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Dionne Bromfieldl’s

Until you come back to me.


1.01 Billion average of weekly hours listened to radio!

48.2 million adults or 90% of adults (15yrs) UK population tuned in to radio stations each week in the fourth quarter of 2015. Up approx. 386k on the same quarter from last year.

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Best Music Feature/Special/Documentary

The legend that is Engelbert Humperdinck presents Sue with the award at the Sony Radio Academy Awards

Feeling Good - The Nina Simone Story

Simone (Lisa Simone Kelly) - Presenter
Sue Clark - Producer
Vicki Wickham - Executive Producer
Peregrine Andrews - Sound Designer

Yvonne Macken - Comms Producer
Dr Hannah Ferguson Adams - Contributor    Verta Mae Grosvenor - Contributor
Joyce Stroud - Contributor    Michael Alago - Contributor    Ron Delsner - Contributor
Paul Robinson - Contributor     Jason King - Contributor

Sue Clark Productions for BBC Radio 2

And the Winner is...

Feeling Good - The Nina Simone Story!

Sony Radio Academy Award

Sue Clark with Engelbert and Peregrine Andrews

Photo: David Fisher / Rex Features

What the Judges Said:

‘A compelling and beautifully

told story of one of music's most complex and original performers.’

Mark Thompson, BBC director general:

‘...congratulation on your win...a huge effort goes into producing a piece of this quality... I’m delighted it was recognised...’

Pete & Clive

BBC Radio 4


Pete Atkin & Clive James one of the most enduring songwriting partnerships in history?

The Sound of Motown - 50 years on



BBC Radio 2


Matt Lucas - Shakespeare/comedy/cross-dressing/puns/mistaken Identity and that’s only the start of it...

The Legendary Angela Lansbury

BBC Radio 2


A discussion with Emma Thompson - 70yrs worth of anecdotes from the golden era of Hollywood, right  up to present day in London’s West End

George Michael faced his own battle against pneumonia mid-way through the concert schedule and made a full recovery enabling him to complete the tour. This is the story of the tour which takes us behind the scenes as we hear from George and some of the people who work closely with him including his song-writing partner David Austin, photographer and film-maker Caroline True ... producer Phil Ramone ....  Plus we hear some of the exclusive recordings of George singing with an orchestra for the Symphonica tour. MORE...

‘Up Close with George Michael’

Vicki Wickham meets George for a cuppa and a chat...

photos courtesy of © Caroline True Photography

George Michael RIP


‘Up Close...’ will re-air on Thursday 29th December 2016 in tribute on George’s untimely death.

David Bowie


Exploring - ‘Life on Mars?’

BBC Radio 2 Monday 9 January 2017 Hear exclusive unreleased  music archive