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From TheJournal.ie TV Baftas: Success for Ireland's Fiona Shaw but disappointment for Derry Girls Red Carpet This post contains videos

TV Baftas: Success for Ireland's Fiona Shaw but disappointment for Derry Girls

Killing Eve was the big winner of the night.

From TheJournal.ie The Favourite wins seven Baftas but Roma swoops in to take top gong Red Carpet

The Favourite wins seven Baftas but Roma swoops in to take top gong

Irish-produced The Favourite had been nominated for 12 awards.

From TheJournal.ie Irish-produced film The Favourite leads the way with 12 Bafta nominations Award Season

Irish-produced film The Favourite leads the way with 12 Bafta nominations

Element Pictures’ period comedy/drama is up for best film, best director, best actress and best supporting actress.

From TheJournal.ie Barry Keoghan and Jessie Buckley both nominated for Bafta Rising Star Award Movies

Barry Keoghan and Jessie Buckley both nominated for Bafta Rising Star Award

The pair are joined by three other actors in the nominations: Cynthia Erivo, Lakeith Stanfield and Letita Wright.

From TheJournal.ie Saoirse Ronan is in the running to pick up a Bafta next month Awards

Saoirse Ronan is in the running to pick up a Bafta next month

The Carlow actor is nominated for her role in Lady Bird.

Michael Fassbender was on Graham Norton and nobody could cope

Dingle on the Graham Norton Show.

9 things you missed from last night's BAFTAs

Cumberbatch was a no-show.

From TheJournal.ie Amy Winehouse documentary sheds new light on the tragic singer's life Died Too Soon

Amy Winehouse documentary sheds new light on the tragic singer's life

It’s made by the team behind Senna.

From TheJournal.ie A Belfast film about two boys and their pet chickens took home a Bafta Who Won What?

A Belfast film about two boys and their pet chickens took home a Bafta

There was also success for the ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ but the jury snubbed Benedict Cumberbatch’s ‘The Imitation Game’.

From TheJournal.ie Grab the popcorn: Stars descend on London to compete for BAFTA glory Winner Takes It All This post contains images

Grab the popcorn: Stars descend on London to compete for BAFTA glory

Best and worst dressed, tearful speeches and awkward red carpet moments…

Comedian slated for last year's BAFTAs dress wore it again last night

And Sarah Millican looked only gorgeous.

7 things we've always wondered about awards shows

Can you stand beside Michael Fassbender in the jacks?

An unbelievable Graham Norton lineup... and 4 other weekend telly highlights

No matter what you’re up to, we’ve got a recommendation for you.

Philomena wins four Bafta nominations alongside 12 Years A Slave and Gravity

Michael Fassbender was also nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category.

From TheJournal.ie Video: This is an actual excuse someone gave for not paying their TV licence Pay Up This post contains videos

Video: This is an actual excuse someone gave for not paying their TV licence

The UK equivalent of the TV licence inspectors have come up with a novel way of making sure people pay their licence.

Ireland gets five nods in BAFTA Awards nominations BAFTAs This post contains videos

Ireland gets five nods in BAFTA Awards nominations

Five Irish filmmakers have been nominated in the 2012 BAFTAs, for films including Anna Karenina, Here to Fall, and Seven Psychopaths.

From TheJournal.ie Irish animation company wins BAFTA for children's show Award This post contains videos

Irish animation company wins BAFTA for children's show

The children’s show, Roy, tells the story of a cartoon boy who was born into the real world.

Diary: We went to BAFTA as fans - but we left as winners

Mrs Brown’s Boys team member Simon Carty on last night’s win: “The first hint that this might be our year came when the paparazzi on the red carpet told Ricky Gervais to make room for us…”

From TheJournal.ie Mrs Brown's Boys wins BAFTA for best sitcom BAFTAs This post contains images

Mrs Brown's Boys wins BAFTA for best sitcom

The Brendan O’Carroll show was one of a number of Irish winners at the Television BAFTAs last night, including Andrew Scott for his role in Sherlock, and Graham Norton.

BAFTA Red Carpet: the fashion, the winners and the Irish Red Carpet This post contains images

BAFTA Red Carpet: the fashion, the winners and the Irish

The winners in full, plus all the red carpet looks.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Wednesday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Nine things you need to know by 9am: Sony admits Playstation users’ details hacked; German anger after seven Irish Travellers arrested in Cologne after a “drunken rampage”; and Mrs Brown’s Boys is up for a BAFTA.