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Monday, 28th April 2014Robert Farr, Adrian Bell, and Ian Wilkinson, with their colleague Lee Crichlow, were presented with the BAFTA Award for Television Craft - Sound Fiction 2014 for their work on Stephen Poliakoff's "Dancing On The Edge." The series follows a black jazz band becoming entangled in the aristocratic world of 1930s London as they seek fame and fortune. Other AMPS members nominated in the same category were Stuart Hilliker and Brian Milliken for "Peaky Blinders", Chris Ashworth and Stuart Hilliker for "The Escape Artist", and Howard Bargroff for "Luther". AMPS members nominated in the Television Sound Craft - Factual category were Paul Paragon for "Britten's Endgame", and Kate Hopkins for "Hebrides – Islands on the Edge" and "Africa (Kalahari)”. The AMPS Chairman, Peter Hodges, said "On behalf of the Council and members of AMPS I would like to congratulate Adrian, Lee, Robert and Ian on their BAFTA Television Craft Award for Sound on 'Dancing on the Edge'. We all know how important an excellent sound track is to any production and how much it adds to the audience enjoyment. I'm sure that all the nominations were of a very high standard and I would also like to congratulate all those who were nominated this year.” Photo credit: BAFTA/Richard Kendal
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