13th National Television Awards

13th National Television Awards
Date 31 October 2007 (2007-10-31)
Location Royal Albert Hall, London
Country United Kingdom
Presented by Various
Hosted by Trevor McDonald
Official website http://www.nationaltvawards.com/
Television/Radio coverage
Network ITV
Runtime 120 minutes

The 13 National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 31 October 2007 and was hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald.


Category Winner[1][2] Also nominated[3]
Most Popular Actor David Tennant (Doctor Who) Antony Cotton (Coronation Street)
Charlie Clements (EastEnders)
James Sutton (Hollyoaks)
Most Popular Actress Lacey Turner (EastEnders) Sue Cleaver (Coronation Street)
Kara Tointon (EastEnders)
Freema Agyeman (Doctor Who)
Most Popular Drama Doctor Who (BBC) The Bill (ITV)
Shameless (Channel 4)
Life on Mars (BBC)
Most Popular Serial Drama EastEnders (BBC) Coronation Street (ITV)
Emmerdale (ITV)
Hollyoaks (Channel 4)
Most Popular Entertainment Programme Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV) An Audience with Take That Live (ITV)
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (BBC)
Deal or No Deal (Channel 4)
8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4)
Most Popular Reality Programme I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (ITV) Shipwrecked: Battle of the Islands (Channel 4)
The Apprentice (BBC)
Big Brother (Channel 4)
Most Popular Entertainment Presenter Ant & Dec Fern Britton
Jonathan Ross
Graham Norton
Paul O'Grady
Most Popular Talent Show The X Factor (ITV) Any Dream Will Do (BBC)
Dancing on Ice (ITV)
Britain's Got Talent (ITV)
Strictly Come Dancing (BBC)
Most Popular Comedy Programme The Catherine Tate Show (BBC) My Family (BBC)
Ugly Betty (Channel 4)
Harry Hill's TV Burp (ITV)
Most Popular Factual Programme Top Gear (BBC) This Morning (ITV)
The Jeremy Kyle Show (ITV)
The F Word (Channel 4)
Most Popular Newcomer Kym Ryder (Coronation Street) Joseph Gilgun (Emmerdale)
Gemma Merna (Hollyoaks)
Jo Joyner (EastEnders)
Special Recognition Award
Presented by Lewis Hamilton
Jeremy Clarkson


  1. "Past Winners". National Television Awards. Archived from the original on 24 September 2010. Retrieved 31 January 2011.
  2. "Winners in full: National TV Awards". BBC News. 31 October 2007. Retrieved 12 November 2010.
  3. "Doctor Who leads TV Awards nominees". Digital Spy. 15 October 2007. Retrieved 12 November 2010.
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