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In a 30-year career, Stewart has won over 30 international television programming awards, including a BAFTA, Peabody, Grierson and four Royal Television Society awards.


Awards

Trans World Sport

World Boxing Council Awards 1987
Winner –  Media Award




Blood Sweat and Glory

The New York Festivals 1992
Winner – International Programming




The People’s Game 

Premio Paulo Valenti U.S.S.I. Festival Internazionale 1992 

Winner – Cinema Sportivo




Olympic Century 

Fundacio Barcelona Olympico 1992

Winner 

16th Rassegna di Palermo 1994

Winner 




Olympic Series

Fundacio Barcelona Olympico 1997

Winner 




Second World War in Colour

The Hugo Awards 2000
Winner – Golden Hugo (Educational Documentary)

Chicago International TV Competition 2000

Winner

The George Foster Peabody Awards 2000

Winner – Peabody Award

The Indie Awards 2000 

Winner – Educational Impact in the Primetime slot

RTS Educational TV Awards 2000 

Winner – Educational Impact in the Primetime slot

RTS Craft and Design Awards 2000

Winner – Picture Manipulation

Broadcast Production Awards 2000 

Winner – Most Popular Factual Programme or Series

The New York Festivals 2000
Winner – World Medal

Columbus International Film and Video Festival 2000
Winner – Bronze Plaque (Humanities: History)

Prix Europa Competition Berlin 2001
Finalist

Royal Television Society Programme Awards 1999

Nominated - Best Documentary Series


BAFTA Television Awards 1999

Nominated - Best Factual Series


BAFTA Craft Awards 1999

Nominated - Editing (Factual)

Yorkton Film Festival 2000
Nominated – Golden Sheaf Award (History)
Nominated – Golden Sheaf Award (Biography)

Banff World Media Festival 2000

Nominated – History Category
Nominated – Biography Category

Broadcast Production Awards 2000 

Nominated – Best Documentary Series category

Nominated – Best New Programme




Britain at War in Colour 

BAFTA 2001
Winner – Best Factual Series

The Grierson Trust Awards 2001
Winner – Best Historical Documentary

The Indie Awards 2001

Winner – Archive Material

Learning on Screen Awards 
2001

Winner – Broadcast Production




The Queen Mother Her Reign in Colour

The Indie Awards 2002

Winner – Archive Material




The British Empire in Colour

The Indie Awards 2003

Winner – Archive Material


Royal Television Society Craft & Design Awards 2003
Winner – Best Picture Enhancement
Winner – Best Original Title Music




Other Awards

Federation of Commercial Audio Visual Libraries (FOCAL) Awards

Winner – Archive Material (2001)
Winner – Archive Material (2004)
Winner
 – Archive Material (2005)






Festivals

The New York Festivals 
US International Film and Video Awards
International Sport Film Festival
The Barcelona Biennial Festival
The Turin Film Festival
The Palermo Festival
The Trento Film Festival
The Verona Film Festival


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