The Bafta TV Awards brought out the stars in sunny London last night to celebrate the biggest television talent in London and across the pond. Take a look at all the pictures.
The Bafta TV Awards 2014 descended on London last night attracting big Brit names like Sheridan Smith and Helena Bonham Carter, as well as international stars like Naomi Campbell and actual Mr Grey, Jamie Dornan.
See who shone on the red carpet, and who walked away from those Bafta nominations victorious.
Naomi Campbell attended London's big awards affair at the Royal Opera House, walking the red carpet in a Roberto Cavalli gown.
Jamie Dornan got all of our pulses racing as he made a rare red carpet appearance in between filming the hotly anticipated 50 Shades of Grey.
Sheridan Smith showcased her newly-dyed 'do alongside a classic white mini dress allowing her character to shine through on the red carpet.
Tv favourite Mary Berry shared an embrace with BAFTA TV host Graham Norton as the pair coordinated in black and white.
The ultimate red carpet selfie: Aaron Paul leans in for a group shot with fans.
Cheeky twosome Ant & Dec added to their sizeable awards collection with another couple of BAFTAs at the 2014 event.
Olivia Colman made a moving speech at the BAFTA TV awards as she collected her third Best Actress award for Broadchurch.
Downton's Elizabeth McGovern sampled this season's all-white trend in a sophisticated collar dress.
Former Inbetweeners star, and Dancing On Ice queen Emily Atack looked suitably cool in a black jumpsuit with a tailored blazer with a slick red lip to finish.
Helena Bonham Carter donned her most glamorous shades for the London sun last night as she stopped to sign autographs for the waiting crowds.
Gizzi Erskine showed off some impressive batwing sleeves in London last night as she glided down the red carpet in all-black.
New duo Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman made their first red carpet appearance together as they get set to host the new series of Strictly Come Dancing as female co-hosts.
Helena Bonham Carter embraced the London sunshine last night as she chose a glam bespectacled look for the red carpet.
Naomi Campbell showed off her softer side as she stopped along the read carpet to talk with and sign for fans.
Cilla Black proved she's still quite the entertainer after 50 years in the business as laughed and joked on the BAFTA stage to receive a special recognition award.
Hugh Dancy presented the award for Best Drama series, naming Broadchurch the big winner on the night.
Millie Mackintosh was almost unrecognisable with a slicked-back hair 'do and a deep purple lip. She was accompanied by her hubby Pro Green who wore a navy blue suit.
David Attenborough received recognition for Natural History Museum Live having just marked his big 88th birthday last week.
Aaron Paul scooped the BAFTA International award for Breaking Bad as he represented the cast at the London event.
BAFTA nominated for Best Actor, Jamie Dornan walked the red carpet with his proud fiancee Amelia Warner on his arm.
Downton Abbey co-stars Laura Carmichael and Elizabeth McGovern created the ultimate colour contrast in black and white as they presented an award for the crowd.
Ant & Dec stole the show for another year, walking away with two awards for Saturday Night Takeaway.
Downton Abbey star Laura Carmichael stuck to her characteristic little black dress formula in a classic sleeveless number.
With his glamorous wife Julia Carey on his arm, James Cordon attended the prestigious Brit event and prepared to present an award.
Sophie Ellis Bextor chose a long-sleeved number for the London event, perhaps in anticipation of some typical Brit weather.
Davina McCall looked classically elegant in a floor-length black number with a choker collar.
Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker chose a sleeveless black gown with a glamorous black choker detail as her show scooped three awards on the night.
Graham Norton, who hosted the annual awards ceremony, missed out on a BAFTA for his BBC chat show in the entertainment performance category.
Former The Office star Martin Freeman basked in the success of his new Channel 4 hit, Fargo as he walked the red carpet with wife Amanda Abbington.
Game of Thrones stars Keeley Hawes and Matthew Macfadyen attended the prestigious ceremony at London's Royal Opera House, just as season 4 continued to air last night.
Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner looked flawless in a Michael Van Der Ham gown as she swept her long ethereal locks over one shoulder.
Julie Walters was shocked to receive the special recognition award last night, for her unique contribution to TV and film.
Amber Le Bon shone in a floor-length gold ensemble in the London sunshine last night.
David Mitchell joined the beaded man trend as he showed off an impressive facial hair look.
Aaron Paul posed alongside English actress Sophie Turner on the red carpet.
Selfirdges actor Jeremy Piven looked sleek in a pair of large framed glasses and an open white shirt.