Winners of the 2014 awards were announced on 3 June at Lambeth Palace. Simon Schama’s ‘Story of the Jews’ for BBC2 scooped first prize and the Radio Times Readers’ Award, while ‘I Have A Dream’, BBC Scotland, came top in the radio category.
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Edinburgh TV Festival
Don’t miss our panel debate at this year’s Edinburgh International Television Festival Speakers include Polly Toynbee, vice-president of the British Humanist Association; Roger Bolton, Radio 4 presenter and Sandford trustee; Aaqil Ahmed, BBC head of religion and ethics; Ralph Lee, Channel 4’s deputy chief creative officer; and Tony Jordan, screenwriter of Eastenders, Life on Mars, The Nativity and The Ark.
Why religious broadcasting?
Why does quality religious broadcasting matter? Read our blog and briefings to get the facts and figures about the state of religious broadcasting in the UK.