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British Academy Television Awards 2000

2000 British Academy Television Awards
Date 14 May 2000
Site Grosvenor House Hotel
Host Des Lynham
Highlights
Best Comedy The League of Gentlemen
Best Drama The Cops
Best Actor Michael Gambon
Wives & Daughters
Best Actress Thora Hird
Lost for Words
Best Comedy Performance
Television coverage
Channel ITV
Ratings 7.85 million

The 2000 British Academy Television Awards were held on Sunday 14 May 2000. The ceremony was hosted by Des Lynam, aired on ITV and took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, London.

Winners

See also

References

  • Archive of winners on official BAFTA website (retrieved February 19, 2006).
  • British Academy Television Awards 2000 at the Internet Movie Database.
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