7th National Television Awards

7th National Television Awards
Date 23 October 2001 (2001-10-23)
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 7th National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 23 October 2001 and was hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald.


Category Winner[1][2] Also nominated[3]
Most Popular Actor David Jason (A Touch of Frost) Martin Kemp (EastEnders)
Robson Green (Close and True),
Steve McFadden (EastEnders)
John Thaw (Inspector Morse)
Most Popular Actress Amanda Burton (Silent Witness) June Brown (EastEnders)
Debra Stephenson (Bad Girls),
Lucy Benjamin (EastEnders)
Georgia Taylor (Coronation Street)
Most Popular Drama Bad Girls (ITV) The Bill (ITV),
A Touch of Frost (ITV),
Always and Everyone (ITV)
Most Popular Serial Drama EastEnders (BBC) Brookside (Channel 4),
Coronation Street (ITV),
Emmerdale (ITV)
Most Popular Talk Show Parkinson (BBC) So Graham Norton (Channel 4)
Most Popular Entertainment Programme My Kind of Music (ITV) Popstars (ITV)
Stars in Their Eyes (ITV)
The Generation Game (BBC)
Most Popular Entertainment Presenter Ant & Dec (SMTV Live) Chris Tarrant (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?)
Michael Barrymore (My Kind of Music)
Jim Davidson (The Generation Game)
Most Popular Daytime Programme This Morning (ITV) Neighbours (BBC)
Most Popular Quiz Programme Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (ITV) A Question of Sport (BBC)
The Weakest Link (BBC)
They Think It's All Over (BBC)
Most Popular Comedy Programme The Royle Family (BBC) One Foot in the Grave (BBC)
Friends (Channel 4)
Most Popular Comedy Performer Ricky Tomlinson (The Royle Family) Richard Wilson (One Foot in the Grave)
Most Popular Factual Programme Big Brother (Channel 4) Animal Hospital (BBC)
Ground Force (BBC)
Crimewatch UK (BBC)
Most Popular Newcomer Jessie Wallace (EastEnders) Scott Wright (Coronation Street)
Kacey Ainsworth (EastEnders)
Tony Audenshaw (Emmerdale)
Special Recognition Award Des O'Connor


  1. "Past Winners". National Television Awards. Archived from the original on 14 November 2010. Retrieved 31 January 2011.
  2. "Royle night at TV awards". BBC News. 23 October 2001. Retrieved 12 November 2010.
  3. "Top TV nomination for Barrymore". BBC News. 9 October 2001. Retrieved 12 November 2010.
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