Frank Gillard Awards

the 2006 Frank Gillard Awards ceremony, held this year in the heart of the beautiful Lake District.

The Frank Gillard Awards are named in honour of the late war correspondent and founder of BBC Local Radio.

The Awards are exclusively for BBC Local Radio in England.

Their purpose is to recognise excellence and spread awareness of good creative programming ideas.

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200601The Nags Head, Wollaston20070115 (BBC7)

the 2006 Frank Gillard Awards ceremony, held this year in the heart of the beautiful Lake District.

The Frank Gillard Awards are named in honour of the late war correspondent and founder of BBC Local Radio.

The Awards are exclusively for BBC Local Radio in England.

Their purpose is to recognise excellence and spread awareness of good creative programming ideas.No ordinary pub, The Nags Head, Northampton played host to U2, Rod Stewart and Free.

Winner of the bronze Frank Gillard Award.

200601The Nags Head, Wollaston20070115 (BBC7)

the 2006 Frank Gillard Awards ceremony, held this year in the heart of the beautiful Lake District.

The Frank Gillard Awards are named in honour of the late war correspondent and founder of BBC Local Radio.

The Awards are exclusively for BBC Local Radio in England.

Their purpose is to recognise excellence and spread awareness of good creative programming ideas.No ordinary pub, The Nags Head, Northampton played host to U2, Rod Stewart and Free.

Winner of the bronze Frank Gillard Award.

200602George20070116 (BBC7)

Writing has helped George Cowley deal with a life long battle with depression.

Silver winner of the Frank Gillard Awards 2006.

200602George20070116 (BBC7)

Writing has helped George Cowley deal with a life long battle with depression.

Silver winner of the Frank Gillard Awards 2006.

200603 LASTFinding Dad20070117 (BBC7)

A son travels from Canberra to Dorset in a 40 year search for his father.

Gold winner of the Frank Gillard Awards 2006.

200603 LASTFinding Dad20070117 (BBC7)

A son travels from Canberra to Dorset in a 40 year search for his father.

Gold winner of the Frank Gillard Awards 2006.