The work of cancer campaigners Dame Deborah James, Rachel Bland and Lauren Mahon has been honored at the UK Podcast Awards after their production – You, Me and the Big C – won the champion award. podcast enemy.
ame Deborah, Bland and Mahon started the podcast in 2018. The trio, all former or current cancer patients, candidly discussed life, treatment, and other related topics. cancer.
Bland died that September at the age of 40, two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer, while Dame Deborah died late last month after receiving hospice care for bowel cancer, leaving Mahon became the only living original host.
The impact of the honest and inspiring podcast, as well as the work of the presenters and the behind-the-scenes team, was recognized at the British Podcast Awards at Kennington Park, London on Saturday.
The ceremony was chaired by comedians Elis James and John Robins, with many notable names in the podcasting world, including Pandora Sykes, Jamie Laing & Sophie Haboo, Sabrina Elba and Jon Sopel, presenting the award. .
Also at the awards ceremony, Coiled – a podcast that explores Afro Black Hair – won the time of the year award, with host and producer Leanne Alie and assistant producer Sylvie Carlos accepting the award.
Decoding took home both the smartest podcast and the best entertainment podcast. The show delves into the world of UK rap, analyzing the lyrics, beats and social context of some of the most popular rap albums.
Dear Daughter has been awarded the best family podcast, as well as the prestigious podcast of the year award, having previously been awarded by Vent Documentaries in 2021, Brown Girls Do It in 2020, and George The Poet in 2019.
Jamie Morton and James Cooper, of the critically acclaimed My Dad Wrote A Porno podcast, presented the rising star award to Kirk Flash, whose comedy podcast This Is Gay studies the darker side of gay life. modernity.
The Spotlight Award, which recognizes a podcast that is widely accessible to the public and is presented by Dr. Television, Dr Xand van Tulleken, was presented to the British Scandal, in which hosts Alice Levine and Matt Forde tell stories of the cruel side of the British elite, from Phone Invasion to Profumo.
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James Acaster’s Perfect Sounds won the award for best arts and culture podcast, while best sex and relationship podcast was given to Assume Nothing: Rape Trial by previous winner Poppy Jay’s Poppy Jay. Brown Girls Do It Too.
Assume Nothing: Rape Trial is narrated by Irish-Canadian actress Amybeth McNulty – best known for her lead roles in Netflix’s long-running television series Anne with An E and Stranger Things – and explores a case that drives Northern Ireland at the forefront of radical reform in the way rape cases are handled.
The listener-voted award, the only one voted for by the public, went to RedHanded, a true-crime podcast hosted by Hannah Maguire and Suruthi Bala – which has won the award before.
Other winners include Stories of Our Times for best interview podcast, Money Talks for best business podcast, and Effin’ Hormones for best wellbeing podcast.
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