- Pictures courtesy of Yorkshire Productions
Fifty years of regional television broadcasting has been honoured at this year's Yorkshire Awards.
Calendar and BBC Look North were given a joint award to mark this year's anniversary of both programmes at the prestigious Yorkshire Awards ceremony in Leeds on Friday night.
Calendar presenter Christine Talbot accepted the award on behalf of our programme alongside Amy Garcia from Look North.
Leeds-born television playwright Kay Mellor was also given a special Lifetime Achievement Award.
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