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Shane Allen on the 2002 Best Comedy Programme winner
Nick Fraser on the 2010 Best Documentary Programme winner
Jon Plowman on the 2003 Best Comedy Programme winner
Jane Root on the 2006 Best Popular Factual Programme winner
The chief executive of Twofour Group recounts its 2010 and 2014 wins
David Clews on the 2014 Best Documentary Series winner
The former chief executive of Talkback on receiving the first Best Indie award
Armando Iannucci talks about the 1999 Best Comedy Programme winner
The former chief executive of Kudos on its 2007 win
Chris Chibnall on the 2014 Best Drama Series winner
Ashley Paroah on the 2007 Best Original Programme winner
Lucy Lumsden on the 2009 Best Comedy Programme winner
Entries have opened for the Broadcast Awards 2015 – the 20th anniversary of the event which celebrates the best of British TV.
Click to view the video highlights from the Broadcast Awards 2014.
Click for a selection of pictures from the photobooth at the Broadcast Awards, sponsored by Envy.
Talking TV goes behind the scenes at the biggest ever Broadcast Awards to catch up with some of the winners.
ITV drama Broadchurch and Channel 4’s Gogglebox took home two awards apiece at the Broadcast Awards 2014.
Click through for the full list of winners in the Broadcast Awards 2014.
All the pictures from the shortlist party for the Broadcast Awards 2014 at The Hospital Club in London last week.
Indies Big Talk Productions and Twofour lead the nominations for the Broadcast Awards 2014 after being shortlisted in multiple categories, including Best Independent Production Company.
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