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Monday, 31 December, 2001, 00:01 GMT
Honours: Film and broadcasting
Last of the Summer Wine
OBE for Last of the Summer Wine creator
BBC Radio 2 DJ Jimmy Young is just one of a number of figures in the world of broadcasting to be honoured this New Year.

There is an OBE for Roy Clarke, creator of the TV hit Last of the Summer Wine, the longest running comedy series in UK television.

Recent repeats have attracted eight million viewers for each show.

Jonathan Creek
Jonathan Creek: OBE for producer Verity Lambert
Verity Lambert, who recently produced the TV hits Jonathan Creek and the Cazalets, is made an OBE for services to film and television production.

Barbara Dickson (OBE), known for her string of early 80s hits including I Know Him So Well, is also an accomplished TV actress in shows such as Band of Gold and Taggart.

Peter Jules Turner, head of Community Services at broadcasting group Capital Radio, is made an MBE for services to community broadcasting.

An MBE goes to Sue Lloyd-Roberts, a BBC special correspondent, whose reports on the illicit taking and selling of human organs received widespread acclaim.

As well as honours for film director Alan Parker and actor Ben Kingsley, an OBE in the diplomatic list goes to Arnold Schwartzman, a leading figure in the British Academy of Film Television Arts in Los Angeles.

Mr Schwartzman's award is for services to the UK film industry in the US.

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