Irish comic Brendan O'Carroll, actor Andrew Scott and presenter Graham Norton were among the winners at the TV BAFTAs in London on Sunday night.

O'Carroll's RTÉ/BBC co-production Mrs Brown's Boys won the award for Best Situation Comedy.

Scott was named Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Moriarty in Sherlock.

Norton won the Best Entertainment Performance award for The Graham Norton Show.

There were three acting awards for Appropriate Adult, the ITV drama about the killers Fred and Rosemary West.

Dominic West was named Best Actor for his portrayal of West, while co-stars Emily Watson and Monica Dolan won the Best Actress and Supporting Actress awards respectively.

The award for Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme went to Jennifer Saunders for Absolutely Fabulous, while Darren Boyd won Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme for Spy.

Coronation Street won the award for Best Soap and Continuing Drama, while The Fades won Best Drama Series.

The award for Best Single Drama went to Random, while This Is England '88 was named Best Miniseries.

Derren Brown: The Experiments won the award for Best Entertainment Programme, with Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle winning Best Comedy Programme.

The International award was won by Borgen, with Our War named Best Factual Series.

Rolf Harris was honoured with the BAFTA Fellowship, with Sherlock and Doctor Who writer Steven Moffat receiving the Special Award.

The Winners

Leading Actor - Dominic West (Appropriate Adult, ITV1)

Leading Actress - Emily Watson (Appropriate Adult, ITV1)

Supporting Actor - Andrew Scott (Sherlock, BBC One)

Supporting Actress - Monica Dolan (Appropriate Adult, ITV1)

Entertainment Performance - Graham Norton (The Graham Norton Show, BBC One)

Female Performance in a Comedy Programme - Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous, BBC One)

Male Performance in a Comedy Programme - Darren Boyd (Spy, Sky One)

Special Award - Steven Moffat

BAFTA Fellowship - Rolf Harris

Single Drama - Random (Channel 4)

Miniseries - This Is England '88 (Channel 4)

Drama Series - The Fades (BBC Three)

Soap and Continuing Drama - Coronation Street (ITV1)

International - Borgen (BBC Four)

Factual Series - Our War (BBC Three)

Specialist Factual - Mummifying Alan: Egypt's Last Secret (Channel 4)

Single Documentary - Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die (BBC Two)

Features - The Great British Bake Off (BBC Two)

Reality & Constructed Factual - The Young Apprentice (BBC One)

Current Affairs - Panorama: Undercover Care - The Abuse Exposed (BBC One)

News Coverage - Channel 4 News: Japan Earthquake (Channel 4)

Sport & Live Event - The Royal Wedding (BBC One)

New Media - Psychoville (BBC Online)

Entertainment Programme - Derren Brown: The Experiments (Channel 4)

Comedy Programme - Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle (BBC Two)

Situation Comedy - Mrs Brown's Boys (BBC One)

YouTube Audience Award - Celebrity Juice (ITV2)