1st National Television Awards
|1st National Television Awards|
|Date||30 August 1995|
|Location||Wembley Conference Centre, London|
|Hosted by||Eamonn Holmes|
The 1st National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Wembley Conference Centre on 30 August 1995 and was hosted by Eamonn Holmes.
|Most Popular Actor||Robson Green (Soldier Soldier)|
|Most Popular Actress||Anna Friel (Brookside)|
|Most Popular Drama Series||Soldier Soldier (ITV)|
|Most Popular Serial Drama||Coronation Street (ITV)|
|Most Popular Talk Show||Des O'Connor Tonight (ITV)|
|Most Popular Entertainment Presenter||Michael Barrymore|
|Most Popular Factual Programme||Animal Hospital (BBC)|
|Most Popular Quiz Programme||Strike It Lucky (ITV)|
|Most Popular Comedy Programme||Men Behaving Badly (BBC)|
|Most Popular Comedy Performer||Brian Conley|
|Most Popular Newcomer||Angela Griffin (Coronation Street)|
|Most Popular Children's Programme||Top of the Pops (BBC)|
|Most Popular Family Programme||Barrymore (ITV)|
|Special Recognition Award||Julie Goodyear|
- ↑ "Past Winners". National Television Awards. Archived from the original on 14 November 2010. Retrieved 12 November 2010.
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