10th National Television Awards

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10th National Television Awards
Date 26 October 2004 (2004-10-26)
Location Royal Albert Hall, London
Country United Kingdom
Presented by Various
Hosted by Trevor McDonald
Website http://www.nationaltvawards.com/
Television/radio coverage
Network ITV

The 10th National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 26 October 2004 and was hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald.


Category Winner[1][2] Also nominated
Most Popular Actor David Jason (DI Jack Frost, A Touch of Frost) Bruno Langley (Todd Grimshaw, Coronation Street)
James Nesbitt (Nick Zakian, The Canterbury Tales)
Nigel Harman (Dennis Rickman, EastEnders)
Shane Richie (Alfie Moon, EastEnders)
Most Popular Actress Suranne Jones (Karen McDonald, Coronation Street) Tina O'Brien (Sarah Platt, Coronation Street)
Caroline Quentin (Maggie Mee, Life Begins)
Jessie Wallace (Kat Slater, EastEnders)
Zöe Lucker (Tanya Turner, Footballers' Wives)
Most Popular Drama The Bill (ITV) Bad Girls (ITV)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Five)
Footballers' Wives (ITV)
Most Popular Serial Drama Coronation Street (ITV) EastEnders (BBC)
Emmerdale (ITV)
Hollyoaks (Channel 4)
Most Popular Entertainment Programme Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV) Strictly Come Dancing (BBC)
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (BBC)
Pop Idol (ITV)
Most Popular Reality Programme Big Brother (Channel 4) Hell's Kitchen (ITV)
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! (ITV)
SAS Desert – Are You Tough Enough? (Channel 4)
Most Popular Entertainment Presenter Ant & Dec (Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway) Davina McCall (Big Brother)
Dermot O'Leary (Big Brother's Little Brother)
Jonathan Ross (Friday Night with Jonathan Ross)
Most Popular Daytime Programme This Morning (ITV) Neighbours (BBC)
Richard & Judy (Channel 4),
Today with Des and Mel (ITV)
Most Popular Quiz Programme Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (ITV) A Question of Sport (BBC)
Have I Got News for You (BBC)
The Vault (ITV)
Most Popular Comedy Programme Little Britain (BBC) Friends (Channel 4)
Last of the Summer Wine (BBC)
My Family (BBC)
Most Popular Factual Programme Wife Swap (Channel 4) Crimewatch UK (BBC)
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares (Channel 4)
Top Gear (BBC)
Most Popular Newcomer Sam Aston (Coronation Street) Honeysuckle Weeks (Foyle's War)
Patsy Kensit (Emmerdale)
Tracey-Ann Oberman (EastEnders)
Most Popular Sporting Moment England winning the 2003 Rugby World Cup
Special Recognition Award Caroline Quentin


  1. ^ "Past Winners". National Television Awards. Archived from the original on 24 September 2010. Retrieved 31 January 2011. 
  2. ^ "National TV Awards - winners". The Guardian. 27 October 2004. Retrieved 12 November 2010.