The BBC emerged victorious at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ annual Childrens’ BAFTA Awards, held Sunday night. The British Broadcasting Company and its affiliates brought home seven awards, including top honors for drama, factual, international, pre-school live-action, schools drama and schools factual secondary programming.
In addition, Peter Tabern took the writing award for his work on Childsplay TV/CBBC1’s Stig of the Dump and Matt Baker was named Best Presenter for CBBC/CBBC1’s Blue Peter.
2002 Childrens’ BAFTA Award Winners:
The English Programme: Sir Gawain & The Green Knight
David Rane, Tim Fernée
Moving Still Productions in ass. with S4C/C4
Andrew Rowley, Paul Wroblewski, Tim O’Mara
CBBC Scotland/Wark Clements Production
David Staite, Nikki Parsons
Newsround Extra: Afghanistan
Ian Prince, Audrey Neil, Roy Milani
Darla K Anderson, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton, Daniel Gerson
Carl Goodman, Steve Woods, Elena Caton
Pepper’s Ghost Productions/CiTV
Matt Dearborn, Sean McNamara, David Brookwell
Brookwell McNamara Entertainment/CBBC1
Eddy & The Bear
Christopher O’Hare, Tony Collingwood
Collingwood O’Hare Enterrtainment/CiTV
PRE-SCHOOL LIVE ACTION
Anne Wood, Andrew Davenport, Paul Gawith
Matt Baker – Blue Peter
Sara Feilden, Rachel Tillotson, Roy Williams
SCHOOLS FACTUAL – PRIMARY
Geography Junction: Jamaica – The Coastal Environment
Mick Robertson, Emma Walsh
SCHOOLS FACTUAL – SECONDARY
History File: Britain 1906-1918 – A History In Photographs
Peter Tabern – Stig of the Dump
Peter Orton, founder of Hit Ent.
Ronald Smedley (Grange Hill 1985-89, Scene, Magic Grandad).
LEGO/BAFTA Kids’ Vote