'Finding Derek' was a heartfelt success earlier this year and Kate Garraway hopes to make another documentary.
The TV presenter accepted the award for Authored Documentary for her film Finding Derek which documents her husband’s long battle with the coronavirus.
The star of the BBC drama played the audience for laughs and lapped up their applause on stage.
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The 19-year-old is up for the Authored Documentary National Television Award, along with mum Katie Price for their BBC documentary 'Harvey and Me'.
Piers Morgan has been shortlisted for the Best Presenter award, five months after walking out on 'Good Morning Britain'.
The NTAs - a famously lively night on the showbiz calendar - have been postponed by three months.
The 'Corrie' co-stars have both denied the video footage shows them kissing, insisting they were simply talking at the noisy ceremony.
The outspoken comedian said Jenner was 'lovely and gracious' and told him she loved his Golden Globes monologue.
The 27-year-old reality star has been accused of assault and criminal damage after lashing out at a photographer on his way home from the NTAs.
Piers Morgan said the exchange between the 'This Morning' hosts at the NTAs appeared awkward.
The 61-year-old actress said she could no longer pretend she didn't care about losing out to 'This Morning'.
"I want to dedicate this award to someone who taught me more about television than anyone else."
David Walliams made light of recent events which have seen Laurence Fox attract a great deal of controversy.
The 38-year-old presenter first attended the National Television Awards ceremony back in 2005.
It comes after the 'Good Morning Britain' host dubbed Walliams a 'snivelling toady' last year.
The 'Good Morning Britain' host claims he will snub the awards this year as he is sick of Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield always winning.