Radio station goes gold

STAFF at BBC Radio Suffolk have a new problem to contemplate today – where to display their latest award.The station scooped gold at this year's Sony Radio Academy Awards 2004 – the radio industry awards which recognise excellence in broadcasting.

STAFF at BBC Radio Suffolk have a new problem to contemplate today – where to display their latest award.

The station scooped gold at this year's Sony Radio Academy Awards 2004 – the radio industry awards which recognise excellence in broadcasting.

Station editor Gerald Main said: "I was chuffed to bits when we won News broadcaster of the Year last year, speechless when we were nominated for Station of the Year again this year and just over the moon that we got gold again this year. It's a tremendous achievement and something the whole team should be proud of.

"But the only reason we keep on winning awards like this is because of the support we get all the time from people across Suffolk."


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