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Thursday, 31 January, 2002, 15:03 GMT
Broadcast Awards winners in full
The show generated hundreds of complaints
The paedophile spoof received hundreds of complaints
The winners of the Broadcast Awards have been announced, with Channel 4's controversial show Brass Eye, a spoof on how the media treats paedophilia, winning best comedy.

Best multichannel programme

Banzai (Radar/RDF Media for C4)

Best children's programme

Newsround (CBBC for BBC One)

Best drama series or serial

Never Never (Company Pictures for Channel 4)

Best drama one-off

Tina Takes a Break (Blast! Films for Channel 4)

Best news programme

Channel 4 News 11 September US attacks (ITN for Channel 4)

Best documentary programme

Kelly and Her Sisters Carlton Production for ITV1)

Best documentary series

Blue Planet (BBC Natural History Unit for BBC 1)

Best comedy programme or series

Brass Eye Special (TalkBack for C4)

Best sports programme

The Real Brian Clough (Chrysalis Entertainment for Channel 4)

Best popular factual programme

Faking It (RDF Media for Channel 4)

Best light entertainment

So Graham Norton (So TV for Channel 4)

Best post-production house

The Farm

Best use of new media

Global E-Missions (Carlton Productions for ITV1)

Most successful international programme

The Weakest Link (BBC Worldwide for BBC)

Best independent production company

RDF

Best new programme

Banzai (Radar/RDF Media for Channel 4)

See also:

30 Jan 02 | Entertainment
Award nomination for Brass Eye
04 Oct 00 | Entertainment
Channel 4 comedy 'unacceptable'
27 Jul 01 | TV and Radio
TV satire sparks 1,500 complaints
06 Sep 01 | TV and Radio
Watchdog orders Brass Eye apology
01 Feb 01 | Entertainment
Broadcast prizes for reality shows
31 Jan 02 | TV and Radio
MPs' Brass Eye complaints rejected
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