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British Academy Television Awards 1999

1999 British Academy Television Awards
Date 9 May 1999
Site Grosvenor House Hotel
Best Actor Tom Courtenay
(A Rather English Marriage)
Best Actress Thora Hird
(Waiting for the Telegram)
Comedy Performance Dermot Morgan
(Father Ted)
Best Comedy Father Ted
Best Drama The Cops
Television/Radio coverage
Network BBC One
Viewership 8.84 million
1998 BAFTA Awards 2000 >

The 1999 British Academy Television Awards were held on 9 May at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, London. It was hosted solely by Michael Parkinson, who was due to share hosting duties with Jill Dando until her murder two weeks earlier.



  • Archive of winners on official BAFTA website (retrieved 22 February 2006).
  • British Academy Television Awards 1999 at the Internet Movie Database
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