Ronnie Wood scoops double gold at radio awards
Fri, 06 Jul 2012 12:42p.m.
Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood's radio show has been honoured with two trophies at a top UK broadcasting awards ceremony.
The guitarist won the specialist programme of the year award for The Ronnie Wood Show at the 17th annual Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards in London on Wednesday.
Wood's weekly guest slot on his Absolute Radio show was named best feature at the ceremony, held by RadioCentre, the industry body for commercial radio.
RadioCentre's Chief Executive Officer Andrew Harrison says, "The standard of entries this year was particularly high, demonstrating once again that commercial radio remains in rude health."
Other big winners included singer Jessie J, who scooped the best breakthrough prize, and chart-topper Adele, who was crowned the most played artist on commercial radio, an honour won by pop group Take That for the previous four years.
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