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Sandford St. Martin Trust

The Sandford St. Martin Trust is a United Kingdom-based religious charity established in 1978 that promotes excellence in religious broadcasting.[1][2] Each year the Trust holds an awards ceremony for outstanding achievement in religious broadcasting.

Television Awards

2008

2007

  • Premier Award: Greater Love Hath No Man – BBC Religion and Ethics for BBC1
  • Runner-up: Art & SoulBBC Scotland and TV Factual Aberdeen for BBC2 Scotland
  • Merit Award: The Convent - BBC Religion and Ethics for BBC1
  • Merit Award: Every Parent’s Nightmare - BBC Religion and Ethics for BBC1

2006

  • Premier Award: 7/7: A Test of Faith - Granada Factual North for ITV1
  • Runner-up: Priest Idol - Diverse (Bristol) in association with Jerusalem Productions for Channel 4
  • Merit Award: Tsunami: Where Was God? - 3BM for Channel 4
  • Merit Award: The Monastery - Tiger Aspect in association with Jerusalem Productions for BBC2

2005

  • Premier Award: Victim 0001 - CTVC for ITV1
  • Runner-Up: Children of Abraham – 3BM Television for Channel 4
  • Merit Award: Karbala – City of Martyrs - ITN for Channel 4
  • Merit Award: Jointly awarded to Jesus Who? - BBC Religion and Ethics for BBC1 and The Battle for Britain’s Soul - BBC Religion and Ethics for BBC2

2004

Radio Awards

2007

2006

  • Premier Award: Cities Without Maps - BBC Religion and Ethics
  • Runner-Up: Reporting Religion - BBC World Service

2005

  • Premier Award: The Rainbow Through the Rain - Premier Christian Radio
  • Runner-Up: Singing from a New Hymn Sheet from the series Crossing Continents - BBC Radio 4

2004

References

External links

  • Official website of Sandford St. Martin Trust
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