2011 BAFTA Children's Award winners named

Peppa Pig, Deadly 60 and Amazing World of Gumball among those honoured.
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This year's British Academy Children's Awards have been handed out - with key licensed properties such as eOne's Peppa Pig and BBC Worldwide's Deadly 60 picking up accolades.

Peppa Pig won for the second time in the Pre-school Animation category, its first win since 2005 (it has been nominated for the past four years), while it also won the Performer Award for nine year-old Harley Bird, who voices Peppa.

Deadly 60 won accolades for Factual Programme and Presenter, for Steve Backshall. Meanwhile, Cartoon Network's new show, The Amazing World of Gumball, took the Animation and Writer awards.

Other winners included Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (Feature Film and the BAFTA Kids' Vote in the film category); Cbeebies (Channel of the Year); Horrible Histories (Comedy); Kindle Entertainment (Independent Production Company); Bookaboo (Pre-school Live Action); and Lego Pirates of the Caribbean (video game).

For the full list of winners, simply click here.


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