Bafta TV Awards: Watch what Mary Berry, Mark Rylance and Suranne Jones said after winning their statuettes


Mary Berry clutched her Bafta TV Award with excitement after the Great British Bake Off won the best feature award - and revealed what people say to her when they approach her in the street.

She said: "If I'm shopping, people stop me. And they so often just sort of touch me on the shoulder and say, 'I love the Bake Off and I make your lemon drizzle cake'."

Doctor Foster star and best actress award winner Suranne Jones praised her "lot" in life, explaining: "If someone had told me three years ago I would have had a husband, a baby and a Bafta in 2016, I would not have believed them."

Mark Rylance used his win for Wolf Hall to speak out about Government plans for the BBC, warning they would "come a cropper" if they tried to take "editorial control".

Suranne Jones with her Bafta