Broadcast Journalism Training Council Student Journalism Awards 2014 Ceremony
See who won what at the Broadcast Journalism Training Council Student Journalism Awards 2014, held on 20 November 2014 at Birmingham City University.
Backed by all the UK’s leading broadcasters, the awards were hosted by Birmingham City University graduate and BBC Breakfast reporter Dominic Laurie and Neila Butt is Editor for BBC English Regions.
The winners were:
Best Radio News Item
Yasmine Dinana, “Cairo Protests Reach London”
Nikhita Meenakshi Chulani, “Anonymous Apps”
Best Radio News Feature
Rory Bowens, “Half Tyrone Away from Home”
Jodie Packwood, “Should the UK Ban Child Beauty Pageants”
Best TV Documentary
Isira Makuloluwe, “Shadow of the Bull”
Patrick Ward, “Rusting Assassins”
Best Radio Documentary
Pieter Droppert, “Living Well with Dementia. A Personal Journey”
Viv Jones, “Free the Hikers”
Best TV News Feature
Anna Farley, “Under the Knife to Save a Life: The Donation Debate”
Lantian Zhang, “The Life of a Female Boxer”
Hollie Borland, "Souviens-Toi: Remember"
Best TV News Item
Perese Haye, “Saviour Sibling”
Dominic Johnson, “Good Morning Rave”
Jade Pike "E-Cigarettes"
Website of the Year
Kate Drummond, “Eastleigh Interactive”
Students of Coventry University, "iCov"
Best TV Newsday
Priya Pankhania and the News@Leeds Team, “May 1st News Output”
Winchester Group 3, "WINOL 138"
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