drama was voted best drama series, while star David Tennant won best actor for the second year.

Sheridan Smith was 
presented with the best actress prize for her portrayal of the late singer and entertainer Cilla Black.

BBC’s period dramas proved a hit with audiences with Poldark, starring Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson, chosen best new drama and Call The Midwife winning best family drama.

BBC1 soap EastEnders won best soap, with actor Davood Ghadami (Kush Kazemi) voted best soap newcomer.

Cilla Black played by Sheridan Smith.

Other soap winners include Coronation Street star Alison 
King winning the prize for best soap actress for her performance as Carla Connor, and Emmerdale’s Danny Miller, who plays Aaron Livesy, voted best soap actor.

Best daytime programme went to The Jeremy Kyle Show. Channel 4’s programme Gogglebox was voted best factual entertainment show, Saturday Kitchen won best food show, while Benidorm won best comedy. US comedy The Big Bang Theory was chosen best international show.