BAFTA TV Awards 2011

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Doctor Who missed out on any accolades at the BAFTA Television Awards last night, but Steven Moffat will still be celebrating as Sherlock managed to pick up two of the three it was nominated for.

Matt Smith was the first actor ever to be BAFTA nominated for playing The Doctor, but sadly the prize went to Daniel Rigby (Eric and Ernie) in the end.

Video below features Smith and Catherine Tate on the red carpet.

Doctor Who was not nominated for Best Drama Series this year, but Sherlock fought off the competition and took it home.

Alex Kingston (River Song) also presented Martin Freeman a Best Supporting Actor award for his role as Watson in Sherlock.

Hard luck to Matt Smith, but congrats to Steven Moffat and the rest of the team for the well deserved Sherlock win.