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By February 7, 2014

This week saw the annual Broadcast Awards take place at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

'Broadchurch' won 2 awards on the night. Best International Programmes Sales and Best Drama Series. Editor Tim Porter worked on the series which beat off stiff competition in the Best Drama Series category from 'The Fall', 'In the Flesh' (Jules Hussey- Co-Producer and Costume Designer- Yves Barre, 'Last Tango in Halifax' and 'Top of the Lake'.

'Mr Stink' won Best Children's Programme. The one off BBC Christmas 2012 comedy drama starred Hugh Bonnerville and Sheridan Smith and was based on David Walliams' children's book.

Sound Recordist Alastair Widgery worked on the production.

Shortlisted in the Best Children's Programme category was 'Operations Ouch!', 'Room on the Broom', 'The Snowman and the Snowdog', 'Strange Hill High', and 'Wolfblood'(Calum Ross-Editor, John Scaife- 2nd AC).

Best Comedy Programme was awarded to the second series of 'A Touch of Cloth'. Our client Simon Rogers (Production Designer) worked on the 2 part comedy which was created by Charlie Brooker and Daniel Maier.

'A Touch of Cloth' won against 'Chickens' (John Rushton- Producer, Danny Bishop- Camera Operator, Clare Winkworth- Graphic Designer), 'Derek', 'Playhouse Presents-Psychobithces', 'Plebs' and 'Some Girls'.