Everything you need to know about the National Television Awards 2017

The only viewer-voted television awards are hosted by Dermot O'Leary at London's O2 Arena on Wednesday 25th January


The National Television Awards – British TV’s only viewer-voted ceremony – takes place tonight, Wednesday 25th January, at London’s O2 arena. Here’s everything you need to know… 


What time is it on TV and how can I watch?

The National Television Awards kick off at 7:30pm on ITV, but if you can’t wait that long make sure you stay tuned to RadioTimes.com – we’ll be backstage with pictures and interviews from the red carpet and exclusive one-to-one chats with all the stars, plus news of who has taken home those coveted prizes. 

How can I follow RadioTimes.com’s coverage?

We will be live-tweeting the event from backstage at @radiotimes and streaming Facebook Live videos from the red carpet. 

See here for an updated list of the best tweets from celebrities on the red carpet and inside the ceremony

Who are the winners? 

The public voted on a longlist late last year with a shortlist published earlier this month – it includes the likes of Bake Off, Poldark, Strictly Come Dancing, Britain’s Got Talent, The Big Bang Theory, Game of Thrones, all the soaps and much, much more. 

See here for the full list of winners updated as they’re announced. 

Who is attending? 

Keep an eye on the red carpet and at the ceremony for the likes of Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, Ant and Dec, Aidan Turner and PLENTY of soap stars. 


Check out all the snaps below:

Stars hit the red carpet for the National Television Awards