The Sony Radio Academy Awards took place last night. The big talking points? BBC Radio 4 took the prize for station of the year in its 40th anniversary and the beeb also found success with the voices of Dermot O’Leary (best music programme), Russell Brand (entertainment award), Jonathan Ross (music radio personality of the year) and Chris Moyles (breakfast show award).
It’d be fair to say the BBC dominated, as they do radio audience share, but perhaps of most interest to regular DrownedinSound readers will be the crowning of George Lamb as the ‘rising star’ of the British airwaves.
He won out in a category containing a disproportionate amount of rotten cargo, including Radio 1’s Kelly Osbourne and DJs from Kerrang Radio, Rock FM and Galaxy Manchester.
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