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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday
Here are the shows that’ll be on your Twitter timeline later.
Olivia Colman completely won us over with her emotional BAFTA speech
“I’m sorry I’m not cool.”
The Fall, Chris O'Dowd and Gogglebox: Is your favourite telly up for a BAFTA?
The nominations for the TV BAFTAs are out, and we’ve got them in here.
Helen Mirren gives the Queen a right telling off* in this brilliant snap
*Well, sort of: It certainly looks like she does anyway.
13 brilliantly gas moments from last night's BAFTAs
They really should have just kept the camera on Emma Thompson all night.
Watch Cate Blanchett's emotional tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman at the BAFTAs
“This is for you, you b*****d.”
Philomena wins as big stars line up for the BAFTAs
There were emotional tributes to the late Philip Seymour Hoffman at the awards ceremony.
Angie in a tux and Lupita in green! The BAFTAS red carpet arrivals
What the frock!
Philomena wins four Bafta nominations alongside 12 Years A Slave and Gravity
Michael Fassbender was also nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category.
The Dredge: Beyoncé leads Dublin crowd in a round of "olé, olé"
It was like Italia 90 all over again. Plus, all the rest of the day’s celeb dirt.
Ireland gets six nominations for the 2013 BAFTA TV Awards
Those that got nods with Irish connections, include The Graham Norton Show, Ripper Street and The Shame of the Catholic Church.
Frocking hell! It's the BAFTAs and the Grammys, rolled into one
64 pictures of frocks, pink hair, big hair, J-Lo’s leg and stunning beards. Work can wait.
Day-Lewis wins at the BAFTAs... and Eddie Redmayne gets sick backstage
And Helen Mirren had pink hair!
Ireland gets five nods in BAFTA Awards nominations
Five Irish filmmakers have been nominated in the 2012 BAFTAs, for films including Anna Karenina, Here to Fall, and Seven Psychopaths.
Diary: We went to BAFTA as fans - but we left as winners
Mrs Brown’s Boys team member Simon Carty on last night’s win: “The first hint that this might be our year came when the paparazzi on the red carpet told Ricky Gervais to make room for us…”
Mrs Brown's Boys wins BAFTA for best sitcom
The Brendan O’Carroll show was one of a number of Irish winners at the Television BAFTAs last night, including Andrew Scott for his role in Sherlock, and Graham Norton.
Dara O Briain and Mrs Brown among Irish Bafta nominees
Graham Norton has also gotten the nod from the British Academy.
The Artist leads BAFTA nominations
Irish actor Michael Fassbender also made the cut, nominated alongside George Clooney and Brad Pitt in the leading actor category.
The Kings's Speech reigns at Baftas - and Lady Gaga emerges from egg at Grammys
The King’s Speech left the Baftas with no fewer than seven awards last night, while in LA Arcade Fire walked away with album of the year at the Grammy Awards.
The week in photos
Our pick of the wonderful and sometimes poignant pictures that shaped the week.
Christopher Lee to receive Bafta's highest honour
Lee will receive the Academy Fellowship at this month’s Baftas for his “outstanding contribution” to film over his decades-long career.
BAFTA nominations: check out the big five (Video)
Nominations for this year’s awards ceremony have been announced, with multiple nods for a small number of films.