British Academy Children's Awards in 2019 programme

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Welcome to the British Academy Children's Awards


very warm welcome to this year’s British Academy Children’s Awards, our annual celebration of excellence in children’s media. Congratulations to all those nominated this evening – your incredible work continues to inform, entertain and inspire. The myriad forms of children’s media influenced the design of our cover artwork this year, a kaleidoscopic representation of this evolving artform. This ever-changing landscape of shapes and images stimulates the imagination, just as the best children’s media does. As children’s entertainment continues to push the boundaries of film, games and television, so must BAFTA evolve. To that end, we have updated the Awards’ categories this year to best reflect the industry. Children’s media nurtures creativity, as well as highlights more serious social issues facing the young. Few people better represent both of these aspects than the recipient of our Special Award, Nikki Lilly. Despite extraordinary personal challenges, Nikki’s outstanding bravery, compassion and understanding serve as an example to both young and old alike. She is a shining example of how to use media to light the way for others and, as the youngest ever recipient of this award, she is a true trailblazer. This year’s ceremony is divided into three parts, each one hosted by well-known faces from children’s media. They will be highlighting the wealth of activities of BAFTA Kids, our year-round programme of learning events and initiatives. We’d like to offer our thanks to those of you who have generously given your time and support to help children and young people discover amazing new content, be inspired and maybe even follow a possible future career path. If you can assist us with this vital work in any way, please do get in touch. Have a wonderful evening. ¥


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Dame Pippa Harris DBE Chair of the Academy

Amanda Berry OBE Chief Executive of the Academy






Nikki Lilly In a time where social issues affecting future generations have dominated the news and the current zeitgeist, BAFTA’s Special Award recipient this year is prominent British vlogger, YouTuber and television presenter Nikki Lilly – the first time the award has been given to a teenager. Her pioneering work raising awareness about such issues as disability, cyber bullying, mental health and a lot more serves as an inspiration to children, young people and adults alike. words by rich matthews


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“It’s important to have my corner of the internet to say that it’s okay to not be okay sometimes.”

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ife isn’t always unicorns and rainbows. To get to the rainbow, you have to go through the rain.” Nikki Lilly has lived through enough challenges in her 15 years to say this with conviction, and yet, in a daily display of resilience, empathy and strength, she is out in the world sharing her feelings to hopefully help others. “I’m just doing all that I can to help people feel a little less alone,” she says. “There’s a lot of negative comparisons on social media, so it’s important to have my corner of the internet to say that it’s okay to not be okay sometimes.” Lilly was born with an arteriovenous malformation, a rare condition that causes her veins to expand and rupture, triggering severe nose bleeds, migraines and face swelling. She’s had 70 major operations since first showing symptoms at the age of six. At eight, she started uploading videos tackling such issues as disability, mental health, online safety and lifestyle activities. “I always want to be doing something,” she says. “A lot of people think I’m 100 per cent positive all of the time, but some days I do have to just stay in bed. But, when I can, I’ll turn to baking or makeup or singing to take my mind off the reality of having a chronic illness. It’s really important to strike a balance of not pushing yourself too hard, and, if you can, keep moving forward.” Active she most definitely is. In 2016, Lilly won CBBC’s Junior Bake Off and was presented with the Child of Courage award


at Pride of Britain. She’s been the subject of two BAFTA-nominated documentaries in the My Life series; ‘Born to Vlog’ went on to win an Emmy earlier this year, while ‘I Will Survive’ is nominated in the Factual category this evening. She has also fronted her own CBBC Show, Nikki Lilly Meets…, since 2018, in which she’s interviewed everyone from politicians Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn to sports stars Andy Murray and Raheem Sterling. With the aid of her parents, George and Tanya, she’s also found the time to help establish a charity to raise awareness and funds for vital research into her condition, The Butterfly AVM Charity. She embodies the media savvy and activism of her generation.

Opposite page: With England and Manchester City goal ace Raheem Sterling; Right: With presenter Lindsey Russell and BAFTA Young Presenter competition winner Gracie Gosling; Below: With presenter and activist Katie Piper

“If you put your mind to something, believe in yourself and are determined, then you can achieve anything.”

“I want to spread positive messages as widely as possible,” she says. “Although my generation spends a lot of time on social media, there’s much more to us than people think. We truly care about one another and about making the world a better place. I want to do more documentaries. Cyber bullying, social media versus reality and what that does to your mental health, body image and global warming… for younger people who these things will affect most.” And there is a consistent message running through her work: “There will always be someone smarter and prettier but know your worth. You’re unique. If you put your mind to something, believe in yourself and are determined, then you can achieve anything.” Through her BBC series, Lilly has been able to meet people who have inspired her, such as presenter Katie Piper, who paved the way for those who might otherwise feel they look different. About her meeting with Piper, Lilly says: “Both of our appearances changed and we had to come to terms with that. She said something to me that really stuck: ‘The more people see difference the less different it is and the more normal it will become.’” Her true inspiration, however, is much closer to home. “It sounds corny but my parents are my best friends,” she smiles. “They’ve just kept overcoming the obstacles, kept fighting and kept a hopeful mindset. They’re a big reason I am who I am today.” So, how does it feel to receive this BAFTA Special Award, surely one of life’s rainbows? “It’s absolutely insane,” she grins. “There are so many other amazing people out there that deserve it more. But I’m utterly, utterly grateful and I feel very lucky.” ¥



The Nominations

Animation / Channel


Comedy / Content for Change


Digital / Director


Drama / Entertainment


Factual / Factual Entertainment


Feature Film / Game


International – Animation / International – Live Action


Performer / Pre-school – Animation


Pre-school – Live Action / Presenter


Short Form / Teen


Writer / Young Performer





The Amazing World of Gumball Ben Bocquelet, Mic Graves, Sarah Fell Great Marlborough Productions/Cartoon Network

Danger Mouse

The Demon’s Head


Aidan McAteer, Tim Searle, Chapman Maddox Co-produced by BBC Children’s In-House Productions and Boat Rocker Media/CBBC

Production Team CTVC/TrueTube

Luke Pearson, Stephanie Simpson, Kurt Mueller Silvergate Media/Netflix









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4 O-Clock Club

Class Dismissed

Horrible Histories

So Awkward

Julia Kent, Tim Hopewell, Connal Orton BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Sid Cole, Chantal Delaney, Dermot Canterbury BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Production Team Lion Television/CBBC

Joanna Blake, Ian Curtis, Lucy Guy Channel X/CBBC

Content for Change

Apple Tree House

Hijab & Me

Leaving Care

Now I Can Breathe

Production Team Five Apples/CBeebies

Production Team CTVC/TrueTube

David Metcalf, Nav Raman, Ali Quirk Chatterbox/CBBC

Production Team CTVC/TrueTube


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Big Bang AR Production Team Nexus Studios & Google Arts & Culture & CERN

Moshi Twilight Sleep Stories Steve Cleverley, Ian Chambers, Sanj Sen Mind Candy

StorySign Production Team Aardman

Wonderscope’s ‘A Brief History of Amazing Stunts by Astounding People’ Production Team Preloaded/Within


Dirk Campbell

Steve Connelly

Mic Graves

The Worst Witch CBBC/Netflix

Horrible Histories CBBC

The Amazing World of Gumball Cartoon Network

Grant Orchard & Sander Jones Hey Duggee CBeebies


A Whale’s Tale

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The Athena

Creeped Out

The Dumping Ground

The Worst Witch

Production Team A Bryncoed Production/ Sky Kids

Robert Butler, Gareth Tunley, Rebecca Davies BBC Children’s In-House Productions and WildBrain/CBBC

Gert Thomas, Jeff Povey, Jamie Annett BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Kim Crowther, Dirk Campbell, Neil Jones BBC Children’s In-House Productions and ZDF Enterprises/CBBC/Netflix


Play Your Pets Right Production Team Lion Television/Sky Kids

Sam & Mark’s Big Friday Wind Up Steve Ryde, Frankie Wolfe, Dave Skinner BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Spy School

Top Class

Joe Shaw, Ben Spiteri, Steven Andrew Zodiak Kids/CiTV

Production Team ITV Studios/CBBC



Anne Frank: A Life in Hiding (Newsround Special)

Finding My Family: Holocaust (Newsround Special)

Production Team BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Production Team BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

My Life: Blood Sugar Brothers Production Team Nine Lives Media/CBBC

My Life: I Will Survive Sarah Murch, Launa Kennett, Denis McWilliams Blakeway North/CBBC

Factual Entertainment

Blue Peter

The Dengineers

Operation Ouch!

The Pets Factor

Production Team BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Charlotte Ingham, Jennifer Morrison, Annette Williams BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBBC

Production Team Maverick TV/CBBC

Production Team True North Productions/ CBBC


Feature Film

Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans Will Clarke, Caroline Norris, Dominic Brigstocke Altitude Film Entertainment, Citrus Films/Altitude Film Distribution

Mary Poppins Returns Rob Marshall, John DeLuca, Marc Platt Walt Disney Pictures/ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Phil Lord Sony Pictures Animation/ Sony Pictures Releasing UK

Toy Story 4 Josh Cooley, Jonas Rivera, Mark Nielsen Pixar Animation Studios/ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures


Astro Bot Rescue Mission Development Team SIE Japan Studio/Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe

Chimparty Development Team NapNok Games/ Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe

Lego DC Super-Villains Stephen Sharples, David Hoye, Matt Ellison TT Games/WB Games

Overcooked 2 Development Team Ghost Town Games/ Team17


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International – Animation

Apple & Onion

Doc McStuffins

George Gendi, Brent Tanner, Benton Connor Cartoon Network Studios/ Cartoon Network

Dan Nosella, Michael Stern, Chris Nee Brown Bag Films/ Disney Junior

SpongeBob SquarePants Stephen Hillenburg, Vincent Waller, Marc Ceccarelli Nickelodeon Animation Studio/Nicktoons

Teen Titans Go! Production Team Warner Bros/ Cartoon Network

International – Live Action

Andi Mack

Malibu Rescue

Odd Squad

Terri Minsky, Michelle Manning, Greg Hampson Disney Channels Worldwide/Disney Channel

Production Team Pacific Bay Entertainment and Entertainment Force/ Netflix

Scott Montgomery, Warren P Sonoda, Mark De Angelis Sinking Ship Entertainment, Fred Rogers Productions/ CBBC










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Emily Burnett

Raquel Cassidy

Andy Day

The Dumping Ground CBBC

The Worst Witch CBBC/Netflix

Andy’s Safari Adventures CBeebies

Elizabeth Waterworth-Santo Horrid Henry Netflix

Pre-school – Animation

Digby Dragon


Hey Duggee


Adam Shaw, Chris Drew, Jen Upton Blue Zoo Productions/ Channel 5

Production Team Nevision/Channel 5

Grant Orchard, Sander Jones, Janine Voong Studio AKA/CBeebies

Joe Elliot, Simon Taylor, Ben Lee-Delisle Blue Zoo for Alphablocks/ CBeebies


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Pre-school – Live Action

Apple Tree House Producton Team Five Apples/CBeebies

Ferne and Rory’s Vet Tales Production Team BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBeebies

Molly and Mack

Moon and Me

Dominic MacDonald, Ciaran Cruickshank, Adrian Mead BBC Children’s In-House Productions/CBeebies

Production Team Foundling Bird/CBeebies


Sam Nixon & Mark Rhodes Sam & Mark’s Big Friday Wind Up CBBC

Lindsey Russell Blue Peter CBBC

Dr Chris Van Tulleken & Dr Xand Van Tulleken

Owain Williams Stwnsh Sadwrn S4C

Dr Chris and Dr Xand Investigate: Alcohol BBC iPlayer


Short Form

CBeebies Bedtime Stories Production Team BBC Children’s/CBeebies

Labuntina Valentina Ventimiglia, Naomi Jones, Lorenzo Castellarin Labuntina/Sky Kids

Tee and Mo: Help Our Little World Dominic Minns, Nathaniel Cooper, Ellie Wyatt Plug-in Media/CBeebies

A Whale’s Tale Production Team Cartoon Network/ Blue Zoo/BBC Children’s/ Sky Kids


Leaving Care David Metcalf, Nav Raman, Ali Quirk Chatterbox/CBBC


Mimi on a Mission: Sex Ed Ida Ven Bruusgaard, Danni Davis, Tom Power Peggy Pictures/BBC iPlayer

One-To-One Production Team CTVC/TrueTube

This Is My Life: Boys to Men Production Team Big Deal Films/ BBC iPlayer


Mark Baker, Neville Astley, Phil Hall

Ciaran Murtagh, Andrew Barnett Jones

Peppa Pig Channel 5

Danger Mouse CBBC

Writing Team

Writing Team

The Amazing World of Gumball Cartoon Network

Horrible Histories CBBC

Young Performer

Sebastian Croft

Emilia Jones

Bella Ramsey

Jairaj Varsani

Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans Altitude Film Entertainment, Citrus Films

Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans Altitude Film Entertainment, Citrus Films

The Worst Witch CBBC/Netflix

Hetty Feather CBBC


A Year in BAFTA Kids BAFTA Kids is our year-round programme of events and initiatives for children and young people, allowing us to educate and enthuse the UK’s youth about children’s media. Here are some of the highlights from the past 12 months of our activities... SCHOOL’S OUT! For the third consecutive year, BAFTA Kids took over London’s Alexandra Palace for the Big Schools Day in June, inviting more than 800 children into the grand old building for a full day of themed activities. Hosts were presenters Arielle Free, Nigel Clarke and Katie Thistleton, with various special guests on hand to entertain and inform the young crowd on topics such as foley, sound and music, games creation, screen adaptations and more. Pictured are, from left to right, Thistleton, Hetty Feather’s choreographer Christina Andrea and lead actor Isabel Clifton. (Photo credit: Lloyd Winters © 2019)

A KIND OF MAGIC BAFTA workshop host Nigel Clarke was joined by guest speaker Mic Graves, series director of The Amazing World of Gumball, at the Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People, held in Belfast in October. The exciting world of animation and presenting was packed into the day, with a roster of fun activities highlighting the crossover skills of confidence, communication and resilience. (Credit: Cinemagic)

TAKING THE MIC Before the Children’s Awards, BAFTA Kids is working its magic behind the scenes with its Red Carpet Experience. In 2018, presenters Lauren Layfield and Ben Shires hosted a Presenting Masterclass with children from schools in Islington and Ealing, supported by Place2Be. The young guests were given the opportunity to interview Layfield and Shires, as well as special guests Katie Thistleton, song and dance troupe KIDZ BOP Kids and actor Dasharn Anderson (Hetty Feather). (Credit: BAFTA/ Thomas Alexander)

THE FUTURE OF GAMING Our ninth annual Young Games Designer (YGD) Awards were held in June, hosted by Aoife Wilson and Alysia Judge. They are pictured here with the winners, namely Jesse Waymont (Game Concept Award 10-14 years); Elizabeth Orji-Smith (Game Concept Award 15-18 years); Maximillian Robinson (Game Making Award 10-14 years); Adam Pace (Game Making Award 15-18 years); and Matthew Applegate, founder of the Creative Computing Club, who was awarded the YGD Mentor Award. The competition proved as popular as ever, with approximately 2,600 young people directly engaged by YGD. (Credit: BAFTA/ Gabi Torres)


REPRESENTING PRESENTING The Young Presenter competition has become a firm fixture on BAFTA Kids’ calendar these past four years. Finalists of the competition, Ellis, Gracie, Khalen, Malik, Maryam and Ruby were invited to a special Presenting Masterclass in October, hosted by Lindsey Russell and featuring a guest appearance from this year’s Special Award recipient, Nikki Lilly. You may have met this year’s winner, Gracie Gosling, on the red carpet, and she will also be presenting an award this evening. As part of the prize, they will also present a feature on the popular Sky News TV show, FYI. (Credit: BAFTA/Thomas Alexander)

IT’S IN THE GAME Past and present YGD winners and finalists were out in force at EGX this year, held at ExCel in October, where we showcased four of the winning games. Pictured are 2010 winner Dan Pearce with finalist Harry Petch, and Elizabeth Orij-Smith, winner of this year’s Game Concept (15-18 Years) award. (Credit: BAFTA/Melissa Phillips)

ON THE ROAD AGAIN The BAFTA Kids Roadshow was out and about throughout the year, visiting numerous schools across the UK supported by children’s charity Place2Be. Popular children’s presenters and special guests from the worlds of film, games and television were on hand to stimulate creativity, as well as promote mental health and emotional wellbeing. Here, Arielle Free and Ben Shires take a quick photo op time out from their visit to Edinburgh’s Forthview Primary School in September. (Credit: BAFTA/Lisa Prime)

LOOK ZOO’S TALKING Throughout the year, BAFTA Kids hosts several Previews of exciting new shows. Pictured here is the preview of Sky Kids’ The Night Zookeeper, with host Lindsey Russell, creators Joshua Davidson and Paul Hutson, head writer Dave Ingham, animation producer Gillian Iversen and voice talents Al, Kahmal, Peter and Twinkle. Other Previews in 2019 included Bryncoed Productions’ The Athena, Tiger Aspect’s Mr Bean: The Animated Series, Disney’s 101 Dalmatian Street, CiTV’s Robozuna, Nickelodeon’s Slimefest and Boomerang’s Scooby Doo and Guess Who?. (Credit: BAFTA/Lisa Prime)

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Animation Oli Hyatt (chair) Jamie Badminton Adam Bailey Charlotte Bavasso Seb Burnett Anna Hollinrake Vici King Roger McIntosh Simon Quinn Vicki Willden-Lebrecht Channel Faraz Osman (chair) Karoline Bauer Craig Hunter Derren Lawford Howard Litton Caroline Meaby Anna Rafferty Joe Talbot Ewan Vinnicombe Comedy Lucy Murphy (chair) Rhe-An Archibald Bennett Arron Mic Graves Lucy Lumsden Claire Nosworthy Dominic Parry Kay Stonham Nick Wood Imran Yusuf Content For Change Faraz Osman (chair) Floella Benjamin Scott Bryan Bruna Capozzoli Kevin Cecil Hattie Foster Eric Huang Naomi Wilkinson


Digital Sharna Jackson (chair) Darren Chouings Stephanie Gauld Laura Hamm Jess Hitchman Ranjani Natarajan Gregory Povey Leon Tyler

Director Alison Bakunowich (chair) Steven Andrew Amanda Duke Edward Foster Georgina Hurcombe James Lancett Hugh Lawton Darren Nartey Charly Valentine Drama Cecilia Persson (chair) Maddy Darrall Camilla Deakin Beth Gardiner Charlie Higson Grรกinne McNamara Karen Vermeulen Katharine Way Entertainment Orion Ross (chair) Vanessa Amberleigh Greg Barnett Abigail Dankwa Emily Hudd Michelle Jones Grant Orchard Lucy Pryke

Factual Foz Allan (chair) Steven Clarke Hazel Graham Bill Hobbins Estelle Lloyd Sue Nott Carolyn Payne Gillane Seaborne Helen Soden Factual Entertainment Joe Talbot (chair) Elaine Bancroft Shazia Begum Emily Blacksell Louise Bucknole Amy Buscombe Adam Collings Julian Kemp Matt Kilroy Victoria Moss Feature Film Alexandra Derbyshire (chair) Adjoa Andoh Lauren Child Nigel Clarke Ruth Fielding Martin Grund Claire Jennings Justin Johnson Sarah-Jane Wright Game Dave Ranyard (chair) James Allsopp Alejandro Arque Liam de Valmency Charu Desodt Nathalia Garcia Masami Kochi Elvira Lanzafame Alex Moyet Johnny Venables


International – Animation Helen Bullough (chair) Ros Attille Chris Banks Miles Bullough Andrew Burrell Phil Chalk Wag Marshall-Page Grainne McGuinness Sara Mullock Kath Shackleton Alison Stewart International – Live Action Helen Bullough (chair) Spencer Campbell Juliet Charlesworth Ian France Jess Fowle John Hancock Sue Needleman Claire Poyser Putul Verma Performer Anne Morrison (chair) Derek Barnes Jason Barnett Anne Brogan Stephanie Dawes Ruth Ducker Angela Grosvenor David Holt Philip Leach Pui Fan Lee Dolina Logan Danny Stack

E S Pre-school – Animation Phillippa Giles (chair) Tom Beattie Annika Bluhm Tim Clague Karen Davidsen Richard Dinnick Liz Keynes David Levine Dan Maddicott

Pre-school – Live Action Simon Spencer (chair) Laura Beaumont Tim Compton Lindsey Dillon-Massey Brian Herring Kyle Jenkins Jan Page Nigel Pickard Tom Poole Helen Sheppard Presenter Julian Scott (chair) Sam Homewood Rob Kelly Kelly-Anne Perera Ed Petrie Gail Renard Paul Smith Kathryn Wolfe Steve Wynne

Teen Helen Blakeman (chair) Pia Ashberry Kay Benbow Natasha Dack-Ojumu Jane Dauncey Arielle Free Alan Marke Paul McKenzie Jamila Metran Brandon Relph Writer Adam Tyler (chair) Melanie Da Silva Pinto Emily Harrison Luke Hyams Darren Jones Raifa Rafiq Jemmar Samuels Ashleigh Saunders Daniel Lawrence Taylor Young Performer Adam Tyler (chair) Bob Ayres Savannah Baker Isobelle Molloy Rhiannon Mosson Alizée Musson Aasiya Shah Jocelyn Stevenson Sita Thomas

Short Form Harvey Elliott (chair) Lisa Akhurst Andrew Brenner Paul Brunton Tony Collingwood Keith Hopwood Elliott Palmer Martin Pope Sam Talbot Annette Williams



BAFTA Kids Supporters

Academy Partners

Acknowledgements Hosts Arielle Free Sam Homewood Maddie Moate Nigel Clarke Lindsey Russell Ben Shires Script Rob Colley Editor Daniel Dalton Voiceover Dan Simpson Art Director Owen Gundry Video Graphics Design Johnny Luu Video Graphics Sound Design James Locke-Hart Video Graphics Music Dan Millidge

Floor Manager Greg Frost Technical Production Services Blitz Post-Production Partner The Farm Group Prompting Facilities Portaprompt Photographers Jonny Birch Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi Thomas Alexander Media Management WDW BAFTA Kids Red Carpet Experience Lisa Prime BAFTA Kids Red Carpet Experience Hosts Lauren Layfield Ed Petrie

Children's Awards and Events Committee Helen Blakeman (chair ), Adam Tyler, Alexandra Derbyshire*, Alexi Wheeler, Alison Bakunowich, Beryl Richards*, Cecilia Persson, Dave Ranyard*, Faraz Osman, Helen Bullough, Joe Talbot, Lucy Murphy, Orion Ross, Phil Chalk, Sharna Jackson *

Elected representatives

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With thanks to For BAFTA Director of Production Clare Brown Head of Production Cassandra Hybel Awards Event Producer Lucy Waller Assistant Awards Event Producer Ciara Teggart

Production & Event Team Kylie McCarroll, Georgina Cunningham, Olivia Comer, Jamie Rowland, Laura Rees Awards & Membership Team Deirdre Hopkins, Imogen Faris, Natalie Gurney, Timothy Hughes, Harriet Humphries, Ada Kotowska, Jessica Rogers

Director of Awards & Membership Emma Baehr Head of Awards Kelly Smith Games & Children’s Officer Sam D’Elia

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