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2011 winners

The full list of winners at the Mind Media Awards 2013


Tulisa: My Mum & Me (BBC 3)

Tulisa cares for her mum who has schizophrenia


Casualty (BBC 1)

Dr Ruth Winters is sectioned by her colleagues and comes to terms with bipolar disorder

New Media


A young woman’s blog on therapy, complex post traumatic stress disorder, major depression and social anxiety with psychotic and dissociative features. A courageous and very personal account that pulls no punches. Watch the video.

News and Current Affairs

BBC Radio 5 Live Victoria Derbyshire – Alcoholic GP

Victoria Derbyshire interviews a GP with an alcohol problem in this compelling and moving feature. She speaks frankly about her addiction on the day she's about to enter a rehabilitation centre.

Speech radio

BBC Radio 5 Live - Robert Enke: A life too short

Robert Enke, the footballer, whose suicide shocked the world of football.

Journalist of the year

Catherine Bennion-Pedley - Company magazine

Catherine has shown an enduring commitment to championing mental health issues in Company magazine. Her coverage on living with depression triggered a huge response from readers.

Student Journalist of the Year

Joshua Jackson - 'Suffering in silence', University of Lincoln

A moving and impactful film exploring a young man’s response to his depression and the experiences of those around him.

Speaking Out

Rebecca Brown

18 year old Rebecca'S online video diary on her mental health problems. Rebecca used her ‘Beckie0’ vlog on youtube to document her experiences of trichotillomania, a condition which causes her to pull out her own hair.

Making a Difference

BBC Radio 4: All in the Mind

Presented to All in the Mind for their innovative and sensitive work on mental health problems the genuine impact it this has made. The award is for those who set the agenda and initiate change.

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