Channel 4's Make Bradford British won the Rose d'Or for best reality and factual entertainment series.
Broadcast in 2012 by Channel 4, and produced by Love Productions, Make Bradford British was a major two-part series exploring what it means to be British. It brought together some of Bradford's residents - all British citizens, but from different races and backgrounds - to see if they could up with a common notion of the thread that binds them all together; what it means to be British. The series used the Government's Life in the UK Test as a prism to explore British-ness, overcoming stereotypes and preconceptions to uncover the shared values and common ground in what it means to be British.
Jay Hunt, Channel 4’s Chief Creative Officer said: “Make Bradford British was a brilliantly imaginative looking at multiculturalism today. It’s fantastic that its innovation has been recognised with the Rose D’Or.”
Watch Make Bradford British here: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/make-bradford-british/4od
ABOUT ROSE D'OR
The Rose d'Or is one of the world's most important international entertainment television festivals founded in 1961 in Montreux, Switzerland. Today television professionals, producers, managers of private and public television stations and production company heads from about 40 countries participate annually. Since its inception, the Rose d'Or has been an important networking platform and a marketplace for innovation and ideas. The highlight of the Rose d'Or is the glittering Awards Night, in which the Golden Roses for best television entertainment programmes and formats are presented. With these coveted awards, the Rose d'Or Festival recognises originality, quality and creativity; and sets the standard for entertainment television