National TV Awards 2012: Full Winners List - Michael McIntyre, Alan Carr, Karen Gillan

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Karen Gillan is one of the National Television Award winners for her performance in 'Doctor Who'
Karen Gillan is one of the National Television Award winners for her performance in 'Doctor Who'

Here are all the nominees of the 2012 National TV Awards - more than three million votes cast according to presenter Dermot O'Leary - with winners names in bold:.

Talk Show
The Jonathan Ross Show
The Graham Norton Show
Alan Carr: Chatty Man
Loose Women

Drama
Downton Abbey
Doctor Who
Merlin
Waterloo Road

Reality TV
The Only Way Is Essex
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Come Dine With Me
The Apprentice

Talent Show
The X Factor
Strictly Come Dancing
Dancing on Ice
Britain's Got Talent

Entertainment Presenter
Michael McIntyre
Dermot O'Leary
Ant & Dec
Keith Lemon

Entertainment Programme
Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow
Dynamo: Magician Impossible
Harry Hill's TV Burp
Take Me Out

Panel Gameshow
Celebrity Juice
QI
Mock The Week
Have I Got News For You.

Situation Comedy
Benidorm
Miranda
Outnumbered

Serial Drama
Coronation Street
EastEnders
Emmerdale
Hollyoaks

Drama Performance - Male
Matt Smith - Doctor Who
John Barrowman - Torchwood
Martin Clunes - Doc Martin
David Threlfall - Shameless

Drama Performance - Female
Karen Gillan - Doctor Who
Eve Myles - Torchwood
Jaye Jacobs - Waterloo Road
Suranne Jones - Scott & Bailey

Serial Drama Performance
Katherine Kelly - Coronation Street
Alison King - Coronation Street
Danny Miller - Emmerdale
Jessie Wallace - EastEnders

Newcomer
Chris Fountain - Coronation Street
Chelsea Halfpenny - Emmerdale
Jacqueline Jossa - EastEnders

Factual
An Idiot Abroad
My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding
This Morning
Top Gear

Landmark Award - David Walliams
Outstanding Contribution Award - Gary Barlow
Special Recognition Award - Jonathan Ross

And the stars in all their glory - winners and red carpet shakers at the National Television Awards:

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