Vitamania's prestigious nominations

What a SMASH! Vitamania get nominated for three awards at the prestigious 2018 Jackson Hole Science Media Awards (Best Science Journalism, Best Writing and Best Science Ambassador).

Unfortunately Vitamania missed out, but to be a finalist is a testament to the level of scientific detailed poured into this documentary.

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Incase you missed it, you can still catch this fun and vital doco on Curiositystream.

Vitamania at Smash

'Uranium' takes home Eureka Award

 

Genepool's URANIUM - Twisting the Dragon's Tail took home the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science Eureka Prize for Science Journalism.

This continues the hot streak for this documentary series edited here at City Post by Wayne Hyett ASE and Alex Archer, having also been nominated for 2 AACTA awards including Best Direction in a Documentary and winning 3 ATOM awards for Best Factual Series, Best Documentary History and Best Documentary Science.

'Mrs Biggs' wins AACTA for Best Editing in TV

December Media’s and ITV Studios’ acclaimed mini series MRS BIGGS has won the Best Editing in Television Award at the 3rd inaugural AACTA Awards in Sydney this Tuesday. The mini series has been edited by Ben Lester (UK) and Mark Atkin (AUS). The latter received the prestigious award at the AACTA Awards Luncheon yesterday.

All winners and nominees are listed on the AACTA website.

Mrs Biggs is the true story of the woman behind Britain’s most famous villain, Great Train Robber Ronald Biggs. It is the inside story on one of the most infamous crimes of the twentieth century; but more than anything it is a sweeping love story told across three decades and from one side of the world to the other.