Paul Mescal with his award for Leading actor for Normal People.
Cush Jumbo presenting Leading actor.
Catherine Zeta Jones presents the Single drama award.
Virgin Media’s Must-see moment presented by Daisy May Cooper
Jordan Banjo and Ashley Banjo with their Bafta for Must-see moment
Daisy May Cooper presenting Virgin Media’s Must-see moment.
Michaela Coel with one of her Baftas for I May Destroy You.
Reece Shearsmith with his award for Scripted comedy for Inside No 9.
Rose Matafeo presents Male performance in a comedy programme.
Romesh Ranganathan studies his award for Best entertainment programme for The Ranganation
Tom Allen and Rob Beckett presenting Female performance in a comedy programme.
Stacey Dooley and Vick Hope.
Aimee Lou Wood with her Bafta for Female performance in a comedy programme.
Paul Cooper collecting the Male performance in a comedy programme award on behalf of Charlie Cooper.
Host Richard Ayoade.
Olly Alexander performs Starstruck at the 2021 TV Baftas.
AJ Odudu and Tom Allen on the red carpet at the 2021 TV Baftas.
Jodie Comer, who is nominated for leading actress for her role as Villanelle in Killing Eve.
Michaela Coel, whose show I May Destroy You is nominated for eight Baftas.
Sophie Okonedo, up for Supporting actress for Criminal: UK.
Aimee Lou Wood, who is nominated for Female performance in a comedy programme award for her role in Sex Education.
Rakie Ayola, nominated for Supporting actress for Anthony
Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan, who are up for the Comedy entertainment programme award.
Guz Khan, up for two Baftas for Man Like Mobeen, and Arslan Ashraf Moghai
Siena Kelly, up for Supporting actress for her role in Adult Material.
Claudia Winkleman, who may be the first woman to win the Entertainment performance award in 28 years.
Hayley Squires, nominated for leading actress for Adult Material, and James Galbraith Kirkpatrick.
Golda Rosheuvel of Bridgerton fame.
Jordan Banjo and Ashley Banjo from Diversity.
Daisy May Cooper arrives with Trevor Cooper and Paul Cooper.
Helena Bonham Carter, up for Supporting actress for The Crown, and Rye Holmboe