A woman's personal account of her battle with dyslexia has won her a prestigious a national award organised in partnership with ITV.
25-year-old Maz Cope, from Frome, teamed up with ITV West Country to shine a light on the issue of adult dyslexia and how it can often go undiagnosed.
Her story, which involved a return trip to the University of Gloucestershire where her symptoms were first spotted, took runner-up prize in the Breaking into News Awards, run by the Media Trust and supported by ITV News and ITN.
Maz worked with our correspondence Richard Payne:
Judges told Maz they were impressed with the way she simply but powerfully explained the condition to a wider audience. Her report will be broadcast on ITV West Country soon.