>> It was a night showing off the best of British TV. Great British Bake Off's Mary Berry, Night Manager's Tom Hiddleston and Idris Elba among stars at the BAFTA Television Awards in London.>> Congratulations on the nomination->> Suranne Jones got the nod for the Best Actress in Dr. Foster, while Mark Rylance picked up Best Actor for his role as Thomas Cromwell in Wolf Hall.
That's his third award this year. He's already won an Oscar and BAFTA Film Award for best supporting actor in Bridge of Spies.>> I think this Wolf Hall piece really was like an incredible training camp for me and taught me so much about stillness and made me much bolder in confidence about just thinking in front of the camera.
I don't think I would have acted as well in Bridge of Spies if I hadn't done more form.>> Arriving to collect the special award after 40 years in show biz, British actor and comedian Lenny Henry.>> My thoughts are in a bit of a daze. I'm really, really chuffed.
I've got a lot of gratitude because it's been 42 years. And after a while, you kind of think, well, maybe they've forgotten. But they haven't forgotten.>> Maisie, hello. I'm->> Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams arrived for her TV film special Cyberbully, which was nominated for best single drama.
It lost out to BBC 3s Don't Take My Baby. But Maisie says it's still a relief to be recognized for something new.>> I mean, it's really lovely being part of Game of Thrones and being part of a very successful show. But it doesn't make you feel comfortable.
It means that you got very lucky. And to know that I then read Cyberbully and thought, yeah, this is really great television, I'm really passionate about this. And then for BAFTA to agree, it gave me a lot of confidence.>> The nomination comes amid hype from the release of Game of Thrones series six.
Last week fans received an answer to the year-long question of whether character Jon Snow was dead or alive. Williams says there are plenty more spoilers where that came from.