I won the 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012 Christian Broadcasting Council Media Awards for best internet programme - Gold.  I also won Silver in 2011

Bloody Sunday

A series of interviews with those who were caught up in the Troubles in N Ireland in L'Derry, including personal accounts of Bloody Sunday.  It was the 40th anniversary of this event in January 2012.  These podcasts were Finalists in 2012 year's New York Radio Festival Awards.


Bishop Edward Daly - Richard Moore - Gerry O'hara - Anonymous - John Kelly - Verity Dixon - Peter McDonald - Kay Buddy - Jeanette Warke - Alastair Simpson - Kathleen Tracy

Thanks to CVTC for helping fund this project for their internet site "Fifth Column"


Gold - The Boxing Vicar

A three part series about Brian Branche, a vicar in London, who found his boxing expertise helped him in some very difficult situations! 

Judges comments: A joy to listen to this production. An outstanding programme with very good interview techniques and production values. Entertaining, short and sweet production.

Click on the links below to hear the shows:


GOLD:  Prisoner and Budgerigar Judges Comments:

"I loved the way this feature took someone who is usually gold & silver marginalised by society (a prison inmate), and humanised him by letting him speak for himself. Simple but effective, and very moving."

Silver: A Christmas Robin


"A pleasant, easy listen, with great use of sound effects and outdoor recording that made you feel as if you were out in a field bird-watching. The way in which it combined a natural history lesson with the Christmas message and spiritual reflection is also commendable. Nice music too."

Robins, Christmas and us. Gold award winner - CBC, New York Radio Festival Awards


Gold: Bereavement Podcast

"Excellent piece - personal, moving and useful to others. Very honest and compelling.  Fittingly simple, well written and nicely produced."

"Another good piece from the Clifton Diocese - presented and packaged well with good quality audio. Excellent wide range of interesting voices - lay people and clergy. Good to hear the Catholic Church challenged on something like the environment and for the criticism to be positively received."