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“Gogglebox,” “Pointless” pick up Rose d’Or prizes

Channel 4's reality series Gogglebox (pictured) and BBC1 gameshow Pointless picked up top honors at the 53rd annual Rose d'Or Awards.
September 19, 2014

Channel 4′s reality series Gogglebox (pictured) and BBC1 gameshow Pointless picked up top honors at the 53rd annual Rose d’Or Awards.

Organized by Eurovision, the awards – which recognize “the best and most creative TV, online and radio formats worldwide” – were handed out on September 17 at a ceremony in Berlin.

Gogglebox picked up the award for best reality and factual entertainment, beating out Married at First Sight (Snowman Productions) and The Kamaras Love You (Eyeworks).

Meanwhile, topping the arts category was Peter & The Wolf/Pierre et le Loup (Camera Lucida Productions), which won over Inside the Mind of Leonardo (BSkyB) and Music, Maestro (RTP).

Finally, Pointless picked up the game show prize, besting contenders Extraordinary Masters (Brainpool TV GmbH) and The Common Denominator (Armoza Formats). 

 

 

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