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British Academy Television Awards 2006


British Academy Television Awards 2006

2006 British Academy Television Awards
Date 7 May 2006
Site Grosvenor House Hotel
Host Davina McCall
Best Actor Mark Rylance
(The Government Inspector)
Best Actress Anna Maxwell Martin
(Bleak House)
Comedy Performance Chris Langham
(The Thick of It)
Best Comedy Help
Best Drama Doctor Who
Television/Radio coverage
Network ITV
Viewership 4.16 million
2005 BAFTA Awards 2007 >

The 2006 British Academy Television Awards were held on Sunday 7 May at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. The ceremony was hosted by television presenter Davina McCall and broadcast on ITV the following day. The nominees for the audience-voted Pioneer Award were announced on Tuesday 14 March; other nominees were revealed on Monday 27 March.



  • Winners report from
  • List of BAFTA Television Award nominees from the official BAFTA website (retrieved 28 March 2006).
  • List of BAFTA Television Craft Award nominees from the official BAFTA website (retrieved 12 April 2006)
  • List of nominees from BBC News Online (retrieved 27 March 2006).

External links

  • Breaking the News - Interactivity category
  • Lost Generation - Interactivity category
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