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The introduction of the new Content For Change category is perhaps the most compelling development at BAFTA’s Children’s Awards. An evolution of the previous Learning categories, the award recognises content that goes beyond entertainment to tackle issues with very real world consequences. Words by Toby Weidmann.
Mr Benn catapulted editor, director and producer Clive Juster into a lasting career in children’s media, first through the joint launch of independent production house King Rollo Films and then via intellectual property rights. At the Children’s Awards in 2018, Juster was the recipient of the Special Award, one of BAFTA’s highest honours. Words by Rich Matthews
It was an incredible night at London’s the Roundhouse on 25 November, with 80 nominations across 20 categories and a Special Award. Here, we pick out a few highlights from the Awards through 15 photos taken on the night.