School Oscars

7th April 1995 at 01:00
Honours were shared between the BBC and Channel 4 in the Royal Television Society's annual education awards, presented last night at BAFTA.

Channel 4's Sibling Rivalry, in the Off Limits series, won the secondary arts section; The Cave That Time Forgot, in the BBC's Seeing Through Science series, took the secondary science prize; Louis Braille, in the BBC's Watch series, won the pre-school and infants section, while Channel 4's Eureka: Discovering Japan Earthquakes and Volcanoes, won the junior category.

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