Sony Radio Awards 2012 winners

Chris Evans at the Sony Radio Academy Awards Chris Evans won music radio personality of the year as well as hosting the ceremony

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The best of British radio broadcasting has been celebrated at the prestigious Sony Radio Academy Awards in London. The winners are:

Sony DAB rising star award - Luke Franks (Fun Kids)

Best breaking news coverage - PM (BBC Radio 4)

Best community programming - Face To Face (National Prison Radio)

Best news and current affairs programme - 5 live Drive (BBC Radio 5 live)

Best sports programme - Keys & Gray (talkSPORT)

Best music feature/special/documentary - Feeling Good - The Nina Simone Story Part 1 (BBC Radio 2)

Best news feature/special/documentary - Child of Ardoyne (BBC Radio 3)

Best feature/special/documentary - Walking With The Wounded (Smooth Radio)

Best comedy - Mark Steel's In Town (BBC Radio 4)

Best drama - On It (BBC Radio 4)

Best multiplatform/social media - Now Playing@6Music (BBC Radio 6 Music)

Best live event coverage - The Royal Wedding (BBC World Service)

Best single promo/commercial - Geoff Lloyd's Hometime Show - The Complaints (Absolute Radio)

Best specialist music programme - David Rodigan (BBC Radio 2)

Best station imaging - BBC Radio 1Xtra

Best competition - 2 Strangers And A Wedding (106 JACKfm Oxfordshire/Glide FM 107.9 Oxfordshire)

Best entertainment programme - Beryl and Betty (BBC Radio Humberside)

Best music programme - Fearne Cotton (BBC Radio 1)

The special award - Classic FM

Best internet programme - Science Weekly: Sounds of the Space Shuttle - An Acoustic Tribute (The Guardian)

Best speech programme - Stephen Nolan (BBC Radio 5 live)

Music radio personality of the year - Chris Evans (BBC Radio 2)

Best use of branded content - Danny Wallace's Naked Breakfast (Xfm)

Music broadcaster of the year - Jools Holland (BBC Radio 2)

Speech radio personality of the year - Danny Baker (BBC Radio 5 live)

Best promotional/advertising campaign - Wimbledon 2011 (BBC Radio 2, 5 live & Local Radio)

Speech broadcaster of the year - Victoria Derbyshire (BBC Radio 5 live)

Breakfast show of the year (under 10 million) - Real Radio Breakfast with Gary and Lisa (Real Radio North East)

Breakfast show of the year (10 million plus) - Kiss Breakfast with Rickie, Melvin and Charlie (Kiss)

News journalist of the year - Mike Thomson (BBC Radio 4)

Station programmer of the year - Andy Roberts (Kiss)

Best interview - Eddie Mair interviews Julie Nicholson (BBC Radio 4)

Station of the year (under 300,000 listeners) - KL.FM

Station of the year (300,000 - one million) - 107.6 Juice FM

Station of the year (one million plus) - Radio City 96.7

UK station of the year - BBC Radio 6 Music

Gold award - Nicholas Parsons

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