Wednesday, October 26, 2005

National Television Awards

It was a good night for writers at the National Television Awards last night, even though there is no specific writer's award. Doctor Who, known as a writer-led show thanks to the high profile of the creative force behind the new series, Russell T. Davies, was voted Most Popular Drama and its two leads, Christopher Ecclestone and Billie Piper were named best actor and actress.

Perhaps surprisingly, after critical maulings and low ratings, EastEnders was voted Most Popular Serial Drama. Tony Warren, the creator of Coronation Street, was presented with a special TV Landmark Award.

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