The moment Keeley Hawes’ character was assassinated in Bodyguard is in the running for Bafta’s top TV moment.
This year’s crop of awards for acting on the big screen produced the most ethnically diverse line-up of winners for more than a decade, new analysis shows.
Four YouTubers broke onto the Bafta red carpet and took selfies with celebrities during Sunday night’s event.
The TV audience for the Baftas dropped by half a million compared with last year, overnight figures show.
Bafta winners Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz have been hailed as LGBT heroes after proclaiming their support for the community on the red carpet before Sunday’s awards show.
Winners The Favourite – The cynical period drama might have missed out on the best film but it was the toast of the Baftas, picking up seven wins including for leading actress Olivia Colman, supporting actress Rachel Weisz and outstanding British film.
Rami Malek thanked Freddie Mercury, “the greatest outsider of them all”, as he won the leading actor award at the Baftas.
Rachel Weisz has reminded audiences that The Favourite is not a film about the Time’s Up or Me Too movements.
Mary J Blige has said she is a huge fan of British TV show Doctor Foster.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were cheered on to the red carpet at the Bafta film awards.