The winners of the 2009 EA British Academy Children's Awards were revealed in a star-studded ceremony at the London Hilton Park Lane.
Big winners included Nick Jr, which picked up the Channel of the Year, and Astley Baker Davies and E1, walking away with Pre-school Animation for Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom, while ABD also picked up Independent Production Company.
Coraline won Feature Film; Big & Small Online scooped the Interactive category; Dreamworks' The Penguins of Madagascar won International; Happy Films' Bookaboo was awarded Pre-school Live Action; LittleBigPlanet won the Video Game category; and Richard Hammond picked up Presenter for Richard Hammond's Blast Lab.
The BAFTA Kids' Vote saw children between the ages of seven and 14 choosing Hannah Montana The Movie, Hannah Montana (Disney Channel), Wii Sports Resort from Nintendo and Club Penguin as their favourite film, TV show, video game and website.
For a full list of winners, click here to go to the official Children's BAFTA website.