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Tuesday, 19 March, 2002, 07:42 GMT
Sony Radio Awards: Nominations
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The full list of nominees is as follows

Daily music programme
Late Junction (BBC Radio 3); Simon James & Hill (105.4 Century FM); Steve Wright In The Afternoon (BBC Radio 2); The Late Lounge (Jazz FM); The Pete & Geoff Show (Virgin Radio)

Weekly music programme
Andy Kershaw (BBC Radio 3); Celtic Connections (BBC Radio Scotland); Classic Tales (Classic FM); The Critical List (BBC Radio 2); The Jonathan Ross Show (BBC Radio 2)

Breakfast music
Bam Bam Breakfast (Kiss 100); Hirsty's Morning Glory (96.9 Viking FM); Jo & Twiggy (96 Trent FM); Wake Up To Wogan (BBC Radio 2); Xfm Breakfast Session With Christian O'Connell (Xfm)

Specialist music
A Beginner's Guide To Reggae (BBC Radio 2); Charlie Gillett (BBC London 94.9); Mixing It (BBC Radio 3); Paul Oakenfold's Urban Soundtracks: Cleopatra (Galaxy Network); The Big Band Bash (BBC Radio 2)

Xfm Breakfast Session With Christian O'Connell - (Xfm); Chris Moyles (BBC Radio 1); Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant (Xfm); Terry Garoghan's Last Bus To Whitehawk (Southern FM); The Jonathan Ross Show (BBC Radio 2)

Music special
Badly Drawn America (BBC Radio 1); Ilkley Moor Blues (BBC Radio 4); Kenny Everett: The BBC Local Radio Years (BBC Local Radio); The House That Jack Built (Vibe FM); World Routes: Kershaw In Iraq (BBC Radio 3)

Music broadcaster
Big George (BBC Three Counties Radio); Mark Lamarr (BBC Radio 2); Mike Sweeney (Capital Gold Network); Paul Gambaccini (BBC Radio 2 and Classic FM); Sean Rafferty (BBC Radio 3)

News coverage
Foot & Mouth Coverage (BBC Radio Cumbria); Holy Cross Girls School Dispute (BBC Radio Ulster); Leeds United Trial (96.3 Radio Aire & Magic 828); The Fall of Kabul (BBC World Service); Today Programme: Race Riots (BBC Radio 4)

News programme
Document: The Day They Made It Rain (BBC Radio 4): Six News (Magic 828); Six O'Clock News (BBC Radio 4); The Great Heck Rail Crash: Countdown To A Tragedy (BBC Radio York); The Real Jeffrey Archer - (BBC Radio Five Live)

Breakfast news & talk
Five Live Breakfast: Holy Cross (BBC Five Live); Five Live Breakfast: New York (BBC Five Live); Good Morning Ulster (BBC Northern Ireland); Ronnie Barbour Breakfast Show (BBC Radio Cambridgeshire); Liz Kershaw Breakfast Show (BBC Radio Northampton)

Back to Front: The Test Of The Century (BBC Radio 4); Chiles on Saturday (BBC Five Live); Hou Let The Reds Out (Radio City 96.7); It's A Money Old Game (Clyde 1 & Clyde 2); The Day The Dell Died (BBC Radio Solent)

95.8 Capital FM's Party In The Park (95.8 Capital FM); Old Firm Day (BBC Radio Scotland); Remembrance Sunday 2001 (BBC Radio 4); The Longest Breakfast Show (96.9 Viking FM); Walsall Play-off Final Special (BBC WM)

News broadcaster
Fi Glover (BBC Radio Five Live); Howard Hughes (95.8 Capital FM); Kevin Murphy (commercial radio network); Nicky Campbell (BBC Radio Five Live); Peter Allen & Jane Garvey (BBC Radio Five Live)

Omnibus: The Avega Widows (BBC World Service); Our Word Lives On (BBC Radio 4); Roots Of Homophobia (BBC Radio 4); Someone Somewhere (BBC Radio 4); The Irving Trial: What Really Happened (BBC Radio 4)

Short form
A Self Portrait Of Bristol's Muslims (BBC Radio Bristol); Fresh Air Kids (BBC Radio 4); Soundscape: The Swallow's Journey (BBC Radio 4); Talk Back (BBC Radio Ulster); UB40 21st Anniversary (100.7 Heart FM)

A Caribbean Night (BBC Radio 3); On The Ropes: Judith & Alan Kilshaw (BBC Radio 4); Something Understood: Become As Little Children - (BBC Radio 4); Sunday Service (BBC Radio Five Live); Susan McReynolds: The Nine-Line (BBC Radio Foyle)

I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue (BBC Radio 4); Little Britain (BBC Radio 4); The Hudson & Pepperdine Show (BBC Radio 4); The Sunday Format - (BBC Radio 4); Think The Unthinkable (BBC Radio 4)

A Woman In Waiting (BBC Radio 4); Blunt Speaking (BBC Radio 4); Dear Doctor Goebbels (BBC Radio 4); Fall Out (BBC Radio 4); The Prince Of West End Avenue (BBC World Service)

Speech broadcaster
Alan Green (BBC Five Live); John Waite (BBC Radio 4); Lesley Riddoch (BBC Radio Scotland); Mark Pougatch (BBC Radio Five Live); Terry Garoghan (Southern FM)

Talking Point (BBC World Service); The Andrew Peach Programme (BBC Radio Berkshire); The Baldy Brothers (100-102 Century FM); The Magnificent Seven (BBC Radio Five Live); The Stephen Nolan Show (Belfast City Beat)

From Me To You (BBC Local Radio); Kiss In The Community: Centrepoint (Kiss 100); Nightline (BBC Radio Cumbria); Pillars Of Faith (BBC Radio 1); Radio 1 Essentials (BBC Radio 1)

Alka XS Go (Kiss 100); Fat Boy Slim Mixing Competition (BBC Radio 1); Graham Torrington's Late Night Love: Cuffed Couple 2 (GWR Group stations); Live With The Morning Crew (Mercia FM); Quit From Your Quilt (96.3 Radio Aire)

Station sound
BBC Radio 4; BBC Radio Suffolk; Capital Gold Network; Key 103 Manchester; Kiss 100

Station of the year(audience under 300,000)
BBC Radio Foyle; FM103 Horizon; Moray Firth Radio

Station of the year (audience 300,000 to one million)
BBC Radio Cumbria; BBC Three Counties Radio; Lincs FM

Station of the year (audience over one million)
BBC Radio Ulster; Radio City 96.7; Xfm

Station of the year (digital terrestrial)
Cube; Oneword Radio; Primetime Radio

Station of the Year (national)
BBC Radio Five Live; BBC Radio 4; BBC Radio 2.

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