Doctor Who writer in double triumph
Doctor Who writer Steven Moffat had a great night at the TV Choice Awards as two of his shows were honoured.
The long-running science fiction show was named best family drama and Sherlock, which Steven co-writes with Mark Gatiss, was named best new drama.
And there was another award for Doctor Who when Karen Gillan, who plays the Timelord's sidekick Amy Pond, won the best actress gong.
A former Timelord, David Tennant, was named best actor for his role in Single Father.
Elsewhere, BBC3's Being Human got the gong for best drama series, while The Inbetweeners won the best comedy award.
The Apprentice won the award for best reality programme and Britain's Got Talent was named best talent show.
The Cube took the best game show title, Come Dine With me was named best lifestyle show, and naked chef Jamie Oliver won the best food show honour for his 30 Minute Meals.