Andreu Buenafuente from Reus, awarded at the Ondas 2022
'El mundo en Rac1', hosted by the journalist Jordi Basté on the Rac1 network, won the Ondas award for best radio program this Wednesday. The awards have been made public this afternoon on Cadena Ser, organizer of the distinctions.
The journalist Carles Francino, with links to Altafulla, took the Ondas to the trajectory or best professional work, while the comedian from Reus, Andreu Buenafuente, was considered the best presenter.
The program 'Juego de Cartas', on TV3, has been the best program on non-national channels and the Porta Ferrada Festival has received a special mention from the jury in the field of national music awards. 'Know and Win', the contest hosted by Jordi Hurtado, has been considered the best entertainment program.
Within the field of television, the rest of the awards have been for '800 meters', the Netflix series that narrates the attacks of August 17, 2017 in Barcelona and Cambrils, as best documentary or documentary series; for RTVE's coverage of the war in Ukraine as the best current affairs program or special coverage; for 'La que se avecina', from Telecinco / Mediaset España as best comedy series; for 'Cardo', by Atresmedia, as best drama series; for Javier Cámara in 'Vota Juan', 'Vamos Juan' and 'Venga Juan', by HBO Max, as best male actor in fiction, and for Elena Rivera in 'Los heires de la Tierra' and 'Sequía' by RTVE as best female performer in fiction.
As for the national radio awards, apart from what the Basté program has won, Boulevard has also been awarded for the special 'Cárceles Vascas', by Radio Euskadi, as the best local radio program. 'La Desbandá', by Onda Color, has received a special mention.
The best special radio programming has been the coverage by Radio Nacional de España (RNE) of the war in Ukraine, embodied in the figure of the journalist and special envoy to Fran Sevilla; while the best radio idea went to 'El descampao amanece', 'Mirando al Espacio', by Sergio Mena, on La Ser.
Even in the field of radio, the best podcast or digital broadcast program has been for 'Misterio en la Moraleja. Who voted in Podemos?', from Spotify.
As for the national Ondas music awards, the career of Luz Casal has been distinguished; Dani Fernández as musical phenomenon of the year, and the closing concert of the La Cruz del Mapa tour. You have to live the moment of Manuel Carrasco, as the best show, tour or festival.
The rest of the awards went to 'Limbo', by Latino USA, Public Radio Exchange and Futuro Medio Grupo, from the United States, as an international radio award, and 'Crimas de guerre, avec las Investigadores en Ukraine', by RTS – Radio Television Suisse, from Switzerland, as an international television award.
Lastly, the national award for radio advertising highlighted 'Even more confusing times', from the David Madrid agency for Burger King, as the best radio campaign. The best radio agency has been Mono Madrid.