British Academy Children's Awards 2014 winners revealed

Cartoon Network picked up the BAFTA in the for Channel of the Year for the first time.
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The winners od this year's British Academy Children’s Awards was announced last night at a ceremony hosted by Doc Brown at the Roundhouse, London.

Big winners on the night included Katie Morag and Cartoon Network, which won the BAFTA in the for Channel of the Year for the first time in its history.

Peter Firmin received the Special Award for his outstanding contribution to children’s media. The esteemed illustrator and puppet-maker was presented the Award by Bernard Cribbins, and received a special introduction from Michael Palin.

The results of the BAFTA Kids’ Vote were also announced at the ceremony.

Over 200,000 votes were cast by seven to 14 year-olds and the winners in the four categories were Frozen (Feature Film), Jessie (Television), Minecraft (Game) and Bin Weevils (Website).

Check out the full list of winner below:

Shaun the Sheep - Aardman Animations/CBBC

Channel of the Year
Cartoon Network

Diddy Movies 2 - CBBC

Katie Morag - Move on Up/CBeebies

Junior Bake Off - Love Productions/CBBC

Operation Ouch! - Maverick Television/CBBC

Feature Film
The LEGO Movie - Warner Bros. Pictures, Village Road Show Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures

Mario Kart 8 - Nintendo

Independent Production Company of the Year
Kindle Entertainment

Interactive: Adapted
Disney Animated Development Team - Touch Press/Disney Interactive/Walt Disney Animation Studios

Interative: Original
Dixi - Kindle Entertainment/Syndicut/Lucy Atkinson/CBBC Online

Adventure Time - Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network

Learning: Primary
Lizard Girl - Feelgood Fiction/BBC Two

Learning: Secondary
Poetry: Between the Lines - Somethin' Else/BBC Two

Cherry Campbell - Katie Morag - CBeebies

Pre-School: Animation
Sarah & Duck - Karrot Entertainment/CBeebies

Pre-School: Live Action
Old Jack's Boat - CBeebies

Richard McCourt & Dominic Wood - Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom - CBBC

Short Form
CITV Share a Story 2013 - CITV

Debbie Moon - Wolfblood - CBBC


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