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Pirate FM Nominated for Top Award
3:02pm 30th March 2012
Pirate FM has been nominated in radio's equivalent of the Oscars.
Our competition to send two children to Lapland to save Christmas has been given the nod at the Sony Radio Academy Awards.
It is after Santa's little helpers went on strike in a row about Elf and safety in the run up to Christmas. Children from across Cornwall suggested ideas to solve the industrial unrest, with the winning family having the opportunity to fly out and intervene in the dispute directly.
We will find out if Cornwall has beaten four other radio stations across the country in May.
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