March 16, 2011 08:46:16 GMT
The British prize-giving event saw Broadbent coming home with Best Actor trophy and Simon Cowell's show taking Best Entertainment Title.
Veteran British actor Jim Broadbent picked up a prestigious prize for his moving role in "Any Human Heart" at the Royal Television Society Awards in London on Tuesday, March 15. The "Bridget Jones's Diary" star walked away with the Best Actor trophy for his portrayal of Logan Mountstuart in the British TV adaptation of William Boyd's novel.
Former "D:Ream" star-turned-physicist Professor Brian Cox was also a big winner at the annual prize-giving, taking home two trophies. He saw off competition from Piers Morgan to win Best Presenter for his "Wonders of the Solar System" show, as well as the science and natural history trophy for the same programme.
Meanwhile Simon Cowell's TV talent contest "The X Factor" won the Best Entertainment Title. British funnywoman Miranda Hart won two awards for Best Comedy Performance and Best Scripted Comedy for her hit BBC sitcom "Miranda".