Richard Armitage at the BAFTAs
Richard Armitage presented the Best Drama Serial Award at the British Academy Television Awards on Sunday 20th May 2007.
He and Victoria Smurfit presented the award to See No Evil: The Moors Murderers, an ITV1 programme. The Vicar of Dibley Christmas Special was one of the nominees for the Pioneer Audience Award for the Best Programme of 2006, an award voted for by viewers. However, it was beaten by Life on Mars, a critically acclaimed and hugely popular police series.
Some pictures of Richard Armitage at the award ceremony follow. See below for video clips.
Note: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts - BAFTA - holds an award ceremony each year to celebrate the best of British TV programmes over the previous year. A separate award ceremony is held for film awards, for both British and foreign films.
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