Representatives from the History Project and BECTU welcome Kaleidoscope's recognition of the project's work. Celebrating the achievements of the History Project: l to r, Sue Malden, HP secretary, Chris Perry, Kaleidoscope, Martin Sheffield, HP committee (obscured), Roy Lockett, Roy Fowler and Martin Spence, assistant general secretary. Pic: Mark Shuttleworth.
BECTU's History Project was honoured with a Lifetime Contribution to Broadcasting award at a ceremony at BAFTA on 23 October.
The award, presented by industry organisation, Kaleidoscope, is designed to honour an individual, in any capacity e.g. writer, producer, artiste, administrator, or an organisation, operating in broadcasting for 20 years or more.