Nominees for the 2020 Charles Parker Prize announced

Owing to the current Covid-19 emergency, the full results of the Charles Parker Award 2020 cannot at this moment be published.  As last year, BBC Radio 4 will be broadcasting the five top submissions in their New Storytellers strand later in the year.  The selection of the programmes to be honoured in this way falls to Radio 4 and, understandably, has been slightly delayed, although we hope to be able to celebrate all five successful candidates very shortly.

However, the Charles Parker jury have selected our nominees and Gold Award Winner for 2020.  We are very happy, therefore, to announce today, on what would have been Charles Parker Day 2020, the seven shortlisted programmes and the overall winner of the Gold Award, Alexandra Morgan.  Click here for full details and citations

Gabriel Green Palores, the Bird of Cornwall University of Westminster
Bruce Guthrie The Map of Keynsham University of the West of England
Lewis Harrower Living with Dementia University of Sunderland
Chantal Herbert Ode to Kara University of Sunderland
Charlotte Hurrell Anything Goes in Holbeck Birmingham City University
James Montague Autism and its Possibilities University of Bedfordshire
Richard Queree Projectionists Bournemouth University
Alexandra Morgan This Ain’t My Life Birmingham City University

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