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Awards and Nominations

Awards and Nominations

2015 Sandford St Martin Awards Canterbury Cathedral: Episode 1 Not Set In Stone Television Award Nominee

2014 RTS Nomination Sacred Wonders of Britain Best Factual Series

2014 RTS Nomination From Page to Stage Best Educational Programme

2010  Sandford St Martin Awards 1984:A Sikh Story  Television Merit

2010 RTS Nomination How to Live a Simple Life Best Factual Series

2010 RTS Nomination Good Friday Best Craft in Post Production

2009 RTS Nomination Around the World in 80 Faiths Best Factual Series

2005 RTS Winner Scar Stories Best Religious Documentary

2001 RTS Winner To Hell and Back Best Religious Documentary

1998 Educational TV Association Editing Craft Award Winner

1997 Educational TV Association Editing Craft Award Winner

  • RTS Nominations

  • RTS Winner

  • Educational TV Association Winner

  • Sandford St Martin

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RTS Nomination

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RTS Winner

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Educational TV Association

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Sandford St Martin

RTS Nomination

The Royal Television Society (commonly known in the television industry as the RTS) is a British-based educational charity for the discussion, and analysis of television in all its forms, past, present and future. It is the oldest television society in the world. It currently has fourteen regional and national centres in the UK, as well as branches in the Republic of Ireland, Canada and the United States

The Sandford St Martin Trust

The Sandford St Martin Trust promotes thought-provoking, distinctive programming that engages with religion of all faiths, ethics or morality.