We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2020 Charles Parker Prize.
The Gold Award, as announced on 3 April, goes to Alexandra Morgan. The other four prizewinners are Gabriel Green, Lewis Harrower, Charlotte Hurrell and Richard Queree. The five winning programmes have been commissioned by BBC Radio 4 for broadcast on the network this coming summer, as part of their New Storytellers strand.
We are hopeful that the programmes from the runners-up, Bruce Guthrie, Chantal Herbert and James Montague, will be broadcast on Radio 4 Extra as in previous years.
See below for the names, titles and colleges of all the nominees, and click here for full details and citations
|Alexandra Morgan||This Ain’t My Life
|Birmingham City University|
|Gabriel Green||Palores, the Bird of Cornwall||University of Westminster|
|Lewis Harrower||Living with Dementia||University of Sunderland|
|Charlotte Hurrell||Anything Goes in Holbeck||Birmingham City University|
|Richard Queree||Projectionists||Bournemouth University|
|Bruce Guthrie||The Map of Keynsham||University of the West of England|
|Chantal Herbert||Ode to Kara||University of Sunderland|
|James Montague||Autism and its Possibilities||University of Bedfordshire|