Sony Awards 2011: Winners in full

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Here are the winners for this year's Sony Radio Academy Awards which were held in London on Monday 9 May.

Breakfast show of the year (10 million-plus listeners)

BBC Radio 5 live

Breakfast show of the year (under 10 million listeners)

Graham Mack Breakfast show (BBC Wiltshire)

Best music programme

Simon Mayo Drivetime (BBC Radio 2)

Best specialist music programme

Jazz on 3 (BBC Radio 3)

Best entertainment programme

The Frank Skinner Show (Absolute Radio)

Best speech programme

The Infinite Monkey Cage (BBC Radio 4)

Best sports programme

Fighting Talk (BBC 5 live)

Best news & current affairs programme

Victoria Derbyshire (BBC 5 live)

Best breaking news coverage

BBC 5 live Drive: Birth Of The Coalition

Best live event coverage

The Ryder Cup on BBC 5 live

Best community programming

Warning: May Contain Nuts (BBC Radio Berkshire)

Best internet programme

Answer Me This!

Music radio personality of the year

Ronnie Wood (Absolute Radio)

Music broadcaster of the year

Zane Lowe (BBC Radio 1)

Speech radio personality of the year

Danny Baker (BBC Radio 5 live)

Speech broadcaster of the year

Jeremy Vine (BBC Radio 2)

News journalist of the year

Matthew Price (BBC Radio 4)

Station programmer of the year

Moz Dee, TalkSport

Best station imaging

Kiss 100 - Kiss 100 & Pure Tonic Media for Kiss 100

Station of the year (up to 300,000 listeners)

Central FM (103.1 FM)

Station of the year (300,000 - 1 million listeners)

BBC Radio Derby

Station of the year (1 million-plus listeners)

105.4 Real Radio North West

Digital station of the year

Fun Kids

National UK station of the year

Talksport

Sony gold award

Jenni Murray

Special award

Annie Nightingale

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