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Quite a few of the categories this year differ drastically from the Oscars, allowing the Baftas to carve out its own identity.
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Former Bond girl Dame Diana Rigg passed away in September after a distinguished career on the big and small screens.
Actor Steven Yeun was able to draw on his own experiences as the son of immigrants, and those of his own father.
The star of Luther and The Wire is being recognised for his acting, as well as for championing diversity in the industry.
Paul Chuckle has taken to Twitter to reassure fans that his late brother Barry was remembered at the Children's TV Baftas in November 2018.
The 'I'm a Celebrity' host was thankful to his friend for keeping the show going in his absence.
Danny Baker was overwhelmed by support from fans at his first live show since being sacked from the BBC.