Kelly Holmes’ Olympic win has been voted last year’s British Golden TV Moment.
Holmes snatched the TV title for her first gold medal of the Games, in the 800m race, before she went on to add 1500m to her tally.
The British public was asked to vote for their best TV moment in the categories of drama, comedy, sport factual and entertainment in a BBC1 show.
Holmes won the best sports category, against the likes of Maria Sharapova’s Wimbledon glory and Matthew Pinsent’s rowing victory at the Olympics, and went on to take the overall prize of Golden TV Moment, voted for by the public.
Natasha Kaplinsky and Brendan Cole’s win in Strictly Come Dancing has won Best Entertainment Moment, over the likes of Greg Dyke chairing Have I Got News For You? And Jonathan Ross inspecting fashion guru Trinny’s breasts on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.
The sight of former royal correspondent Jennie Bond with dozens of rats crawling over her has won best Factual Entertainment Moment for I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!
Bond beat the likes of Gordon Ramsay telling Edwina Currie on Hell’s Kitchen: “You crack me up.
"One minute you are shagging the prime minister and now you are trying to shag me from behind.”
EastEnders won Best Popular Drama Moment for the moment Dot has a heart to heart with Den and reveals that she is unwell.
Gail and Eileen’s bust up in Coronation Street, after discovering Todd is gay, was also nominated.
Michael Buerk’s return journey to Ethiopia has won Best Factual Moment – after his first harrowing BBC report alerted the world to the famine and led Bob Geldof to launch Band Aid and Live Aid.
Little Britain won Best Comedy Moment for the controversial scene where City boy Harvey is breast-fed by his mother.
Dirty Filthy Love won Best Drama Moment for the scene in the ITV show where Mark, who suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder and Tourette’s Syndrome, turns up at the barbecue of his ex wife and their family.
2004 TV Moments, hosted by Jonathan Ross, was voted for by a panel of public viewers and will be broadcast on BBC1 on Wednesday at 8pm.