Final shortlists for the British Press Awards

The terrible and tragic events of September 11 and the aftermath dominated entries for the British Press Awards 2002.
After two days of judging at the Press Association headquarters in London, 78 judges from the national press have chosen their winners.
Chairman Jonathan Grun, editor of PA, said: "The judges have particularly asked that we mention the incredibly high standard of entries this year that reflect the dedication and professionalism of our national newspaper journalists, subs and production staff.  Just looking at the entries spread across the table made us all very proud of our national press."
The winners will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony at London’s Hilton Hotel in Park Lane, hosted by John Bird and John Fortune of Channel 4’s Bremner, Bird and Fortune fame. For table bookings please contact Angie Reid on 020 8565 4392 or on email at angier@qpp.co.uk

The shortlists are:

Business Journalist of the Year:

Alex Brummer, The Daily Mail; David Teather/ Larry Elliott, The Guardian; Dominic Rushe, Sunday Times; Ian McConnell, The Herald; Julia Finch,The Guardian; Tim Burt, Financial Times

Financial Journalist of the Year

Caroline Darrel,Financial Times; David Smith, The Sunday Times; Gary Duncan, The Times; Jeremy Warner, The Independent; Jill Treanor, The Guardian; Neil Collins, The Daily Telegraph

Interviewer of the Year

Ginny Dougary, The Times; Jenny Johnston, The Mirror; Lesley White, The Sunday Times; Lynda Lee-Potter, The Daily Mail; Lynn Barber, The Observer; Nigel Farndale, The Sunday Telegraph

Feature Writer of the Year

Allison Pearson, The Daily Telegraph; David James Smith, The Sunday Times; David Jones, The Daily Mail; Emma Brockes, The Guardian; John Preston, The Sunday Telegraph; Tony Parsons, The Mirror

Reporter of the Year

Andrew Alderson, The Sunday Telegraph; Andy Lines, The Mirror; Fiona Barton, The Mail on Sunday; Juliette Jowit, Financial Times;  Mazher Mahmood, News of the World; Paul Henderson, The Mail on Sunday

Foreign Reporter of the Year

Anthony Loyd, The Times; Christina Lamb, The Sunday Telegraph; Marcus Warren, The Daily Telegraph; Richard Lloyd Parry, The Independent; Suzanne Goldenberg, The Guardian; Wayne Francis, The Mirror

Specialist Writer of the Year

Anthony Browne, The Observer; Richard Girling, The Sunday Times; Roger Highfield, The Telegraph; Simon Walters,  The Mail on Sunday; Tim Bullamore, The Times; Trevor Kavanagh, The Sun

Health Writer of the Year

Beezy Marsh, The Daily Mail; Christine Doyle, The Daily Telegraph; Lorraine Fraser, The Sunday Telegraph; Nick Timmins, Financial Times; Sarah Boseley, The Guardian; Sarah Kate Templeton; The Sunday Herald

Columnist of the Year

Anatole Kaletsky, The Times; John Humphrys, The Sunday Times; Lynda Lee Potter, The Daily Mail; Richard Littlejohn, The Sun; Robert Crampton,The Times; Zoe Heller, The Daily Telegraph

Critic of the Year

AA Gill, The Sunday Times; Craig Brown, The Mail on Sunday; Ian Hyland, The Sunday Mirror; Michael Kennedy, The Sunday Telegraph; Nigel Andrews, Financial Times; Rodney Milnes, The Times

Young Journalist of the Year

Claire Collins, The Sunday People; Faisal Islam, The Observer; Hugh Dougherty, Press Association; James Eastham, Sport First; Katie Nicholl, The Mail on Sunday; Sathnam Sanghera, Financial Times

Sports Writer of the Year

Brian Viner, The Independent; Graham Spiers, The Herald; Hugh McIlvanney, The Sunday Times; Patrick Collins, The Mail on Sunday; Paul Hayward, The Daily Telegraph; Paul McCarthy, The Sunday People

Sports Reporter of the Year

Charles Sale, The Daily Mail, Charlie Wyett, The Sun; Henry Winter, The Daily Telegraph; Jim Keat, News of the World; Mihir Bose, The Daily Telegraph; Paul Smith, The Sunday Mirror

Scoop of the Year

Antony Barnett, The Observer – Mandelson Helped Dome Backer’s Passport Bid; Briony Warden, The Sun – The Baby Traders;  Matthew Knowles, The Mail on Sunday – McLeish Scandal; Mazher Mahmood, News of the World – Sophie: The Tapes; Oonagh Blackman, The Mirror – Duncan Smith campaign aide is BNP activist;  Stephen Martin, The Sunday Mirror – £3m Lottery Losers

Team of the Year

The Independent on Sunday – America at War; The Sun –  Biggs on his way back; The Observer – Terror in America; The Mirror – War on the World; The Tines – When War came to America; The Sunday Herald – World on the Brink

Online Journalist of the Year

Charlotte Harding, Associated New Media; Dan Milmo, The Guardian; Matthew Tempest, The Guardian; Robert Cottrell, Financial Times; Ryan Dilley, BBC News Online; Tom Fordyce, BBC Sport Online

Sports Photographer of the Year

Andy Hooper, The Daily Mail; Dave Shodland, The Mail on Sunday; Ian Hodgson, Reuters News Picture Service; Mike King, The Sunday Telegraph; Richard Pelham, The Sun; Tom Jenkins, The Guardian

Photographer of the Year

Andrew Parsons, Press Association; Cavan Pawson, Evening Standard; John Giles, Press Association; Murdo MacLeod, The Guardian; Paul Faith, Press Association; Timothy Allen, The Independent

Cartoonist of the Year

Dave Gaskill, The Sun; Mac, The Daily Mail; Matt, The Daily Telegraph; Peter Brookes, The Times; Scarfe, The Sunday Times; Steven Camley, The Herald

Front Page of the Year

Metro; The Daily Mail; The Daily Telegraph; The Guardian; The Independent, The Sun

Supplement of the Year

Daily Telegraph Magazine, The Daily Telegraph; How To Spend It, Financial Times; The Editor, The Guardian; The Observer Food Monthly, The Observer; The Observer Sport Monthly, The Observer; Weekend, The Daily Mail

Web site of the Year

www.guardian.co.uk Guardian Unlimited;

www.bbc.co.uk/news, BBC News Online;

www.ft.com  Financial Times;

www.telegraph.co.uk Hollinger Telegraph New  Media;

www.ananova.com  Ananova;

www.femail.co.uk, Associated New Media

The Cudlipp Award

Daily Record, Name & Shame Campaign; Metro, Ecstasy – A Mother’s Grief; Sunday Mirror, Lottery Losers; Sunday People, Breast Cancer at 16; The Mirror, War On Terror; The Sun, Islam Is Not An Evil Religion

National Newspaper of the Year

The Daily Telegraph; The Mirror; The Observer; Financial Times; News of the World; The Guardian

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