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Dispatches: Nigeria’s Hidden War has won the 2015 Broadcast Award for Best Current Affairs Programme

On 07, Feb 2015 | No Comments | In Nigeria | By Daniel Bogado

This is a documentary that I filmed for Evan Williams Productions and that was broadcast on Channel 4 and a recut version on PBS.

The awards are judged by a panel of expert media professionals. This is the full list of winners:

Best documentary series: Bedlam, The Garden Productions for Channel 4

Best multichannel programme: Uncle, Baby Cow Productions for BBC Three

International programme sales: The X Factor UK for FremantleMedia International

Best comedy programme: Harry and Paul’s Story of the Twos, Balloon Entertainment for BBC Two

Best children’s programme: Operation Ouch! Goes Back in Time, Maverick TV for CBBC

Best single drama: Common, LA Productions for BBC One

Best daytime programme: Couples Come Dine With Me, Shiver for Channel 4

Best entertainment programme: Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, ITV Studios and Mitre Television for ITV

Best sports programme: The Grand National 2014, IMG Productions for Channel 4

Special recognition award: Match of the Day, BBC Production for BBC One

Best pre-school programme: Lily’s Driftwood Bay, Sixteen South for Nick Junior

Best soap/continuing drama: EastEnders, BBC Drama Production London for BBC One

Best music programme: Coldplay: Ghost Stories, JA Digital for Sky Arts

Best documentary programme: Storyville: Pussy Riot – A Punk Prayer, Roast Beef TV for BBC Four

Best news & current affairs programme: Dispatches: Nigeria’s Hidden War, Evan Williams Productions for Channel 4

Best original programme: Glasgow Girls, Minnow Films for BBC Three

Best drama series or serial: Happy Valley, Red Production Company for BBC One

Best popular factual programme: The Great British Bake Off, Love Productions for BBC One

Timeline TV award: The Office, BBC Entertainment for BBC2

Best post-production house: ENVY Post Production

Best independent production company: Love Productions

Channel of the year: BBC One

Source:The Independent

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