AWARDS: Another Win For Broadchurch

Broadchurch scooped another well-deserved prize yesterday when the Television and Radio Industries Club gave out their 2014 awards. 

The acclaimed eight part series, created by Chris Chibnall for Kudos TV, and starring David Tennant and Olivia Colman, won the award for Crime Programme of the Year Sponsored by AXA Assistance. Its competitors in the category were Luther and Silent Witness.

Doctor Who was a winner too, of HD Drama Programme of the Year Sponsored by SES, seeing off Call The Midwife and Downton Abbey.

The Television and Radio Industries Club was established in 1931, in the early days of broadcasting as the 'Radio Industries Club'. The founding aim was, "to promote mutual understanding and good will amongst those engaged in the audio, visual, communication and allied industries." and still today TRIC provides valuable networking opportunities for professionals in the broadcasting, communications and entertainment industries. The TRIC Awards are largely voted for by members of the industry. The 2014 ceremony took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel and was attended by celebrity guests including Susannah Reid, Tess Daly and the stars of Coronation Street.