Broadcast Awards 2014, Shortlisted for Best Pre-School Programme for Magic Hands, series one.
RTS Award, Winner of Best Educational Programme Award for Breast Cancer: The Operation
Grierson Award, Shortlisted for Best Science Programme for The Neanderthal Code
Learning on Screen, Winner of the Broadcast Award for Body Hits
Hors Concours, Banff Television Festival for Body Hits: On The Lash
Hors Concours, Banff Television Festival for The Secret Life of Twins
Science et Image, Prix Sante for Superhuman: Self Repair
Learning on Screen / Wellcome Trust Award for Superhuman: Self Repair
International Wildlife Film Festival Award for QED: Betsy and the Bongo
BMA Film Competition Award for Horizon: The Gene Race
Shortlisted for Glaxo/ABSW Science Writers’ Award for Horizon: The Gene Race
The Y Touring Theatre Company’s Theatre of Debate film ‘DayGlo’, about the ethics of pharmacogenetics and genetic testing, won Engineering UK’s award for the Best STEM Event 2012.
As part of the National Science and Engineering Week, Judith presented the Cambridge Picture House showing of the film to an audience of fifty 13-year olds from local secondary schools, and chaired the associated debate with Prof. Martin Bobrow.
Judith also presented the Theatre of Debate’s 2011 production about the importance of brain research and the stigma of mental and neurological illness, ‘Mind The Gap‘, at Stratford East Picturehouse.