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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards | Celebrating 32 Years of Radio Excellence
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About Us.. How To Enter.. Categories.. The Judges.. Nominees.. Winners.. Gallery.. News.. The Radio Academy.. Contact Us.. Celebrating outstanding content and creativity.. Celebrating 32 Years Of Radio Excellence.. 2014 WINNERS ANNOUNCED!.. The Winners of the.. 2014 RADIO ACADEMY AWARDS.. , recognising the best of the best in the UK Radio Industry and celebrating outstanding achievement, were announced on Monday 12th May.. To see a full list of all this year's.. WINNERS.. , click.. HERE.. To find out about this year's.. JUDGES.. Our thanks to the 2014  ...   Winners and Nominees!.. LISTEN WATCH!.. To hear the.. AUDIO.. from this year's.. GOLD WINNING ENTRIES.. To view the video tribute to this year's.. GOLD AWARD.. Recipient,.. TONY BLACKBURN.. , click.. LISTEN AGAIN.. to the fantastic live webcast from our friends at.. Radio Today.. Pat Sharp and Stuart Clarkson chat to nominees and winners throughout the evening and cover the results as they unfold.. See some of the Winners Photos.. For a run down of the evening's highlights, click.. The Radio Academy Awards 2014.. |.. Sitemap.. Accessibility.. Cookies Policy..

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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards | Introduction To The Radio Academy Awards
    Descriptive info: About the Awards.. Introduction.. The Committee.. The Radio Academy Awards.. , now in their 32nd year, are without doubt the most prestigious awards in the radio industry s calendar and the only event that brings the entire sector together to celebrate outstanding content and creativity.. The Awards are organised by a Committee appointed by The Radio Academy's Trustees and chaired by John Myers.. Members are drawn from across the industry and all the major  ...   will meet regularly to discuss and decide the 2014 award categories and rubrics, the make-up of the 2014 judging panels, the recipients of the year's Special Awards and the shape of 2014 event itself.. Full details of the 2014 Committee are available.. The 2014 Award Categories have now been released and can be viewed, along with the terms and conditions of entry on this site.. We will be open for entries on 11th December 2014..

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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards | How To Enter The Radio Academy Awards 2012
    Descriptive info: How Do I Enter?.. Conditions Of Entry.. Who Can Enter?.. Station of the Year Entries.. Streamed, Podcast Download Entries.. How Much Does It Cost?.. When Is The Closing Date?.. Top Tips.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Follow the step-by-step guide outlined below for a stress free entry process!.. 1.. Read through the Categories.. If you're thinking about submitting an entry, the best place to start is with the.. 2014 Award Categories.. Don't just go by the category title - make sure you read through the rubrics carefully and check your eligibility.. 2.. Check the Conditions of Entry.. You should also familiarise yourself with the.. Conditions of Entry.. 3.. Register/Log In via 'Make an Entry'.. When you ve decided on the category or categories, the first thing you need to do is.. to register or log in.. Once you've done that, you can create, edit and update your entry/ies, right up until the closing date.. If you entered these Awards in 2012 or 2013, you'll be able to use the same log-in details and password and won't need to register - go straight to log in.. If you've forgotten your password, please.. email us.. and we'll send you a reminder.. If this is your first time entering these Awards, go straight to register.. 4.. Make your Entry.. For each entry you submit, you will need to complete an entry form and upload audio, where required.. Make sure you refer back to the rubrics for each category you are entering as requirements do vary from category to category.. Each entry you create will be saved in Pending Entries.. While an entry is pending, you will be able to edit and save for later, print draft copies, clone or delete as you wish.. 5.. Entry Deadlines.. For the majority of categories, you have until.. 00pm on Thursday 6th February 2014.. to finalise your entries online.. If you are entering  ...   similar seniority.. You will be asked to submit the name and email address of the person to contact on the entry form.. We'll do the rest.. Please, please, please.. be sure that the contact information you supply is correct.. It's also a good idea to let that person know to expect an email from us requesting their authorisation.. IF.. you are an.. independent production company or producer.. submitting an entry, confirmation that the broadcasting station/company is aware and supportive of your entry is also required.. As above, you supply us with the name and email address of the person to contact.. And once again,.. please, please, please.. It's also a good idea to let that person know to expect an email from us requesting their authorisation.. IF.. you are an.. internet broadcaster.. you will be asked to confirm that all necessary third party rights and performance and/or music clearances have been attained.. Paying for your entry.. Once you've completed the entry form and uploaded your audio, payment can be made online via Paypal.. You do not need to have a Paypal account as you can also use any credit or debit card.. If you are a.. patron member.. of The Radio Academy or submitting.. 3 or more.. entries at the same time, you will also have the option of paying via invoice.. You will need to supply us with a.. PO number.. and your invoice will be automatically generated when you finalise your entry and forwarded to you in an email.. Please be sure to pass the invoice on to the relevant department for payment as soon as possible.. The closing date.. for entries is.. Thursday 6th February 2014 at 5.. 00pm.. Please note if you are entering any of the.. categories or.. to complete and upload your entries.. If you have any queries, please contact.. Riza Jones.. or.. Mandy O'Connor.. at The Radio Academy..

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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards | Categories
    Descriptive info: Categories 2014.. Programme Awards.. Breakfast Show of the Year (10 million plus).. Breakfast Show of the Year (under 10 million).. Best Music Programme.. Best Specialist Music Programme.. Best Entertainment Programme.. Best Speech Programme.. Best Sports Programme.. Best News & Current Affairs Programme.. Best Coverage of a Live Event.. Best Community Programming.. People Awards.. Music Radio Personality of the Year.. Music Radio Broadcaster of the Year.. Speech Radio Personality of the Year.. Speech Radio Broadcaster of the Year.. National Radio Journalist of the Year.. Local Radio Journalist of the Year.. Best Interview of the Year.. Branding/Promotions Awards.. Best Use of Branded Content.. Best Promotional Campaign.. Best Competition.. Best Station Imaging.. Production Awards.. Best Music Feature or Documentary.. Best News Feature or Documentary.. Best Feature or Documentary.. Best Comedy.. Best Drama.. Innovation Awards.. Best Creative Innovation.. Best Technical Innovation.. Station Awards.. Station of the Year (Under 1 Million).. Station of the Year (1 Million plus).. UK Station of the Year.. Special Awards.. The Gold Award.. The Special Award.. Entries for the 2014 Radio Academy Awards are now CLOSED.. The.. NOMINATIONS.. will be announced via a live webcast from this website at.. 00pm on Wednesday 2nd April 2014.. and the.. revealed at the Awards Ceremony on the evening of.. Monday 12th May 2014.. A1: Breakfast Show of the Year (10 million plus).. This category is for breakfast shows on stations.. with a potential adult audience (as measured by RAJAR-defined TSA, or MCA if not in RAJAR) of over 10 million.. Entries are invited from weekday or weekend breakfast shows.. Judges will be looking at the whole programme (music sequences, speech content, feature items, humorous inserts etc.. ) and seeking to reward shows.. that deserve particular recognition for their overall standard and relevance to their target audience at breakfast time, irrespective of format.. Judges Tip.. Listen to a winning Breakfast Show entry and invariably they've captured the "Right Here Right Now" factor for that day; the thing their target audience are thinking and talking about that morning.. It creates an if I don t listen, I won t know and I ll miss out feeling.. That s what gives a breakfast show the winning must listen edge.. What to do next.. All entries must be submitted online.. by 5.. 00pm on Thursday 6.. th.. February 2014.. Please refer to.. Make an Entry.. for further details.. To be considered for this award, you ll need to complete an entry form and upload the following audio:.. ONE MP3.. (up to 55 MB).. BEST OF COMPILATION.. to consist of.. a minimum of 6 extracts.. (lasting.. no longer than 30 minutes in total.. ) to reflect the show s best output from 2013.. Extracts must be separated by a fade into and out of a 1 second gap, so that it is clear to judges where each extract begins and ends.. You will be asked to itemise the running order of extracts on the entry form.. Please note that telescoping in and out of music tracks, ad breaks and promos is permitted.. Additional audio material such as specially recorded voice links or introductions is not permitted.. Requirements.. The aim of these Awards is to recognise outstanding radio programming that has been created in the UK and is intended for UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man listeners.. Entries can be made by OFCOM (or similarly regulated) licensed radio stations (including BBC, commercial, community, hospital and student radio stations), BBC production units, independent production companies and/or producers, internet stations and broadcasters, podcasters and BFBS.. Programmes must have been broadcast on FM, AM, digital terrestrial, satellite or cable, streamed or made available for download between.. 1st January 2013 and 31st December 2013.. In addition, please note that:.. All entries must be authorised by the entrant's Station Manager/Company Director, or person of similar seniority.. If you are an independent production company or producer you will need authorisation from the broadcasting station and confirmation of the transmission date of the programme entered.. If you are an internet broadcaster you will be asked to confirm that all necessary third party rights and performance and/or music clearances have been attained.. You will be prompted regarding the above authorisations/permissions on completion of the online entry form.. For further information and full terms and conditions please refer to.. A2: Breakfast Show of the Year (under 10 million).. This category is for breakfast shows on stations with a potential adult audience (as measured by RAJAR-defined TSA, or MCA if not in RAJAR) of under 10 million.. A3: Best Music Programme.. This category is for mainstream music programmes broadcast on a regular basis, typically every day or every week.. Judges will be looking at the whole programme and seeking to reward outstanding music and speech content, sequences, feature items and presentation.. Don t lose sight of the fact that this is a music category; winning entries are normally ones which show that the presenter has a passion for the music they are playing and an eagerness to share with the audience the tracks on their show.. Entries which simply showcase links which seek to amuse and entertain, with no sense that they exist in an environment of music and no feeling that the music is important, are less likely to succeed.. ONE MP3 compilation.. (up to 55 MB) to consist of.. a minimum of 4 extracts.. no longer than.. 30 minutes.. in total) to reflect the show s best output from 2013.. Extracts must be separated by a fade into and out of a 1.. second gap, so that it is clear to judges where each extract begins and ends.. You ll be asked to list the running order of extracts on the entry form.. Telescoping in and out of music tracks, ad breaks and promos is permitted.. A4: Best Specialist Music Programme.. This category is for music programmes broadcast on a regular basis, typically every day or every week, that have a specialist music remit, i.. e.. , one that differs from the general/mainstream music policy of the station for example, a dance music programme on a broad-format station.. Judges will be looking at the whole programme and seeking to reward.. outstanding presentation, music and speech content, sequencing and feature items that combine to deliver an alternative musical experience.. Outstanding entries are normally those which can demonstrate the presenter s knowledge of and passion for the music they are playing, as well as their ability to make that music accessible to a wider audience.. Don t lose sight of the fact that this is a music category; entries which simply showcase links which seek to amuse and entertain, with no sense that they exist in an environment of music and no feeling that the music is important, are less likely to succeed.. A5: Best Entertainment Programme.. This category is for programmes broadcast on a daily, weekly or monthly basis that deserve particular recognition for their entertainment value.. Judges will be looking at the whole programme and seeking to reward the entertaining elements within it, acknowledging the skill with which they are devised, produced and delivered.. Please note.. that programmes entered into either of the Breakfast Show of the Year categories (A1 and A2), or the Comedy category (D4), will.. not.. be eligible in this category.. Don t wait until the nineteenth minute of your audio submission to wow the judges; do it right from the start and grab our attention! Another tip when you ve put the submission together, get someone who wasn t involved in putting the entry together to have a listen a fresh pair of ears can give you just the perspective you need.. no longer than 30 minutes.. A6: Best Speech Programme.. This category is for speech-based programmes broadcast on a regular basis, typically every day or every week.. Judges will be looking at the whole programme and seeking to reward outstanding content and presentation that engages its target audience.. Please note that news focused programmes have their own category (A8) and shouldn t be entered here.. When putting your audio together, think about the wow factor, look for it and make sure you include it.. These Awards are not for consistent and appreciated programmes they re for outstanding broadcasting.. What is the outstanding moment you want to highlight? Also, use the written blurb to give the judges a context.. They are all experienced, but they don t know the schedule of every station and, more importantly, they don t know the background to every programme and presenter.. Make sure there s just enough information to allow the judges to put the piece into perspective (i.. the listener s perspective).. (up to 55 MB) to consist of a.. minimum of 4 extracts.. A7: Best Sports Programme.. This category is for any programme that is.. specifically dedicated to the coverage and/or discussion of sporting events and/or issues.. Judges will be looking at the whole programme and seeking to reward outstanding content and presentation that informs and engages the target audience.. When putting your audio together, think first and foremost about submitting your very best bits Has is got emotion? Does it inform and/or entertain? Don t focus on maximum duration - if you think you ve nailed it 20 minutes in, then stop.. Sometimes less really is more!.. A8: Best News & Current Affairs Programme.. This category is for any news or current affairs focused programme broadcast on a regular basis, typically every day or every week.. Judges will be looking at the whole programme and seeking to reward outstanding content and presentation that delivers relevant and informed journalism to the target audience.. The best entries always show a strong mix of content interviews, location material, features and lively presenting.. It s also worth remembering that this category isn t about recognising the strength of a single presenter or a single interview it s the programme as a whole that the judges are interested in.. Don t feel that it is only the big wow stories that will impress - quality treatment of bread and butter news that is well targeted at its audience is just as likely (if not more likely) to impress.. A9: Best Coverage of a Live Event.. This category is for coverage of a scheduled.. live.. event.. Typical examples might include a music concert, a state occasion or a sporting event.. Judges will be looking at the way in which entrants have used the techniques of radio to convey the essence and experience of the event to those who are not present.. Judges will also pay attention to the launch of and build up to the event, where relevant.. This category is full to the brim with a huge range of events, treatments and budgets.. What makes an entry stand out is how well targeted the storytelling is for its intended audience and how well the event is brought to life for those listening.. Tell the judges who your audience is and let your audio show the judges how well you served them.. (up to 55MB) to consist of.. across the life of the event, lasting.. Extracts must be separated by a fade into and out of a 1 second gap, so that it is clear to the judges where each extract begins and ends.. A10: Best Community Programming.. This category is for any social action initiative, campaign, programme or series that has been used to engage the listening public in a positive, community-focused way.. The judges will be seeking to reward compelling and powerful programming that has made an impact in, for example, fundraising, heightening public awareness and understanding of an issue, and/or inspiring change within a community.. Please note that community stations are eligible to enter any of the award categories not just this one.. This category is for community-focused programmes not simply community radio station programming.. This category always attracts a broad range of entries so it s important that entries tell their story effectively.. Key questions to ask before submitting does this entry demonstrate that we have made a difference and how good is the audio in telling the story? This category is about being a catalyst for change rather than simply showing that you ve got a great relationship with your listeners.. It's also worth remembersing that the written blurb will never persuade the judges over the audio.. (up to 55MB) to consist of.. EITHER a single broadcast OR a compilation of a minimum of 4 extracts.. across the life of the initiative, campaign or series, lasting no longer than 30 minutes in total.. If you are submitting a compilation, extracts must be separated by a fade into and out of a.. 1 second gap, so that it is clear to the judges where each extract begins and ends.. Additional Information Hard Copies.. If you wish to include hard copies of additional information (promotional materials, press releases/cuttings, visuals etc.. ) to support your entry, you may do so for this category.. Please supply.. 6 copies in 6 separate envelopes.. , each envelope clearly labelled with your entry details.. Send to:.. Radio Academy Awards.. Category: A10.. rd.. Floor, 55 New Oxford Street.. London WC1A 1BS.. Please note that these must reach us.. no later than Monday 10.. PS: Please don t overload the judges with additional information remember it s the audio and the context provided on your entry form that really counts!.. B1: Music Radio Personality of the Year.. This category is for personality-led presenters of music based programming.. Presenter duos/teams may also enter here.. Judges will be looking to reward outstanding presenters/duos/teams who deserve particular recognition for their overall style, the integration of music within their programme and their interaction and rapport with the target audience.. that entrants must choose to enter.. either.. Music Radio Personality of the Year.. or.. Music Broadcaster of the Year, not both.. "Things that work well in this category are entertainment value, range, and creativity.. Presenters who instinctively understand what will hold the interest of the target listener and who draw them into the  ...   part of the overall judgement.. In a nutshell, the judges are looking for a stand out brand in the wider radio landscape.. Please note:.. the station/brand.. must.. have been broadcasting for a minimum of 12 months from 1.. st.. January 2013, although elements within the brand may have been launched within the last 12 months and will be eligible.. You will be asked to supply RAJAR information, including details for Qtr 4, when completing the entry form for this category.. We understand that the latter will not be available to stations until 5.. February 2013 and for this reason, the deadline for submitting an entry into this category has been extended to.. 00pm on Friday 7.. February 2013.. All entries must be completed and submitted online.. ONE MP3 BEST OF 2013 COMPILATION.. a minimum of 6 examples.. of the station s best output during 2013 (lasting.. Category: C5.. Your online submission must be completed and uploaded no later than 5.. D1: Best Music Feature or Documentary.. This category is for a feature, special or documentary style programme that focuses specifically on a musical topic or event.. This is likely to be a one-off programme or a limited-run series.. Daily/weekly programmes have their own categories (please see Group A Programme Awards) and should not be entered here.. One-off specials of daily/weekly programmes may be submitted provided they are clearly different to the programme s usual output.. Judges will be looking to reward outstanding examples of production (where appropriate), creativity and presentation.. Put yourself in the minds of the judges, who may or may not have heard of you or your station.. Making sure the first few minutes of your entry blows them away is vital.. Sometimes, as the producer, you may be too close to the programme to judge, so get someone else to listen, as this is one of those occasions where you really do only have one shot to make a first impression.. One mp3.. a single programme.. ,.. a compilation of extracts across the programme/series.. lasting.. no longer than 60 minutes.. If you are submitting a compilation, extracts must be separated by a fade into and out of a 1.. These should also be supplied in chronological order, as broadcast.. D2: Best News Feature or Documentary.. This category is for a feature, special or documentary style programme that focuses on topical and/or news orientated issues.. Judges will be looking to recognise programmes that have their basis in journalism and reward outstanding production (where appropriate) and analysis.. This award honours the very best in British radio journalism.. Entries should offer something unique.. They need to go beyond the day-to-day news agenda, exposing issues behind the headlines and unearthing stories that haven't been told before.. The best entries have strong production values and original treatments that make them must-listen pieces.. D3: Best Feature or Documentary.. This category is for a feature, special or documentary style programme on any subject other than music or news/topical issues.. Music and news focused features have their own categories (D1 and D2) and should not be entered here.. Judges will be looking to reward outstanding programmes that showcase the art, craft and creativity of radio feature making.. Audience feedback is interesting for judges to have.. Critical feedback is good too.. Be wary however of including commissioner feedback, especially on its own without audience or critical feedback.. Sometimes, one commissioner can be quoted on half a dozen entries and no judge likes to be told what to think!.. D4: Best Comedy.. This category is for any programme or individual performance in which the primary objective is to make listeners laugh.. This could be a one-off programme, a limited run series or a regularly scheduled programme.. Judges will be looking to reward programmes that can demonstrate the skill of comedy in both its writing and overall delivery or performance.. Please note that programmes entered into the Best Entertainment (A5) category will.. not.. This can be a broad category with a wide range of entries but as judges, we always find it easy to agree on what we re looking for.. In fact, it s really rather simple.. We want to hear things that make us laugh.. Creativity and good production are important, but above all else, it has to be funny.. If it won't make us laugh, don't enter it - but if you think it will, please do.. We need a laugh.. a single broadcast/programme or a compilation of extracts across the series.. D5: Best Drama.. This category celebrates the production of all types of radio drama, from series or serials and one-off plays, through to straightforward readings.. Judges will be looking to reward outstanding dramas that are well-written and performed, providing a must listen for their intended audience.. As judges we re interested in the storytelling - but it s more about the telling than the story; we d rather hear an ordinary story told wonderfully than a wonderful story told ordinarily.. How the drama has dealt with the absence of visuals is key as that s what makes a good radio drama great.. (up to 55MB) consisting of.. a single broadcast/programme or a compilation of extracts.. from the series/serial.. Please note that scripts are not required.. Additional Audio.. If you are unable to restrict your entry to 60 minutes, you may supply.. copies of your full entry.. on CD.. and we will send these on to the judges.. Category: D5.. E1: Best Creative Innovation.. This category recognises editorial innovation in online, mobile, social or other digital platforms and how that innovation adds to the experience of the listener.. The Judges will be looking for evidence of how innovative use of content generated through platforms such as social media, online, DTV or mobile has enhanced the on-air editorial of the programme or station that content is associated with, or brought new listening experiences to UK consumers.. This innovation may relate to a regular or one-off broadcast or on-going activity.. Judges will be looking for evidence of true innovation and they'll be seeking to reward entries that brilliantly work social or connected media with audio content to truly enhance the listening experience.. Entrants should be aware that this is not a technology award - judges are looking to reward outstanding innovation that has led to the listening experience being enhanced in some way.. The innovation.. therefore be directly related to the audio and entries will be judged both on the strength of the audio submission and the innovation surrounding it.. To be considered for this award, you ll need to complete an entry form and upload the following audio:.. (up to 55MB) containing as-broadcast evidence of the radio output relating to the innovation.. Audio must not exceed 30 minutes in duration.. If the innovation will still be active during the judging period (February to March 2014) please include instructions on how to access it on the entry form.. URLs that link to online supporting information describing/showcasing the innovation and evidence of its success, can also be submitted via the entry form.. These might include websites, microsites, social media sites, online production tools etc.. Additional supporting information that you are unable to include in the above (eg.. printed materials, demonstrations, USB keys, DVDs etc) can be sent as hard copies and will be distributed to the judges.. Please supply.. 4 copies.. in.. 4 separate and clearly labelled A4 envelopes.. Category: E1.. Please note that these must reach us no later than.. Monday 10.. E2: Best Technical Innovation.. This category seeks to recognise break-through innovations which have directly enhanced the listener experience or significantly changed the business or distribution model to enable radio services and radio brands to better serve their audiences and/or find new audiences.. This may include apps, website innovations, software development, new platforms and other uses of technology including production and distribution of audio.. What is the technical innovation that has enhanced the enjoyment or experience to the listener or commercial benefits to the organisation? How did it make, or is it making, a significant difference?.. All entries should describe a public-facing service accompanied by clear evidence of its success.. "This award is for true technical innovation in connection to any aspect of the radio industry.. The clear criteria judges will be debating are how your innovation has changed the listening or audience experience for the better in some way.. How you demonstrate this is up to you, but you are strongly advised to supply evidence of some description.. To be considered for this award, you ll need to complete an entry form and submit the following:.. that audio is.. mandatory for this category and you only need to submit if you feel it is appropriate and supports the entry.. URLs that link to online supporting information describing/showcasing the technical innovation being entered, and evidence of its success, can also be submitted via the entry form.. Please supply.. Category: E2.. F1: Station of the Year (Under 1 Million).. This category is for stations with a potential adult listenership, published TSA or editorial coverage of under 1 million.. Judges will be seeking to reward stations that can demonstrate how they have excelled across the year and provided essential listening for their target audience.. While the audio will be the primary determining factor, judges will also take into account RAJAR information, consistency of programming and clarity of the station s purpose and feel.. Entrants will be prompted to supply this information on the entry form.. Stations.. January 2013.. no entry is required from stations with a TSA of.. 300,000 or under.. as winning stations from.. The 2013 Radio Academy Nations Regions Awards.. have already qualified and will automatically be put forward.. Station of the Year entries that can convey a clear sense of the station's identity throughout the entire audio are the ones that tend to stand out.. This is not a category where just putting together a compilation of your best bits is enough.. You need to convey to the judges that the station has a clear sound and dynamic that runs through each segment of the entry.. The written element is also important to explain what the station has achieved.. More than anything, clear evidence that the station understands the audience it is targeting and has done so successfully should be an aim for any entry.. Please refer to.. no longer than 45 minutes.. You should endeavour to demonstrate the breadth and range of your output in these examples.. Please note that telescoping in and out of music tracks, ad breaks and promos is permitted within the submissions.. All other content should be included in full, as broadcast.. Category: F1.. The aim of the Station of the Year categories is to recognise outstanding stations whose programming has been created in the UK and is intended for UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man listeners.. All audio submitted into this category must have been broadcast between.. All entries must be authorised by the Station Manager, or person of similar seniority.. Please note that all.. stations entering the Station of the Year categories.. have been broadcasting.. for.. a minimum of 12 months.. from.. Internet Stations and all stations broadcasting via the.. BBC National Digital Network.. and the.. Digital One Network.. or on a.. national platform.. such as.. DAB, Freeview or Sky.. enter the.. category.. No entry is required from stations with a TSA of.. have already qualified and will automatically be put forward into this category.. Submissions by.. RSLs.. cannot be considered for a Station of the Year Award, but can be entered in all other categories.. The closing date for entry into any of the Station of the Year categories is.. F2: Station of the Year (1 Million plus).. This category is for individual stations (not networks) with a potential adult listenership, published TSA or editorial coverage of 1 million plus.. Internet stations and all stations broadcasting via.. BBC National DAB.. and.. National Digital One.. networks are.. eligible in this category and should enter.. F3 UK Station of the Year.. Category: F2.. F3: UK Station of the Year.. This category is for stations or networks broadcasting on a national platform such as DAB, Freeview or Sky.. If you are surveyed via RAJAR as a national station or brand, this is the category for you.. networks.. enter this category.. Category: F3.. is a lifetime achievement award that aims to recognise a substantive body of work over at least a couple of decades.. Previous recipients have been:.. Frank Muir Denis Norden.. David Jacobs.. British Forces Broadcasting Service.. John Timpson.. The Archers.. Gerald Mansell.. Tony Blackburn.. Roy Hudd.. Charlie Gillett.. Humphrey Lyttleton.. Kenny Everett.. Alistair Cooke.. Richard Baker.. Jimmy Young OBE.. Chris Evans.. Zoe Ball.. Ralph Bernard.. Chris Tarrant.. John Peel.. John Humphrys.. Johnnie Walker.. Steve Wright.. Sir Terry Wogan.. Paul Gambaccini.. Brian Matthew.. Neil Fox.. Trevor Nelson.. Jenni Murray.. Nicholas Parsons.. Richard Park.. This Award lies within the gift of The Radio Academy Awards Organising Committee but nominations are welcome.. To submit a nomination, please email.. Specials@radioacademy.. org.. letting us know the name of the recipient, the award you are putting them forward for and a few sentences to explain why.. Nominations will be accepted until 5.. 00pm on Friday 21st February 2014.. aims to recognise a significant (and recent) contribution made by a station, team, individual or special event/initiative in promoting, inspiring or progressing UK radio.. Jimmy Gordon.. Derek Chinnery.. Parliamentary Broadcasting - LBC/IRN.. Brian Hayes.. Thena Heshel.. John Whitney.. The BBC Drama Company.. BBC Light Entertainment.. BBC World Service.. Sir RichardAttenborough.. Misha Glenny.. BBC Radio Ulster and Downtown Radio.. The RDS Development Team.. Peter Baldwin CBE.. The Proms - Henry Wood Promenade Concerts.. Les Ross - BRMB.. Michael Green - BBC.. Quentin Howard - GWR.. Cliff Morgan.. Alex Dickson.. Roger Bennett - BBC Bristol.. Piers Plowright.. Alan Freeman.. Sir Terry Wogan KBE.. Derek Cooper OBE.. Jonathan Ross.. Ian Robertson.. UK Radio Aid.. The Beethoven Experience - BBC Radio 3.. Jenny Abramsky DBE.. Paul Brown CBE.. BFBS.. Annie Nightingale.. Classic FM.. Steve Lamacq..

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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards
    Descriptive info: Judges A-B.. Judges C-F.. Judges G-I.. Judges J-L.. Judges M-O.. Judges P-R.. Judges S-U.. Judges V-Z.. Spanning three decades,.. are without doubt the most established, respected and coveted awards in the UK radio industry's calendar.. As you'd expect, competition is always tough and the 2014 Awards are no exception! All those nominated have proven their ability to raise the bar and are at the very top of their game.. That's why we take the business of judging so seriously, carefully selecting and balancing each panel and doing all that we can to ensure as robust and transparent a process as possible.. A few things you may not know.. A separate panel of judges is put together for each category and each panel is guided in  ...   are asked to cast any personal and professional loyalties aside, basing their judgements solely on the entry submitted and not on any previous knowledge or experience they may have of the programme or station.. There is no secret formula judges listen to each entry and make their evaluations based strictly on the audio received, with the written summaries providing the context.. Each panel works totally independently from each other there is no cross-referencing or consultation between panels.. An entry will never be snubbed or rewarded on the basis of whether it s been entered into another category, or how well it might be doing elsewhere or has done in previous years.. For information on the.. 2014 Judges.. , click on the lists to the left..

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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards | 2014 - Programme Awards - Breakfast Show of the Year (10 million plus)
    Descriptive info: The 2014 Nominees > Breakfast Show of the Year (10 million plus).. Nomination.. 5 live Breakfast.. Nicky Campbell - Presenter.. Rachel Burden - Presenter.. Gill Farrington - Editor.. 5 live Breakfast team - Producers.. BBC Radio 5 live.. KISS Breakfast with Rickie, Melvin & Charlie.. Andy Roberts - Group Programme Director.. Simon Long - Dep Programme Director.. Adam K - Producer.. Rickie Haywood Williams - Presenter.. Melvin O'Doom - Presenter.. Charlie Hedges - Presenter.. Dan Hudson - Assistant Producer.. KISS.. Nick Ferrari at Breakfast.. Nick Ferrari - LBC 97.. 3 presenter.. Christian Mitchell - Senior Producer.. Caroline Allen - Producer.. Hollie Atherton - set-up Producer.. Clive Jones -  ...   Ross.. Penny Smith and Paul Ross - Presenters.. Angela Davies - Producer.. Lorraine Maguire and Abigail Lewis - Senior Broadcast Journalists.. Elisa Kennedy - Assistant Producer.. Jason Rosam - Reporter.. Gurpreet Sokhi - Broadcast Assistant.. Ola French - Tech Op.. BBC London 94.. 9 Team -.. 9FM.. The Capital Breakfast Show with Dave Berry & Lisa Snowdon.. Dave Berry - Presenter.. Lisa Snowdon - Presenter.. Dominic Byrne - Newsreader.. Richard Steel - Executive Producer.. Paul Phelps - Breakfast Producer.. Rob Watson - Communications Producer.. Joe Lyons - Breakfast Assistant.. Ashley Bard - Imaging Producer.. Robert D'Ovidio - Managing Editor.. Mike Parker - Deputy Managing Editor.. 95.. 8 Capital FM..

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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards | Winners | 2014 | Programme Awards | Breakfast Show of the Year (10 million plus)
    Descriptive info: The Winners 2014.. The Winners 2013.. The Winners 2012.. The Winners 2011.. The Winners 2010.. The Winners 2014 Breakfast Show of the Year (10 million plus).. WINNER: GOLD.. Please note: this audio is for online streaming purposes only, downloading or copying this audio is strictly prohibited by the licence holders.. What the Judges Said.. This show has a big, original, confident feel with strong treatments of ideas, spontaneous performances by the hosts and a talkability factor that not only covers the agenda but sets it, for its  ...   puts the listener experience at the heart of the agenda.. WINNER: BRONZE.. This show captured the ears of London with a strong sense of the stories that mattered to its audience with an impressive sense of being out and about in London.. Nomination.. Strong presenter team that consistently demonstrated a deep understanding of their audience with fun, creative content delivered with conviction and pace.. Led by a strong big personality this breakfast programme has shown the way in how to create headlines whilst simultaneously making politicians appear human..

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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards | Gallery
    Descriptive info: Photo Gallery.. Winners 2014.. Winners 2013.. Arrivals 2013.. Winners 2012.. Arrivals 2012.. Event 2012.. Winners 2011.. Click the thumbnails to enlarge.. (Photo: Karwai Tang / Rex Features)">.. (Photo: Dave Fisher / Rex Features)">..

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  • Title: Radio Academy Awards | News | 2014 RADIO ACADEMY AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED
    Descriptive info: Awards 2014.. Awards 2013.. Awards 2012.. Latest News - Awards 2014.. May 2014.. 2014 RADIO ACADEMY AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED.. April 2014.. Live Performances Announced for 2014 Awards!.. 2014 Gold Award Recipient and Additional Awards Partners Announced.. 2014 Awards Partners: PRS for Music, SGPB Hambros & RCS.. 2014 NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED!.. Date & Hosts Announced for the 2014 NOMINATIONS!.. December 2013.. 2014 Awards - CALL FOR ENTRIES!.. 2014 AWARDS CATEGORIES ANNOUNCED!.. September 2013.. The Radio Academy Announces 2014 Awards Committee.. Posted: 12/05/2014.. BBC Radio 2 crowned UK Station of the Year.. 8 Capital s Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon take coveted.. Breakfast Gold.. First Radio Academy Award Golds for Greg James,.. Jamie Cullum and Scroobius Pip.. Absolute Radio Scoops Radio Brand of the Year.. Nottingham s Sam Amy honoured with Music Radio Personality of the Year.. Absolute Radio s Christian O Connell continues his Gold rush.. Zane Lowe, Frank Skinner, Victoria Derbyshire.. Danny Baker all strike Gold on the night.. Tony Blackburn honoured with The Gold Award.. LBC receive The Special Award for.. Call Clegg.. Ask Boris.. Monday 12th May 2014:.. The winners of the.. 2014 Radio Academy Awards.. , the UK s most prestigious radio accolades, were announced this evening at a glamorous ceremony, which was hosted by BBC Radio 2 s.. and featured exclusive live performances from the chart topping.. Kaiser Chiefs.. and platinum-selling tenor.. Alfie Boe.. Described by judges as.. quite simply, at the top of its game.. , BBC Radio 2 was crowned.. , seeing off stiff competition from fellow nominees BBC Radio 4 and talkSPORT.. 8 Capital s dream team of Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon triumphed with their first Radio Academy Gold for.. , with BBC 5 live Breakfast taking Silver and BBC London 94.. 9 s Penny Smith Paul Ross taking Bronze.. Judges said of the winning programme:.. This show has a big, original, confident feel with strong treatments of ideas.. was won by Iain Lee for BBC Three Counties Radio.. Absolute Radio had much to celebrate with a tally of four Golds; comedian.. turned DJ Frank Skinner winning.. Best Speech Programme,.. Christian O Connell continuing his Gold rush by adding.. Best Use Of Branded Content.. to his record-breaking Radio Academy Awards Gold haul, plus Golds in new category.. Best Technical Innovation.. and for.. , in which the judges acknowledged.. a genuine and complete cohesion on and off-air.. Bauer Radio stable-mates KISS FM UK were honoured with.. The evening was also golden for BBC Radio 1 s popular afternoon host, Greg James, taking.. Jamie Cullum won his first Radio Academy Gold in the.. category, and XFM mix-master Scroobius Pip beat off strong opposition from David Rodigan, Zane Lowe, Mistajam and Mark Radcliffe to take the trophy for.. for his show,.. The Beatdown on XFM.. But, you can t keep a good man down and Zane Lowe was once again anointed.. 3 s rising star Tom Swarbrick collected his first Gold for.. National Radio Journalist.. of the Year.. , with LBC picking up a second Gold for.. bringing Global Radio s Gold haul to an impressive five wins equalled only by BBC Radio 4.. East Midlands brightest morning stars Sam Amy, who present the weekday Breakfast Show on Gem 106, won.. Music Radio Personality of the Year,.. successfully defeating seasoned broadcasters Chris Evans, Graham Norton, Radcliffe Maconie, and last year s winner Christian O Connell, achieving the first ever local radio win in this category.. Judges praised the pair s.. honest, vivid, natural and laugh-out-loud storytelling.. Previous Radio Academy Awards honourees Danny Baker and Victoria Derbyshire, for BBC Radio 5 live, emerged victorious once again with Golds for.. Speech Radio Broadcaster of the Year.. respectively, with Danny s win giving him his fourth consecutive Gold in as many years.. Last summer s Wimbledon triumph was celebrated with Golds for BBC Global News Creative Services for BBC World Service in.. and BBC Radio 5 live s.. The Day We Won Wimbledon.. In a night that celebrated the rich diversity of UK radio, BBC Radio 4 scored an impressive three out of five Golds in the Production Awards for.. -.. Soul Music: Strange Fruit.. The Secret World.. The Morpeth Carol.. Presenter Gemma Cairney accepted the.. Best.. News Feature or Documentary.. Gold for markthreemedia s.. Tempted by Teacher.. production, broadcast on BBC Radio 1, and BBC Radio 3 went home with the.. Best Feature or Documentary.. Gold for BBC Bristol s.. Between the Ears: Mighty Beast.. In addition to the 32 judged categories, The Radio Academy Awards Organising Committee honoured broadcasting legend Tony Blackburn with.. in celebration of his 50.. year in radio, and the LBC Production and Presentation team accepted.. for their ground-breaking phone-in programmes.. , which, for the first time in UK radio, placed politicians in front of the mic, hosting their own shows on a regular basis.. In honouring.. Tony Blackburn.. with The Gold Award, the citation read:.. He has become an icon of British broadcasting with a commitment to and a love for radio that remains unmatched by just about anyone in the medium today.. 50 years on the air and still going strong.. For The Special Award, the.. LBC Production and Presentation Team.. was praised for their.. innovative strand of weekly programmes that put commercial radio on the news agenda, right across the year.. The ceremony also recognised the 40.. anniversary of commercial radio with  ...   BBC Radio 4.. Bronze: Melvyn Bragg BBC Factual for BBC Radio 4.. Nominee: Justin Webb BBC News for BBC Radio 4.. Nominee: Rony Robinson BBC Radio Sheffield.. Gold: Tom Swarbrick LBC 97.. Silver: Becky Milligan BBC Radio 4.. Bronze: Ian Pannell BBC News for BBC Radio 4 BBC World Service.. Nominee: Declan Harvey BBC News for BBC Radio 1 1Xtra Newsbeat.. Nominee: Jon Manel BBC Radio 4.. Gold: BBC Radio Norfolk News Team BBC Radio Norfolk.. Silver: Radio City City Talk News Team Radio City City Talk.. Bronze: The Nolan Show Team BBC Radio Ulster.. Nominee: Heart North West and Wales News Team Heart North West and Wales.. Nominee: Jo Taylor BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.. Best Interview of the Year.. Gold: Winifred Robinson interviews Ralph Bulger BBC Radio Documentaries for BBC Radio 4.. Silver: Iain Dale interviews James in Woolwich LBC 97.. Bronze: Becky Milligan interviews the wife of a child sex offender BBC Radio 4.. Nominee: Iain Lee interviews Stephen Conroy BBC Three Counties Radio.. Nominee: Stephen Sackur interviews Pavel Khodorkovsky BBC News for BBC World Service.. Gold: The Christian O Connell Breakfast Show with Wickes Absolute Radio.. Silver: More Tomorrows on Classic FM with Cancer Research UK Classic FM.. Bronze: The Manuscript with Just for Men TBI Media for Absolute Radio.. Nominee: BOWIE with the Victoria Albert Museum TBI Media for Absolute Radio.. Nominee: XFM Presents with Ford SYNC The XFM Network.. Gold: Wimbledon 2013 BBC Global News Creative Services for BBC World Service.. Silver: The Sound of Cinema on 6 Music BBC Radio 6 Music.. Bronze: Saturday Night at the Movies with Howard Goodall Classic FM.. Nominee: The Last Of Us XFM/Global Radio Creative/Drum for The XFM Network.. Nominee: The Voices of Birmingham and the Black Country BBC WM 95.. 6 and Fresh Air Production for BBC WM 95.. Gold: The Heart House Heart West Midlands.. Silver: 500 Words BBC Radio 2.. Bronze: Fifty Grand Friday Real Radio Group.. Nominee: A Flag for Worcestershire BBC Hereford Worcester.. Nominee: Christian O Connell - Make Em or Break Em! Absolute Radio.. Gold: KISS FM (UK).. Silver: TeamRock Radio.. Bronze: BBC Radio 2.. Nominee: BBC Radio 6 Music.. Nominee: The Capital Network.. Gold: The Absolute Radio Network.. Silver: KISS UK.. Bronze: Capital.. Nominee: Classic FM.. Nominee: Planet Rock.. Best Music Feature or Documentary.. Gold: Soul Music: Strange Fruit BBC Bristol for BBC Radio 4.. Silver: Adam Buxton on David Bowie BBC Radio 6 Music.. Bronze: Who Sold The Soul Factual Music Department, BBC Wales for BBC Radio 4.. Nominee: The Dambusters 70 Years On TBI Media with Snappin Turtle Productions for BBC Radio 2.. Nominee: The Sash My Father Wore BBC Radio Ulster.. Best News Feature or Documentary.. Gold: Tempted by Teacher markthree media for BBC Radio 1.. Silver: Assignment: The Man Who Fell to Earth BBC Radio Current Affairs for BBC World Service.. Bronze: Slavery on our Streets LBC 97.. Nominee: Crossroads: The Girls Prison Radio Association for BBC Radio 1.. Nominee: The Assassination of JFK: Minute by Minute TBI Media for BBC Radio 2.. Between the Ears: Mighty Beast BBC Bristol for BBC Radio 3.. Silver: Johnny Cash and the Forgotten Prison Blues Unique for BBC Radio 4.. Bronze: The Day We Won Wimbledon BBC Radio 5 live.. Nominee: A Different Kind of Justice Somethin Else for BBC Radio 4.. Nominee: Advice from the Edge of Life BBC Radio Scotland.. The Secret World BBC Radio Comedy for BBC Radio 4.. Silver: John Finnemore s Souvenir Programme BBC Radio Comedy for BBC Radio 4.. Bronze: Here Be Dragons John Stanley Productions Ltd for BBC Radio Wales.. Nominee: Bridget Christie Minds The Gap BBC Radio Comedy for BBC Radio 4.. Nominee: The Blagger s Guide To Doctor Who Unique for BBC Radio 2.. Best Drama.. Gold: The Morpeth Carol BBC Radio Drama London for BBC Radio 4.. Silver: Darkside BBC Radio Drama London for BBC Radio 2.. Bronze: Lost and Found BBC Salford for BBC Radio 4.. Nominee: Babbage Pier Productions Ltd for BBC Radio 3.. Nominee: How To Have A Perfect Marriage Sparklab Productions for BBC Radio 4.. Gold: #Lipdublincoln BBC Radio Lincolnshire.. Silver: Now Playing @6Music Somethin Else for BBC Radio 6 Music.. Bronze: The voice of the under 20s across the UK Podium.. me.. Nominee: #BBCtrending BBC Radio Current Affairs for BBC World Service.. Nominee: TBI Minute by Minute Interactive TBI Media.. Gold: InStream for Absolute Radio Absolute Radio.. Silver: Multi Player Competition Technology Wise Buddah.. Bronze: Responsive Radio and Unified Station Management University Radio Bath.. Nominee: BBC Playlister BBC Radio Multiplatform BBC Future Media.. Nominee: RadioDNS Hybrid Radio in a Smartphone Global Radio Creative Technology.. Station of the Year (under 1 million).. Gold: BBC Tees.. Nominee: Moray Firth Radio.. Nominee: National Prison Radio.. Station of the Year (1 million plus).. Gold: BBC Radio Ulster.. Nominee: LBC 97.. Nominee: Metro Radio.. UK Station of the Year.. Gold: BBC Radio 2.. Nominee: BBC Radio 4.. Nominee: talkSPORT.. Gold Award.. Special Award.. The Production Presentation Team for Call Clegg Ask Boris - LBC.. For further information contact:.. Kate Etteridge / Karen McNamara at LD Communications.. T: 0 207 439 7222.. E:.. kate.. etteridge@ldcommunications.. co.. uk.. /.. Karen.. mcnamara@ldcommunications.. Riza Jones Mandy O Connor at The Radio Academy.. T: 020 3174 1179.. E:.. RI.. ZA.. MANDY.. Add a comment:.. Your Name:.. Email:.. Please enter the characters you see in the picture above:..

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