Stuart's National Award

Stuart's National Award BBC Sound Editor Stuart Mackay is celebrating today, after winning a national accolade for skills which he first developed at Radio Clatterbridge. The 27-year old, who started his career in audio as part of the Mid-Morning Music team more than ten years ago, has won the Best Young Sound Editor in the 2004 Broadcast Young Talent Awards. Stuart was Assistant Sound Editor on the film Calendar Girls, and Sound Assistant on the Warner Brothers movie Chasing Liberty.

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