Friday, 6 July 2012

Ronnie Wood Bags Two Awards at Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards

The Rolling Stones guitarist has repeated last year's success and bagged two awards for his radio show at the Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards.

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has repeated last year's success by winning two awards at the annual Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards, which debuted in 1985 and is organized by the industry body for commercial radio, RadioCentre.
The 65-year old guitarist, who is  a member of The Rolling Stones since 1975, received the specialist programme award along with the station of the year title in London for 'Absolute Radio show' and the best feature award for his weekly guest slot.

 While,the presenter of the year title was taken away by XFM's host Danny Wallace. Classic FM, the country's biggest national commercial station that is now in its 20th year, bagged the coveted Gold Award with judges praising its "creativity" and "innovation".
Global radio, the owner of Classic FM, bagged a number of prizes in advertising and sales categories even as it announced launching of two new channels that will go in air in September exclusively playing music videos.
Other prominent winners included LBC's Emma Barnett (newcomer of the year), and '21' hitmaker Adele, who won PPL (Phonographic Performance Limited ) award for most played UK artist, ending 'Take That' four year reign.  

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