3rd National Television Awards

3rd National Television Awards
Date 8 October 1997 (1997-10-08)
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

The 3rd National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 8 October 1997 and was hosted by Trevor McDonald.


Category Winner[1] Also nominated[2]
Most Popular Actor David Jason (A Touch of Frost) George Clooney (ER)
Robson Green (Reckless)
Ross Kemp (EastEnders)
Paul Nicholls (EastEnders)
Most Popular Actress Martine McCutcheon (EastEnders) Gillian Anderson (The X-Files)
Pam Ferris (Where The Heart Is)
Claire King (Emmerdale)
Lisa Riley (Emmerdale)
Most Popular Drama Series Reckless (ITV) A Touch of Frost (ITV)
ER (C4)
London's Burning (ITV)
Most Popular Serial Drama EastEnders (BBC) Neighbours (BBC)
Emmerdale (ITV)
Family Affairs (C5)
Brookside (C4)
Coronation Street (ITV)
Home and Away (ITV)
Most Popular Talk Show Des O'Connor Tonight (ITV) The Clive James Show (ITV)
The Mrs Merton Show (BBC)
Ricki Lake (C4)
Most Popular Entertainment Programme An Evening With Lily Savage (ITV) Noel's House Party (BBC)
Shooting Stars (BBC)
Stars in Their Eyes (ITV)
Most Popular Entertainment Presenter Michael Barrymore Shane Richie
Dale Winton
Lily Savage
Most Popular Factual Entertainment Programme Animal Hospital (BBC) Antiques Roadshow (BBC)
Police Camera Action! (ITV)
Ready Steady Cook (BBC)
Most Popular Quiz Programme They Think It's All Over (BBC) Have I Got News for You (BBC)
Strike It Rich (ITV)
Countdown (C4)
Most Popular Comedy Programme Only Fools and Horses (BBC) Birds of a Feather (BBC)
Friends (C4)
Men Behaving Badly (BBC)
Most Popular Comedy Performer Nicholas Lyndhurst Rowan Atkinson (The Thin Blue Line)
Harry Enfield (Harry Enfield and Chums)
David Jason (Only Fools and Horses)
Pauline Quirke (Birds of a Feather)
Most Popular Newcomer Matthew Marsden (Coronation Street) Rebecca Callard (The Grand)
Tina Hobley (Coronation Street)
Jonathan Kerrigan (Casualty)
Ben Unwin (Home and Away)
Most Popular Children's Programme Blue Peter (BBC) Hollyoaks (C4)
The Simpsons (BBC)
Top of the Pops (BBC)
Most Popular Advert W H Smith (Nicholas Lyndhurst) Nike (Good v Evil)
Rolo (Elephant)
Safeway (Harry and Molly)
Most Popular Daytime Programme Can't Cook, Won't Cook (BBC) Supermarket Sweep (ITV)
This Morning (ITV)
Vanessa (ITV)
Special Recognition Award Robson Green


  1. "Past Winners". National Television Awards. Archived from the original on 14 November 2010. Retrieved 31 January 2011.
  2. Wallace, Richard (4 October 1997). "Tiff v Kim; Soap stars battle for top award". Daily Mirror. Trinity Mirror. Retrieved 29 June 2013.(subscription required)
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