The ever-popular National Television Awards were held this week in a star-studded entertainment extravaganza at London's Albert Hall. These awards, which have been running for 11 years, are guaranteed a high profile as they are judged entirely by viewer voting. Add to that the combined PR reach and energy of the TV networks and production companies, plus an event audience of over 1000 broadcasting professionals including many household names, and the NTAs are one of the highest profile industry awards in the UK. The awards ceremony, which was held on Tuesday night, was produced by Indigo Television and enjoyed a two and a half hour prime time broadcast on ITV the following night. For the record, the BBC's Doctor Who show won three awards while rival network ITV won six of the main awards.