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The RTS Programme Awards, which are chaired by The Foundry CEO, Alex Mahon, honour excellence across all genres of television programming and recognise exceptional actors, presenters, writers and production teams as well as the programmes themselves.
“TFI Friday for the Brexit era” chimes in his co-star Alex Brooker.
“I think we’re a version of [Jon Stewart and Trevor Noah’s] The Daily Show for a country that has a pub culture” suggests Adam Hills, the host of the Channel 4 show.
The Last Leg launched during the 2012 Paralympic Games as a comedy breakdown of the day’s sporting highlights.
Monday: The Trouble with Dad
Channel 4, 9pm
Shot over the course of a year, this documentary follows comedian David Baddiel and his brothers as they look after their dad who has a rare form of dementia, which causes him to have aggressive outbursts.
Who are the big winners from years past, and who is haunted by dreams of what could have been?
1. Susan Boyle
SuBo is undoubtedly the biggest act to come out of BGT in the past nine years,despite never actually winning the show. Going from a rocky start to absolutely wowing the judges at her audition, Susan has gone on to become one of the most well-known singers in the world.
The Vikings Uncovered
Historian Dan Snow and space archaeologist Dr Sarah Parcak follow the search for evidence that could be the furthest known point in Viking civilisation.
Take a peek at the extended highlights from the Royal Television Society Programme Awards 2016 in partnership with Audio Network at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London's Park Lane.
Cheeky TV duo Ant and Dec were among the guests, and arrived looking very dapper and excited about their nomination of Entertainment Performance.
Other guests included Desert Island Discs' star Kirsty Young and Humans actor Gemma Chan who both looked stunning as they walked the carpet in elegant gowns.
The gents turned out in style too with Jack Whitehall, also has a nomination for Entertainment Performance, and Sports Presenter David Coulthard both look great in stylish suits.
See more from the red carpet below.
Back for its final series, the university sitcom back with as many laugh-out-loud hilarious and toe-curlingly awkward moments as you could have dreamed.