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Friday, 3 May, 2002, 06:10 GMT 07:10 UK
Sony Awards 2002: The winners
John Peel
John Peel: Recognised for his contribution to broadcasting
The list of main winners in each category in the Sony Awards.


  • Event: Remembrance Sunday (Radio 4)

  • Sports: Chiles on Saturday (5Live)

  • Feature: Roots Of Homophobia (Radio 4)

  • Music special: Badly Drawn America

    (Radio 1)

  • Interactive: The Stephen Nolan Show (Belfast City Beat)

  • News programme: The Day They Made It Rain (Radio 4)

  • News coverage: Holy Cross Girls School Dispute (BBC Radio Ulster)

  • News broadcaster: Peter Allen & Jane Garvey (5Live)

  • Daily music show: Pete & Geoff (Virgin Radio)

  • Weekly music show: Andy Kershaw (Radio 3)
  • Specialist music: Charlie Gillett (BBC London 94.9)

  • Short form: Fresh Air Kids (Radio 4)

  • Speech: A Caribbean Night (Radio 3)

  • Speech broadcaster: Alan Green (5Live)

  • Competition: Quit From Your Quilt (96.3 Radio Aire)

  • Community: Pillars Of Faith (Radio 1)

  • 2001 award: BBC World Service

  • Entertainment: Terry Garoghan's Last Bus To Whitehawk (Southern FM)

  • Drama: Woman In Waiting (Radio 4)

  • Comedy: I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue (Radio 4)

  • Station sound: Kiss 100

  • Music broadcaster: Big George (Three Counties)

  • Breakfast music: Wake Up To Wogan (Radio 2)

  • Breakfast news & talk: 5Live Breakfast: New York

  • Station with audience under 300,000: FM103 Horizon

  • Station with audience 300,000-1m: BBC Radio Cumbria

  • Station with audience of 1m+: Radio City 96.7

  • Digital terrestrial station: Oneword Radio

  • National station: Radio 2

  • Gold award: John Peel
See also:

02 May 02 | TV and Radio
Radio award for 'unrivalled' Peel
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